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Why the Islamic State is in retreat: A confluence of factors, writes Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, has meant that the early gains of ISIS have been at least partly reversed...but that the battle is far from over

America's First President Sukarno: Barack Obama has been favourably compared, by the media and his allies at least, to many people during his time in office but Michael Moriarty believes he reminds him of one person in particular

Images of elves -- examining the extent of the Tolkienian transformation, and subsequent 'postmodern' visions (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the unusual elves of Terry Pratchett's Discworld

Hard charge and hard truths: Last week Daniel M. Ryan looked at cryptocurrency pre-sales and how messy they could get. This week he looks at one alt-currency that made waves earlier this year and some of wrinkles that were involved

Avast there's an iceberg ahead!: The greatest threat that the United States may be facing isn't Islamic terrorism, a resurgent Russian bear or the transgender washroom issue, but the issue of debt, says Dr. Robert Owens

Winners and losers: Although the media and the left love to portray the Republican Party as a monolithic conservative political party, Sam Wells believes that it's more of a fractured collection of competing interests

Billionaire investors back a gold price rally in 2016: James Stafford believes, despite a price correction in the commodity earlier this year, that the smart money is going into gold this year thanks to an overvalued U.S. dollar

My big fat Greek real estate buying spree: Russian investors flock to Greek fire sale: Investing in Greece, particularly buying real estate, is something that only the very brave or the very foolhardy would do but Russians are apparently doing just that, reports D. Sidney Potter

Honoring Second Lieutenants — A travelogue: Last week Mark Alexander went to see his son graduate from the Air Force Academy, a ceremony that also included U.S. President Barack Obama

Can (should) America trust Hillary Clinton with nuclear codes, other sensitive state secrets?: Given Hillary Clinton's past blithe disregard for security involving sensitive information, John W. Lillpop wonders if Americans should be trust Hillary Clinton with even more top secret information

More job-killing rules from EPA: Paul Driessen argues that the social cost of methane regulations will further constrain energy production, for no benefit 

Why the Islamic State is in retreat: A confluence of factors, writes Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, has meant that the early gains of ISIS have been at least partly reversed...but that the battle is far from over

America's First President Sukarno: Barack Obama has been favourably compared, by the media and his allies at least, to many people during his time in office but Michael Moriarty believes he reminds him of one person in particular

Images of elves -- examining the extent of the Tolkienian transformation, and subsequent 'postmodern' visions (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the unusual elves of Terry Pratchett's Discworld

Hard charge and hard truths: Last week Daniel M. Ryan looked at cryptocurrency pre-sales and how messy they could get. This week he looks at one alt-currency that made waves earlier this year and some of wrinkles that were involved

Avast there's an iceberg ahead!: The greatest threat that the United States may be facing isn't Islamic terrorism, a resurgent Russian bear or the transgender washroom issue, but the issue of debt, says Dr. Robert Owens

Winners and losers: Although the media and the left love to portray the Republican Party as a monolithic conservative political party, Sam Wells believes that it's more of a fractured collection of competing interests

Billionaire investors back a gold price rally in 2016: James Stafford believes, despite a price correction in the commodity earlier this year, that the smart money is going into gold this year thanks to an overvalued U.S. dollar

My big fat Greek real estate buying spree: Russian investors flock to Greek fire sale: Investing in Greece, particularly buying real estate, is something that only the very brave or the very foolhardy would do but Russians are apparently doing just that, reports D. Sidney Potter

Honoring Second Lieutenants — A travelogue: Last week Mark Alexander went to see his son graduate from the Air Force Academy, a ceremony that also included U.S. President Barack Obama

Can (should) America trust Hillary Clinton with nuclear codes, other sensitive state secrets?: Given Hillary Clinton's past blithe disregard for security involving sensitive information, John W. Lillpop wonders if Americans should be trust Hillary Clinton with even more top secret information

More job-killing rules from EPA: Paul Driessen argues that the social cost of methane regulations will further constrain energy production, for no benefit 

Why morality is the only thing we should legislate: You hear it all the time: You can't legislate morality! Selwyn Duke responds that morality is the only thing you actually can legislate

America's version of Waiting For Godot: Charles Krauthammer and George Will: Samuel Beckett's classic absurdist play Waiting for Godot provides the framework for Michael Moriarty's exploration of the pundits that are George Will and Charles Krauthammer

Bitter clingers hang on: Dr. Robert Owens asks a simple question: What's a patriot who believes in limited government, individual freedom, and economic opportunity to do?

Images of elves -- examining the extent of the Tolkienian transformation, and subsequent 'postmodern' visions (Part One): Mark Wegierski takes a break from politics, with this off-beat topic 

Cryptocurrency presales and the law of diminishing returns: There are plenty of headlines of massive gains whenever some new cryptocurrency hits the world wide web and Daniel M. Ryan explains the messy world of pre-sales in that arena

Jobs report lays bare liberal failures: Barack Obama and his cheerleaders in the media may be trumpeting the state of the American economy but Dr. Peter Morici argues that the reality is ugly

Resistance to tolerance is futile: Michael R. Shannon reports on yet another American business attacked for the high crime of declining to serve a customer in a language other than English

Anti-Trump violence must be treated as acts of terror!: Continuing acts of violence by the left at Donald Trump's rallies has John W. Lillpop calling for action against the protestors responsible for the attacks

Three years of painful cuts sets markets up for serious supply crunch: Experts are predicting that demand for oil will begin to rise but Nick Cunningham says low oil prices have scuttled any new serious sources of production

How the West got healthy and prosperous: Paul Driessen argues that vital ingredients included the scientific method and fossil fuels – truths we forget at our peril

Democrazy: Venezuela needs a military coup: Selwyn Duke wonders if the very troubled nation of Venezuela, where people are now hunting dogs for food, needs less democracy these days

The New World Order Megalomania: If there is one thing that unites Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, argues Michael Moriarty, is their shared hostility to global governance initiatives

Looking at the annual rankings of Polish universities and colleges, 2003-2015 (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks more closely at the rankings

Trump Tames Billary: It seemed almost a given that Hillary Clinton would continue the endless parade of corruption in the White House, writes Dr. Robert Owens, until a certain businessman decided to ruin the party

"It ain't called high risk on account of we're hopheads, pardner": Tempted to be an early investor in e-currency based on media reports of huge early gains? Daniel M. Ryan would like to remind you that nothing in life is guaranteed

Blood and treasure — The price of liberty: Monday for Americans is Memorial Day and Mark Alexander would like his fellow countrymen to honour the sacrifices made on their behalves

Glenn Beck: Fooled by Facebook?: Glenn Beck walked away from his meeting with Facebook brass saying he was satisfied with their explanation of alleged censorship. Selwyn Duke wonders if he was played by Mark Zuckerberg

Bill Nye the Scientism Guy: Facts don't support his hypothesis, so he shouts louder, changes subjects and attacks his critics, Willie Soon and István Markó write of Bill Nye

SEC issues climate chaos "guidance": Paul Driessen asks what about risks from anti-energy policies imposed in the name of stopping climate change?

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