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There will always be war: Once again the world is faced with a dire threat -- and once again in the Middle East -- and history argues that latest foe must be destroyed, argues Alan Caruba

Cdn pol A collection of essays questioning Canada's high-immigration consensus: Mark Wegierski notes that the Fraser Institute goes beyond economics into social and cultural questions in The Effects of Mass Immigration on Canadian Living Standards and Society, edited by Herbert Grubel

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Eleven: Evil’s Eternal Rise and Fall: Middle Eastern terror army ISIS are an evolutionary improvement upon an old idea, writes Michael Moriarty, and Barack Obama is determined to treat them with kid gloves

The disaster of Affirmative Action: Designed to help, Bruce Walker argues that Affirmative Action has instead harmed students of all races and cultures

Congress shouldn't trust Obama to negotiate trade deal: It appears that both Republicans and Democrats agree with Dr. Peter Morici that Barack Obama is ill-suited to negotiate major trade deals

Why not one governor is qualified to be president: Selwyn Duke doesn't trust any governor to be president as they don't seem to be doing a very good job of promoting liberty in their own states

We need more of Moore: Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore hit the news recently thanks to an interview with Chris Wallace and Dr. Robert Owens says the results are proof positive why America needs more men like him

The unalienable rights of man: Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore also spoke to Chris Cuomo and made a solid defence of where Americans' rights come from, argues Mark Alexander

Remaking America for global governance: Interfaithism, eco- and social- justice, transhumanism, techno-fascism: Barack Obama speaks often about "remaking America" without explaining what he means. Debra Rae thinks she knows

Why oil prices must go up: Enjoying the continuing low oil prices? Nick Cunningham says that prices are bound -- and have to -- go back up at some point

ISIS butchers: A medieval serial killer on steroids: Islamic State recalls Bluebeard, the French knight who tortured and murdered children, writes Valerie Ogden

The EPA's ozone nightmare: The Environmental Protection Agency is currently in a fight to gain more power to regulate ozone, something that fills Alan Caruba with dread

The climate con goes on: Paul Driessen reports on Climate Chaos, Inc. and media allies banning news and books on climate realism

A conservative America: America is a conservative nation and as such it needs a conservative champion -- something that the GOP better pay heed to for the next presidential election, writes Bruce Walker

Cdn pol A brief history of conservative publications in Canada (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the mid-1990s, and beyond

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Ten: The Clowning Genius of President Iago: Michael Moriarty charges that Barack Obama -- along with the last two presidents surnamed Bush -- have essentially surrendered the United States to evil

Are we seeing history repeat itself?: If world events seem familiar -- at least if you're a student of history -- Alan Caruba says its because the world's path is going in an old direction

How to force an ethics-plagued Democrat to finally resign: Oregon governor John Kitzhaber finally fell on his sword last week but Rachel Alexander believes that he resigned for reasons different from those reported

Bibi reads writing on White House wall; Will (hopefully) speak before Congress: Why is Benjamin Netanyahu likely to speak in front of Congress? Harold Witkov believes its because the Israeli prime minister truly gets it

Cdn pol Canadians win another round against the Bank of Canada: Most Canadians are unaware of COMER v the Bank of Canada but Jane Gaffin says its a legal battle which could benefit Canadians tremendously

Greek default will discredit Angela Merkel: When -- and it is only a question of when -- Greece defaults on its debt Angela Merkel won't come out of it looking good, writes Dr. Peter Morici

America's parallel universe: Much ink has been spilt about Brian Williams and Jon Stewart recently and Robert T. Smith says some of what has been said says a lot

Huge hoax holds humanity hostage: Dr. Robert Owens isn't going to skate around the issue: He believes that the climate change orthodoxy is nothing but a big fat lie

Divestment ethics and realities: Eliminating fossil fuels from investment portfolios hurts colleges, workers and poor families, argues Paul Driessen

Egyptian President Sisi calls for reform of Islam: Early last month Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi called on the Islamic world to reevaluate how it viewed jihad. Dr. Jacques Neriah says its an important first step

Obama's dangerous Iran nuke deal: Is Barack Obama hell-bent on reaching a nuke deal with Iran? If so, says Alan Caruba, the results can only be catastrophic

Anatomy of a bad Iran deal: A preliminary assessment: Dore Gold is worried that any potential deal with Iran on its nuclear program won't be designed to eliminate it, but rather "constrain" its growth

Vilifying realist science – and scientists: Ultra-rich Green groups attack climate scientists who question "man-made climate chaos" claims, reports Paul Driessen

The Arab armies: The Arab world does not suffer for large and in some cases well-equipped armies. Alan Caruba would like to know why they don't have more skin in the anti-ISIS game

Cdn pol A brief history of conservative publications in Canada (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the Mulroney Years and their aftermath

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Nine:  The New World Order’s Marxist-Muslim Thief In The White House, Barack Hussein Obama And The Possible Salvation Of An Arab Winter: Michael Moriarty holds hope that at some point the enemies of freedom are driven back yet again

Don't tell Someone Else: Many Americans fail to ask where the economic fruits they harvest actually come from and Dr. Robert Owens believes they will likely soon find out

BO's $4 trillion budget debacle: Republicans have a majority in Congress and Barack Obama's proposed budget is a good example of why they better make use of it

As economy slows, fewer new jobs: The American economy continues its anemic growth and Dr. Peter Morici says the end result are fewer jobs and people who are joining a new class of non-workers

Goldwater Institute sues: State bars are unconstitutional mandatory unions: Rachel Alexander lauds a Goldwater Institute lawsuit designed to end state bars as cash cows for liberal political activity

Terrorists and our idiot president: "Idiot" is a strong term but Alan Caruba says there is no other word that can be used to describe Barack Obama and his failed Middle East policies

The UN Commission of Inquiry on the Gaza Conflict: A clear violation of all accepted international rules and norms governing fact-finding missions: Alan Baker argues that the recent resignation of William Schabas as Chair of the UN Gaza inquiry has raised some interesting questions about its findings and the UN's procedures

America's second age of Pericles: If you listen to Barack Obama the United States is returning to the days of wine and roses but Dr. Peter Morici says the country only looks good in comparison to others

The real white privilege and my radio race war: Selwyn Duke recently engaged in a broadcast debate concerning the subject of "white privilege" and the results were as you would expect

Divesting people of better living standards: Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek argue that "disinvestment" of fossil fuel holdings is misguided, irresponsible, lethal – and racist

Will new AG support civil forfeiture reform?: As a prosecutor Loretta Lynch was enthusiastic about using civil forfeiture, something that worries Alan Caruba a great deal

Cdn pol "Inter-not" -- Has a Canadian right-wing "blogosphere" had an impact on politics, society, and culture in Canada? (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at some Canadian conservative think-tanks

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Eight: Barack Hussein Obama’s Favorite Project: The Death of America: There is no evidence to indicate that Barack Obama is animated by nothing more than to destroy the America that was an inspiration to the rest of the world, argues Michael Moriarty

Romney's class act: Regardless of what you think of Mitt Romney's conservative credentials, writes Bruce Walker, he showed character by announcing he was running in 2016

Obama's corporate tax raid would sack the elderly: Barack Obama wants to tax the overseas profits of American companies, something that Dr. Peter Morici argues would cost the U.S. long term

The witch-hunt against Bob McDonnell: Is a liberal legal system going to war against former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell? Rachel Alexander argues the evidence supports that contention

The northeast nanny-staters and the blizzard that never was: Last week was supposed to the see the latest "storm of the century" but Selwyn Duke is a little more annoyed by the reactions and actions of those in government

Obama's 'middle-crush economics': It probably won't surprise you but Mark Alexander didn't think much of Barack Obama's State of the Union address last week and its priorities

My problem with Sarah Palin: Another election cycle and another potential Sarah Palin candidacy...plenty of conservatives remain fans of her but Selwyn Duke isn't one of them

The plutocratic left: Leftists hate the rich? Bruce Walker argues that the reality shows that they lust after money even as they attack others for enjoying the fruits of their labours

Getting the couch potatoes back to work: The United States needs to get millions back to work and Dr. Peter Morici doesn't believe that either main political party is up to the job

I come to bury Renewable Fuel Standards: Paul Driessen will not praise ethanol mandates that kill jobs, raise food costs, and hurt poor families and wildlife

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