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Demos don't give a damn about immigrants, except...: Mark Alexander argues that President Joe Biden's "open border" invite has incentivized human traffickers who prey on migrants and their children

Cdn pol Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Five): Mark Wegierski examines Stephen Harper’s policies towards the regions, as well as the emerging new Western separatism

Actually, everything the Democrats do is racist: The political left is fond these days of describing anything their opponents do as "racist" in an attempt to shut them up but Rachel Alexander says that weapon is very easily turned against them if one were to be that sort of person

Rising debt means a weaker dollar: The coronavirus pandemic has merely accelerated what was already happening: America's debt continues to mount. Stefan Gleason argues that Americans are beginning to notice...and be worried

Iran marks national Nuclear Day, signaling defiance of the United States: This past weekend marked the annual Iranian celebration entitled National Day of Nuclear Technology, and not surprisingly it was basically a nose-thumbing exercise aimed squarely at the United States, reports Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall

India ignores media preaching on ‘net zero carbon’: Duggan Flanakin argues that first-world ‘experts’ have no business chiding nations, such as India, that prefer prosperity over poverty

Saving pollinators from an imaginary bee-pocalypse: Honeybees are doing OK, days Paul Driessen, despite varroa mites, the COVID-driven economy and other problems

American education: Child indoctrination, struggle sessions and debt slavery: If you've ever wondered why American political and social culture seems to have taken a hard left-wing swing in recent years, simply look at the education system and its supporting components, writes Sam Jacobs

Cdn pol Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at the long struggle of Western Canada for a serious voice in Ottawa

Resurrection Sunday: What is truth?: For most Christians the Easter weekend is the most sacred time of the calendar and Charlotte B. Cerminaro briefly discusses whether the events as described could have happened

Inflation pressures building: There has been much talk recently about a growing threat of inflation in the American economy -- no surprise given all that's been going on, argues Jp Cortez

Christian conservative GoFundMe alternative under attack: Christian fundraising web site GiveSendGo is under attack for allowing, among others, a Kyle Rittenhouse fundraiser, reports Rachel Alexander

Biden administration: Be careful on Iran deal: The Biden administration seems very eager to sign a deal with Iran but Slater Bakhtavar argues that the United States should be pursuing another strategy altogether

EPA’s totalitarian assault on America: Duggan Flanakin says the Environmental Protection Agency is using phony “transparency” and “dialogue” to target auto racing, then all fossil fuel use

The false claim that Israel is bound to lose either its Jewish or Democratic identities: Critics of Israel have argued for decades that the country will eventually become a majority Palestinian nation and it needs to change its policies now for lasting peace but Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser attempts to throw cold water on that argument

It takes big energy to back up little wind and solar: Depending on weather-dependent energy for jobs and living standards takes money, resources, argues David Wojick

ChiCom Joe and the China Virus: Mark Alexander says that China was the pandemic genesis, and he argues that three men led the way to its exodus

Cdn pol Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Three): Mark Wegierski examines the tensions between Ottawa and Western Canada, especially Alberta

The most insidious thing about socialism: Socialism is a philosophy with a multitude of sins, writes Dr. Robert Owens, but there is one thing over others that attacks what it means to be a human being

MSM ignores huge successful border effort against terrorism: America's borders are once again in the news but potentially a greater danger is the possibility that terrorists are using them to gain entry at will, something that's explored in America’s Covert Border War: The Untold Story of the Nation's Battle to Prevent Jihadist Infiltration, writes Rachel Alexander

Fed’s crypto plans may turn Bitcoin bulls into gold bugs: As Bitcoin continues to become a real thing with a market value of $1 trillion, central bankers are increasingly nervous about not being able to control it, reports Stefan Gleason

The Palestinian Authority’s financial support for terrorism circumvents U.S. and Israeli law: The Palestinian government has decided to pay grants to terrorists and their families, reports Yoni Ben Menachem, essentially incentivizing future terrorist attacks

We should learn what lessons from Fukushima?: It’s been just over a decade since the earthquake in Japan which caused the Fukushima disaster. What has the world learned? Lesson #1: People died from forced evacuations, not from radiation, writes Dr. Kelvin Kemm

Ethiopia’s dam over the Nile risks war with Egypt: Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah says that a massive Ethiopian dam near completion on the Nile River threatens to spark a conflict with Egypt, a country who's is hugely dependent on the river’s waters

For a new cultural criticism – thirty-five years since the Pet Shop Boys’ Please: Mark Wegierski offers a “retro review” of a classic 1986 recording

If math is white supremacy, civilization is finished: The Oregon Department of Education recently "suggested" that teachers take a course which essentially said that mathematics -- the universal language of everything -- was a white supremacist construct, reports Greg Strange

Patriotism is not some bad form of nationalism: The left has pulling another Humpty Dumpty and attempting to define what the word "patriotism" means -- and you know it won't be anything good -- Rachel Alexander says

The Great Reset versus the Great Reversal: Plenty of people in power are chomping at the bit to use the COVID-19 pandemic as a pretext to start making big cultural, political and economic changes to the world, says Dr. Robert Owens

Notes from the back row: Unexpected inspiration, an island in the stormy sea: Artists are usually the ones hardest on themselves when judging the quality of their performance but Charlotte B. Cerminaro learned recently sometimes why a performance is more important than the minor hiccups in it

Twitter suspends me for criticizing Cardi B: Selwyn Duke recently responded to singer Cardi B with a rather roasting tweet and not surprisingly Twitter decided that he should be suspended for it, he says

Was the shooting of Ashli Babbitt justifiable?: When the identity of a police officer in a high-profile case fits the Democrat agenda, they throw him under their bus, writes Mark Alexander

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