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More wars for peace will not bring peace: Call him an isolationist if you will but Dr. Robert Owens believes that the United States should return to its traditional role of avoiding foreign wars and securing the homeland

Board wargames – an introduction (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at some near and distant relations of historical boardgames

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Forty-Three: The Soros/Obama Omelette: A report on a recent Clinton Initiative Conference which starred some familiar faces prompts Michael Moriarty to revisit the influence of billionaire George Soros

TPP: Unfair to American workers, consumers, and companies: Dr. Peter Morici and Rep. Curt Clawson argue that the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership will help Asian workers at the expense of those in America

What really drives Obama's destructive Mideast policy?: The Obama administration has taken a fragile situation in the Middle East and completely smashed it to pieces. Why? Selwyn Duke believes he has the multi-faceted answer

Is Russia plotting to bring down OPEC?: That Russia has interceded in Syria to support its ally Bashar al-Assad but Dalan McEndree believes Vladimir Putin may also be acting to protect his country's troubled energy industry

Putin's airstrikes in Syria undermine NATO, destabilize Middle East: Dr. Peter Morici argues that Vladimir Putin's military excursion into Syria has effectively undermined NATO and given Russia the means to extend its influence in the Middle East and Europe

Why conservatives elected to Congress turn into moderates: A good number of Republicans sound like Tea Party members during their campaigns and then become anything but...Rachel Alexander explains why many of the GOP turn into moderates

Israel, God's Glory: What Hope Ishmael?: Part 1, Divine Prerogative: Debra Rae explores the biblical story of Ishmael and Isaac, sons of Abraham, and reflective of what's going on in the world and the Middle East to this day

The Gulag Archipelago: Is Solzhenitsyn's grand opus a vision of our future?: The anti-intellectualism that marked the Soviet Union has found a home in the United States and Charlotte Cerminaro wonders if Americans have woken up in their own gulag?

Welcome Home, Lt. Bonnyman: An American hero who lost his life in war returned home recently after seven decades and Mark Alexander pays tribute to him

Three campaigns that may save your life--if the government permits: Richard E. Ralston reports on three therapies that could save lives but are being held up by the Food and Drug Administration for further and seemingly endless testing

A conversation … or a lecture?: Pope Francis and all of us could learn a lot from an actual conversation on energy and climate, argues Paul Driessen

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