Recent articles on Enter Stage Right
Is liberal democracy liberal enough?: Concerns over the future of democracy and liberty began long before COVID-19's impact on countries intruded. Jorn K. Baltzersen examines the war between democracy and the fight for rights and the perpetual seesaw between the two
A brief history of conservative publications in Canada – updated to 2021 (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the Mulroney Years and their aftermath
The 5th Law of Thermodynamics: It's commonly held that science is based on fact while religion is based on faith. As a devote Christian Dr. Robert Owens responds that there is plenty in science that requires a good dose of faith
Who was the Capitol riot ringleader?: The Democrat attempt to pin blame for the Capitol Hill riot on Donald Trump failed but Mark Alexander says there was someone who actually does deserve a fair share of the blame...and his name hasn't been mentioned very often
How sex and the subprime mortgage crisis of 2008 led to scapegoating a little guy: When the subprime mortgage crisis hit back in 2008 the Obama administration began looking out for people to take the fall and it wasn't going to be the big guys. Rather, it was small fry like Tony Viola who served time, says Rachel Alexander
Suspect science threatens US farming – again: Paul Driessen argues that environmentalists are falsely claiming that a weed-prevention chemical threatens 1,800 threatened species
Biden administration revokes the designation of the Yemeni Houthis as a terrorist organization: There is much consternation amongst America's allies in the Middle East at the Biden administration decision to overturn Donald Trump's decision to declare the Houthis rebels a terrorist organization
The fight that lies between status quo and secession: Selwyn Duke argues that the Democrats may have stolen the election but half the states voted for Donald Trump and believes that a strategy poached from the left should be employed
Demos are baiting and begging for more violence: The Democrat proliferators of hate and division are enticing more anarchist violence, writes Mark Alexander, that they will attribute to "Trump supporters"
“Inter-not” -- Has a Canadian right-wing “blogosphere” had an impact on politics, society, and culture in Canada? – updated to 2021 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at some Canadian think-tanks
The Third Great Awakening: America was rocked by two "Great Awakenings" in the 1700 and 1800s which saw an increased Christian evangelicalism and church attendance and Dr. Robert Owens believes we may well see a third one in the coming years
Delusion without end: White supremacy in present-day America: Academics like Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and political activists -- perhaps we are repeating ourselves -- continue to declare that the United States is a white supremacist construct, an assertion that Greg Strange has about enough of
The right needs to start thinking in terms of chess moves and less defense mode: The biggest problem that conservatives in the United States have, according to Rachel Alexander, is that they keep reacting to the left. She argues that now it's time to be proactive.
State legislatures eye sound money reforms: This year may be the one that sees several state legislatures pass laws that protect and even reward their citizens for holding assets in sound money vehicles like gold and silver, reports Jp Cortez
Protection or pain treatment: Choosing between your gun and medical marijuana: Regardless of marijuana's status as a medical treatment in a growing number of states, writes Sam Jacobs, it's still illegal under federal law and using medical marijuana may endanger your Second Amendment rights
Why Israel is right to doubt that new negotiations with Iran will work: Iran's guiding principle in any negotiation over its nuclear programs -- and pretty much everything else -- has been deception. Until the Persian nation demonstrates that it has altered that policy, says Amb. Dore Gold, he doesn't see how new negotiations would achieve worthwhile results
The Trump presidency: A one-term postmortem: Mark Alexander argues that no president has ever been more relentlessly assailed by the enemies of liberty than Donald Trump
“Inter-not” -- Has a Canadian right-wing “blogosphere” had an impact on politics, society, and culture in Canada? – updated to 2021 (Part One): Mark Wegierski expresses some skepticism
America, I’m glad I knew ya: Now that Washington, D.C. is once again a one-party town the Democrats in Congress are wasting no time in bringing their agenda to the fore. That means, writes Dr. Robert Owens, destroying what's left of the American Republic
The politicization of medicine in our race for a Novel Coronavirus cure: While recently watching a hearing of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee on the COVID-19 pandemic Charlotte B. Cerminaro was struck by the level of politicizing that was going on -- particularly for drugs that showed some efficacy in treating those with the virus
“Old Glory”: D. Paul Thomas asks if in an America where every vestige of traditional America is viewed as offensive and capable of triggering someone, can the country's flag itself one day suffer the fate of being banned?
The left is trying to gradually purge us off the entire internet: Gradually, and perhaps not surprisingly to those who are prescient about such matters, the left is working to deplatform and remove conservatives from every corner of the World Wide Web that they can reach, argues Rachel Alexander, and it's time the right responds
Two nuclear options: Paul Driessen argues that of two options involving nuclear power, one threatens our democracy, the other promises hope for the economy, environment and country
Chew gum – for pleasure, taste and health: Some frown on it and park benches hate it, but chewing gum has many surprising benefits, reports Paul Driessen
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