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Common threads in mass murders: Many are focusing on gun control as a solution to the mass shooting in Las Vegas last week but Dr. Robert Owens wonders if Americans should be looking at drug control instead

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Thirty-One: The New World Order’s Prelude to Its Psychotic Savior: Stephen Paddock's motivations are still being debated but Michael Moriarty suspects he knows why he decided to open fire on his fellow citizens

The Las Vegas shooting reminds us that these actions are in part ideological: Dale Schlundt argues that events like the mass shooting in Las Vegas last week will continue until Americans began promoting regulation -- but not the kind that Democratic politicians tend to fall back on

Democrats politicize Las Vegas before blood even dry: The echoes of the shots fired during the recent tragedy in Las Vegas had barely faded when Democrats went on the attack to promote their agenda, writes Selwyn Duke

The evil in Las Vegas: There is no question about the magnitude of the Las Vegas tragedy, but there are as of yet no answers to questions about the assailant's motives, says Mark Alexander

Dark futures and cyberpunk (Part Two): Mark Wegierski examines a variety of works within these subgenres

Uncle Sam’s F-rated bonds: Republicans and the White House are working on a massive tax cut but Dr. Peter Morici says they should also be paying attention to the horrific size of the national debt

Cdn pol Ten years since the Dziekanski tragedy: Mark Wegierski remembers the incident from October 14, 2007

The left’s most hated holiday: In America it's Columbus Day which means its the annual hate festival by the political left against both the holiday and what they believe it stands for, says Greg Strange

Reporter trying to get Tucson police officer in trouble for viral video on NFL kneeling: Tucson Police Officer Brandon Tatum recently made a video decrying athletes that knelt during the national anthem and that got one reporter to launch a war against him, reports Rachel Alexander

EPA endangerment finding endangers USA: Dennis T. Avery believes that Donald Trump must reverse EPA’s climate change “Endangerment Finding”

The next big offshore boom is about to happen here: Irina Slav reports that a South American country is poised to see an explosion in oil exploration and most likely see great prosperity in coming years -- although it has its competitors

Politicized sustainability threatens planet and people: Paul Driessen argues that “sustainability” drives anti-fossil fuel agendas and threatens wildlife, jobs, and human health and welfare

Iran and Hamas reconnect: Faced with some tough times in recent years, says Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall, terror group Hamas has rekindled its old friendship with Iran and that could mean big changes in the Middle East

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Thirty: East of Eden By John Steinbeck: John Steinbeck's East of Eden, and the film adaptation by Elia Kazan, say much about the fight between good and evil -- particularly in light of world events these days, writes Michael Moriarty

Dark futures and cyberpunk (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the subgenres of "dark future" and "cyberpunk" and their critiques of current-day society

Drain the swamp: Too many people, writes Dr. Robert Owens, on both the political left and right rely on the media for their opinions and apparently haven't discovered the joys of a little critical thinking

The NFL is getting away with murder: Robert T. Smith believes that the continuing protests by NFL players which sees them kneel during the national anthem is a protest against law and order and everything that America stands for

Gold Star Moms v NFL kneelers: The NFL's offensive fake "knee" farce is an affront to American Patriots and our Founding Principles, writes Mark Alexander

Trump's solar tariff confusion creates an opportunity: The American -- and arguably world -- solar technologies market are in a state of flux after a recent court ruling and moves by the Trump administration, reports Irina Slav

What natural disasters should teach us: Steven Lyazi argues that hurricanes, landslides and other disasters show Africans why we need fossil fuels

Funding the arts – or hurricane recovery: With only so much taxpayer cash, says Paul Driessen, what should our priorities be in this year of big hurricanes?

Build the wall, build the wall, build the wall: Dr. Robert Owens thought highly of Donald Trump's speech to the United Nations but he argues that Republicans and conservatives need to focus on the most important issues

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Twenty-Nine: The Patriotic Evangelist: Donald Trump's recent apparent capitulation to Democrats on the DACA program had Michael Moriarty worried but his speech to the United Nations set things right again

Cdn pol Articulation needed for “small-c conservatism” in Canada: Mark Wegierski argues that the case for conservatism has not been well-articulated in Canada

Irma illusions – and realities: Paul Driessen has a simple question: If human emissions made Irma worse, did they also bring the 12-year lull in Cat 4-5 hurricanes?

Trump’s opposition: Nitpick, distort, exaggerate, omit and lie: Donald Trump's opponents haven't really been able to hammer him with one single big issue but they're doing the next best thing, says Rachel Alexander, they're nitpicking him to death

Temple to journalist’s self–regard falls on hard times: Did you know there was a massive museum dedicated to American journalism? If not that's one of the reasons why it's losing money at a titanic rate, reports Michael R. Shannon

Diwali, Lord Rama, and the return of gold from exile: Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains will soon be celebrating Diwali and that means a lot of gold is going to be given as gift, writes Jp Cortez

The railroad dilemma: Speeding into disaster: If Frederic Bastiat were alive today, says Elia Ching, the French economist and author would likely not have many good things to say about California's high-speed rail line

Monumental ignorance — Dumbing down America: At the University of Virginia, moronic identity politics takes precedent over knowledge and truth, writes Mark Alexander

Now it’s a war on pipelines: Paul Driessen argues that efforts to block and sabotage pipelines hurts jobs, economic growth, the middle class and human safety

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