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Is Trump the First "European-conservative" American presidential candidate?: Selwyn Duke posits that Donald Trump has more similarity with European conservatives than he does with any traditional American definition of conservatism

Trump's got it right on trade: Donald Trump has been attacked for his economic prescriptions for the United States but Dr. Peter Morici believes the maverick businessman is pushing for the right actions

The Thousand Year Peace: Chapter Fourteen: The New World Order House of Cards: Part Two: Michael Moriarty concludes his mini-series about a post-Barack Obama America and what his plans could be

Questions of ethnic identity persistence in mass-media dominated North America (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the Polish presence in U.S. and Canadian pop-culture

Who voted for that?: America has changed radically over the past few decades and Dr. Robert Owens wants to know who actually voted for all of the changes that we've seen since the 1960s

Man's ego and Michael Bloomberg: The media was filled with reports last week that Michael Bloomberg was pondering a run at the presidency and Selwyn Duke has his thoughts on the matter

Steve Forbes speaks out on the presidential race, Fed recklessness, and gold: Mike Gleason speaks with former presidential candidate and businessman Steve Forbes about the current crop of presidential wannabe's, the U.S. Fed and the return of the gold standard

The first civil right: Barack Obama has made it clear he intends to go to war against the Second Amendment rights of Americans during his final year in office and Mark Alexander writes that Americans need to answer back

What if illegals were deported?: In a bit of satire (or is it?) John W. Lillpop imagines what would happen if deportations of illegal immigrants began in earnest

Trumping hydrocarbon fuels and consumers: Paul Driessen argues that too many presidential candidates -- including the so-called mavericks -- court corporate cash by promoting ethanol

60 reasons why oil investors should hang on: If you've been invested in oil you probably have had a bad year and nothing suggests that it's going to improve any time soon. Dan Doyle has a number of reasons why you should stick it out

The Iranian penetration of Iraqi Kurdistan: The Kurds are one of the West's staunchest allies in the Middle East but Lazar Berman says Iranian overtures to the proud people may be changing that

Questions of ethnic identity persistence in mass-media dominated North America (Part One): Mark Wegierski begins a cultural analysis

The Thousand Year Peace: Chapter Thirteen: The New World Order House of Cards: Part One: Michael Moriarty turns the focus of his pen towards the radical sympathies he argues Barack Obama and Justin Trudeau share

Why do they lie to us over and over?: The Progressive Establishment continues to tell the same lies repeatedly and Dr. Robert Owens enumerates and answers some of them

Trump, Cruz and New York values: Sen. Ted Cruz's recent shot at Donald Trump over having "New York values" has prompted Selwyn Duke to ruminate about generalizations and profiling

Trump's 'New York values': Mark Alexander has one simple message for the millions of Americans who support Donald Trump's candidacy for the GOP nomination

China's market chaos: Obama should lift page from trump to avert crisis: China's steadily worsening economic woes coupled with an unvalued yuan are causing major issues for the United States...but they can be addressed, writes Dr. Peter Morici

Hillary's new "inevitability": Hillary Clinton is considered by many to be the next American president in waiting but John W. Lillpop says indictments are more likely

Hillary will not be indicted: The Obama administration is covering for their own and that means Hillary Clinton will never see the inside of a courtroom, responds John Bender

Hillary Clinton's email fiasco worse than originally suspected: Jim Kouri reports that the scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton's unsecured emails continues and is part of a long pattern of sketchy behavior of the Clinton family

Will oil prices rebound in 2016? Interview with Carl Larry: Where will oil prices go in 2016? These days that's a hard question to answer but Nick Cunningham interviews oil industry expert Carl Larry in an attempt to make an informed prediction

Central planners freaking out about discussion of gold's role: The mere mention in some recent Republican debates of returning to the gold standard has caused a tizzy with the usual suspects and Clint Siegner takes the arguments of one opponent of the idea

Are there double standards in Israel's application of the rule of law in the territories?: U.S. Amb. Dan Shapiro accused Israel of using a double standard application of law -- one for Israelis, the other for Palestinians -- to which Amb. Alan Baker agrees...and explains why

Base policies on reality, not deceit: Paul Driessen says that Dr. Bob Carter understood that climate frequently changes, and we must prepare to adapt 

Explaining the Islamic State phenomenon: Dr. Jacques Neriah explores the factors that led to the Islamic State in Iraq and Sham to becoming the largest and most capable terrorist group in the world

Life under an iron fist: Paul Driessen charges that federal government overseers are threatening property and livelihoods of hardworking Westerners

The Thousand Year Peace: Chapter Twelve: New World Order Narcissism: Film classic Gone with the Wind and its chief character Scarlett O'Hara reminds Michael Moriarty much of the self-imposed slow suicide America is undergoing

Cdn pol In search of a voice for the Polish-Canadian community: Mark Wegierski describes an attenuated fragment-culture

Happy days are here again again: You didn't hear the news? America's leaders say the country is back and all is well again! Dr. Robert Owens can't help but cheer!

Republican hopefuls clearing a path for Clinton: Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton must be privately thanking the field of Republican candidates for making her job of capturing the White House so much easier, writes Dr. Peter Morici

America's unsent distress signal: Charlotte B. Cerminaro wonders if America isn't like a famous empire of old that doesn't know it's doomed and merely waiting for the signal to learn its fate

War between Saudi Arabia and Iran could send oil prices to $250: If the lukewarm war between Saudi Arabia and Iran goes hot, says James Stafford, expect an immediate and massive hike in oil prices

Google designs the self–absorbed car for the self–absorbed man: Plenty of people are looking forward to the day of self-driving cars but Michael R. Shannon isn't and thinks they're more of a commentary on the world today

A path to making gold and silver the currency of the 21st Century: The digital economy might seem to be contra to a hard metals backed currency but Stefan Gleason believes that the two combined could present a challenge to fiat currencies

Rather than close Gitmo, Mr. President, send El Chapo there!: Barack Obama has a Gitmo problem and Mexico has an El Chapo issue -- John W. Lillpop says never have two issues dove-tailed each other more

A celebrity has her say: Internationally famed gorilla Koko recently had a message for humanity, writes Greg Strange, one that betrayed a striking knowledge of climate change issues

Obama's State of Delusion: There are few people happier that Barack Obama recently delivered his final State of the Union address...particularly since he doesn't have to analyze them any longer

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