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HBO’s falsified Chernobyl “documentary”: Dr. Kelvin Kemm says imagine HBO doing a similar profit-making film about the tragic Chilean rugby team from Uruguayan Air Force flight 571

Nothing to write about?!: Michael Moriarty actually has a lot of things to write about, so many so that the other things he would normally be writing about are actually nothing worth writing about

Fifteen years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated at Czestochowa, Poland (Part Two): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, fifteen years ago

Broken English: The lonely despair of a liberated woman: When it came out in 2007 many likely thought that Broken English was a romantic comedy but Thomas M. Sipos says the movie is a bleak portrayal of a woman who can't find love in her 30s

Here’s why Democrats want illegal immigrants counted in the 2020 census: It's pretty unsurprising why Democrats essentially want illegal immigrants counted in the next census, writes Rachel Alexander, it will improve their future election chances

Food expiration dates are a conspiracy: Michael R. Shannon doesn't place too much stock in the expiration dates you find on food or the government role in ensuring that they're there

A Declaration of Mineral Independence against eco tyranny: It’s an essential first step in making the USA less dangerously dependent on foreign minerals, argue Paul Driessen & Ann Bridges

Educating kids to debate alarming climate claims: Paul Driessen says there is an important new effort -- the Climate Change Debate Education project -- that provides videos and short non-technical issue briefs for students

The Second Amendment v NRA fratricidal fire: The internal war between NRA head Wayne LaPierre and seemingly everyone else has to come to an end soon, says Mark Alexander

Cdn pol In search of Canadian identity: Mark Wegierski notes the problematic nature of current-day Canadian identity

The denture adventure: The Painful Price of Vanity: Michael Moriarty has reached that age and point in his life where dentures have become a necessity and he's learned a few lessons within days of obtaining them

Give peace a chance: Whether or not US President Donald Trump is really looking for war against Iran, argues Dr. Robert Owens, he must resist the urge and demands to invade the Persian nation

Fifteen years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated at Czestochowa, Poland (Part One): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, fifteen years ago

Reflections on tradition, history and culture, no textbook needed: Charlotte B. Cerminaro believes that the culture and tradition of the western world are on their last legs and no signs of recovery are in sight

Kamala Harris is not African American and her ancestors owned slaves: Democrats are as happy as clams that Kamala Harris is in the race for the Democrat nomination but Rachel Alexander says her main strength -- her race -- doesn't actually exist

Dead end at Bernie’s: Sanders will never be president: Bernie Sanders is popular amongst Democratic crowds and the socialist left but he will never serve as America's president, argues Selwyn Duke

"A monkey throwing darts" is better than the Fed: An interview with Steve Forbes: Mike Gleason talks with Steve Forbes and discusses gold, inflation, and central bankers

The oil crisis Saudi Arabia can't solve: Saudi Arabia's Aramco recently announced that oil will continue to reach world markets regardless of Middle East issues but Cyril Widdershoven isn't so sure that will actually happen in case of war

How fault lines in the PA and the Arab world affect Jerusalem: The issue of Jerusalem isn't just an Israeli-Palestinian question, writes Pinhas Inbari, it's one that also draws in the other major powers in the region

George Soros continues to collect district attorneys: Thanks to some heavy funding from George Soros, reports Michael R. Shannon, two Democrats will be running for District Attorney gigs who aren't interested in "quality of life" crimes

For bee alarmists, Groundhog Day comes in June: Paul Driessen asks a question: Will activists finally admit their sins and break out of their pesticide-blaming time loop?

Hey, “trans” men in women’s sports: Good luck, fellas’ — go for the gold!: If men and women truly are physically equal, says Selwyn Duke, then he doesn't feel too sorry for women being dominated in sports by "trans" athletes

When leftist worlds collide: Leonardo DiCaprio thought he was doing good when he narrated a new climate change hysteria documentary called Ice on Fire. That was, until Greg Strange reports, he was called a white supremacist for his efforts

Fukuyama, thirty years after -- some still unanswered philosophical questions (Part Two): Mark Wegierski argues that the serious critique of modernity is absent from historian Francis Fukuyama’s thesis

Newworldordergate 2: Given the number of enemies that US President Donald Trump has within the Republican Party it's not surprising that he hasn't shaken that particular tree very much. Michael Moriarty says that has to change

Does any of this make any sense?: Living in today's world it's not surprising that people are increasingly asking the question that titles Dr. Robert Owens' essay. He argues that there is an answer

Observations from an indignant millennial: Perspective has been offered from a bold young woman who has departed the lockstep leftist orthodoxy of her peers, says Mark Alexander

A Red Team review of climate crisis assertions: Paul Driessen says that Gavin Schmidt’s spat with Steve Koonin underscores why we need to debate climate change

The Palestinian refusal to attend the Bahrain economic workshop is irresponsible and self-defeating: An economic conference designed to assist the Palestinians in developing their economic potential is being boycotted by...the Palestinians. Amb. Alan Baker is not surprisingly unimpressed

Support pouring in for imprisoned former Rep. Steve Stockman: Rachel Alexander reports that jailed former congressman Steve Stockman is receiving support for his continued battle to be released from prison

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