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They serve at the pleasure of the president: Dr. Robert Owens believes that a ferocious left will succeed in launching impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Fourteen: American Traitors Crying “Treason!”: The onslaught on Donald Trump -- from both Democrats and Republicans -- and Michael Moriarty's history with the Clinton administration inform the actor's column for this week

Cdn pol Brian Mulroney and the failure of Canadian conservatism in the 1980s (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the importance of the media and several key weaknesses that Brian Mulroney suffered from as a politician and prime minister

Techno-leap to balancing & rationing Earth’s resources: In a brave new world of mind-expanding possibilities, Part 2: Debra Rae concludes her two-part series on how a technocracy is aiming at replacing much of the world's capitalism-based economics with nothing more than disguised collectivism

U.S. shale is immune to an oil price crash in 2017: Oil prices may be causing grief to groups like OPEC but Tsvetana Paraskova says analysis shows that the U.S. shale industry should continue to be solid

Government punishes disfigured combat vet thousands of dollars - for working: Rachel Alexander reports on the case of Ellis “Jerry” Majetich, a decorated veteran of several wars and a man whose government has taken aim directly at him

A proposal for a Trump initiative for the economic development of the West Bank and Gaza: Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Dr. Shimon Shapira and Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah believe the Trump administration should help create a situation where economic development of Gaza and the West Bank can happen

The failed Soviet experiment with ‘free love’: Most associate the concept of "free love" with late-60s America but Petr Svab reports that not long after the October Revolution the Soviet Union had its own catastophic experiment with the notion

Dr. Dao’s loss was our gain: Former United Airlines customer Dr. David Dao may have suffered some physical and mental pain but it would appear the rest of America is making out well thanks to his sacrifice, writes Michael R. Shannon

They’re coming to steal your gold – oops, “Watergate”: The story of last week was the firing of FBI Director James Comey, prompting equal amounts of outrage and happiness, and Daniel M. Ryan has some thoughts about what happened

My pilgrimage, Chapter Thirteen: Shoot It Black, Shoot It Blue: Michael Moriarty's starring role in 1974's Shoot It Black, Shoot It Blue is a well-regarded piece of existentialism, a philosophy he most certainly doesn't buy into today

Cdn pol Brian Mulroney and the failure of Canadian conservatism in the 1980s (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the importance of the federal bureaucracy

Torpedoes sink ships: The drum beats for war are ramping up -- pick your target -- but Dr. Robert Owens says that Donald Trump must resist the pressure to put the United States into another conflict

Techno-leap to balancing & rationing earth’s resources: In a brave new world of mind-expanding possibilities, Part 1: A technocracy is aiming at replacing much of the world's capitalism-based economics with nothing more than disguised collectivism, argues Debra Rae

Obama officials admit to receiving ‘unmasked’ intelligence reports during election campaign: Questions have been raised on whether spying was politically motivated, and who leaked classified information to The Washington Post, writes Joshua Philipp

Five clean energy innovations that could transform our world: Not all clean energy technologies are pie-in-the-sky fantasies. Zainab Calcuttawala looks at five inter-related technologies she believes could actually fundamentally change the world

Land, energy and mineral lockdowns: Paul Driessen argues that too many oil, gas, coal, rare earth and other vital resources are still off limits and the Trump administration needs to act

Kim Jong-Un’s war strategy: Kim Jong-Un seems to be seriously straining the patience of both nominal allies and outright enemies -- so what's his game plan? Daniel M. Ryan explores what the dictator might be thinking

My Pilgrimage: Chapter Twelve: Diane Keaton: When people discuss the actress Diana Keaton, writes Michael Moriarty, they often ignore her sublime genius as an actress to focus on what Francis Ford Coppola referred to has her eccentricity

Cdn pol Treason and patriotism in Canada and the current-day world (Part Six): Mark Wegierski asks if Quebec is the real enemy of traditional Canada

Republican strategy: Retreat from victory: Republicans control the White House and Congress and yet they somehow continue to keep losing in advancing a conservative agenda, writes Dr. Robert Owens

Fix the trade deficit or risk another financial crisis: The United States has a huge problem with its continuing trade deficits, argues Dr. Peter Morici, and it needs to be addressed sooner rather then later

Is a man competing on a woman’s team a sex offender?: Men and boys are in increasing numbers competing on teams for women and girls and Michael R. Shannon says its a situation that needs to be fixed

Christian movie effort being censored online?: Producers hoping to make a movie to attract millennials to Christianity are finding their efforts are being stymied online, reports Rachel Alexander

Sinai Bedouin aligning with Egypt against ISIS: In its battle against ISIS, one of the main difficulties facing the Egyptian army has been the absence of accurate intelligence. This may soon be resolved due to a series of missteps by ISIS involving Bedouin tribes, writes Yoni Ben Menachem

Big Oil betting on electric vehicles: Eventually demand for oil will begin to flatten and perhaps even fall, something that Jon LeSage says is seeing the oil companies exploring the world of electric vehicles

UNESCO’s latest resolution on Jerusalem: Much of the same: Last week's UNESCO resolution calling Israel an "occupying power" in Jerusalem and demanding an end to projects aimed at altering 'character and status of the Holy City' was entirely predictable, writes Amb. Alan Baker

Alternative sentencing of illegal immigrants creates ‘unequal justice system,’ says expert: Brooklyn and Baltimore prosecutors are attempting to game the justice system to avoid illegal immigrants from being sentenced to crimes that would see them eventually deported, reports Charlotte Cuthbertson

Refocusing a Chicago water summit: Paul Driessen says proposed EPA budget cuts have activists in dither over wrong issues and imaginary problems

Rough and tough: President Trump’s first hundred days: Donald Trump's first 100 days in office has seen the maverick billionaire grow into the role and create a little optimism, argues Daniel M. Ryan

Trumped for a hundred days?: J.K. Baltzersen examines the first 100 days of Donald Trump's presidency and says so far it's been a mixed bag of good and bad

War does not bring peace: The drumbeats for war against Iran, North Korea and whomever seems to be getting America's goat is a temptation that must be avoided, argues Dr. Robert Owens

My pilgrimage, Chapter Eleven: The New World Order Confederacy’s Sweet Smell of Success: President Donald Trump is fighting a civil war -- whether he knows it or not -- against an enemy determined to destroy the United States, says Michael Moriarty

Cdn pol Treason and patriotism in Canada and the current-day world (Part Five): Mark Wegierski looks at the situation in Canada

Time to act in Syria: Slater Bakhtavar argues that America needs to actively oppose the regime of Bashar al-Assad and assist Syrians in reclaiming their nation

Fidel’s Cuba leaves indelible scars: For whatever openness that Cuba is slowly embracing, there continue to be millions of victims of its communist authoritarianism. Charlotte Cuthbertson reports the story of Jesús de León, one of those souls

It’s not the heat; It’s the sensitivity in global warming: Michael Shannon attend a recent conference on global warming held by the Heartland Institute and found a group in good spirits

Why good economics matters now more than ever: The American social and political scene is roiling in controversy and issues these days by Jp Cortez says one is more important than all of the others

Christians are the least judgmental people: Christians have long carried the stigma that they are judgmental people but Rachel Alexander believes that the reality these days shows something far different

U.S. Army — Courageous Men of faith and character need not apply: Dr. Mark Green's nomination as secretary of the Army should be approved by the Senate without reservation, argues Mark Alexander

Ignorance, intolerance, violence: Paul Driessen says environmentalists are using junk science marches, ignorant professors, resistance and violence to drive public policy

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