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Free and fair election: A history of voting irregularities in their states? A Democrat demand to allow voting by mail? Robert T. Smith says such a situation would certainly prove an old axiom by Joseph Stalin entirely correct

Which is more criminal? David Koresh or the Democrat Party?!: Part One: Like many people Michael Moriarty is watching the recently released to Netflix series Waco, the story of the Branch Davidians and the FBI attack on their compound, and he shares some initial thoughts

Seventy-five years since its end, World War II continues to shape the world: Mark Wegierski offers a précis of some of the ideological consequences of the war

Somebody has to say it: Dr. Robert Owens is amazed how quietly and quickly most Americans laid down when commanded to by their government. He hopes that when the time comes they answer with their voices...and votes

Should bailouts go to government contractors?: Plenty of businesses have received millions in bailout money due to COVID-19 but what should really rankle Americans, says Rachel Alexander, is that government contractors -- many of whom never stopped working -- are holding their hands out for some taxpayer dollars

Yelling “Virus!” in a crowded city: One of the few exceptions to our First Amendment rights: If there is one truth about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, argues Charlotte B. Cerminaro, it's that the public is not being given all of the information by the experts -- especially if it contradicts the commonly-held "wisdom"

WuFlu puts Jesus in intensive care: Michael R. Shannon marvels at the fact that Christians ostensibly honour a man who was nailed to a piece of wood to suffer for their sins but decline to attend church because the government told them not to

What 'hero' really means: It seems anyone working during the COVID-19 pandemic is being declared a hero these days and Mark Alexander has a real problem with that -- especially given how he calibrates the meaning of the word

Nasrallah: Iran is not pulling back from Syria: If anyone had any delusions about Iran pulling back from its adventures in Syria, writes Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Dr. Shimon Shapira, Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah recently dispelled them

Prioritizing climate over pandemics: Paul Driessen argues that Americans need a full accounting of what was spent preparing for the ‘climate crisis’ versus COVID

How fake news is manufactured: The sage involving General Michael Flynn and the recently dropped charges shows how the mainstream media essentially create a false narrative in their reporting, says Dr. Robert Owens

Obama’s fingerprints cover the coup crime scene: Mark Alexander has one question in regards to the ongoing Democrat campaign against the Trump administration: "What did [Obama] know and when did he know it?"

The Crown: Part Twelve: Time continues to move in the Netflix series The Crown, the streaming service's semi-fictional look at the English royal family, and Michael Moriarty says the year 1964 brings some very big changes for all

Seventy-five years since V-E Day in 1945 – a précis of the role of Poland and the Poles in World War II (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, and the aftermath of the war in Poland

It’s not a flaw, it’s a feature: A few weeks ago former US President Barack Obama told graduating students at Ohio State University that they should ignore warnings of government tyranny. Robert T. Smith argues that Obama's administration was ample proof why that's wrong

Ahmaud Arbery: Victim of a racist lynching or an unfortunate incident?: As usual with these types of horrible incidents, there is no middle ground in the debate over the killing of Ahmaud Arbery: It was either racist in nature or justifiable. Former prosecutor Rachel Alexander tries to take a nuanced look at the event

Don’t confuse US women’s soccer with the facts: The US women's soccer team were recently handed a defeat in court over their campaign to earn as much money as the men's team and its because they and their allies are ignoring uncomfortable truths, argues Michael R. Shannon

Is Iran seeking a historic compromise with the United States?: Iran recently signalled that it is open to a prisoner exchange with the United States but Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall says Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is caught between two competing pressures if he wishes a lessening of tensions with America

The real climate science deniers: Paul Driessen argues that man-made climate crisis promoters can be counted on to reject inconvenient evidence of natural climate change

Bubble-wrapped Americans: How the U.S. became obsessed with physical and emotional safety: Americans have become so obsessed with safety -- be it emotional or physical -- that many have abandoned all notions of individuality, self-reliance and toughness. Sam Jacobs wonders if the tide can be turned back and what will happen if it isn't

The Crown: Part Eleven: Michael Moriarty returns to his ongoing look at Netflix's chronicle of the English Royal Family in The Crown by examining an episode which managed to combine some of the ugliest and noblest sides of human behavior

Seventy-five years since V-E Day in 1945 – a précis of the role of Poland and the Poles in World War II (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at Poland under German and Soviet occupations

Sun Tzu - Wuhan Flu: With a world weakened economically and politically by the COVID-19 pandemic, China has already begun to flex its muscles in both spheres -- and Robert T. Smith says we can thank the Clinton administration for their power

Better a Covidiot than a Covid Nazi: Thomas M. Sipos argues that the hysteria over the COVID-19 pandemic has reached the point where those conforming to the narrative has become a Soup Nazi-esque bully...or worse

Are Democrats smarter than Republicans 2020?: Considering how often Republicans are played for fools by Democrats -- and themselves -- one would think that the progressive left is just smarter than the right. Dr. Robert Owens says the reason actually lies elsewhere

Behind the misleading statement that blue states subsidize red states: Democrats in blue states claim that they essentially subsidize red states because they pay higher taxes. Rachel Alexander argues the numbers show the story is a little more nuanced

A Wizard of Oz virus: The COVID-19 hoax: While he doesn't mean to imply that the COVID-19 pandemic itself is a hoax -- it obviously exists -- Selwyn Duke argues that the virus is being treated as both a health and political issue, unlike previous pandemics

Leftists pretending to be pro–life: Michael R. Shannon doesn't think much of leftists figuratively clutching their pearls at the news that some states have had enough of the shutdown and are either preparing or already re-opening some segments of their economies

Americans must understand the consequences of restoring our economy: Mark Alexander has a simple question that he will attempt to answer: What is it Republican governors should be making clear to their respective constituents — but haven't?

A miraculous turn of events: Michael Moore and Paul Driessen agree! Paul Driessen reports that the controversial documentarian believes that wind, solar and biofuel energy are devastating Planet Earth

How to rescue civil discourse on Israel: Any discussion about Israel, say Dan Diker and Amb. Alan Baker, should be predicated upon facts and the country being held to the same standards as other nation-states, not dehumanization and demonization

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