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Trump triumph: Now do what you said you would do: Donald Trump's job isn't finished, writes Dr. Robert Owens, he now only has to actually deliver on what he's promised

Righteous blowback: Why Donald Trump Is the Man Of The Current Year: Daniel M. Ryan explores why he believes that Donald Trump won and why the establishment -- perhaps of both parties -- are so befuddled by it

The designer's masterpiece: The old consumer's nightmare: Michael Moriarty is a night owl and does his best work when the sun has set but recently he encountered some difficulty doing so thanks to his new computer

On the 200th anniversary of the founding of the University of Warsaw (November 19, 1816): Mark Wegierski looks at post-secondary education in Poland, based partially on some personal experiences

Coddling millennial snowflakes: Social emotional learning in an era of entitlement, Part 1: The beginning of the Donald Trump era has revealed many of America's youth to be little more than cry-babies who need their blankie, says Debra Rae

The start of the deal: Dr. Peter Morici believes that despite a Trump victory and Republican control of Congress, the president-elect needs to work with everyone to guide a very divided nation

President-Elect Trump — The week in review: Donald Trump has had a busy time since he won the presidential election and Mark Alexander offers his thoughts on what's happened so far

Make money great again: Vote for gold: The president-elect has had some generally positive things to say about gold and Guy Christopher hopes that translates into a brighter future for precious metals

Can Turkey and Israel reconcile?: The path that Turkey takes in the coming years to establish an identity for the nation will likely also decide what happens with its relations with Israel, says Pinhas Inbari

Are the Saudis about to reveal the best kept secret in oil?: Nick Cunningham reports that a potential IPO by Saudi Aramco could reveal information that everyone has been waiting for decades to find out

Pipeline anarchy: Trump win fuels more rampant theft and destruction by the political left and environmentalists – and North Dakota citizens pay the price, writes Paul Driessen

Hit the ground running, and cleaning: Now that Donald Trump is about to assume the presidency, Daniel M. Ryan lays out some big to-do items for the maverick billionaire to get to work on

The Biblical thousand year peace: Michael Moriarty is happy to be in Canada and making a contribution in the Great White North but he's also overjoyed that the land of his birth seems to have returned to sanity

Cdn pol "Third parties" in Canada – a reassessment (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at the New Democratic Party (NDP)

America rising: The United States stepped away from the ledge last week, writes Dr. Robert Owens, there's still plenty of fight in -- and opportunity left -- for the progressive left

Why voters deserted Hillary Clinton: Hillary Clinton didn't lose the election last week for any one reason and Rachel Alexander enumerates a few of the bigger ones

I was 100 percent wrong about Donald Trump: Michael R. Shannon doesn't mind admitting that he was completely surprised that Donald Trump actually managed to capture the presidency last week

We should take our cues from markets -- not politicians: Although the "experts" seemed to not realize what was going on, Jp Cortez believes the markets sensed a victory by Donald Trump was coming

Reflections on the U.S. presidential election and its implications for American Jewry and the State of Israel: American Jews voted in large numbers for Hillary Clinton and are naturally disappointed at a Trump victory and Dr. Steven Windmueller says they have some challenges ahead of them

Giving thanks for the divine intervention that saved America!: The surprise win last week by Donald Trump of the American presidency should be attributed to one being alone, argues John W. Lillpop

Being pragmatic: Difficult, but necessary: Dale Schlundt says that sometimes you're wrong and its a good idea to question the assumptions of what you believe

White reporter contends dark–skinned people can't control themselves: A white reporter recently was arrested for a misdemeanor and essentially argued that minorities were more likely to break the law, reports Michael R. Shannon

Now comes the hard, fun and vital part: Paul Driessen argues that "making America great again" requires deep-sixing punitive energy and environmental rules

Trump can get us the China deal we deserve: Donald Trump needs to bring jobs home and ensure China lives up to fair trade, even at the cost of tariffs, to restore American manufacturing, argues Dr. Peter Morici

The "peak weird" election: What to expect next: Regardless of who wins tomorrow night in America's oddest election in a very long time, our Daniel M. Ryan thinks he knows what's going to happen next

Two Hillary's: Listening to the beautiful music that violinist Hillary Hahn produces while ruminating over the danger that Hillary Clinton poses to America occupied Michael Moriarty for a time last week

Cdn pol "Third parties" in Canada – a reassessment (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks mainly at "third parties" in Western Canada

Trump triumph to dream the impossible dream: Dr. Robert Owens is urging everyone to vote Donald Trump on Tuesday so that Americans can begin to recover from the mistakes of the past

How Democrats promote poverty and inequality: Hillary Clinton may talk a good talk about combating inequality and poverty, writes Dr. Peter Morici, but her party's policies do nothing but grow them both

Missing the connection between politicians and consequences: Michael R. Shannon compares and contrasts politicians in two very different places -- Montgomery County, MD and Gaza -- but finds similarities

Sleazy 'scam PACs' hurt GOP candidates again this cycle with fake fundraising: Rachel Alexander reports that once again some shady PACs, ostensibly set up to help elect Republicans, seemed to be more interested in filling their coffers

How Obamacare intimidates young adults: Were you one of the young Americans who opted out of Obamacare? Richard E. Ralston reports that the president's final gift to you is nothing but a threat

A better alternative to rising healthcare costs: Healthcare costs are set to rise yet again in 2017 but Agnes Tang believes she has an idea that could help Americans

Kowtowing to Kaepernick may have permanently damaged the NFL: The NFL's television ratings and popularity have slipped this year -- the first time that's happened in recent memory -- and Selwyn Duke believes he knows why

Can oil markets survive an OPEC implosion?: OPEC continues to hold meetings and continues to fail to reach any agreements. Nick Cunningham wonders how much longer that can go on

Roundup the corrupt fear mongers: Paul Driessen says that deceit and collusion are driving campaigns to ban a vital, popular, safe, affordable herbicide

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