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California's reparations scam: Michael Jackson's kids would get payouts: California was never a slave state but that isn't preventing them from wanting to dole out billions of dollars to African-Americans over the country's past sin. Horace Cooper doesn't think much of the idea

Indict the 'Trump/Russia Collusion' conspirators: Clinton/Comey/Brennan: A report released last week found that the FBI "discounted or willfully ignored material information that did not support the narrative of a collusive relationship between Trump and Russia" and Mark Alexander says someone needs to pay for that

Durham Report thoroughly debunks Russiagate conspiracy, proves agencies are weaponized against political enemies: The Durham Report proved, if anyone had any real doubts, that America's federal agencies have been weaponized against anyone who doesn't have a D next to their name, argues Rachel Alexander

On the 335th anniversary of the Glorious Revolution -- the historical significance of the English Civil War (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at economic/class, country/urban, and "ethnic" divisions in the conflict

Hi, Mom! and the masochism of the white liberal: Thomas M. Sipos says that 1970's Hi, Mom!, directed by Brian De Palma and starring Robert De Niro, was a perfect satire of the woke politics of its day...and today

On the 175th anniversary of Marx and Engels Communist Manifesto (1848) (Part Two): Mark Wegierski continues his series on whether Marx can be re-interpreted as a critic of late modernity

Saudi-Iran rapprochement and Saudi-Israel normalization: No contradiction intended: News that Saudi Arabia and Iran were talking put the fear of many that the kingdom was reversing course on its traditional Middle Eastern policy and also turning away from its growing relationship with Israel. Dr. Yechiel M. Leiter isn't worried about either

Regarding Biden's 'gun ban' agenda, first let's ban alcohol!: Mark Alexander wonders why Joe Biden strenuously avoids identifying the real root cause of the epidemic of violence in America...

On the 335th anniversary of the Glorious Revolution -- the historical significance of the English Civil War (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at political, dynastic, and territorial allegiances in the conflict

It's Congress's turn to address Chase's discriminatory banking practices: Chase Bank tells everyone that they don't discriminate against religious and conservative groups but Scott Shepard says the evidence says otherwise

Ben Pleasants exposes Hollywood hypocrisy on Stalin: Ben Pleasant was a rarity in Hollywood -- a playwright and a libertarian -- and Thomas M. Sipos explores the man his play which threw back the covers on the entertainment industry and its love of communism

On the 175th anniversary of Marx and Engels Communist Manifesto (1848) (Part One): Mark Wegierski asks, can Karl Marx be re-interpreted as a critic of late modernity?

New 'Daughters of the West' documentary exposes how the transgender movement is especially hurting girls: The transgender movement is having a deleterious effect on children in general but a new documentary shows young girls may be hardest hit of all, reports Rachel Alexander

Central banks join rank-and-file villagers in exiting the dollar: Every day we're told that the US dollar remains the unassailable benchmark in the financial world but Jon Forrest Little argues that the actions of many of the world's central banks don't appear to support that

Treasury Secretary panics: 'Economic chaos will ensue': Not surprisingly, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has announced that if the federal government's debt borrowing isn't raised that the world will end. Stefan Gleason has some thoughts on that

When strength, moral clarity, resolve, and humility prevailed: Mark Alexander ruminates on the timeless lessons of Ronald Reagan's 1977 template for the New Republican Party and why they're needed today

On the 335th anniversary of the Glorious Revolution -- the historical significance of the English Civil War (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the religious divisions in the English conflict known as the Glorious Revolution

How the legal system was abused with lawfare to convict the Proud Boys for J6: Several Proud Boys were recently convicted for criminal acts related to January 6, 2021 and Rachel Alexander describes the trial as little more then a show trial

Behind the scenes of J. Neil Schulman's Lady Magdalene's: This week Thomas M. Sipos takes a look at libertarian sci-fi author J. Neil Schulman's 2008 directoral debut Lady's Magdalene's, starring Nichelle Nichols

Epic fail as Fed chairman Powell claims banks safe & sound: US Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell maintains strenuously that the American banking system is rock solid...while bringing another rate hike. Something doesn't add up, writes Mike Gleason

Hizbullah is working to elect a "puppet" president in Lebanon: Iran already has plenty of influence within Lebanon thanks to terrorist groups it actively supports but Yoni Ben Menachem says the Persian state is also trying to essentially take the presidency of the nation as well

Why Democrats must defend deviancy: Mark Alexander reveals the reason Democrats have to expend enormous political capital defending deviance, including child groomers and mutilators

It's time to move to a National Popular Vote in order to combat election fraud: The United States -- and the right -- need to start entertaining the idea of a National Popular Vote to combat election fraud. And the best part, argues Rachel Alexander, is that no changes to the Electoral College or constitution are needed

On the 335th anniversary of the Glorious Revolution -- the historical significance of the English Civil War (Part One): Mark Wegierski introduces a new series on the very historically important Glorious Revolution of 1688 that took place in England -- one that continues to resonate even today

Brad Linaweaver: Profile of a Hollywood libertarian: Brad Linaweaver was a rarity in Hollywood, an honest to goodness libertarian. Thomas M. Sipos examines the talented man and his career

Lead me not into temptation: People pray that they are not led into temptation but Dr. Robert Roberts argues that temptation can only come from within and we're responsible for both that and fighting it

The political left's failed history continues with electric cars: The political left has a long and bad history when it comes to promoting initiatives and Kathleen Wells argues that electric cars are simply the latest example of that

Your taxes at work: 'eco-anxiety' counseling for federal workers: Paul Driessen reports that climate doomsayers and cancel culture are working to justify counseling for bureaucrats' climate grief

Does the recent Jordanian smuggling incident reflect a dangerous development with Amman?: Harsh words, and some very dangerous actions, has Israelis wondering if their long-standing peace treaty and friendship with Jordan is coming undone, write Amb. Alan Baker and Lenny Ben-David

Rather than restoring soundness to the dollar, senators seek to debase the nickel: America's penny is now so worthless that it costs more to produce one than it's worth...and that goes for the nickel as well. Politicians are not surprisingly calling for the later to be made even cheaper. Stefan Gleason has some thoughts on the matter

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