January 2019 - December 2019

January 2019

The myth of the media: Politicians and pundits are fixated upon the media and their perceived importance for "getting the message out" but Bruce Walker believes that conservatives need to pursue a different line of thinking
America’s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Nine: The Bipartisan, New World Order Treason: Before Michael Moriarty moves on to the next American president to examine -- Barrack Hussein Obama -- he needs to address a really big idea that still threatens to destroy America
Looking back twenty-five years at a 1994 game and magazine about U.S. civil conflict (Part Two): Mark Wegierski continues his examination of 1994 political board game Crisis 2000: Insurrection in the United States!
And now a word from our sponsor about “toxic masculinity”: Gillette's recent commercial which lectured its customer base about "toxic masculinity" has Greg Strange examine the thought process behind the concept and why men need to fight back against this and all such campaigns
Why term limits lost and ranked choice voting will succeed: Two major reforms focused on deciding how and how long people would serve in elective office started back in the 1990s and Michael R. Shannon says we shouldn't be surprised which one has essentially won
What President Trump should say in his State of the Union Address: US President Donald Trump has delayed his State of the Union speech so Dr. Lester Jackson has amended the proposed speech that he suggests the president should deliver
The left isn’t stopping at merely censoring the right’s free speech: Rachel Alexander points out something that few apparently noticed during the MAGA hat/Nathan Phillips incident and it speaks to a new tactic by the political left
The ultimate irony of the 'Native American Elder' and the MAGA hat kids: It's probably not a surprise that Selwyn Duke wasn't impressed by Nathan Phillips, his claims of racism and his general appreciation of leftist politics
The Leftmedia's 'hate' narrative lynch mob: "Mob of white racist MAGA boys taunts noble native warrior"? Mark Alexander explains what really happened at the Lincoln Memorial and why
Huge backlog could trigger new wave of shale oil: Nick Cunningham reports that there are lot of drilled but uncompleted wells in the American shale oil patch and that could add a lot of new supply and make forecasting more difficult
Saved by pseudo-renewable energy?: Paul Driessen argues that climate alarmists must prove that expensive, weather-dependent energy is green and sustainable
Reasonable precautions: Environmentalists have grabbed a hold of a normal decision-making principle and used it to attack anything that smacks of progress or presents only the slightest risk of a negative outcome, writes Robert T. Smith
America’s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Eight: Michael Moriarty turns his sharp pen towards the second Bush that occupied in the White House and notes that there were three words that you never heard emanate from Bush 43's lips
“Third parties” in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at Canada's left of centre/socialist New Democratic Party (NDP)
Here’s what President Trump should say in his State of the Union address: Lester Jackson is not a professional speech writer but we believe that US President Donald Trump would be hard-pressed to deliver a better State of the Union address
Looking back twenty-five years at a 1994 game and magazine about U.S. civil conflict (Part One): Mark Wegierski examines 1994 board game Crisis 2000: Insurrection in the United States! -- one that was perhaps more insightful than readers at the time knew
Does God speak to you?: Call him crazy if you will but Dr. Robert Owens doesn't mind telling people that God speaks to him and he's rather surprised if He isn't speaking to you as well
Watch out for far left presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren: Elizabeth Warren may be selling herself as a moderate Democrat these days, says Rachel Alexander, but her history reveals herself to be nothing less than a member of the far-left
Hospitals guard prices like the CIA guards secrets: The current American health care system is designed purely to maximize cost and Michael R. Shannon says it's time for hospitals to start posting firm prices for procedures if they wish to continue receiving federal money
MLK v the Democrat Party: Mark Alexander believes that Black Americans are recognizing that Democrats have turned the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream into a nightmare
When environmentalism becomes corruption – Part 1: Craig Liukko argues that environmental principles are too often used to stop lawful, responsible, vital land uses
Don’t ban plastic bags!: Hal Shurtlef says people need to learn the facts about plastic versus paper bags – and bag the bans that are sweeping North America, instead
Climate hysterics skyrocket: Increasingly absurd environmentalist disaster rhetoric is consistently contradicted by climate and weather reality, argues Paul Driessen
Nancy’s problem: Nancy Pelosi rode a narrow Democratic majority in November to become Speaker of the House but she also decided to take ownership of solving America's problems -- and that won't work well for her, says Bruce Walker
America’s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Seven: William Clinton next comes under fire in Michael Moriarty's latest series investigating modern American presidents and the decline of the country
“Third parties” in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at “third parties” in Western Canada -- long a hotbed of new parties challenging the existing political order
Arizona Governor’s office was warned about state vendor who allowed woman in vegetative state to be raped and get pregnant: News recently broke of a woman in a vegetative state who gave birth to a child over the Christmas holidays and Rachel Alexander says the governor's office was fully aware of issues involving the health care provider
America at a Rubicon moment & MAGA isn’t enough: America as a concept is understood differently by two broad schools of thought and Michael R. Shannon argues that one of has to win in order to save the Republic
Pelosi's MSM 'wrap-up smear' collusion against Trump: Mark Alexander says it's all about leftists' unquenchable thirst for statist power, and for them, Americans outside the Beltway are just collateral damage in their quest
Funding the Climate-Industrial Complex: Tom D. Tamarkin explains why Big Green energy investors rely on the man-made global warming myth
Meet the mainstream: Last week essentially marked the 10th anniversary of bitcoin -- the crypto-currency that promised a new era in financial transactions -- and its not what it was when it first launched, reports Daniel M. Ryan
America’s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Six: The 28-Year-Old, American Nightmare Known As The New World Order: Michael Moriarty pauses -- for a single week -- his examination of recent American presidents by looking at George H.W. Bush's infamous New World Order announcement
“Third parties” in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Two): Mark Wegierski continues his series with a look mainly at “third parties” in Quebec
Dawn of the debacle: It's a new year and Dr. Robert Owens has some predictions for 2019 and beyond -- and he doesn't predict good news with newly emboldened and empowered Democrats in control of the House of Representatives
Setting the wolf to guard the sheep: Electing the Palestinian Attorney-General to the ICC Nominations Committee for judges: Amb. Alan Baker argues that the selection of the Palestinian Attorney-General to an ICC committee to select judges makes a laughing stock at the notion of an impartial court
A look back at the demise of the mainstream news media in 2018: It was a rough year in 2018 for the mainstream media, writes Rachel Alexander, as traditional outlets continued to be lapped by both upstarts and their conservative competitors
National security debates on the border and beyond: Mark Alexander says two major American national security issues are casting a long shadow over 2019
Oil is at the mercy of financial markets: Oil prices seemingly going up and down at random in recent weeks? Nick Cunningham believes that you can expect that will continue as long as the financial markets are doing the same
Prodding Trump’s EPA to reexamine Endangerment: William L. Kovacs argues there needs to be the use of external pressure to overcome Administration inertia on reviewing Endangerment Finding
Let’s do follow the climate money!: Paul Driessen says that Climate Crisis Inc. gets billions to promote an imaginary manmade cataclysm – but attacks realists who argue otherwise 
Israeli-Japanese friendship: A potential yet to be realized: Israel and Japan may not be a pair you would immediately think of but Shaun Ho believes that the two countries have a great deal to offer each other to realize regional and international desires

February 2019

Countering Warren’s daycare plan: Elizabeth Warren has proposed a national daycare plan that would cost at least $70 billion and further continue the trend children being away from their parents. Bruce Walker has a counterproposal that conservatives should consider
Ji-Min Park: The name Ji-Min Park isn't probably known outside of the world of opera but Michael Moriarty believes that the South Korean tenor should be included on a list of the greatest of all time
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – another reassessment (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at the long struggle of Western Canada for a serious voice in Ottawa
Far left Kamala Harris fast becoming a Democratic frontrunner for president: Kamala Harris is a very far left candidate for the Democrat nomination in 2020 and she's also one of the party's most popular entrants, writes Rachel Alexander
Canada – a country with an attenuated Right (Part Two): Mark Wegierski examines the left-liberal hegemony in Canada today
Another crop of illegals moves north: The secretly funded mass illegal migrant parade is back on, writes Michael R. Shannon, and the latest version is even bigger than last November's impressive total was
Comey/McCabe/Rosenstein: The coup co-conspirators: While the FBI's McCabe deflected blame to DoJ's Rosenstein, McCabe's coup d'etat against Trump is still in motion, reports Mark Alexander
AOC says America should lead the world: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's environmentalist plans are something that Paul Driessen says means committing national economic suicide and sending living standards back to 19th century
Cold outbreaks are not caused by global warming: Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris argue that global cooling – and global totalitarian socialism – are the catastrophes we should fear far more than colder temperatures
How to defeat leftist ‘outrage’: The culture war has seen conservatives be battered repeatedly but Dr. Gregory Slysz argues that victory could be closer than the right thinks and he offers a path that has proven to be both realistic and successful
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – another reassessment (Part Three): Mark Wegierski examines the ever present tensions between Ottawa and Western Canada, especially Alberta
Shirley Horn and Johnny Mandel: Here’s to Life!: Shirley Horn's 1992 jazz album Here's to Life, a recent discovery for Michael Moriarty, declares it to be nothing short of divine and something that could change your life
Canada – a country with an attenuated Right (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the luckless Canadian right-wing in a country which tends to swing towards the left these days
China, Telecom, and Canada's Deep State: The political scandal in Canada surrounding the Liberal government and their alleged dealings concerning multinational SNC-Lavalin has Keith Henderson pondering deeper questions about whose really in charge
Twitter censoring conservatives is worse than it appears: Twitter has been using the ban hammer on conservatives for quite some time and many on the right have or are tempted to abandon the platform. Rachel Alexander argues that is the wrong move to make
Virginia Democrats play last man standing: The state of Virginia seems to be playing a game where the last person accused of racism, sexual harassment or assault will end up as the governor, writes Michael R. Shannon
Red old deal recycled as Green New Deal: Mark Alexander examines the Democrat Party's ruinous "Rainbows and Unicorns Resolution of 2019", promoted by such luminaries like Sen. Edward J. Markey and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
A simple solution to solve legislative gridlock: John Droz, Jr. argues that it’s time to remove some of the powers that nationally unelected political party leaders -- such as Steny Hoyer and Kevin McCarthy -- now have
The Ku Klux Krats: Anyone who is surprised that Democrats are some of the worst racists clearly is not a student of American history -- either recent or in the further past, writes Bruce Walker
The Miles Davis My Funny Valentine Album, Live at Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Center: Michael Moriarty has been listening to Miles Davis' live album My Funny Valentine for the better part of five decades and it still speaks to him today as much as it did in his youth
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – another reassessment (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the role of Toronto, capital of the country's most populous province, in Canadian history
The 2019 SOTU review: A Trump Administration triumph: There is a new opportunity in American politics, if only we have the courage to seize it. Victory is not winning for our party. Victory is winning for our country, says Mark Alexander
What is the State of our Union?: The United States is divided, argues Dr. Robert Owens, with one side wanting a traditional America and the other a globalist utopia. There is one question, however, that needs to be answered
Government (-driven) shutdowns have human consequences: Too many government regulators burden and shut down private sector businesses and jobs, says Paul Driessen
The need to challenge bad art: Mark Wegierski examines the crisis in art today
Meet Claire, a Hillary Clinton supporter: Rachel Alexander profiles Claire Andouille -- a progressive leftist who just wants to make the world a better place and who'll step on who she needs to in order to get it done
Gillette and “Toxic Masculinity” -- Has something been lost in translation, or have we lost touch with reality?: The questions raised by Gillette's controversial "toxic masculinity" ad from last month is one that needs to be asked of both genders, argues Charlotte B. Cerminaro
Why electing leftists is bad for the birth rate: If the state of Virginia is proving anything these days, writes Michael R. Shannon, that unborn babies have a lot to fear if Democrats manage to capture power anywhere
Bank Of America: Oil demand growth to hit zero within a decade: Forget peak oil, Nick Cunningham says in a little more than a decade global demand for oil hit a peak before rapidly declining, thanks largely due to electric vehicles
Keep fraudulent science out of our courtrooms: Paul Driessen argues that courts should bar evidence that fails to meet basic standards of honesty, integrity and credibility
Gov. Northam and the guy who said: Kill people in mixed-race relationships: As the recent scandal surrounding Virginia Governor Ralph Northam illustrates, argues Selwyn Duke, racial controversy largely depends on what you are rather than what you've actually said and done
America’s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Ten: Barack Hussein Obama: Michael Moriarty turns his eye towards Barack Hussein Obama, a man that he says embodies two aspects of the radical American left in recent decades
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – another reassessment (Part One): In his latest series on Canadian politics Mark Wegierski will be examining the tensions between different regions in Canada
Got hope?: In a world where it seems to be that evil is praised and good is derided there is only one thing that a person can do, writes Dr. Robert Owens, and that is to have hope
Private colleges could revive the humanities in Canada: Mark Wegierski argues that Canada needs more private colleges
‘Toxic Masculinity’ is misnamed: Toxic masculinity casts a wide net, whether by accident or design, and allows the political left to treat all men as nothing less than a great evil, argues Rachel Alexander
Mathematical modeling illusions: Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris say that the global climate scare – and the myriad of government policies resulting from it – are based on models that do not work
Demos hate the effectiveness of border barriers: Though Democrats continue to argue the contrary, says Byron York, the evidence is there that border barriers do stop or slow down attempted illegal immigration
We must hope Dr. Soon is right …: And the global warming apocalypse is not nigh, writes Jeffrey Foss, PhD. The real-world evidence certainly supports his contention




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