Enter Stage Right - A Journal of
Modern Conservatism
for the week may 25, 2015

archive | site map | submissions | e-mail | colophon

> Anti- gun control sweat shirts, t-shirts, mugs and more!
> ESR T-shirts, mugs and mouse pads and more!


Colonial American History
Written for non-historians Dr. Robert Owens' new book is a handy easy-to-read condensed look at Early American History!
Order today at Amazon.com

Minimum wage protest

Fixing income inequality without the minimum wage: Anyone expecting to raise the fortunes of the less well-off by raising the minimum wage is going to be disappointed, argues Dr. Peter Morici

Who owns Canada? (Part Six): Mark Wegierski now looks at the Atlantic region, which has an ambiguous relationship with Ottawa

Memorial Day 2015: Today marks the day Americans are asked to honor the sacrifices of their nation's soldiers -- past and present -- and Alan Caruba has some thoughts on war and peace

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Twenty-Four: The Thinning Thread: Barack Obama, and a predecessor, remind Michael Moriarty of television program The Americans in how they view the world

The eternal optimist: Dana Perino's And the Good News Is...: Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side is an unfailingly positive account of her life in- and outside of the White House, says Steven Martinovich

GOP presidential candidates tricked into flip-flop on Iraq War: Given the catastrophy occuring in Iraq it was safe to say that the GOP presidential candidates could all safely criticize Barack Obama on that issue...well, they could until recently, writes Rachel Alexander

The lessons of the Syrian chemical weapons discovery: The recent discovery undeclared Syrian chemical weapons and the lack of a Western response carries big ramifications, says Brig.-Gen. Yossi Kuperwasser

I'm standing with Pat: Pat Buchanan may have fallen out of favour amongst many conservatives but Dr. Robert Owens believes the outspoken commentator still have a lot to offer the conservative movement

Wounded Warrior warning: Questions have been raised lately about how the Wounded Warrior Project has been spending its money and Mark Alexander decided to investigate

Stupefying generations of Americans: The American education system has deliberately dumbed down several generations of citizens, writes Alan Caruba

Meet the Bill Maher from the right who is changing entertainment: Rachel Alexander profiles Evan Sayet, that rarity of rarities, a conservative comedian and former writer for Bill Maher

View recent articles from the past four weeks
or go to our archive

Canadian Politics
Drug War
Election 2011

Election 2012/2008

Mark Wegierski
Property Rights
Taxes & Budgets

Enter Stage Right, the articles, title logo and images contained therein
are, unless otherwise specified, the property of Enter Stage Right
and/or their respective authors. All rights reserved. 1996-2015
Read our
Privacy policy here

http://www.enterstageright.com - ISSN 1488-1756