January 2023 - December 2023

January 2023

Biden said he was a prostitute. Believe him: Many years ago Joe Biden admitted during an interview, reports Mark Alexander, that he was little more than a prostitute when it came to his career and how he raised money
Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2023 (Part One): A conservative infrastructure in Canada is definitely lacking, says Mark Wegierski
California Bar seeks to disbar Trump attorney John Eastman for nothing: John Eastman is an attorney and one of those who advised Donald Trump following the results of the 2020 election. And because of that second fact, reports Rachel Alexander, he's facing disbarment attempts by the California bar
A Skeptic's Guide to the Universe: On the existence of free will, individual autonomy and belief systems: A recent use of, to be charitable, excessive force by police officers has Charlotte B. Cerminaro exploring the notion of freedom and free will and how they interact with our society...sometimes for the worse
What is righteousness and how do I get it?: How does one get into Heaven? Dr. Robert Owens argues you can't just walk in like it was a restaurant. Rather, he says, you need to be granted access
What are the prospects for normalization between Saudi Arabia and Israel?: Israel has made enormous strides in having good relations with many of its Arab neighbours but the one country that continues to maintain its distance is Saudi Arabia, writes Yoni Ben Menachem
Examining the Polish-Canadian community on the 160th anniversary of the outbreak of the tragic January 1863 Uprising in Russian-occupied Poland: Mark Wegierski presents a piece co-authored with Apolonja (Pola) Kojder
Biden's classified garage docudrama: As the ongoing story over classified documents found anywhere Joe Biden seemingly walked by during the past decades proves, Mark Alexander says that if it were not for double standards, Democrats would have no standards at all
The elite’s obsession with achieving total financial control: Make no mistake: The push for central bank digital currencies to replace traditional fiat money has the ultimate goal of controlling the population and its wealth, writes Clint Siegner
Could Golden Ruble 3.0 knock out the U.S. dollar?: The US dollar remains the world's top currency dog but Jon Forrest Little says that isn't preventing other countries from working to change that -- such as Russia
The internal debate in the Iranian elite over the hijab protest: The ongoing hijab protests in Iran are being met with a monolithic response by the country's regime but Yoni Ben Menachem says there are dissenting voices in the government
Jump!: You might not be able to get into Buckingham Palace simply by asking, writes Dr. Robert Owens, but there is another kingdom that the price of entry is merely to take a leap of faith
Biden officials float $1 trillion platinum coin scheme to monetize debt: No bad idea ever dies, it only waits to resurface at the next crisis. Once again, reports Mike Gleason, an administration is pondering the minting of a trillion dollar coin to deal with a debt ceiling
The left is becoming increasingly similar to the Taliban: There might not be much of a comparison between the ideologies of the Taliban and the political left, writes Rachel Alexander, but a lot of the end results seem to be the same
Vital energy lessons for Virginia and America: Legislators shouldn’t Californicate Virginia or America on EVs and Green Energy, argues Paul Driessen
Second anniversary: The Capitol Police killing of Ashli Babbitt: Mark Alexander says it’s time for a reality fact-check on the whitewashing of an unjustifiable police shooting on January 6, 2020
More citizens and states look to depositories, not banks: The American economy continues to send mixed signals of where it's heading and Mike Gleason states that's prompting people to examine precious metals as an investment
Senior Palestinian official Hussein al-Sheikh lost his status as a possible successor to Mahmoud Abbas: Hussein al-Sheikh was essentially the successor to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas until a meeting in late December, showing yet again that the organization's leadership remains in chaos, reports Yoni Ben Menachem
Why RINOs are RINOs: In Arizona there were a lot of shenanigans surrounding the recent mid-term elections and not surprisingly in the state that John McCain represented for years, plenty of Republicans have sided with Democrats to refute claims of fraud. Rachel Alexander explains why
I’m blessed: Most committed Christians believe it is necessary for them to share their faith with others but many people don't want to appear as pushy when it comes to their faith. Dr. Robert Owens has an answer to their dilemma
About that 'lying dog-faced pony soldier': Mark Alexander says it’s a certainty that you will be shocked to learn there's a big liar in Washington, D.C.
Remembering when gun control was at least remotely rational: There was a time -- not that long ago -- when gun control advocates devoted most of their energies on attempting to ban handguns. That was probably the last time their position made even the slightest bit of sense, argues Selwyn Duke
Free enterprise: The obligated conservative’s perspective: In the battle between capitalists and those who want a more "equitable" settlement between people, says Mark Bard, lies a rather large gulf of philosophy
Over 333,472 Class 2 misdemeanors committed in Kari Lake’s election, but trial court judge shrugged them off: It's hard to tell what's more amazing": the number of irregularities in Arizona's mid-term elections or the fact that the justice system is actively ignoring them, reports Rachel Alexander
Do we have to accept transgenderism if it’s ‘inborn’?: He's already seeing signs that the media and "experts" are attempting to turn transgenderism into something that some people are born with and that opens the door to plenty of danger, writes Selwyn Duke
ESG’s perverse, narrow, fraudulent ethical principles: Paul Driessen argues that the failure of basic fiduciary duties to investors is just the tip of ESG fraud iceberg. Think it doesn't affect you? You have money invested for retirement?
Gold, silver, & platinum had a good year: Precious metals had a relatively good 2022, writes Mike Gleason, and current spending trends in Washington, D.C. will probably mean that having a portfolio that takes that into account will be a good idea

February 2023

No, Joe, It's not the 'first anniversary' of the Russo-Ukrainian War: In the aftermath of US President Joe Biden's visit to Ukraine, Mark Alexander discusses the pros and cons of the proxy war — Putin the Tyrant v. Biden the Appeaser
A brief history of conservative publications in Canada – updated to 2023 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks the state of Canadian conservative publications at the mid-1990s, and beyond
Kurt Vonnegut's Player Piano and the declining dignity of work: Although published back in 1957, Thomas M. Sipos argues that Kurt Vonnegut's Player Piano may as well be chronicling modern day America
As porn gets worse and Democrats embrace it, one newer group has a novel approach to combat it: Addiction to porn is a real thing and the number of people trapped in that psychological hell is growing rapidly as access to it is seemingly ubiquitous but Rachel Alexander reports that one group has waded in to try and help
The phenomenon of Palestinian teen terrorists: The phenomenon of Palestinian teenagers carrying out terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians and members of Israel’s security forces in eastern Jerusalem has reappeared, reports Yoni Ben Menachem
Team Biden's Facebook protection squads: Mark Alexander reports that leftist social media speech suppression at places like Facebook is surging...and he can prove it
Westerners know Trudeau, Singh & Legault harbour unacceptable views (Part 3): J.R. Werbics ends his three part series by embracing John Locke’s definition of freedom for Western Canada & Territories
A brief history of conservative publications in Canada – updated to 2023 (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the Mulroney Years and their aftermath in the beginning of his short history of conservative Canadian publications
Our little barbarians: People have allowed their children to run rampant for years and the end result are generations of kids who act like little more than uncivilized barbarians, argues Selwyn Duke
Return of the man who stopped illegal immigration: One of the key figures in stemm8ng the tide of illegals into Arizona, Andrew Thomas, is back in the public eye -- this time as a writer reports Rachel Alexander
The “Two-State Solution” and the Arab Palestinians: Partition or politicide?: The "two-state" solution is still advanced by many as the fix for the ongoing conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, but Dr. Joel Fishman says that deeper issues make that proposal a non-starter
50% of Americans say “worse off” since last year; sound money rising in the states: US President Joe Biden painted a picture of a rosy American economy that was nothing but job growth and improving finance. Mike Gleason says the average American would take issue with those claims
Westerners know Trudeau, Singh & Legault harbour unacceptable views (Part 2): J.R. Werbics argues that western separation was always a canard and it’s time for a new direction and ideas
Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2023 (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the media and the academy in Canada both in the past and today
The MSM continues its Orwellian whitewashing of the English language in AP Stylebook: The Associated Press recently issued some new guidelines for its journalists and it's filled with the usual politically correct posturing when it comes to language, reports Rachel Alexander
Race and violence: A politically inconvenient truth: Mark Alexander argues that systemic racism, white supremacy, the police, and so-called "assault weapons" are not the problems when it comes to race and violence in America today
Egyptian effort to prevent Palestinian-Israeli escalation ahead of Ramadan: In a story as old as time, tensions are beginning to rise once again between Palestinians and Israelis and this time Egypt has been called in to try and keep the peace, reports Yoni Ben Menachem
This 'wellness check' should be red-flagged!: Mark Alexander presents a recent case study of how the justification for wellness and red flag checks can easily be abused
Westerners know Trudeau, Singh & Legault harbour unacceptable views (Part 1): J.R.Werbics argues that last year’s Freedom Convoy reinvigorated Western Canadian populism and conservatism
Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2023 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski continues to note the lack of an infrastructure or “eco-system” for conservatives
Is America under judgment?: It has arguably been a while since American could be considered "good" -- however one chooses to define that -- but Dr. Robert Owens argues that Christians have better things to do than run and hide
Why are taxpayer-funded tourism agencies promoting radical LGBTQ+ and progressive causes?: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis may have made national headlines in the fight against "the agenda", but that doesn't mean that state agencies aren't still giving money to woke causes and businesses, reports Rachel Alexander
By ending security coordination with Israel, the Palestinian Authority is shooting itself in the foot: The Palestinian Authority recently announced that it would no longer cooperate with Israel in security matters, a move, writes Yoni Ben Menachem, that harms the PA far more than it does Israel

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