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Obama encounters an apex of anger: Barack Obama has managed to do something that very few presidents before him have done: Anger almost every single segment of the American population, says Alan Caruba

Cdn pol What should the legacy of World War I, and its great battles such as Vimy Ridge, be for Canadians?: Mark Wegierski meditates on the war's possible meaning for Canada, 100 years after its outbreak

Michael Lear: Part Four: Michael Moriarty continues laying out the expansive multimedia project that consumes him at this point in his life

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: Set and setting: Daniel M. Ryan has spent the past few years working on the new field of cryptocurrencies and he has a heck of a story to tell in the first of a series

Happy days are here again: Dr. Robert Owens isn't sure whether the American Republic can take any more of the "great" news that the political left is so proud to trumpet these days

Shadowy political organizations making money off conservative candidates: Be careful to what organization you donate money to this election cycle, says Rachel Alexander, because there are some dodgy ones out there

Yellen's denials about inflation will curb Fed's independence: Dr. Peter Morici argues that Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen and Congress appear intent on handcuffing the Fed's future efforts to deal with economic issues

Iran: The regional power behind the Hamas war effort: Iran needs to be blamed for its participation and aid in the war that Hamas is essentially fighting against Israel, says Michael Segall

No longer the world's policeman, we're now the world's social worker: Thanks to the political left, argues Michael R. Shannon, an illegal immigrant to the United States likely has more rights and guarantee of aid than an honest-to-goodness citizen

Greenpeace showcases its anti-human side: A Greenpeace activist confirms every negative story you've ever read about this activist group, writes Paul Driessen

The imperial President: An increasingly ineffective Barack Obama means the president is using whatever means he can in order to force his agenda through, says Mark Alexander

Back to Permian: US oil comes full circle: When it comes to American oil production everyone talks Bakken but James Stafford says another name should also be on people's lips

Up next: A double whammy of high unemployment and inflation: The American economy will labor under two major pressures and choices made at all levels of American society won't help any, argues Dr. Peter Morici

How "normal" is Bowe Bergdahl?: Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is continuing what the military is referring to as his reintegration into the U.S. Army but Alan Caruba still has many questions

How intelligent are Americans?: It's popular to decry all Americans as uneducated and uninformed and Alan Caruba will certainly agree that there is a large number of idiots in the USA

A dark turn in the pop-culture? (Part Twenty-One): Mark Wegierski looks at three "dark future" boardgames

Michael Lear: Part Three: Michael Moriarty's new project, Michael Lear, has blossomed into what is quite literally a multi-media project

America's economic woes: Why jobs are scarce, wages low and government can't help: Dr. Peter Morici argues that there is one player in the economy which is largely responsible for the America's lackluster performance

I admit, I'm Christian because I need a crutch and I'm brainwashed: Rachel Alexander brushes aside the criticisms that athiests and leftists have long made about Christianity

His bad behavior warrants his impeachment: Most people think of politicians when the word "impeachment" is mentioned but Frank Salvato believes that the tool can be used against other government officials as well

Proud to be an American?: The left has been dismantling traditional America for decades and not surprisingly, writes Mark Alexander, it seems fewer Americans are proud of their country these days

Science recommends climate model re-start: A recent article in Science magazine admits that current climate models are hopelessly bloated and yet unable to account for several variables, reports Dennis T. Avery

Holding Greenpeace accountable: Poor countries should hold Big Green groups and directors liable for deaths, ravage they cause, argues Paul Driessen

Even at record levels, stocks have plenty more room to rise: Dr. Peter Morici believes that there is still money to be made investing in stocks -- assuming you follow a conservative and "boring" strategy

The idiocy of "Environmental Justice": Millions being spent at a conference this fall is just once reason why the Environmental Protection Agency needs to be shut down, argues Alan Caruba

What has happened to protests in America?: Alan Caruba isn't looking for a return to the violence of the 1960s but he'd love Americans -- particularly conservatives -- to get off the couch and get involved

Visiting Torun, birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus: Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, ten years ago

Michael Lear: Part Two: Michael Moriarty continues his introduction to his new series Michael Lear with a brief discussion of a trio which has inspired his efforts

Five tough facts about Inflation and Fed policy: Some people like a little bit of inflation but Dr. Peter Morici believes that America's rising inflation rate is only going to cause problems

Huff & puff propagandizes a FOX reality: The Huffington Post is trying to make hay out of the fact that Fox barely covered the latest job numbers. Frank Salvato says there's a good reason for that

What does an "Islamic caliphate" in Iraq mean?: Jonathan D. Halevi says the declaration of an Islamic caliphate in areas controlled by ISIS causes problems for a host of competing Islamic organizations

The gentleman's guide to change: Dr. Ben Carson's One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America's Future calls for civility and a return to American values, writes Steven Martinovich

A perfect example of the Progressive Hate Machine: A speech in Texas recently provides a perfect example of the hypocrisy of liberals proclaiming tolerance, writes Frank Salvato

Could gang violence end Mexico's shale dream?: Mexico is blessed with huge quantities of shale oil reserves but Nicholas Cunningham reports that violence in that country leaves much of it untouched

Why I can't be both an economist and a liberal: Dr. Peter Morici says he can't be a liberal economist because the left's positions on so many issues simply make no sense

Breaking EPA's climate science secrecy barriers: Paul Driessen and Lawrence Kogan report on a FOIA request that seeks hidden data and analyses that agency claims back up its climate rulings

Obama continues his attack on U.S. energy: By delaying approval of the Keystone XL pipeline Barack Obama has proven himself as an opponent of sane energy policy, writes Alan Caruba

What economic recovery?: The American economy continues its moribund slog through mediocrity and Alan Caruba says the reason for that begins at the top

Polish-American relations – "American Day" in historic Polish town: Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, ten years ago

Michael Lear: Part One: Michael Moriarty announces a new piece of fiction that is obsessing him, one that ties together his love of Shakespeare and living in Canada

The Obama presidency implodes: Alan Caruba argues the past few weeks have shown that Barack Obama is falling apart right in front of everyone's eyes

Thanks, Reilly: The passing of someone close to him prompts Frank Salvato to make some observations about America and its people today

U.S. economy poised for stronger growth: Dr. Peter Morici believes that the U.S. economy is about to turn a corner and begin some strong growth

Conservative Andrew Thomas likely to become Arizona's next governor: Rachel Alexander is optimistic that Andrew Thomas, an honest to goodness conservative, will be elected governor in Arizona

A bridge too far: Lisa Fabrizio believes that people of good sense -- whether they are liberal or conservative -- are beginning to wake up and see reality for what it is

Emerging Universalism: Part 3: We're all Catholics: Debra Rae continues her short series on increasing ecumenism and intra-religious work that seems to be diminishing the role of God in favour of the self

Only Obama staffers believe IRS ‘lost' email: A strong majority of Americans don't buy that the IRS happened to lose several months of Lois Lerner's emails, writes Michael R. Shannon

Mississippi open range: Thad Cochran's victory over Chris McDaniel in the Mississippi's Republican senatorial primary race gives conservatives in that state nothing to root for, argues Robert T. Smith

Iraq: Blood and treasure for what?: With Iraq in chaos Mark Alexander speaks with a Marine Corps officer who served several tours in the country for his opinion on the situation

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