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The 'ChiCom Virus' Pandemic — Year Three: Mark Alexander agues that Donald Trump's irrevocable and fatal political error in his COVID-19 response and recovery strategy was appointing Anthony Fauci as his de facto "public health" strategist

Equity, it’s for your own good?: Equity seems to be the most important word of our times but Robert T. Smith wonders if that concept runs square into conflict with another one: agency

In celebration of twenty years at Enter Stage Right -- Bionote of Mark Wegierski (Part One): Mark Wegierski presents a fairly extensive biography, focusing here on his achievements in the 1960s and 1970s

Jenna Ellis Settles her ethics complaint, saving herself but damaging Trump and election integrity: The courts and law associations continue their war against lawyers who dared to do as little as express support for efforts to question recent elections and earlier this month one settled her case but did harm to everyone else, reports Rachel Alexander

The Axis of Resistance led by Iran threatens Israel during Ramadan: Ramadan approaches and Yoni Ben Menachem reports that Iran and its terrorist proxies have made it clear that they have something planned for Israel during the month

Palestinian teenage terror – Inherently illegal, but does anyone care?: The entire world seems to be turning a blind eye to terror groups in the Palestinian territories grooming children into terrorists, writes Amb. Alan Baker

Cdn pol “Inter-not” -- Has a Canadian right-wing “blogosphere” had an impact on politics, society, and culture in Canada? – updated to 2023 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at some think-tanks in Canada

How the left’s corruption of the courts imprisoned another Republican as a fall guy for the 2008 real estate crash: That many courts and bar associations have been taken over by the left and used those bodies to attack conservatives and Republicans is no secret. Rachel Alexander looks at the case of Mark Andreotti, one person who ran afoul of the politicized law profession

The Democrat Party's 'BIG Lie': Mark Alexander argues that Democrat hacks have excelled at "distorting the truth infamously."

The “trans”-fem debate: The national version of “My wife is always right”: Feminists and trans activists are embroiled in a war of words and many are picking sides. Selwyn Duke, however, has no love for either side and hopes that they both lose the cultural war

Fed Chairman Powell lies to Congress: “The dollar has held its value over time”: US Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell told Congress quite a whopper last week, says Mike Gleason, when he stated under testimony that the US dollar remains strong and has actually held its value over time

Why judges won’t rule there was voter disenfranchisement when it happens to Republicans: Once again judges, including those in Arizona, are mass tossing out any lawsuits arguing that election shenanigans are disenfranchising those who are daring to vote Republican, writes Rachel Alexander

Cdn pol “Inter-not” -- Has a Canadian right-wing “blogosphere” had an impact on politics, society, and culture in Canada? – updated to 2023 (Part One): Mark Wegierski expresses some skepticism

Spark's Tract satirizes environmental extremism: It's been two decades since Jack R. Stevens' novel Spark's Tract was published and did a marvelous job of taking environmentalism down a peg or two. Thomas M. Sipos is pleased to report it was recently re-released

Catch-22: Rate hikes may fuel even more inflationary deficit spending: Fighting fire with fire may work in forests but the same appears to be only causing more government spending, says Stefan Gleason on the topic of Federal Reserve rate hikes

DOD prohibits patriotic American flag displays: Some of the mindless decrees emanating from Biden's luminary Pentagon appointees are just surreal, reports Mark Alexander

Childish beliefs drive lethal energy and agricultural agendas: Paul Driessen argues that US President Joe Biden and environmentalist policies would destroy agriculture, habitats, products and nutrition

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