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The left has us walking on eggshells: Political correctness used to spur debates, writes Rachel Alexander. These days its purely used as a weapon against conservatives to punish them personally and professionally

Anthony Bourdain #8: During the run of his show Anthony Bourdain visited the theocratic regime in Iran to learn about the food and culture and Michael Moriarty has some thoughts on that episode

Space exploration, technology, and the possible futures of humanity (Part Three): Mark Wegierski asks whether technological advance will be likely to continue if Western civilization collapses

History from the front lines: Henry Kissinger, loved and loathed in equal measure, finally sits down to provide an oral history of the Nixon years in Winston Lord's Kissinger on Kissinger: Reflections on Diplomacy, Grand Strategy, and Leadership and Steve Martinovich is mostly satisfied

Tyranny of the left — The so-called "Equality Act": This Orwellian legislation dictates that American individual and corporate views must comport with those of the Left, under penalty of law, argues Mark Alexander

The times they are a changing: The young people that Dr. Robert Owens is teaching today have quite literally never known anything except the siren call of socialism -- and that's scary, he says

Anthony Bourdain #7: Michael Moriarty continues his look at the late chef and world traveller Anthony Bourdain with an episode that saw him visit the eastern African nation of Tanzania

Space exploration, technology, and the possible futures of humanity (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at issues of language and religion in the future

Big Tech trying to have it both ways as platform and publisher: Tech giants like Facebook and Twitter have seemingly mastered the game of pretending they aren't responsible for the content on their services while also purging content they don't like, writes Rachel Alexander

Joe Biden and the collective constituencies strategy: It’s a combination of fielding a lot of candidates, raising a lot of money, and folding each candidate's constituents into an amalgam of general-election voters, says Mark Alexander

Big Oil goes Big Green: David Wojick says oil companies are giving billions to climate alarmists, but hardly a dime to climate realists

Mueller is done, but the Democrats' MAGA obstruction continues: Democrats have spent the last two years using their "Russia collusion" subterfuge to undermine real progress for all Americans — and will spend the next two years doing the same thing, writes Mark Alexander

Anthony Bourdain #6: Michael Moriarty explores an episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown which saw the chef and travel writer visit China and crash a wedding while there

Space exploration, technology, and the possible futures of humanity (Part One): In honor of the Moon landing 50th anniversary, Mark Wegierski tries to predict the future of humanity in space in a 5-part series

The ambassador comes to call: A visit once from an African ambassador at his home reminds Dr. Robert Owens of the importance of being an emissary of a higher order

What we believe: The mystery of faith, the church, and its ancient roots: Americans by in large, if polls are to be believed, consider themselves Christians who believe in the God of The Bible. Charlotte B. Cerminaro explores some questions related to those beliefs

Explosion of antisemitism on the left: The left is essentially a collection of special interest groups. What happens when a decision has to be made as to which group takes precedence in their demands? Rachel Alexander says Jews are finding that out the hard way these days

Can Saudi Arabia still sway the oil market?: For decades Saudi Arabia has essentially been able to move the oil markets with its decisions. Tsvetana Paraskova wonders if that is still the case

Galileo and the Medicis brought revolution and truth: Dr. Jeffrey Foss writes that those who cherish freedom must recognize the work of today’s solar science revolutionaries

Fake climate science and scientists: Paul Driessen argues that climate alarmists game the system to enrich and empower themselves, and hurt everyone else

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