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California regulates Thanksgiving: The merciful hand of government never ceases its grasping nature, reports Michael R. Shannon. The state of California has issued its edict on Thanksgiving celebrations and its as tiresome as you would expect

Cdn pol Fading blues – the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Eleven): Mark Wegierski calls for a truly transformational politics

How to stay sane in a world gone mad: It would be fair to say that the past number of years -- arguably at least the last two decades -- have been trying ones. Dr. Robert Owens says that all is not lost and there is a way to stay calm amongst the madness

One hundred years of legislation, control and taxes: The Volstead Act, The Harrison Tax Act, and the politics surrounding chemical substances: The "war on drugs", which continues unabated even if you haven't heard any news about it lately, has done nothing except criminalise personal use chemical substances, stoke racism and promote government, argues Charlotte B. Cerminaro

Signs of the times: Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs. Greg Strange can't walk a foot in his neighbourhood without being confronted by well-meaning liberal households who have festooned their front yards with the latest trendy and progressive causes in the form of a sign

A rare instance where Republicans and Democrats can agree: Opposing the costly and wasteful F-35: The US military has hundreds of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters and apparently is buying even more. Rachel Alexander says a true bipartisan move would be to stop the spending on this weapons platform

Hunter Biden, You can come out now!: The media methodically buried every single scandal that emerged from Hunter Biden's laptop, writes Mark Alexander, and then had the gall to claim before and after the election that the allegations were probably the result of foreign disinformation

What is going to change in the Middle East under Biden?: Assuming Joseph Biden assumes the presidency in January, his administration promises a big shift in priorities and policies when it comes to the Middle East and Israel, says Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser

Media celebrates after Trump’s pro-gold Fed nominee gets blocked: It probably escaped the notice of most people but Donald Trump's nominee to the Federal Reserve Board was shut down last week and Stefan Gleason explains why it was a loss for sound money advocates

Preserving courtroom and verdict integrity: Paul Driessen argues that the American civil justice system is as much at risk as the integrity of ballots, elections and democracy

Government transparency should not be controversial: Shining light on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency actions should get 100% support, writes Duggan Flanakin, but that’s is opposed by the usual suspects

Twitter all in for Biden, suspends my account: Michael R. Shannon learned first hand last week what happens if you dare challenged the "settled" consensus that Joe Biden won earlier this month when his Twitter account was briefly suspended for the high crime of linking to an article

Preventing future forest infernos: Paul Driessen argues that Americans need to get past the climate scapegoat, and take steps that could actually make a difference in preventing the wildfires that have hit parts of the United States

National election fraud: Evidence of national chicanery during America’s 2020 presidential election: The battle over the results of the 2020 presidential election continues but Sam Jacobs argues it is pretty clear that massive voter fraud occurred

Cdn pol Fading blues – the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Ten): Mark Wegierski asks a big question – is there a future for conservatism in Canada – or elsewhere?

Standing on the edge of the abyss: America currently faces a choice but it's not the one that you probably think it is, though it is related to the presidential election. Dr. Robert Owens the choice is actually spiritual in nature

Lawyer indicted on multiple felonies? Don’t worry, if you’re connected on the left the state bar doesn’t care: Conservative lawyers know the truth: If they dare speak out, state bars will go after them with a vengeance. If you're a liberal lawyer accused of malfeasance? You'll probably be alright, says Rachel Alexander

Arab normalization and Palestinian radicalization: The tug of war over the Middle East peace process: The recent peace deals between Israel and several Arab nations -- and potentially more forthcoming -- shows a massive shift in priorities for the Middle East region, argue Dan Diker and Khaled Abu Toameh

If half the country thinks Biden won by felony fraud … it’s not over: Given the record of the "truthiness" of the media during the Donald Trump administration, argues Rachel Alexander, she doesn't put much stock in their declaration that Joe Biden has won the presidency

It’s all over now, baby blue: To say that Greg Strange was dismayed by the celebrations of Joe Biden's victory is understating the reality of it. He believes people were celebrating the rise of a new tyranny over their own lives

With locally-run elections, a handful of big Dem cities now can control entire US: Thanks to fraud and control of a few key cities, writes Selwyn Duke, the Democrats essentially have taken over the United States and can put whomever they want in the White House going forward

Cdn pol Fading blues – the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Nine): Mark Wegierski looks at some of the flaws of socialism as a critique of late modernity

Trump HR office discovers the concept of loyalty: Michael R. Shannon argues that the Trump White House was staffed with people who actively worked against it for four years and Michael R. Shannon knows who was to blame

A new world monetary order is coming: Stefan Gleason argues that central bankers have used the COVID-19 pandemic in order to grab new powers for themselves and the escape hatches for people are few

Here’s how and why Trump will take the Electoral College: Donald Trump is facing a steeper fight this year than he did in 2016, says Rachel Alexander, but she believes that the incumbent president can still pull off another victory

Election Day: Is the American experiment still viable?: On Tuesday, argues Greg Strange, Americans will find out whether the founding principles that their country was founded upon are actually still in play

Cultural superiority isn't racism: Why western values underpin the world’s best countries: Promoting and believing that Western culture is the best form isn't racist, argues Sam Jacobs, and the world agrees when it "moves with its feet" to the places where it exists

Cdn pol Fading blues -- the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Eight): Mark Wegierski looks at what a reflective conservatism and more thoughtful social democratic ideas may have in common

Israelis and Africans for Trump: Paul Driessen believes that US President Donald Trump’s policies have reshaped Middle East politics and have rejected eco-imperialism for Africa and USA

Senate Republicans and The Babylon Bee: Christian conservative satire site The Babylon Bee had its Facebook page demonetized last week after publishing a harmless post poking fun at Sen. Mazie Hirono and Senate Republicans just laid down in response, writes Michael R. Shannon

The Democrat Party of division and hate: The Democrats' primary political strategy has been, and remains, argues Mark Alexander, to foment division, creating fear, anger, and hate

The gaslight election: Scot Faulkner argues that the soon-to-be over election has been dominated by a fraudulent reality created by a Leftist media and academia echo chamber

Out of Africa, an entrepreneurial society emerges: Ivor Ichikowitz’s Africa Youth Survey underscores the continent’s innovation and ambition, reports Duggan Flanakin

The benefits of food aid: There are occasional -- and well-meaning -- arguments that providing food aid to stricken nations do more harm than good. Halle Hunt provides some counter-arguments

Will coddling China ever end?: Now US social media aid and profit from Chinese censorship skills, instead of challenging them, argues Duggan Flanakin

China sets its sights on global EV dominance: Whether or not you think the future is electric vehicles, it would appear that China is determined to be the biggest fish in that growing pond that is that industry, reports Tsvetana Paraskova

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