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What "Not Trump" Republicans must embrace to win in November: Dr. Peter Morici argues that Republicans need to do several things on the policy front if they hope to beat Hillary Clinton in November

George Soros versus "The Ugly American": Whomever runs against the Democrat nominee in November won't simply be facing one opponent, writes Michael Moriarty, but a billionaire progressive as well

Cdn pol Theoretical rights, multiculturalism, and marginality -- the Polish-Canadian case (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the media and cultural environment

How strange can it get?: Dr. Robert Owens believes that its time for those who believe in what America used to be with its ethos of rugged individualism need to unite in order to fight the seemingly insurmountable tide of progressivism

Now humans are just along for the ride: A future of autonomous vehicles -- whether for personal transportation of hauling loads -- has Michael R. Shannon predicting a humourously dour future for humanity

Freedom from Religion Foundation: "I'm Secular and I Vote" campaign, Part 1 of 3: Debra Rae launches a new three-part series looking at the Freedom from Religion Foundation and its efforts to sway the coming presidential election

CIA chief more concerned with Obamaism than protecting Americans: Critics: If Americans wanted a politically correct CIA chief, writes Jim Kouri, they certainly have one in John Brennan

In the company of patriots: Last week Mark Alexander met with some other American patriots to observe the lessons of a major historical anniversary that passed without much notice

Tesla and other tech giants scramble for lithium as prices double: Forget oil, writes James Stafford, the new power that will dominate the future economy is lithium and everyone is scrambling to secure their supply

Rolling back the taxes on our constitutional money: Sales taxes on purchases of precious metals? Jp Cortez says there is a movement beginning to dump a tax on what is essentially an alternate currency

Trump incoherence spreads to pro–life supporters: A recent answer that Donald Trump gave on abortion made Michael R. Shannon shake his head and caused the pro-life community no end of self-inflicted wounds

Trump supporters have good reason to be mad: Dr. Peter Morici understands why those who support Donald Trump -- particularly men -- are so angry with everything today

RICO for government climate deniers?: Paul Driessen and Ron Arnold want to know how corrupt and fraudulent is the government "science" that denies natural climate change?

Fed should establish a schedule for raising interest rate: Dr. Peter Morici believes that Janet Yellen and the U.S. Federal Reserve need to be a bit more open about their plans for raising interest rates

Andrew Breitbart: Andrew Breitbart passed away four years ago but his fight and contributions to revealing the truth still continues to resonate with Michael Moriarty

Cdn pol Theoretical rights, multiculturalism, and marginality – the Polish-Canadian case (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at some of the political and cultural history of the community

If bakers can be forced to service faux weddings, so can churches: Anyone who argues that churches won't be compelled by government or court order to engage in ceremonies that they disagree with is living a fool's lie, writes Selwyn Duke

2016 — The math that matters most: Who wins individual primaries and polls is irrelevant, argues Mark Alexander. The only important thing is who wins this coming November -- and he's not very confident of GOP chances

Cdn pol No silver lining: The black cloud behind Justin Trudeau's "sunny ways": A lot of Canadians seem happy with the Liberal government of Justin Trudeau but Brad Salzberg wonders if they would remain so if they understand what his party's agenda will inevitably result in

How unsound money fuels unsound government spending: With money unmoored to any tangible asset, says Stefan Gleason, the U.S. government has done nothing but run up massive debt, explode entitlement spending and destroy its advantage in trade

$85 crude oil by Christmas – An interview with Mike Rothman: Where are oil prices headed? Nick Cunningham speaks with energy researcher Mike Rothman on where oil will be heading in the near term

Deep-sixing another useful climate myth: David R. Legates argues that the vaunted "97% consensus" on dangerous man-made global warming is just more malarkey

Methane mendacity – and madness: Radical green and government agitators are slamming methane in latest bid to terminate fossil fuel use, writes Paul Driessen

Republicans advocating mob censorship: Michael R. Shannon didn't take too kindly to Ted Cruz's recent attempt to blame Donald Trump for violence at the billionaire's campaign stops

In Wisconsin both Trump and GOP will lose: Dr. Peter Morici does not expect Donald Trump to win tomorrow evening in Wisconsin but the bigger loss is likely going to be to the Republican Party itself

President Don "Corleone" Trump: Republicans currently have two choices: a man who has some questionable policy views and a billionaire who acts more like a mobster than a politician, writes Michael Moriarty

Cdn pol Theoretical rights, multiculturalism, and marginality – the Polish-Canadian case (Part One): Mark Wegierski begins his look at an attenuated community

What's next? Voting absentee from prison?: Maryland Democrats are becoming increasingly desperate in their attempts to unseat popular Republican Governor Larry Hogan -- very desperate, says Michael R. Shannon

How Obama created Black Lives Matter: The Black Lives Matter movement may be a relatively recent phenomenon but Rachel Alexander argues that years of Barack Obama pronouncements and actions set the stage for its rise

Are America's best days ahead?: After eight years of Barack Obama and an uninspiring cast of characters seeking to replace him, it should be no surprise that many Americans are cynical about the direction of their nation. Mark Alexander believes all is not lost

Economy stuck in low gear fuels Sanders, Trump and Cruz: An American economy that continues to be moribund is one reason why candidates not favoured by the establishment continue to be players in the race for the presidency, writes Dr. Peter Morici

U.S. lifted the crude oil export ban, and exports went…down: If U.S. officials thought lifting the ban on American crude oil exports would help the glut of stored oil in the country they found out otherwise, reports Charles Kennedy

The Big Green job-killing machine: Ron Arnold says that environmentalists wield the powerful Endangered Species Act to kill jobs and impoverish families

Prosecuting climate chaos skeptics with RICO: Al Gore, a Torquemada Whitehouse and Democrat AGs are threatening to silence and bankrupt skeptics, says Paul Driessen

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