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Trump's challenge on trade: Dr. Peter Morici lays out what issues Donald Trump needs to address in order to be taken seriously on the subject

Crimes and misdemeanors: Woody Allen's classic 1989 comedy-drama Crimes and Misdemeanors serves to inform Michael Moriarty's meditation on happiness and its exact opposite

Looking back at a 1976 game about U.S. civil conflict – exploring social alternatives through eclectic media (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at Minuteman: The Second American Revolution

Rocket ride from the underground: The early days of any new alt-coin require passion and community involvement, writes Daniel M. Ryan, along with a few other things in order to simply stick around after the initial blush of excitement

Why does America have a written constitution?: It has become fashionable in recent decades to argue that America's constitution is a mutable document, a notion that Dr. Robert Owens strongly rejects

The curious case of vanishing Lady Liberty; only gold and silver remember her: If you remember "Liberty" being printed on American coins you're either old or a coin collector. Guy Christopher explores the slow disappearing act of the word on American coinage

International funding for salaries and benefits to terrorists: Where is at least some of the money coming from that is going to convicted terrorists? Amb. Alan Baker argues that at least some of it actually came from your pocket

Religious conscience in the scrap heap: Who pays the piper? Everyone: If you're a pharmacist who doesn't believe in dispensing certain drugs to religious beliefs you are out of luck in today's America, says Debra Rae

The left's war on cops: Barack Obama and his fellow travellers on the left have done nothing but attack police officers since he assumed office...and not much has changed since the murders of six Dallas police officers, writes Mark Alexander

Corrupt politicians and corrupted money go hand in hand: Clint Siegner believes that the state of America's money is a good barometer for the honesty of its politicians...which explains Hillary Clinton

Hillary: Too old, too naive, too evil? All of the above?: Some entertaining excuses have been formulated by Hillary Clinton's supporters to explain away her use of a private server to send and receive top secret emails, writes John W. Lillpop

When will Africa get healthy and prosperous?: Steven Lyazi asks when will Africa's leaders focus on vital issues affecting its people, instead of lining their pockets?

The Hillary treatment for climate fraudsters?: State Attorney General actions reveal double standard for scientists who promote alarmist climate claims, writes Paul Driessen

BBQ bushwa: When liberals drive other liberals more batty than they already are: A recent Los Angeles Times story about a BBQ become complicated due to competing dietary demands illustrates perfectly modern liberalism today, writes Selwyn Duke

Dallas and the Earth's First New World Order Black Muslim Dictator: Barack Hussein Obama: Under Barack Obama, charges Michael Moriarty, the United States has erupted in nothing but terrorism and racial warfare

Looking back at a 1976 game about U.S. civil conflict – exploring social alternatives through eclectic media (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at Minuteman: The Second American Revolution

Slick Hillie — The Slick Willie sequel: Once again a Clinton has escaped the jaws of justice, writes Mark Alexander, and the email scandal was simply the latest Houdini act for Hillary Clinton

Comey & FBI blink after email investigation: Michael R. Shannon writes that FBI Director James Comey's news conference concerning Hillary Clinton reminded him of a prisoner of war talking to the media

Nxt from underground: Alt-currency Nxt, which has seen some troubles since its launch a few years ago, reminds Daniel M. Ryan of a mining companies that discover a deposit but have failed to excite investors since

How state bars are taking down conservative attorneys: State bars across America are taking aim at conservatives and Rachel Alexander takes a look at what may be one of the worst in the country

Bad government policies block good jobs: Dr. Peter Morici argues that there are few good jobs to be had in today's America and government policies are largely to blame

Greenspan, gold, and the banality of evil: Alan Greenspan long ago sold out to achieve power but lately the former disciple of Ayn Rand has sounded like the economist he was back in the 1960s, says Stefan Gleason

Fuel me or fool me: Paul Driessen states that America has centuries of fossil fuels available for use, but hydrocarbon deniers want to strangle our future

Morgan Stanley warns that rising rig count could undo the rally: Rising oil prices have prompted some producers to launch new drilling rigs but Irina Slav believes that could eventually just depress the rally

Donald Trump vs. Woodrow Wilson?: Norwegian pundit J.K. Baltzersen hardly believes that Donald Trump is the ideal candidate to represent the right but he argues that the maverick has already had a positive influence on American politics

The Devil's favorite poet of destruction: Barack Hussein Obama: U.S. President Barack Obama is one heck of a writer of destruction, argues Michael Moriarty, but the ending of America's story has yet to be written

Looking back at a 1976 game about U.S. civil conflict – exploring social alternatives through eclectic media (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at Minuteman: The Second American Revolution

The back alley becomes Main Street: Dr. Robert Owens doesn't think much of a recent court decision which ruled that Texas abortion clinics shouldn't have to follow minimum health standards that other health agencies are required to

Experience keeps a dear school…: Trust is one of the key ingredients in cryptocurrency and Daniel M. Ryan reports on the efforts of one attorney to try and introduce a little more of that currency into the game

Clinton, Trump, and your money: Comparing the economic plans 2016 presidential candidates: Dale Schlundt compares the competing economic plans of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and what they likely mean for you and the American economy as a whole

Help, my child has cancer. Call a lobbyist!: Across America, writes Rachel Alexander, lobbyists, liberals and lawyers are deciding on child custody and parenting issues and the public and parents be damned

Orlando and the imaginary wave of Islamophobia: Newspapers across America are reporting increased anti-Muslim behavior but Michael R. Shannon takes issue with the reporting and whether Islamophobia is really an issue

The Declaration of Dependence: Mark Alexander discusses a popular new play on Broadway and a U.S. president that seems intent on turning the United States into a nation of dependence

Potash price surge could lead to higher food costs for billions: James Stafford believes that potash prices are likely to rise in the mid-term which means higher food prices but also an investment opportunity

Brexit for America: Paul Driessen asks if Americans should give Washington still more power over our lives – or "Take back control" 

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