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Obama declares an amnesty war: Barack Obama has no right or legal authority to declare a general amnesty for illegal immigrants and yet that appears to be what he will do, writes Alan Caruba

Michael Lear: Chapter Nineteen: The Diaghilev of Politically Correct Terrorism: Barack Hussein Obama: Michael Moriarty declares that Barack Obama is leaving the United States undefended against enemies both internal and external

Conflicts of notions of freedom, order, and security in a globalized world (Part Four): Mark Wegierski lays out two alternatives for the West – either return to tradition, or dissolve into the global culture

The Republican landslide in secondary offices: Plenty of ink has been spilled hailing Republican victories in the Senate and House but Bruce Walker says the GOP also made some key inroads in other important offices

Enough is too much already!: Dr. Robert Owens wants Republicans in the Senate and the House to exercise their power and begin fighting back against the Obama agenda

2014 Election: Blacks, Hispanics, young and women still reliably liberal: Did Republican gains in the Senate and House come thanks to changes in voting patterns? Selwyn Duke shows us that not much has changed when it comes to who votes for which party

Capital city: Whether you love or hate New York, writes Steve Martinovich, Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America is an engrossing story of one moment in the city's long life

Obama continues to sell out American workers for political gain: Barack Obama appears to be more concerned about illegal immigrants than in helping Americans find good jobs -- as evidenced by his continued fight against Keystone, argues Dr. Peter Morici

Being anti-energy is being anti-humanity: They may deny it but Alan Caruba says that the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has conclusively proven that it is anti-human in its recent report

Reviving a Social Security solution: Savannah Rigby examines an idea put forward by economist Edward Prescott as an alternative to the U.S. Social Security system

The "status quo" on the Temple Mount: You haven't heard much in the media but Nadav Shragai reports that some recent changes on the Temple Mount have prompted more violence between Israelis and Arabs

The IMF and its Ukraine shock therapy: Earlier this year the Ukraine received billions in aid from the IMF in order to stabilize its economy. Calvin Price believes that history shows the "shock therapy" approach doesn't work

Dementia or dishonesty, Pelosi is unfit for office: Frank Salvato argues that Nancy Pelosi's statements about Jonathan Gruber prove she shouldn't be in office

IEA says oil supplies may not keep up with demand: Enjoying that cheaper gasoline lately? Nick Cunningham believes that there is the possibility that over the long term that won't last -- and indeed prices could go much higher

Welcome to EbolaCare — but the website is down: Why hasn't the Obama administration taken a more proactive approach to preventing the potential spread of Ebola in the U.S.? Selwyn Duke thinks Obama just might not care

EPA's next regulatory tsunami: Paul Driessen says the EPA is responsible for trillions of dollars in ozone compliance and economic stagnation costs, and for fabricated benefits

Obama's obsession with Iran: Alan Caruba responds to the news that Barack Obama has apparently been conducting a pen pal relationship with Iran's Supreme Leader -- a man who has sworn to destroy the United States

Conflicts of notions of freedom, order, and security in a globalized world (Part Three): Mark Wegierski philosophically asks if – after "9/11" – our own situation has become similar to that of Israel

Michael Lear: Part Eighteen: Aaron Swartz, Final Chapter: Michael Moriarty wraps up his eulogy to the late internet activist Aaron Swartz by exploring how his life and death fits into the wider world

Obama's revenge: The Republicans may have enjoyed victory last Tuesday but Alan Caruba says that Barack Obama isn't going to give up the fight anytime soon

A GOP Senate is not enough: Six tough challenges facing America: The GOP may have taken the Senate but Dr. Peter Morici argues that they -- and the United States -- face some serious challenges moving forward

A referendum on Obama ... and Republican leadership: Mark Alexander argues that last week's Republican Senate victory was more a loss by Barack Obama than it was a victory by the GOP leadership

Showdown: 5,500 Washington state gun owners intend to engage in civil disobedience over I-594: I-594 may have passed in Washington state last week but Rachel Alexander reports that gun owners aren't giving up the fight just yet

Gerald H. Priest: His life and crime against a 'company of fools': - A Rock Fell on the Moon: Dad and the Great Yukon Silver Ore Heist tells the story of one man's modern era silver heist in the wilds of the Yukon and Jane Gaffin enjoyed every word of it

Venezuela's volatile economy: The unlamented Hugo Chavez may be dead and gone but Venezuela's economy still remains a socialist mess. Alexander Whatley offers some solutions for the troubled nation

How Iran views the fall of Sana'a, Yemen: "The Fourth Arab Capital in Our Hands": Although the world's attention is focused on ISIS' rampage through Syria and Iraq, Michael Segall reports that Iran is quietly building their own empire

Jobs, prosperity and security via oil exports: Paul Driessen argues that ending the antiquated ban on oil exports will also spur US production and keep oil prices low

Electing a GOP Senate won't fix what's broke: Elect who you like, argues Dr. Peter Morici, but he believes that if the Republicans control the Senate not much will change in America

Thoughts on the coming election: Progressives have run circles around those who love liberty in recent decades but Dr. Robert Owens urges you to remain active and vote for candidates who share your values

Another 'Time for Choosing': Americans go to the polls this week but Mark Alexander believes that they have received no grand message of change from the Republicans

Michael Lear: Part Seventeen: Aaron Swartz, Chapter Two: Michael Moriarty continues his tribute to the late Aaron Swartz, programmer and hacker who managed to get under the skin of the Obama administration and paid the price

Conflicts of notions of freedom, order, and security in a globalized world (Part Two): Mark Wegierski asks the question, what is this freedom we're fighting for?

The lies phony climate experts tell: Alan Caruba warns you to maintain a healthy level of skepticism when listening to the so-called experts on the matter of climate change

Cdn pol Canada under siege – "Deconstructing" the roots of evil: The recent terrorist attack in Ottawa prompted Murray Soupcoff to think about the nature of evil in our modern world and its practitioners

Dear President Obama, it's flu season: Flu season is coming -- which is ordinarily bad enough -- but Robert T. Smith says with the ongoing concerns over Ebola make this a dicey winter season

Benjamin Netanyahu: The Hank Greenberg of world leaders: News broke last week that anonymous officials in the White House didn't think much of Benjamin Netanyahu. Harold Witkov says the story reminded him of another famous Jew that received little respect

Feminists jealous of catcalls: Rachel Alexander reacts to a video posted online last week in which men made flirty remarks to a woman -- and she doesn't mind if you tell her she looks good

The lightening-fast reflexes of the Obama regime: The Obama administration's decision to raise the threat level at federal buildings after attacks in Canada have Frank Salvato shaking his head

The end of an era: Is the US petrodollar under threat?: The U.S. has long enjoyed the privilege of oil being priced in its currency but that may be coming to an end, says Andrew Topf

Reducing gas prices through American drilling: Want to reduce gas prices -- even more than the current temporary decline? Hunter Hines believes one of the best ways to do it is to start ramping up drilling in the United States

The UK, Swedish and Irish parliamentary recognition of Palestine – legally, historically and politically questionable: Alan Baker argues that recent recognition of Palestine as a state by the parliaments of three nations aren't based in any sort of reality

FDA horror stories: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration continues to dither on approving drugs that would save the lives of thousands of Americans, reports Richard E. Ralston

RI flooding not WV's fault: Tom Harris & Bob Carter argue that the Whitehouse is misguided on sea level rise: seacoasts won't be flooded due to coal burning

The Obama war on pipelines: Paul Driessen accuses the Obama administration of expediting wind and solar – but blocking coal, oil, gas, pipelines, jobs and economic recovery

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