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The war within the GOP: If the Republican Party continues to move away from conservatives, writes Alan Caruba, he may very well become an independent and vote for the most available Tea Party candidate in November

Tradition and ecology: Mark Wegierski explores some of the affinities between traditionalist and ecological thinking

Chapter Forty-Two of Keeping Score In America: "The Pursuit of Bliss": The idea of bliss and its attainment -- and its polar opposite -- inform Michael Moriarty's essay this week

Hollywood's real heroes: If you compare and contrast the men and women that Hollywood produces today versus those of yesteryear, writes Lisa Fabrizio, its not hard to see there are few heroes today

Yes, America did build that: The key contribution of America to the rest of the world was the concept of limited government restrained by the law, writes Dr. Robert Owens

The crisis in the peace talks was pre-planned by the Palestinians: The breakdown in peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority wasn't much of a surpise to Jonathan D. Halevi who was expecting the PA's latest move

Five takeaways from the GM safety debacle: General Motors' recent safety issues proves yet again that the company is broken and Obama administration officials are in part to blame, argues Dr. Peter Morici

Long live the Republic!: America is arguably a nation in decline but David M. Huntwork believes there is still no better place to live and no country more worth fighting for

You might be a conservative if...: Last week Mark Alexander provided a handy list to determine if you were a liberal. This week he provides the same service to his fellow conservatives

Israel's relationship with the UN Human Rights Council: Is there hope for change?: Michal Navoth chronicles the recent history of difficulties between Israel and the UN's Human Rights Council

A war of wills: Agenda 21 can be crushed: The UN may be proceeding with Agenda 21 but Jane Gaffin believes that the war against centralized totalitarianism isn't quite over

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