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"Legacy of slavery"? An eye-opening test: Is the plight of Black America the result of a class system that continues to hold them down? Daniel M. Ryan attempts to answer that question with an essay that will likely annoy a great many

Revenge justifies the American suicide?!: Donald Trump has essentially proven himself during the election to be a repellent human being and he's still better than who and what he's running against, writes Michael Moriarty

The dilemma of hypermodernity (Part Nine): Mark Wegierski reprises one of his earlier, most important essays, from the year 2000

Who do you believe when you can't believe anyone?: If you want a good reason why America is the in the state that it is in these days, writes Dr. Robert Owens, merely pay attention to politicians and their behavior

Hillary's statist solution: Dr. Peter Morici argues that what Hillary Clinton thinks will lead to further economic growth will only mire the United States in further statism

Bill Clinton's unforgivable sin: Tells truth about ObamaCare!: You don't hear it often from Bill Clinton, says John W. Lillpop, and plenty of people probably didn't appreciate him telling the truth -- particularly about the sacred cow of ObamaCare

Jefferson's enlightened liberty v Clinton's elitist statism: Hillary Clinton's campaign has only served to reveal her as the ultimate in classist elitism that looks down on the average American, writes Mark Alexander

More anthem hypocrisy: Kneeling, yes; Confederate flag, no: Selwyn Duke would like to know why some unpopular protests are protected by the First Amendment while others are squashed by whatever authority has the power to do so

Backlash: Obama administration failing to destroy Texas AG Ken Paxton: Texas AG Ken Paxton was yet another Republican politician that the Obama administration took aim at but they missed their target this time, reports Rachel Alexander

Blood cell phones and Teslas: Paul Driessen argues that too many "green" policies bleed red, hurting the environment and killing people

Bienvenida a nothingburger: The Trump-Cuba flap: Donald Trump was once interested in investing in Cuba? Newsweek would have you believe it was a shady episode but Daniel M. Ryan says there isn't much meat on the bone

Life never really changes: When it comes to the world, writes Michael Moriarty, the old saying still holds true: The more things change, the more they stay the same

The dilemma of hypermodernity (Part Eight): Mark Wegierski reprises one of his earlier, most important essays, from the year 2000

Useful idiots and the theater of the absurd: A successful man who argued against the very things that made him so prompted Dr. Robert Owens to ask him some very hard questions

The most unlikely hero -- Desmond Doss: There will be a superhero movie released in November that will star Andrew Garfield, writes Mark Alexander, but the main character is a simple and humble man

Voting for growth: Dr. Peter Morici argues that electing Donald Trump in November would spur growth and shake up the entrenched world of Hillary Clinton's Washington, D.C.

Black Lives Matter and the left responsible for entitled athletes disrespecting the National Anthem: Rachel Alexander has no time for athletes who continue to protest the American anthem and don't understand what it really means

When "life" disrupts living: A boomer's guide to elder advocacy and timely care: Debra Rae offers some advice to Boomers who are, if they haven't been already, faced with the prospect of caring for elderly parents

Who is guarding the (dictatorial) guards?: Paul Driessen argues that regulators mete out fines and stymie growth, but are rarely punished for their own misconduct

Making America great again: Donald Trump's heavy burden!: John W. Lillpop believes that a Donald Trump presidency would have an extraordinarily ambitious agenda that would transform the United States

Green pixie dust energy policies: Paul Driessen argues that Democrats fight climate change with renewable pixie dust, while rest of world burns fossil fuels

Obama boom builds Obamatowns: Happy days are here again! Dr. Robert Owens reports that the media has declared Barack Obama's economic policies a massive success and a new America is thriving!

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: An invisible epidemic of unhinged norms: PTSD, though it wasn't known as such, was at epidemic levels both during and after the First World War and it seems to be making a comeback both in civilian and military life. Daniel M. Ryan examines why

The dilemma of hypermodernity (Part Seven): Mark Wegierski reprises one of his earlier, most important essays, from the year 2000

The New World Order plot against America: Regardless of who wins in November, writes Michael Moriarty, Barack Obama and his allies want to make sure that America loses

Why Trump remains a long shot: Donald Trump may be making up ground in national polls but Dr. Peter Morici believes that the chances of him capturing the White House still remain slim

What's the point of having a majority if GOP doesn't use it?: Why does the GOP in Congress continue to do little with the majority it has? So that they can continue to hold a majority, explains Michael R. Shannon

Liberal mother pushes her little son into masquerading as a girl: The New York Times recently, and gleefully, reported on a Seattle family that was raising their son as a daughter, something that has Selwyn Duke shaking his head

Capital punishment and the futility of referenda: The election of Hillary Clinton would undoubtedly eliminate the death penalty and Dr. Lester Jackson has little faith in the power of referenda

Democrats despise 'We, the [Deplorable] People': Hillary Clinton recently described half of Donald Trump's supporters as "deplorable" and the other half as "misguided". Mark Alexander says the comments shouldn't have been a surprise to anyone

And the winner is? Expect little change from Wall Street bankers if ‘Double Down' Donnie and ‘Hottie Tottie' Hilary make it to the White House: When it comes to the world of housing policy, argues D. Sidney Potter, neither of the primary candidates seems to have any real idea of what to do

The Experiment:  Capitalism versus Socialism: What if we could have an experiment to compare the two systems? Wait – we already did, says David R. Legates

Stain that would be on Obama's conscience — if he had one: Tens of thousands of refugees remain stranded in Syria but they would appear to belong to a group that Barack Obama doesn't approve of, says Selwyn Duke

Powering countries, empowering people: Paul Driessen argues that affordable energy brings jobs, improved living standards and pursuit of happiness  

The true steps to becoming a godly man: Nathan Tabor always thought he was a religious man, and therefore a good man, until he realized relatively recently that he still had a ways to go before he could make any claims

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