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Meet the mainstream: Last week essentially marked the 10th anniversary of bitcoin -- the crypto-currency that promised a new era in financial transactions -- and its not what it was when it first launched, reports Daniel M. Ryan

America’s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Six: The 28-Year-Old, American Nightmare Known As The New World Order: Michael Moriarty pauses -- for a single week -- his examination of recent American presidents by looking at George H.W. Bush's infamous New World Order announcement

Cdn pol “Third parties” in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Two): Mark Wegierski continues his series with a look mainly at “third parties” in Quebec

Dawn of the debacle: It's a new year and Dr. Robert Owens has some predictions for 2019 and beyond -- and he doesn't predict good news with newly emboldened and empowered Democrats in control of the House of Representatives

Setting the wolf to guard the sheep: Electing the Palestinian Attorney-General to the ICC Nominations Committee for judges: Amb. Alan Baker argues that the selection of the Palestinian Attorney-General to an ICC committee to select judges makes a laughing stock at the notion of an impartial court

A look back at the demise of the mainstream news media in 2018: It was a rough year in 2018 for the mainstream media, writes Rachel Alexander, as traditional outlets continued to be lapped by both upstarts and their conservative competitors

National security debates on the border and beyond: Mark Alexander says two major American national security issues are casting a long shadow over 2019

Oil is at the mercy of financial markets: Oil prices seemingly going up and down at random in recent weeks? Nick Cunningham believes that you can expect that will continue as long as the financial markets are doing the same

Prodding Trump’s EPA to reexamine Endangerment: William L. Kovacs argues there needs to be the use of external pressure to overcome Administration inertia on reviewing Endangerment Finding

Let’s do follow the climate money!: Paul Driessen says that Climate Crisis Inc. gets billions to promote an imaginary manmade cataclysm – but attacks realists who argue otherwise 

Israeli-Japanese friendship: A potential yet to be realized: Israel and Japan may not be a pair you would immediately think of but Shaun Ho believes that the two countries have a great deal to offer each other to realize regional and international desires

Will Democrats get the recession they want?: For the next two years, job and income prospects for tens of millions of American workers and their families will fall victim to the Demos politically induced recession, says Mark Alexander

America’s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Five: President Ronald Reagan: Michael Moriarty continues his series at recent American presidents with a look at the modern patron saint of American conservatives: Ronald Reagan

Cdn pol “Third parties” in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at the Reform Party of Canada in the first of this series

What is Christmas without Christ?: The cultural baggage that has become attached to Christmas, writes Dr. Robert Owens, should not obscure a fundamental truth about what the day actually means

Adam where art thou?: Man is increasingly substituting his own truth over that of a time honored one and Robert T. Smith argues that needs to change if we are all to recapture the human spirit and an eternal truth

New criminal justice reform law releases violent felons, not peaceful drug dealers: The FIRST STEP Act has raves from people all across the political spectrum but Rachel Alexander believes that violent offenders will catch a break while those convicted of non-violent crimes will stay in prison

Restoring civilization: We can’t MAGA unless we MAMA: "Make America Great Again" is a slogan that many on the right have adopted but Selwyn Duke believes that there is a missing element from the phrase and society itself

Germany's green transition has hit a brick wall: Germany’s transition to a green economy isn’t doing very well and even worse, its growing problems with wind and solar spell trouble all over the globe, argue Oddvar Lundseng, Hans Johnsen and Stein Bergsmark

Time to aggressively buy NOT FROM CHINA: Keith Henderson believes that it's time for businesses and consumers alike to send a strong message and begin avoiding Chinese-made products whenever possible

A 2019 resolution: Honesty in energy policy: A Virginia wind project highlights the need in climate, sustainability and renewable energy arenas to be honest with promises and expectations, say Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek

Is Michael Savage the latest victim of TDS and the left’s “pacification effort”?: Although Michael Savage is arguably the most popular radio host in New York City it would appear that WABC may ditch him as part of the deplatforming campaign against the right, reports Selwyn Duke

The Palestinian Authority is about to lead the World Group of Developing Nations: The Palestinian Authority is about to take leadership of the G-77, the group of developing nations, and Eitan Fischberger says few countries are least equipped morally to do so

Le’Veon Bell’s fight against time and economics: Michael R. Shannon argues that the NFL needs to make it more likely that players like Le’Veon Bell play their entire career with one team

Anti-Semitism in Europe today comes mostly from the left: "Never again" seems to have been a suggestion rather than a promise and Europe is once again seeing a tremendous rise in anti-Semitism, reports Fiamma Nirenstein

America’s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Four: Michael Moriarty continues his series on recent American presidents with a look at America's most likable unlikable president, Democrat Jimmy Carter

Cdn pol The professor and the philosopher -- Thomas Hurka and George Grant: Mark Wegierski offers a piece defending George Parkin Grant that originally arose in 1992

Colorado energy company Xcel goes crazy green: One starts to suspect – and that would be Dr. David Wojick -- there is a lot of hype, and maybe securities fraud, going on with Xcel

I got faith, you got faith, all God’s children got faith: It doesn't take much to be a believer, argues Dr. Robert Owens, you just have to have a little faith in The Word

Richard Cantillon: The most important economist you’ve never heard of: Three centuries ago Irish-French economist Richard Cantillon stated an obvious truth that politicians and economists today seem to have difficulty grasping, says Jp Cortez

Pot addicts OK, legitimate chronic pain sufferers in need of opioids not: Rachel Alexander is no fan of laws which are loosening access to marijuana while at the same are limiting how much opoid-based medicine people in chronic pain are allowed

CNN’s Jim Accoster elbows Trump out of the way: In a rare defeat when battling the press, reports Michael R. Shannon, Donald Trump lost his fight -- at least for the moment, to kick CNN's Jim Acosta out of the White House

The sky is falling?!?: Greg Walcher takes aim at a ridiculous report which recently claimed humans have killed more than half the world’s wildlife in past 48 years

The Mueller/Comey/Clinton collusion to take down Trump: The claim of campaign-finance violations will fuel the Democrats' relentless hounding of Trump over the next two years, as it fits with their "stolen election" narrative and is fodder for faux impeachment charges, writes Mark Alexander

Trump was right about “raking” Finnish forests: Heavy machinery “rakes” Finland’s forest floors after tree cutting, greatly reducing fire risks, reports Mikko Paunio

Protesting carbon taxes with the Gilets Jaunes: Craig Rucker reflects on CFACT’s Katowice delegation and their coverage of Yellow Vests protest in Marseilles

 “We are still in” totalitarians flunk basic reality: They raged against energy and climate realists in Katowice, but should serve time for fraud, says Paul Driessen

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