January 2021 - December 2021

January 2021

They just don’t get it: Republicans in Washington, D.C. are talking as if the Biden administration and Democrat control of Congress is just another revolution of the carousel but Dr. Robert Owens believes 2021 inaugurated something far darker in American history
Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2021 (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the media and the academy
Biden and Harris: The great uniters?: Mark Alexander argues that if Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had any genuine interest in unity, that would require...
So what is Q, and what is the danger?: Q, and his followers in QAnon, have been the source of much debate in recent months Rachel Alexander believes that much ado was made about relatively little and the movement won't survive
Sensible, sustainable nuclear power for Africa: A host of economic, environmental and practical reasons make nuclear Africa’s best option, argue Dr. Kelvin Kemm and Knox Msebenzi
Rare earths first? Or last?: Duggan Flanakin says that US President Joe Biden’s Green New Deal won’t work without mining, especially for rare earth elements
Americans supposedly just voted for only electric vehicles: The Big Switch will cost trillions and massively change America – not for the better, writes Duggan Flanakin
Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2021 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski continues to note the lack of an infrastructure or “eco-system"? for conservatives
The building block of life - carbon: An all-out war on carbon is coming, says Robert T. Smith, in complete ignorance of all of the benefits that the naturally occurring element brings humanity
Job’s lament: Dr. Robert Owens says you can expect a lot of changes in the coming years courtesy of the Democrats' control of the White House and Congress but he says you can probably also expect a new awakening of spirit
The spirit of lawlessness: These days America is a greatly united nation, the only problem is that it's hate, death and destruction that are the commonalities. D. Paul Thomas says there is a cure for the disease that the United States is afflicted with
The fog of Marxist culture war: Greg Strange isn't going to be polite: It's a virtual war between the left and right in the United States and the odds are long for a conservative cultural and political victory
Murray Rothbard quotes on libertarianism, economics, and freedom: Given the path the world seems to be taking these days, a little reminder of renowned Austrian school economist and libertarian Murray Rothbard might be in order, writes Alex Horsman
Our presidential election wasn’t too different from third world Uganda’s: Last week Uganda held a presidential election and Rachel Alexander argues that the similarities between what happened there and what's going on the United States today are too close to be ignored
The systemic redlining of 1st and 2nd Amendment rights: The Democrats' support for Leftmedia and Big Tech suppression of free speech is their key strategy for establishing a permanent majority, says Mark Alexander
Green New Deal ideologies, fantasies and realities: Paul Driessen argues that your life, living standards, country and planet will take a big hit under the Green New Deal
Reaping the whirlwind: Given what the country has gone through over the past four years, says Greg Strange, he's not going to be overly upset at the protest at the Capitol last week. What worries him is what lies ahead
Did Trump incite insurrection?: Democrats are calling for Trump to be removed from office via impeachment for inciting insurrection but Rachel Alexander says the facts clearly prove that claim wrong
Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2021 (Part One): A conservative infrastructure in Canada is definitely lacking, says Mark Wegierski
Advice to Joe Biden: All the way from Norway J.K. Baltzersen offers some advice to the next president of the United States, Joe Biden, that he "hopes" the Democrat will take
The watchmen warned us: Dr. Robert Owens says that Americans have had plenty of warnings about the direction their country was going over the past few decades but were too entranced by bread and circuses to choose to take notice
The great crap-weasel migration: With Joe Biden entering the White House and Democrats essentially controlling Congress, writes Robert T. Smith, the swamp is being refilled with the usual suspects
The vanishing Robert E. Lee: The ongoing removal of statues Confederate general Robert E. Lee -- not to mention his name from buildings and institutions -- is ignoring a tremendous opportunity for Americans to truly move past historical issues, writes D. Paul Thomas
The left's bulk-ballot fraud strategy works: Mark Alexander argues that the Democrats' real election fraud strategy is paying rich dividends
Is J Street misrepresenting its real mission?: The Congressional lobbying organization calling itself “J Street"? declares that it's mission is to promote Israel's interests and peace. Amb. Alan Baker says even a close look at it's recommendations and actions show it's another group promoting Palestinian -- and even Iranian -- interests
The left falsely claims most people won’t notice a difference under Biden: The political left has claimed that the average person waking up under a Biden administration will notice no changes to their lives but Rachel Alexander doesn't quite believe that
In celebration of eighteen years at Enter Stage Right -- Bionote of Mark Wegierski: Mark Wegierski presents a fairly extensive “biogram"?
A new you for a new year: It's a new year, writes Dr. Robert Owens, and if your answers for the past year worked about as well as they did in previous years, perhaps it's time to start asking different questions
Media cheered when Reagan was shot: If you think derangement syndrome against a Republican president is a new thing, says Thomas M. Sipos, never forgot that there were journalists who cheered when Ronald Reagan was shot in 1981
President Trump, please pardon Jon Woods, a victim of process crimes like Michael Flynn: US President Donald Trump did justice for former congressman Steve Stockman and now Rachel Alexander would like to see him do the same for former Arkansas state legislator Jon Woods
Egypt reveals the financial terrorist ties between the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas: The recent arrest of the man responsible for a series of terrorist attacks in Egypt by the Muslim Brotherhood has unveiled the world of how some terrorist groups are being financed, reports Yoni Ben Menachem
China recolonizes Africa: Western policies are damaging Africa and the planet, killing millions, and open doors to China, argues Duggan Flanakin
New York can't buy its way out of coming blackouts: David Wojick reacts to NYC’s plan to have a battery backup system in case of failure of “renewable"? energy, which even if it worked, he says, its astronomical costs put the idea in Fantasyland

February 2021

Don’t get COVID-19 without having a plan ahead of time: Greg Strange recently contracted COVID-19 and continues to suffer with the after effects of the illness and argues that you need to have a plan before you catch it
A brief history of conservative publications in Canada – updated to 2021 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the mid-1990s, and beyond
McDonald’s nation: Robert T. Smith argues that when progressives argue that the minimum wage everywhere needs to be raised to $15 an hour they seem to always forget to answer the question that arises: What next?
The guy who could save our republic: Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich: American conservatives don't have too many politicians they can rally behind. Rachel Alexander says that Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is one of them and he's continuing the fight over the 2020 election
Conservatives need to start taking no prisoners and claiming scalps: Selwyn Duke argues that conservatives need to stop playing with kid gloves when combating the left and fight culture bottles as if they mean to win
The life and death of Officer Brian Sicknick: Mark Alexander argues that what we don't know about Officer Brian Sicknick's death during the Capitol Hill protest in January far outweighs what we do know
“The Yemeni Maneuver"? – Biden administration gives a free pass to Iran: The Biden administration's decision to remove Houthi rebels from the list of terrorist organizations has effectively given Iran a free pass and a free hand in Yemen, says Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall
The myth (and phony math) of ‘green’ jobs: Governments are killing real jobs and conning us about ‘millions of good green jobs’, says Duggan Flanakin
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

March 2021

ChiCom Joe and the China Virus: Mark Alexander says that China was the pandemic genesis, and he argues that three men led the way to its exodus
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Three): Mark Wegierski examines the tensions between Ottawa and Western Canada, especially Alberta
The most insidious thing about socialism: Socialism is a philosophy with a multitude of sins, writes Dr. Robert Owens, but there is one thing over others that attacks what it means to be a human being
MSM ignores huge successful border effort against terrorism: America's borders are once again in the news but potentially a greater danger is the possibility that terrorists are using them to gain entry at will, something that's explored in America’s Covert Border War: The Untold Story of the Nation's Battle to Prevent Jihadist Infiltration, writes Rachel Alexander
Fed’s crypto plans may turn Bitcoin bulls into gold bugs: As Bitcoin continues to become a real thing with a market value of $1 trillion, central bankers are increasingly nervous about not being able to control it, reports Stefan Gleason
The Palestinian Authority’s financial support for terrorism circumvents U.S. and Israeli law: The Palestinian government has decided to pay grants to terrorists and their families, reports Yoni Ben Menachem, essentially incentivizing future terrorist attacks
We should learn what lessons from Fukushima?: It’s been just over a decade since the earthquake in Japan which caused the Fukushima disaster. What has the world learned? Lesson #1: People died from forced evacuations, not from radiation, writes Dr. Kelvin Kemm
Ethiopia’s dam over the Nile risks war with Egypt: Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah says that a massive Ethiopian dam near completion on the Nile River threatens to spark a conflict with Egypt, a country who's is hugely dependent on the river’s waters
For a new cultural criticism – thirty-five years since the Pet Shop Boys’ Please: Mark Wegierski offers a “retro review"? of a classic 1986 recording
If math is white supremacy, civilization is finished: The Oregon Department of Education recently "suggested" that teachers take a course which essentially said that mathematics -- the universal language of everything -- was a white supremacist construct, reports Greg Strange
Patriotism is not some bad form of nationalism: The left has pulling another Humpty Dumpty and attempting to define what the word "patriotism" means -- and you know it won't be anything good -- Rachel Alexander says
The Great Reset versus the Great Reversal: Plenty of people in power are chomping at the bit to use the COVID-19 pandemic as a pretext to start making big cultural, political and economic changes to the world, says Dr. Robert Owens
Notes from the back row: Unexpected inspiration, an island in the stormy sea: Artists are usually the ones hardest on themselves when judging the quality of their performance but Charlotte B. Cerminaro learned recently sometimes why a performance is more important than the minor hiccups in it
Twitter suspends me for criticizing Cardi B: Selwyn Duke recently responded to singer Cardi B with a rather roasting tweet and not surprisingly Twitter decided that he should be suspended for it, he says
Was the shooting of Ashli Babbitt justifiable?: When the identity of a police officer in a high-profile case fits the Democrat agenda, they throw him under their bus, writes Mark Alexander
Federal power grab: Déjà vu all over again: The more things change, the more they stay the same -- particularly when it comes to politicians, argues Robert T. Smith. He says that Joe Biden is following the plan of transformation that Franklin D. Roosevelt so successfully enacted nearly a century ago
The sacred mini-series: New Amsterdam: NBC medical drama New Amsterdam tells the story of a doctor trying to reform an old hospital's bureaucracy and patient care and Michael Moriarty says it's a healing experience just to watch
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the role of Toronto in Canadian history
The desperate attempts to separate Trump from conservatism: Now that Donald Trump is out of office plenty of people on the right are engaging in revisionism, declaring that the former president wasn't a conservative, spent big and was a dangerous nationalist. Rachel Alexander can only roll her eyes in response
On gun control and birth control: The danger of legislating misplaced ideology and stunning ignorance: Gun control and birth control may not seem like particularly related topics but Charlotte B. Cerminaro says that the two often have a striking similarity when it comes to how ignorant people are and yet have strong opinions on both of them
Demos arrange DC military service ribbons: Mark Alexander says that the politicization of military service ribbons, such as handing out the Democrats handing out Congressional Gold Medals, devalues all ribbons and medals
The social costs of carbon cancelation: Paul Driessen says banning carbon-based fuels will impose enormous costs that Team Biden deliberately ignores
Clearing the path for Harris to bump Biden: Anyone with even only a toe in Washington, D.C. knows that the question is when Kamala Harris will replace Joe Biden not if, writes Mark Alexander
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part One): Mark Wegierski will be examining the tensions between different regions in Canada
The paradox of free will: Christians have long grappled with the question of free will but Dr. Robert Owens says that the more important thing to focus is on is the free choice that you have
The left’s transformation from anti-establishment free speech advocate to government control and lockdowns: Back in the 1960s the political left in America portrayed itself as the guardian of free speech and fighter of government control...that legacy, if it ever existed, is long gone these days, writes Rachel Alexander
Insufficient diplomatic strength to stop Iran: With Iran essentially resuming their nuclear program as normal -- with the goal of nuclear weapons -- Amb. Dore Gold argues that western powers are unlikely to respond forcefully to send a clear message
EV subsidies, fantasies and realities: Paul Driessen says that electric vehicles may be oh-so-very-trendy these days but they're also not very Earth-friendly, affordable or emission-free 
ChiCom Joe and the appeasers: Mark Alexander says it didn't take very long for the "Big Guy" in the White House to start bowing down to America's Red Chinese adversaries
Thirty-five years since George Parkin Grant’s Technology and Justice (1986): Mark Wegierski tries to gauge what of Canadian political philosopher George Grant’s ideas has remained today
The big shakedown: With Joe Biden in the White House you can be almost certain that the topic of reparations will once again become a serious talking point and D. Paul Thomas definitely has some thoughts on the subject
Rush was the greatest but we have to have more than just talk: The respect that he had for Rush Limbaugh shouldn't be questioned but Greg Strange wonders if the decades that Rush -- and the myriad others that were inspired by him -- spent on the air actually managed to accomplish anything
Democrats’ cancel culture sinking one of their own: Neera Tanden, Joe Biden's nominee for Director of the Office of Management and Budget, is finding out the hard way that cancel culture is a gun that can be aimed at everyone, reports Rachel Alexander
The Polish-Canadian community in decline: Mark Wegierski laments the fading of Polish-Canadians in Canada today
Predicting and planning for the next polar vortex?: Duggan Flanakin says experts claim we can predict and plan for climate chaos 50 years out, but not an imminent vortex that's been hammering parts of the United States?
Real threats to threatened species: Endangered species aren't facing threats from climate change or modern farming – but from climate and organic policies, argues Paul Driessen

April 2021

What does the return of the “two-state solution"? mean?: The Biden administration is pushing the "two-state" solution again as a means to bringing peace to the Israelis and Palestinians and like most things it depends on how you define it, writes Amb. Alan Baker
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Seven): Mark Wegierski looks at an important question – in what sense is Canada a nation?
Minneapolis: Nice no more: Greg Strange says the verdict in the Chauvin trial was inevitable...and so was the response from the usual suspects in the progressive politics and racial industries
Floyd verdict: 'Systemic racism' not guilty: Convicting a white police officer for the death of a black suspect, argues Mark Alexander, does not affirm the Left's fallacious assertion of "systemic racism"
China’s strange endorsement of ‘net zero’: Duggan Flanakin reports that the Chinese path to supposed decarbonization apparently starts with a lot more coal
Tradition and progress: America was founded upon the bedrock of natural laws and Judeo-Christian principles, writes Robert T. Smith, but is floundering now as man-made laws and principles run haphazardly through society knocking down pillars
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Six): Mark Wegierski looks at the Atlantic region, which has an ambiguous relationship with Ottawa
Let us be the generation: In recent years the United States has taken a radical turn and admittedly things aren't looking good. Dr. Robert Owens argues that conservatives today need to be the people to pick up the torch and continue fighting
The impenetrable G. Gordon Liddy: G.Gordon Liddy passed away recently and Franklin Raff says that his storied career encompassed much more than Watergate
Patriots' Day: A gun rights case study: Mark Alexander looks back at the last time the government attempted to confiscate weapons from grassroots Americans Patriots...
What skyrocketing home prices say about inflation: The powers that be continue to assure Americans that inflation is not an issue but Stefan Gleason argues that if you've been home shopping lately you know that price have spiked sharply over the past year
Police officer mistaking her gun for her taser was not racism: Brooklyn Center Police Officer Kim Potter accidentally killed a man with her firearm and it was her misfortune that the victim wasn't white, writes Rachel Alexander
Biggest inflation threat in 40 years looms over markets: Americans haven't seen a massive surge in inflation since the 1980s but Clint Siegner argues that the conditions have been created for just that as soon as COVID restrictions are lifted
Africans reject demands to end fossil fuel use: Duggan Flanakin argues that Africans need strategies that support economic development, jobs, access to energy
Demos don't give a damn about immigrants, except...: Mark Alexander argues that President Joe Biden's "open border" invite has incentivized human traffickers who prey on migrants and their children
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Five): Mark Wegierski examines Stephen Harper’s policies towards the regions, as well as the emerging new Western separatism
Actually, everything the Democrats do is racist: The political left is fond these days of describing anything their opponents do as "racist" in an attempt to shut them up but Rachel Alexander says that weapon is very easily turned against them if one were to be that sort of person
Rising debt means a weaker dollar: The coronavirus pandemic has merely accelerated what was already happening: America's debt continues to mount. Stefan Gleason argues that Americans are beginning to notice...and be worried
Iran marks national Nuclear Day, signaling defiance of the United States: This past weekend marked the annual Iranian celebration entitled National Day of Nuclear Technology, and not surprisingly it was basically a nose-thumbing exercise aimed squarely at the United States, reports Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall
India ignores media preaching on ‘net zero carbon’: Duggan Flanakin argues that first-world ‘experts’ have no business chiding nations, such as India, that prefer prosperity over poverty
Saving pollinators from an imaginary bee-pocalypse: Honeybees are doing OK, days Paul Driessen, despite varroa mites, the COVID-driven economy and other problems
American education: Child indoctrination, struggle sessions and debt slavery: If you've ever wondered why American political and social culture seems to have taken a hard left-wing swing in recent years, simply look at the education system and its supporting components, writes Sam Jacobs
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at the long struggle of Western Canada for a serious voice in Ottawa
Resurrection Sunday: What is truth?: For most Christians the Easter weekend is the most sacred time of the calendar and Charlotte B. Cerminaro briefly discusses whether the events as described could have happened
Inflation pressures building: There has been much talk recently about a growing threat of inflation in the American economy -- no surprise given all that's been going on, argues Jp Cortez
Christian conservative GoFundMe alternative under attack: Christian fundraising web site GiveSendGo is under attack for allowing, among others, a Kyle Rittenhouse fundraiser, reports Rachel Alexander
Biden administration: Be careful on Iran deal: The Biden administration seems very eager to sign a deal with Iran but Slater Bakhtavar argues that the United States should be pursuing another strategy altogether
EPA’s totalitarian assault on America: Duggan Flanakin says the Environmental Protection Agency is using phony “transparency"? and “dialogue"? to target auto racing, then all fossil fuel use
The false claim that Israel is bound to lose either its Jewish or Democratic identities: Critics of Israel have argued for decades that the country will eventually become a majority Palestinian nation and it needs to change its policies now for lasting peace but Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser attempts to throw cold water on that argument
It takes big energy to back up little wind and solar: Depending on weather-dependent energy for jobs and living standards takes money, resources, argues David Wojick

May 2021

Donald Trump’s spectacular legacy failure: An illegitimate federal judiciary: When Donald Trump was elected president back in 2016 many conservatives expected him to name originalist judges to the bench. Dr. Lester Jackson argues that Trump failed in that mission
Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2021 (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at some of the differences in society, politics, and culture between the US and Canada
Memorial Day — An orphan's Medal of Honor: Mark Alexander reports on one Medal of Honor winner who came from humble beginnings before rising to heroic service and ultimate sacrifice
AZ Secretary of State Katie Hobbs is out of control on ballot audit: Efforts to investigate alleged irregularities in the 2020 elections continue in several states, reports Rachel Alexander, but they face opposition from powerful people like Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs
Iran: “The Prophecies of Khomeini and Khamenei on the Elimination of Israel Are Coming True"?: Iran continues to support Israel's enemies -- particularly Hamas -- and believe they are making great progress at the country's ultimate destruction, write Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Dr. Shimon Shapira and Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall
A viable alternative to Chinese minerals hegemony: Duggan Flanakin looks at the long and winding road to building a Free-World rare-earths supply chain and reducing reliance on China
How totalitarianism rhymes throughout history: Czechoslovakia, China, & Venezuela: Anyone who believes that the United States -- and other free nations -- can't succumb to communism aren't students of history, argues Sam Jacobs
“Third parties"? in Canada – updated to 2021 (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at the left-wing New Democratic Party (NDP)
Things that go bump in the night: Being afraid of things that go bump in the night is fairly common, writes Charlotte B. Cerminaro, but the cause of that bump isn't always a terrifying creature
Weaponized lawlessness: The political and cultural left is using violence in order to slowly take over the United States, says Robert T. Smith, and it's up to the majority of Americans to either fight back or face the long-term consequences
It's the ChiCom virus, stupid!: Mark Alexander argues that pandemic litigation and liability should be directed at Red China -- which in case you forgot was the genesis of COVID-19 despite that no one wants to talk about it anymore
U.S. government finally acknowledging UFOs, thanks to Republicans: Whether or not you believe in UFOs -- or at least where they come from -- Rachel Alexander believes that you can thank Republicans for finally bringing to light some important information
Iran works to ignite an Intifada in Judea, Samaria, and Israel: Palestinian Authority officials have belatedly realized that Iran is less concerned about Palestinians and more interested in having Hamas takeover the territory in its ongoing war against Israel, argues Yoni Ben Menachem
Our side needs to stop falling for fake news: It was a Republican president who essentially coined the term "fake news" but Rachel Alexander argues that it is the right that seems to fall for false stories more often these days
“Third parties"? in Canada – updated to 2021 (Part Three): Mark Wegierski continues his series by looking mainly at “third parties"? in politically fertile Western Canada
Here we are: Dr. Robert Owens argues that America's victory in the decades long Cold War against the Soviet Union eventually proved to be its undoing and there's only one way to right the ship
How the left plans on putting boots on the ground to subdue Middle America: In any war, argues Selwyn Duke, in order to achieve final victory you have to have soldiers on the ground and pacify your enemy -- and the political left has been doing just that over the past decade
Notes from the back row: The artist's dilemma: People love to think that artists tend to enjoy lives of excitement and glamour but Charlotte B. Cerminaro argues that for many there comes a madness with the endless pursuit of elusive perfection
Who is behind the disturbances in Jerusalem?: The ongoing violence between Palestinians and Israelis in Jerusalem was pre-planned and far from spontaneous, argues Pinhas Inbari
Systemic leftist indoctrination of America's next generation: Mark Alexander argues that "Critical Race Theory" and "equity" are the Left's reeducation camp catch words and they’re molding the next generation to hate liberty
“Third parties"? in Canada – updated to 2021 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at “third parties"? in Quebec as part of his series on third parties in Canada
The left’s fascination with junk science: The political left loves to tar conservatives as being anti-science but Rachel Alexander argues that it's liberals that seem to have a preference for fake science
When “a little corruption"? in Mexico goes too far: Anyone who believes that corruption is only a part of the political system in Mexico, rather than the what the system is actually based on doesn't understand the full scope of the issue, reports Duggan Flanakin 
What the Fed doesn’t want you to know about inflation: Inflation is on everyone's mind these days thanks to rampant spending and seemingly uncontrolled printing of dollars but there's more to the story, writes Stefan Gleason
Morocco’s battle against Islamic jihadi terrorism: Most people wouldn't consider Morocco a battleground but Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah reports that the small African nation is making a name for itself with an increasing flow of jihadists seeking to take down the kingdom and countries around the Middle East
Nationalism vs. patriotism: What's the difference and why it matters: To hear most people, including those that should know better, the terms "nationalism" and "patriotism" mean essentially the same thing. Sam Jacobs wades into these deep waters in response
“Third parties"? in Canada – updated to 2021 (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at the Reform Party of Canada
Democrat dystopia: Democrats always promise utopia to minority communities, writes Robert T. Smith, but have only ever delivered dystopia
Examining the Polish-Canadian community on the 230th anniversary of the Polish Constitution of 1791: Mark Wegierski presents a piece co-authored with Pola Kojder, which was rejected by The National Post (Toronto), and The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
'Capitol Insurrection' v. Burn, Loot, and Murder riots: Mark Alexander argues that if not for double standards, at least when it comes to riots, Democrats would have no standards at all
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif’s leaked tape: Revolutionary Guards and Soleimani sought to control Iranian diplomacy: A recently leaked interview with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reveals the out-sized role that the Revolutionary Guards play in Iranian foreign policy decisions
Materials Acquisition for Global Industrial Change (MAGIC): Joe Biden apparently relies on an adherence to the climate crisis creed and belief in MAGIC to transform the USA and the world, argues Paul Driessen

June 2021

Memo to Joe: Crime is a criminal problem: Mark Alexander has a message for the American president: The surge in violence is the direct result of Democrat urban policies, not a "gun problem"
Looking back forty-five years at a 1976 game about U.S. civil conflict – exploring social alternatives through eclectic media (Part One)
: Mark Wegierski looks at Minuteman: The Second American Revolution
The truth: Biden is supposed to deny himself communion
: Catholic Democrats love playing the game of claiming they're good members in standing who take communion while simultaneously standing against everything the Church stands for, argues Selwyn Duke
The left’s clever use of ‘Karen’ as a derogatory name
: "Karen" is a popular way to describe the type of person, typically a woman, who would be the kind to ask for the manager but Rachel Alexander argues that it's actually a tactic the left uses against women who express an opinion
Central banks to keep buying gold
: Although the US Federal Reserve has been moving away from gold for years, writes Stefan Gleason, other world banks are planning on buying up the precious meta
The Gaza War 2021: An overview: Amb. Dore Gold goes into the ideological and historical roots of the recent conflict that was fought by Israel and Hamas in Gaza last month
Cape Town and Dubai battle over Africa’s energy future
: Duggan Flanakin reports that a major skirmish between the African energy industry and other groups could determine the outcome of Africa’s fight for energy freedom
Big Tech's viral vax blackout
: Mark Alexander contends that Big Tech doesn't want anyone questioning Big Government when it comes to almost any accepted orthodoxy about the COVID-19 pandemic, including its origins and alternative treatments
Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2021 (Part Four)
: Mark Wegierski looks at the weakness of Canadian conservative infrastructures
Death by bureaucracy
: - Dr. Joel Hirschhorn's Pandemic Blunder: Fauci and Public Health Blocked Early Home COVID Treatment raises some awkward questions for government, the medical community and ultimately Dr. Anthony Fauci himself, writes Steven Martinovich
Blaise Pascal's Fixed Point: A Mathematician's observations
: Blaise Pascal was chiefly known for being a brilliant mathematician but Charlotte B. Cerminaro says his observations of human nature are just as insightful
Godfather of color revolutions: Is George Soros the most dangerous man alive?
: George Soros is often portrayed as a generous benefactor of many noble causes but Sam Jacobs says behind many anti-American and anti-freedom causes you can usually find George Soros and his financial resources
As predicted, inflation increasing under Biden just like under Carter
: It only took six months of a Biden administration, writes Rachel Alexander, for inflation to make its return and no one should be surprised by that
Is Russia going to provide Iran a spy satellite and what are the implications?
: Thanks to Russia, Iran is radically upgrading their spy satellite capabilities and Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser argues that the U.S., Israel and their Arab allies need to act
Biden's 'right wing extremist' delusion
: Were Capitol Police Officers set up by government agencies more worried about public image than officer safety, asks Mark Alexander, and then abandoned?
Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2021 (Part Three)
: Mark Wegierski looks at mass education and mass media in both the United States and Canada
Uncommon common sense
: Everyone has their own mental list of what is common sense knowledge and what perhaps doesn't meet that definition. Robert T. Smith presents a list he thinks makes...ahem...sense
Arizona reverting to the wild west as cattle rustling allowed to thrive
: Corruption, loosened laws and crime have combined create a new era of cattle rustling, reports Rachel Alexander, and no one in government or law enforcement are willing to do a thing to stop it
Break Hamas’ “Gaza-Jerusalem"? equation
: Israel must break the idea that Hamas can dictate the rules of the game in the ongoing struggle over the Gaza Strip, argues Yoni Ben Menachem
Bankers, insurers and activists assault our freedoms
: Duggan Flanakin argues that climate elites demand that we meekly and obediently accept their diktats and restrictions -- at the price of the freedom of Americans
The legal war: Hamas’ war crimes and Israel’s right to self-defense
: Israel is being heavily criticized for its recent actions against Hamas but Amb. Alan Baker argues that under every international law that exists, what Israel is doing is legal and what Hamas is doing is terrorism
Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2021 (Part Two)
: Mark Wegierski looks at multiculturalism and varied types of “affirmative-action"?-type policies in Canada
Timeline: Exposing the ChiCom virus cover-up
: Mark Alexander decides to Trace the deadly serial viral deceptions propagated by Democrat politicians and their Leftmedia propagandists over the COVID-19
Why are Red State governors using Democrat public relations agencies?
: Rachel Alexander wants to know why Republican governors continue to insist on using liberal advertising agencies like MMGY NJF when they have their choice of more centrist or conservative-leaning agencies
Pat Buchanan: The thinking man’s principled conservative
: Sam Jacobs is an unapologetic fan of journalist and pundit Pat Buchanan, a man who has made his mark on American politics and responsible for more change than you might think
Follow the science, at least on nutrition
: Even if we hew to politicized science on COVID-19 and climate, asks Paul Driessen, can’t we do real science on food?

July 2021

Biden’s dangerous inflation denials: Last week US President Joseph Biden admitted that prices have risen sharply over the past year but that inflation wasn't out of the ordinary. Stefan Gleason respectfully disagrees with him
The long defeat -- Where the Canadian Right went wrong (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the years 1972-2002 for the conservative movement in Canada
Republicans Becoming the Party of Youth, Democrats the Party of Older People: The GOP used to be stereotyped as the party of rich old white guys but Rachel Alexander argues the data suggests the Republicans are actually the party of the young
Gen. Mark Milley should resign or be fired: Mark Alexander argues that Gen. Mark Milley, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is a threat to the American Constitution
The USCP officer who killed Ashli Babbitt: There is nothing preventing the USCP from releasing the full investigative report with the name of Ashli Babbitt's shooter redacted, says Mark Alexander
The long defeat -- where the Canadian Right went wrong (Part One): Mark Wegierski begins another series on Canadian politics
Red herring argument: The KKK agrees with you: Rachel Alexander says that Democrats love lumping conservatives and the right wing as a whole in with racists just because there are some negative elements on the right -- and they certainly ignore their own foibles in that regard
A U.S. consulate for the Palestinians should be on Palestinian territory – Not in Jerusalem: The Biden administration has announced that it intends on opening an embassy to the Palestinians in Jerusalem, something that Amb. Alan Baker believes is a mistake
Another Biden Administration eco-con: Mr. Biden will “preserve 30% of our land” – and blanket America with wind, solar and landfills, argues Paul Driessen
Lebanon stands at the abyss: Lebanon is about to collapse politically and economically -- if it hasn't actually done so already -- and Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah says the international community needs to act
Looking back forty-five years at a 1976 game about U.S. civil conflict – exploring social alternatives through eclectic media (Part Three): Mark Wegierski completes his look at Minuteman: The Second American Revolution
Money laundering,  mafia and drug cartel accusations in Arizona’s cattle theft scandal: You might think that cattle rustling is something out of old cowboy movies but Rachel Alexander says it's still a thing and in Arizona the forces involved are both terrifying and familiar
Popular culture, political lobbying and global manipulation: Opinionated hysteria and fundamentalism weighed in the balance: When it comes to the big issues of the day -- such as climate change -- Charlotte B. Cerminaro says everyone has an opinion, sometimes flamboyantly so, and any ideas of compromise and real knowledge are tossed out the window
Pelosiville and the great Demo-Dump exodus: Biden, Harris, Pelosi, and Schumer want to drag all of America down to the level of their socialist rat holes, argues Mark Alexander
Futile fusion research: Robert Hirsch and Roger Bezdek argue that we must stop wasting money on tokamak fusion, and use if for programs with promise
Sorry leftists, you haven’t destroyed Trump’s popularity: The political left and the media -- assuming we aren't repeating ourselves -- tried their best to destroy Donald Trump so that he could be cast out of polite society. The problem? It didn't work, says Rachel Alexander
Looking back forty-five years at a 1976 game about U.S. civil conflict – exploring social alternatives through eclectic media (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at Minuteman: The Second American Revolution
John Wayne: The forgotten history of “The Duke”: It is very likely that if John Wayne existed today he would quickly be cancelled and out of work but there is a reason why The Duke is still a legend today, writes Sam Jacobs
The Democrat architects of white supremacy: Mark Alexander argues that Democrats are the historical architects and political beneficiaries of systemic racism
Israel’s unique public diplomacy dilemma: Israel's recent battles with Hezbollah and Hamas in recent years have saddled the nation with a unique problem: Adequately defending itself in the court of public opinion, says Amb. Alan Baker
Real threats to planet and people: Paul Driessen argues that totalitarian actions in the name of ‘climate change’ threaten wildlife, people and freedoms and far more dangerous than the supposed ill itself

August 2021

Biden's blowup: Back to the future of Islamic terrorism: Mark Alexander says on the eve of of the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11, Joe Biden has re-seeded al-Qa'ida's terrorist turf
The Afghan withdrawal: Far more painful than heroin withdrawal: The Taliban proclaimed that they "defeated a great power" by retaking Afghanistan but Greg Strange argues that the US wasn't defeated by the Islamists but rather it simply defeated itself
George Grant’s children -- lament for Canadian lives: Mark Wegierski expresses pessimism about the future prospects of Canada
Top Arizona catholic high school mandates COVID-19 vaccine, masks: One of Arizona's prominent Catholic schools has mandated masks and vaccinations, something that doesn't make sense given the situation in the state, says Rachel Alexander
Will the U.S. currency regime fall?: US authorities didn't see the Taliban taking over Afghanistan so quickly and they aren't seeing the troubles in the American economy, argues Stefan Gleason
This is manifestly not Andy Rooney: A few minutes with the high cost of inaction: The fall of Afghanistan occurred because those in charge refused to listen and consider the available information and Charlotte B. Cerminaro says another human tragedy is occurring for the same reason
After the Taliban victory: An alliance of moderation for the Middle East: The fall of Afghanistan means that moderate nations in the Middle East -- Israel and her Sunni neighbours -- need to work together, says Amb. Dore Gold
Battle of Appomattox: Understanding General Lee's surrender: Sam Jacobs looks at Battle of Appomattox Courthouse, the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and contrasts the attitudes of the North and South to each other after the war to the cultural temperature of today
Trump's biggest blunder — Anthony Fauci: Mark Alexander believes that keeping and empowering Anthony Fauci is the fatal error that cost Trump a second term — and cost our nation irreparable damage
The long defeat -- where the Canadian Right went wrong (Part Five): Mark Wegierski suggests routes to revival for conservatism in Canada
My troubling COVID vaccine story experiences: Selwyn Duke has heard some recently troubling stories from friends who've received a COVID vaccine and he argues that people have good reason to be wary of joining that club
Reading about your travel destination has been taken over by wokeness: It used to be when you did research on the next trip you were planning on taking you would learn a little about food, weather, amenities and the local culture. These days? You'll be lectured about woke progressivism, says Rachel Alexander
Iran is testing all boundaries: Iran has been expanding its military capacity -- both conventional and asymmetrical -- in an effort to put pressure on Israel as well as the United States, reports Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser
Socialist Venezuela to slash six zeros from its failed currency: Precious metals prices have taken a bit of a hit recently but Mike Gleason argues that they are still an excellent hedge against the real danger of hyperinflation
We can’t do it on our own: You can't be a passive passenger through life, writes Dr. Robert Owens, and that means accepting that there is something greater than yourself
Europe’s ‘unprecedented manmade floods’: Paul Driessen attempts to separate myth from reality about extreme weather events today and over the centuries
Biden’s infrastructure bill part of green new deal, jacks up debt: That America's infrastructure badly needs upgrading is beyond doubt but US President Joe Biden's bill is more interested in "green" initiatives and gimmicks, argues Mike Gleason
The long defeat -- Where the Canadian Right went wrong (Part Four): Mark Wegierski asks, just how liberal is Canada today?
The Great Reset: The global elite's plan to radically remake our economic and social lives: Many people dismissed talk of the "Great Reset" as little more than right-wing conspiracy talk but Sam Jacobs says moves are underway to install the agenda and move society towards a decidedly collectivist path
The Border Patrol’s failure to protect our border exposed: - Rachel Alexader reviews Ed Ashurst's Kidnapped: Mystery and Collusion in the Bootheel of New Mexico, a fictional tale of a kidnapping by narcos and a Border Patrol as corrupt as the gangs in Mexico -- a story that has some reality to it
Political hacks concoct excuses for their inflation: Inflation has been rising lately in the US, writes Clint Siegner, and the usual suspects are making excuses for its existence and what will solve it
Pelosi's histrionic insurrection inquisition: The Capitol Police budget is $100 million more than the entire Detroit PD budget. So why were they unprepared for a protest in January, asks Mark Alexander
Can we stop with the “indigenous” bit already?: The "indigenous" agenda has been pushed fairly hard recently -- particularly in Canada -- but Selwyn Duke believes that activists aren't pushing restoration of a culture, but rather the importation of a political philosophy
Don’t just live be alive: Living just to pass the time isn't much of a way of living, writes Dr. Robert Owens, and having a deeper purpose -- including a spiritual component -- pretty necessary
Why every functional society needs fear of God: Many atheists have what could charitably be described as a shallow understanding of why devout Christians believe in doing the right thing and that's often because of a fear of God, says Selwyn Duke
CALVID, not COVID, is the teal threat to Arizona from California: People and business are fleeing California thanks to that state gradually turning into a Second World nation but they're bringing those liberal beliefs that ruined their former home to their new ones, argues Rachel Alexander
The long defeat -- Where the Canadian Right went wrong (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the failure of three-time Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Casualties in the 2021 Gaza War: How many and who were they?: There was a lot of misinformation during the recent war between Israel and Hamas, argue Eli Nirenberg and  Lenny Ben-David, including who and where the casualties were
Examining the Polish-Canadian community on the 77th anniversary of the tragic Warsaw Uprising of 1944: Mark Wegierski presents another piece co-authored with Pola Kojder and examining the relatively recent history of Poles in Canada

September 2021

The Iranian nuclear threat is not years away – it is now: Determining how far Iran has progressed in developing nuclear weapons is a bit of a guessing game but Amb. Dore Gold believes that the country is further along than most would think and the time for action may be soon
Fifty-five years of Star Trek – a cultural vector and Hollywood cash-cow (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks again at various aspects of Star Trek’s liberalism and notes some real-world parallels
Biden paves path to mandatory vax passports: Joe Biden's government mandates regarding COVID-19 are just one small step behind his corporate mandates, says Mark Alexander
FDA panel member on COVID “vaccines”: “Heart attacks happen 71 times more often….”: At least one member of an FDA panel looking at vaccines believes that one of them increases greatly your chances of having a heart attack, reports Selwyn Duke
Conservatives need to stop viciously attacking each other: Conservatives, particularly those of the Catholic faith, have their hands full with issues to deal with so Rachel Alexander doesn't understand why they spend so much time attacking each other
Data study: 18 months of ammo sales during a pandemic, protests, and the Biden presidency: It's no secret that ammunition supplies have dried up and prices have risen sharply. Sam Jacobs takes a look at the numbers and explains how and why
Corruption at the Fed: Are America’s money masters engaged in self-dealing?: The US Federal Reserve generally is viewed, at least by those who don't pay attention, as an above-board operation but Jp Cortez says a few of its senior personnel may not be above a bit of corruption
$1 trillion coins instead of more federal debt?!: Republicans and Democrats are once again posturing over the issue of raising the debt ceiling -- and make no mistake, it will be raised -- but the long term effects are being ignored, argues Stefan Gleason
When Afghan nation-building, did we remember the mandatory pig roasts?: The United States went into Afghanistan to topple the Taliban and bring liberty to a people. Instead, writes Selwyn Duke, it attempted to institute Western "ideals" about gender roles
A quick glance at fashion, cosmetics, and cosmetology in Poland: In this whimsical piece, Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, eighteen years ago
Brnovich is running for the U.S. Senate and the left is terrified: Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is running for the Senate in that state and all Democrats are beginning to run scared thanks to his solidly conservative credentials
Just get the shot and shut up: Greg Strange is adamant: He is not a conspiracy theorist. That said, the fact that the medical establishment seems completely hostile to alternative treatments to COVID-19 is beginning to make him question the narrative
Prayer: A one-way conversation, or a communion with our Creator?: People of faith have wondered for years about what value prayer actually has. Charlotte B. Cerminaro believes that the act of praying may actually fill a deep need for human beings
Disastrously, Lebanon does not follow its usual script: Lebanon is officially a failed state, argues Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, and the only game in town these days is terrorist group Hizbullah
What consequences do Chinese citizens face as a result of recent technological changes?: China may be one of the biggest tech markets on the planet but its government seems determined to lock down every ability of the country's citizens to live a life free from constraint and surveillance, argues Crofton Lee
Competition among consumers?: Sofia Ferrer takes issue with Paul Krugman's assertion that consumer spending is a balm for economic issues when the answer actually lies in what makes capitalism work
Iran and the Taliban: Bitter enemies or potential partners: Will the Sunni Taliban and Shiite Iran cooperate, asks Amb. Dore Gold, now that the U.S. has essentially fled Afghanistan?
Fifty-five years of Star Trek – a cultural vector and Hollywood cash-cow (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the less and more liberal aspects of Star Trek, especially in Deep Space 9 and Voyager
Politics against people and medicine in the race for a novel coronavirus cure (Revised): The public is constantly hectored to "listen to the science!" when it comes to COVID-19 but Charlotte Cerminaro argues that politics long ago took over the narrative in the search for a cure
This is how far left-wing state bars are now going to destroy conservatives: Prosecution: State bars have had a history of targeting conservative lawyers but lately they've decided to escalate their attacks, reports Rachel Alexander
Game theory and the Blackmailer’s Paradox: Robert J. Aumann's Blackmailer's Paradox describes perfectly the path Israel has taken in order to reach deals with its enemies and that has to stop, argues Lachlan Black
The story of silver’s future as money is yet untold: When most people think of precious metals of money they immediately imagine gold but Stefan Gleason believes that the future story of silver as currency has yet to be told
Confronting yet another indoctrinating school year: Paul Driessen says critical race theory, mask and vaccine mandates, and more increase the need for stress relief
Did Deep State purposely mess up the Afghanistan withdrawal to damage the Biden administration?: America's withdrawal from Afghanistan was so incompetent and messy that Selwyn Duke wonders if that was the plan the whole time
Twenty years since “9/11”-- the “Fall of Rome” and the “Decline of the West”: Twenty years since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Mark Wegierski offers a sharp analysis, for the “9/12” crowd
Fifty-five years of Star Trek – a cultural vector and Hollywood cash-cow (Part One): Mark Wegierski begins his article series on Star Trek
The Afghanistan disaster — Trump or Biden?: The leftist blame-Trump spin, particularly from the mainstream media with a little help from Joe Biden, is an outright lie, opines Mark Alexander
The hidden costs of war and inflation: Along with the sad pictures of Americans being airlifted out of Afghanistan -- not to mention what the Afghanis will be going through under the Taliban -- Jp Cortez says the war exacted a heavy economic toll on the United States
The left is doing while we're complaining and entertaining: While the right is busy whining and complaining about everything, says Rachel Alexander, the left is making inroads into all aspects of life because they're actually doing things to advance their agenda
Fed Chairman doubles down on loose money as inflation rages: Despite the rosy pronouncements from the US Federal Reserve, argues Mike Gleason, America's inflation situation is in a precarious position and policies promoting loose money will only make it worse
Woke companies must wake up on ESG: Paul Driessen says prevailing ‘ethics’ models ignore vital energy, environmental, labor and human rights issues

October 2021

The “equality” blues: Feminists cry foul when boys’ netball team wins girls’ tournament: Feminists apparently only ever believe in "equality" when it benefits women, writes Selwyn Duke, not when it reveals an uncomfortable truth
Debunking the postmodern musings of Professor Matthew McManus (Part 3): Can a grassroots populist movement save Canadian conservatism?: J.R. Werbics wraps up his series on leftist academic Matthew McManus with a look at Canadian conservatism and what he believes is necessary for the movement to once again grow
Community and identity in late modernity – updated to 2021 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the discourse of decadence, whether socialization determines people entirely, and “global civil society”
Why a ‘Back the Blue’ #WalkAway Republican is about to become Seattle’s next City Attorney: It says something about a Democrat nominee in Seattle that even the city's newspapers have lined up behind a Republican candidate for City Attorney, reports Rachel Alexander
Fact v fiction: The ChiCom virus vaccine and hospital deaths: It's not a "pandemic of the unvaccinated" as people like Joe Biden maintain, says Mark Alexander, but if you aren't vaxxed, caveat emptor
Jeff Cooper: The forgotten history of Lt. Col. Cooper and his impact on combat readiness: It's almost impossible to understate the impact that Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper had on the firearms community, argues Sam Jacobs, including combat handgunning and ammunition
Democrats still embrace their slavemaster roots: The Democrat Party -- party of slavery, segregation and the Klan -- now runs eco-slavery operations, says Paul Driessen
An emboldened, super-funded IRS to target bank depositors: The IRS -- and other government agencies -- are moving to essentially take total control of the American banking system as part of that "Great Reset" you keep hearing about, argues Stefan Gleason
Community and identity in late modernity – updated to 2021 (Part One): Mark Wegierski begins his sociological-type look at current-day society
Righteousness + force in America: The trap of righteous activism coupled with state power: In a more honest era a conqueror -- whether military or political -- justified their actions as simply wanting what they wanted. These days, writes Sam Jacobs, force is cloaked in righteousness
The end that wasn't: The parallel between COVID -19 mRNA vaccines and Mary Mallon (aka Typhoid Mary): Many experts predicted that the COVID-19 pandemic would largely be over at this point but here we are, 18 months into it, with no end in sight. Charlotte B. Cerminaro has a theory as to why
The Biden/Fauci vaxxing mandate wrecking ball:  "The Science" surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has fallen victim to the Democrats power agenda, argues Mark Alexander
Prices rising as new dangers point to hard assets: Americans don't need to be told by reports that inflation is exploding and Mike Gleason expects that it's going to get a lot worse further down the road
Codifying the collapse of the Demos' Russian collusion conspiracy: Mark Alexander argues that it was an entirely fabricated political lie scripted by Clinton, Obama, and their Leftmedia sycophants
Debunking the postmodern musings of Professor Matthew McManus (Part 2): Unravelling a mystery: What is postmodern conservatism?: J.R. Werbics continues his look at academic Matthew McManus’s work The Rise of Post-Modern Conservatism and it's attack on conservatism
Fifty-five years of Star Trek – a cultural vector and Hollywood cash-cow (Part Five): Mark Wegierski wonders where the future of Star Trek – and of the real world – is headed
Study finds sexuality fluidity exploration can change attraction: A new study in the Journal of Human Sexuality suggests that many people are able to change which gender they're attracted to, something that is doubtless going to provoke outrage, reports Rachel Alexander
A record? Twitter has had me “under suspension” for six months: Selwyn Duke's Twitter account has been under suspension for half a year while the platform "investigates" a tweet he made about singer Cardi B -- perhaps a record for any user of the social network
The 3D printing revolution and how it will transform our society and economy: 3D printing is still in its infancy, says Sofia Ferrer, but once that technology matures and becomes affordable to the masses it promises to irrevocably change everything
Yes, we can “trust” the Fed, Secretary Yellen: A temporary agreement on the debt ceiling last week "saved" the US from debt default but Mike Gleason says Americans can't trust the US Federal Reserve or Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen
The U.S. government plans to default on debt the dishonest way: At a certain point the amount of debt that the US has piled up over the decades will become unsustainable -- if it hasn't already -- and the inevitable will happen, writes Mike Gleason
Debunking the post-modern musings of Professor Matthew McManus (Part 1): Exposing the pseudo-intellectualism of a radical progressive: If you've never heard of Prof. Matthew McManus you probably would be part of a large community. J.R. Werbics begins the first of a three-part series to introduce the academic to you
Examining the Polish-Canadian community on the 65th anniversary of the Polish October (1956): Mark Wegierski presents another piece co-authored with Pola Kojder, which was rejected by The National Post (Toronto) and The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Fifty-five years of Star Trek – a cultural vector and Hollywood cash-cow (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at Star Trek’s very enthusiastic fans, and at various “alternative-Treks”
Stop investing your money in corporations that fund progressives: Conservatives are increasingly being negatively targeted by businesses and Rachel Alexander argues that it's time for the right to actively put its money where its mouth is and only support conservative-friendly companies
What will the Chinese government do to solve the coal shortages in Northwest China?: China is beset with economic problems these days -- particularly a slowing economy and debt -- but Crofton Lee says the communist giant is also facing a severe shortage of coal
Don’t waste time or money on Silent Earth: Paul Driessen says this new book is just another junk-science screed against modern civilization and technology

November 2021

The spread of Iran’s malign activities: Very quickly, report Wade Ze’ev Gittleson and Lenny Ben-David, Iran has spread its influence around the world -- even to Africa and parts of Europe -- and established itself as an ideological partner to groups and entire nations
Community and identity in late modernity – updated to 2021 (Part Seven): Mark Wegierski points to certain dilemmas of current-day Canadian multiculturalism
The right’s love affair with Kyrsten Sinema and the elephant in the room: There are a lot of Republicans white knighting for Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema these days and Rachel Alexander says they need to take a deeper look into the position that she's championed throughout her political career
Unsaid: Joseph Rosenbaum might have committed suicide-by-Rittenhouse: Why did Joseph Rosenbaum attack Kyle Rittenhouse when the young man was clearly armed with a semi-automatic rifle? Selwyn Duke posits that the man may have actually been seeking to commit suicide
Will the anointed experts get it wrong again?: Stefan Gleason says your investment strategy should be that the experts clearly have no idea what's going on and any guidance they provide should be suspect
Kyle Rittenhouse did not get a fair trial: Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty this past week but Selwyn Duke argues that no one can fool themselves into thinking that he actually received a fair trial
The verdict is in: Communist revolution is the only solution!: Greg Strange hasn't many kind things to say about either Republicans or Democrats in the wake of the Rittenhouse prosecution and what the left is doing to essentially start a civil war
Community and identity in late modernity – updated to 2021 (Part Six): Mark Wegierski looks at the question of nations’ evolution over time – and if modernity rather than premodernity is more prone to genocide
Ascent of the socialist Democrat authoritarians: The rapid emergence of authoritarian tyranny under Joe Biden is an ominous affront to Liberty ... but not the greatest threat, argues Mark Alexander
Frank Herbert’s Dune and current-day reality: Mark Wegierski examines the sociopolitical implications of Frank Herbert’s masterwork Dune
Project Veritas’s James O’Keefe is not the only conservative wrongly targeted by the feds recently: A Democrat in the White House means only one thing: Increased persecution of conservatives by various bad actors, reports Rachel Alexander
"The fire of genius in the discovery and production of new and useful things": Reforming the U.S. patent system: The US patent system is in need of serious reform, argues Molly Hardwick, and the country is paying a steep price for its inefficiencies
Will the Senate confirm a Marxist to oversee the U.S. currency system?: It's not getting much press, shockingly, but US President Joe Biden's nominee for Comptroller of the Currency is someone who wants to nationalize the country's banking industry, says Mike Gleason
Coming out of a coma in the time of COVID: The final season of The Walking Dead is currently airing and Greg Strange imagines what it would be like if someone went in to a coma in January 2020 and woke up today
New directions for conservative ideas -- a sketch of future possibilities: Mark Wegierski offers advice to the Conservative Party of Canada after their September loss at the polls
Community and identity in late modernity – updated to 2021 (Part Five): Mark Wegierski suggests a dialogue among different definitions of community and identity today
Don’t reward Airbus’ criminal behavior with a military contract: European aerospace firm Airbus has been tied to corruption across the world and ties to the Chinese government specifically and yet the United States may still award the company with a billion dollar contract, says Rachel Alexander
Louis L'Amour: America's prolific western novelist: Sam Jacobs pays tribute to and explores the life of American novelist Louis L'Amour, a man who understood the west and its appeal more than most
Sri Lanka turmeric shortage: Starting last year Sri Lanka began to experience a major shortage of the spice tumeric, used in many of that country's traditional dishes, and not surprisingly the government acted and made it worse, writes Maggie Draper
The miracle on the Han River: It would surprise people to know that South Korea actually was once poorer than it's northern communist sibling but it pursued policies that has made it the economic powerhouse it is today, says Donovan Chong
Crossroads: The United States, says Robert T. Smith, stands at a fork in the road in which it is presented with the options of attempting to return to its founding mission or descend straight into collectivism
Community and identity in late modernity – updated to 2021 (Part Four): Is current-day society ruled by a liberal oligarchy, asks Mark Wegierski – and are there similarities between conservative and social democratic critiques of the system
Virginia voters restore their state motto: Kamala Harris stated, "What happens in Virginia will in large part determine what happens in 2022, 2024, and on." Mark Alexander agrees very much
Hit the courts and fight hard! Without vote fraud, Ciatarelli wins New Jersey hands down: It should be no surprise, writes Selwyn Duke, that New Jersey is once again the scene of some hanky panky when it comes to a high-profile election
Selling freedom to the loudest bidder: A modern-era Hundred Years War: Since the rise of Marxism, argues Charlotte B. Cerminaro, there has essentially been a war against those who actively resist the lies of the ideology and its
David Marshall Williams: The true history of "Carbine Williams": There is a lot of myth about David Marshall Williams -- better known as "Carbine Williams" -- and Sam Jacobs peels them away to tell the true story of the noted gun designer
Fed admits failure on price stability, doesn’t care: Fed chair Jerome Powell essentially admitted last week that he had failed to hold the line on prices ... and also essentially admitted that he didn't really care either, reports Mike Gleason
Lethal carbon-imperialism in Glasgow and DC: Paul Driessen argues that climate alarmists intend to keep poor nations energy-deprived, impoverished, jobless and dying  
A distributed capacity for violence: A brief history of weapons technology and political power: There's been plenty of talk recently about political unrest leading to revolution in the United States and Sam Jacobs take a look at the history of what he refers to as a "distributed capacity for violence" and what that means today
Community and identity in late modernity – updated to 2021 (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at questions of the particular vs. the universal, and at the morality of nations
When I'm a Moth: The character and destiny of Hillary Clinton: Back in 1969 Hillary Clinton spent a brief time working in at a fishery in Alaska and not much is known about those days. Thomas M. Sipos reviews When I'm a Moth, a fictional account of that period
Decrease in marriage continues a spiraling wave of problems, and churches are AWOL: The institution of marriage is rapidly collapsing with marriage rates falling fast and children born out of wedlock racing far ahead of those born within and most churches aren't doing very much about it, writes Rachel Alexander
Central planners clinging to hope that inflation is “transitory”: While there is still some hope amongst investors that the spectre of inflation will disappear at point, Mike Gleason says that all signs are pointing to that not happening
China must stop its return to socialism if it wishes to continue its rate of economic growth: Of late China has been imposing more socialist controls on its economy -- in an apparent attempt to tamp down debt and ostensibly environmental issues -- and it's leading to some big problems in their economy, says Crofton Lee
Delivery service -- A substitute for in-person sales: Whatever else that COVID-19 has wrought on the world, Maggie Draper writes, it has at least made the delivery of goods and services to Americans far more efficient and less expensive
Europe’s energy crisis better wake America up: If it doesn’t manage to do that, writes Paul Driessen, activists and governing classes will destroy middle class jobs, families and lives

December 2021

Iran accelerates its space program as it prepares a ballistic missile for a satellite launch: Not many seem to be taking notice but Iran has made big strides in its space program, so much so that they're actually preparing to launch a satellite, reports Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall. Students of history should know what that really means
Examining the difficult situation for conservatives in Canada: Mark Wegierski offers some suggestions for Canadian conservatives
Here comes the Demos' J6 anniversary party: Rioting Capitol jackasses are fancy fodder for Nancy Pelosi's "insurrection" theater, writes Mark Alexander, as the January 6 anniversary is only weeks away
A skeptic's guide to the universe: All is not as it seems: It's one of the, if not the most, sacred stories of the Christmas season and Charlotte B. Cerminaro is always amazed by it and other things in life
Can two per cent of Elon Musk’s wealth solve world hunger?: Recently Time Magazine's recently crowned Person of the Year was the subject of a news story that claimed a mere fraction of his wealth would significantly reduce world hunger. Trevor Stepp takes a close look at that claim
Hey, UPenn “Trans” swimmer “Lia” Thomas, I’m on your side!: Transgender swimmer Lia Williams recently raised hackles when "she" bragged about the ease in beating women in the pool. Selwyn Duke comes with a tongue-in-cheek defence
Fed way behind curve, real rates to remain deeply negative: The US Federal Reserve is talking like it wants to deal with inflation but Mike Gleason argues that its actual actions show that it's still only willing to engage in half measures
Are you ready for nuclear war over Ukraine?: Tensions between Ukraine and Russia have escalated recently and not surprisingly politicians in the United States have hinted broadly that they favour the potential of entering the military fray, says Selwyn Duke
Biden v. Putin: The Ukraine cage fight: Tag-team tyrants Russia and China know that US President Joe Biden is a pushover over issues like Ukraine and Taiwan , writes Mark Alexander, so brace yourself America
Examining the Polish-Canadian community forty years after the declaration of martial law in Poland (December 13, 1981): Mark Wegierski presents another piece co-authored with Pola Kojder, which was rejected by The National Post (Toronto) and The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Expansionist Iran is the Pearl Harbor of the Middle East: Amb. Dore Gold says that if everyone listens to each other and acts against a very real threat, another Pearl Harbour won't happen again
Selected verse memorializing forty years since the declaration of martial law in Poland: Mark Wegierski reaches way back into his archives
Three black men frame white men for a crime: Actor Jussie Smollett was found guilty last week of fabricating a hate crime back in 2019 but Selwyn Duke believes everyone has forgotten is that he and his two confederates essentially attempted to frame white men for the hoax assault
The real climate and health crisis: Paul Driessen argues that anti-fossil-fuel climate policies favoured by environmentalists and politicians do nothing but increase energy prices, blackouts and death tolls
Tucker Carlson is wrong on Chris Cuomo and brotherhood: Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson recently stated that while what Chris Cuomo was wrong for assisting his brother in dealing with sexual misconduct allegations, it was understandable given that he was helping family. Selwyn Duke says Carlson is utterly wrong
How the left turns anyone leading the right into fringe extremists: The Alinsky playbook when it comes to dealing with conservative politicians has been the favored liberal tactic for years: ridicule. Rachel Alexander says that the right needs to push back
Community and identity in late modernity – updated to 2021 (Part Eight): Mark Wegierski criticizes the so-called “rainbow coalition” approach, but also rejects a “unimodal” view of community
A skeptic's guide to the universe: On the presence of good and evil, and the meaning of life: Those who describe themselves as skeptics, whatever the matter may be, often pride themselves on being smarter than the next person and attempt to deride and attack their beliefs. Charlotte B. Cerminaro argues that it is quite possible to be, for example, a person of faith thanks to careful thought and analysis
Video: The COVID con is the ’76 Swine Flu fiasco on steroids: Selwyn Duke happened to see a video from a 1976 episode recently from 60 Minutes which reported on adverse reactions to a vaccine for swine flu and was struck by how much things had changed
Why Britain declared the Hamas movement as a terrorist organization: Britain finally declared Hamas to be a terrorist organization -- a better late than never move -- and Yoni Ben Menachem says that it will have a significant impact on the group given how much money is raised in that country
A new coat of paint: You may have noticed that Enter Stage Right looks a little different this week -- for the first time in decades -- and editor Steven Martinovich explains the move for a slightly updated look


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