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When your strategy doesn’t work check your tactics: Following the latest failure of congressional Republicans to kill off Obamacare, Dr. Robert Owens has some advice for the party's leaders and followers

Cdn pol Shades of quickly fading blue -- the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Eight): Mark Wegierski looks at what a reflective conservatism and more thoughtful social democratic ideas may have in common

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Twenty-Three: King Cohen: This week Michael Moriarty travels to Montreal, Quebec to celebrate the work of director Larry Cohen, a man who -- along with Clint Eastwood -- defined his career in the 1980s

Up the creek (But is there a paddle?): Does the Western world actually have any interest in preserving or saving itself? Greg Strange would argue that civilization responsible for so much in the world appears hell-bent on its suicide

Trump falling short on promise to fix trade deficit: Among Donald Trump's many economic promises was to address the growing trade deficit, something that Dr. Peter Morici argues the president has done precious little on

“Gde myaso?” Russian for “Where’s the beef?”: The media continues to promote the alleged connection between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia and continues to find nothing of substance, says Michael R. Shannon

Innocent people are rarely executed: The percentage of people who ultimately receive the death penalty, and are innocent of the charges, is unknown but Rachel Alexander argues that is minuscule compared to what anti-death penalty advocates claim

Trump/Putin collusion: What did they know and when did they know it?: Mark Alexander says conservatives need to counter the most perilous domestic threat to American Liberty: collusion between Democrats and their mainstream media partisans

"Dirty, difficult, and dangerous": Why Millennials won't work in oil: The oil industry will soon be faced with a need for workers after the last of the Baby Boomers retire but they can't seem to interest Millennials in their jobs, writes Tsvetana Paraskova

Tesla battery, subsidy and sustainability fantasies: Paul Driessen argues that more subsidies from exhausted California taxpayers cannot compensate for hard realities of the electric vehicle market

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