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Hamas' psychological military strategies against Israel: Militarily Hamas doesn't stand a chance against the Israeli Defence Force but Dr. Irwin J. Mansdorf says that the terrorist outfit has other tools that it can deploy to enormous benefit

Michael Lear: Part Seven: Russia's Eternal Tragedy: Russia has many gods but Michael Moriarty believes that composer Dimitri Shostakovich may be the at the top of the pantheon

Seventy years since the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 – a précis of the role of Poland and the Poles in World War II (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the Uprising, and the aftermath of the war in Poland

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: Special snowflakes and why old-style self-government is so out of reach: In the latest of his series on the world of alternative currencies, Daniel M. Ryan illustrates the gulf that exists between the dreams of libertarians and conservatives and reality

A remarkable 37th president: Four decades ago Richard M. Nixon resigned the presidency in a cloud of scandal. Alan Caruba says despite that there was a lot to recommend the man

Hamas for dummies and dimwits: Harold Witkov takes a tongue-in-cheek look at Hamas, a group that Nancy Pelosi has been reliably told is just a bunch of charitable do-gooders

Emboldened ISIS barbarically slaughtering Christians in Iraq as Obama golfs: ISIS is systematically destroying the Christian community of northern Iraq and it appears that Barack Obama doesn't care

High taxes, abusive enforcement causing businesses, citizens to flee America: Dr. Peter Morici argues that Barack Obama, Congress and the IRS are creating a perfect storm of disaffected Americans willing to flee the country

Libertarian folly: Why everybody is a social-issues voter: Selwyn Duke doesn't have much patience for people who believe that the Republican Party and conservatives in general should only be focused on fiscal issues

The real pandemic threat: BioBombers: The media is awash with stories about the ongoing outbreak of Ebola in Africa but Mark Alexander believes you should be prepared for another threat to the U.S.

The bigger oil story behind the headlines: Interview with Michael Levi: Michael Levi discusses his new book on China's thirst for energy and some things that the media haven't been talking about lately

The hidden "persuaders" of the environmentalist elite: Left-wing billionaires direct and control the environmentalist movement – and your lives, reports Ron Arnold

"Climate-smart" policies for Africa are stupid, and immoral: Paul Driessen argues that Obama-Kerry policies would perpetuate energy poverty, malnutrition, disease and death

Yes, sue our lawless president!: Barack Obama has so routinely lied that many just ignore when it's happening but Alan Caruba believes that some should be taking legal action against the president's misdeeds

Seventy years since the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 – a précis of the role of Poland and the Poles in World War II (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at Poland under German and Soviet occupations

Michael Lear: Part Six: The True America/The True Israel: Nakedness and honesty inform both Michael Moriarty's artistic work Michael Lear as well as how he views the world on every level

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: Jungle rules: Daniel M. Ryan continues his engrossing look at his involvement in the world of cryptocurrencies with the other currencies vying for the spotlight

Stocks could rise another 25 percent: Dr. Peter Morici says a confluence of factors have come together to mean that stocks have plenty more room to grow

Check and mate: Dr. Robert Owens charges that the Obama administration is playing a high level game with illegal immigration designed to aid Democratic fortunes

The U.S. is racist for not paying for every child in the world: With few successes to his record it's apparent that Barack Obama is using children, illegal immigration and amnesty to solidify his place in history

The carbon tax scam: Contrary to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy's recent claim, says Alan Caruba, a new agency plan to regulate carbon isn't an "opportunity" for the United States

The ethanol boondoggle: Ethanol may create fuel that is more "carbon friendly" but Mark Alexander argues that the evidence shows it also imposes a tremendous environmental and human cost in other ways

Jobs growth disappoints, real unemployment hangs at 18 percent: Unemployment in the United States grew in July but Dr. Peter Morici says the reported numbers don't tell the true story of how bad the situation really is

Who's really waging the 'war on science'?: When it comes to attacking climate scientists, the alarmist Left has the market cornered, writes Paul Driessen

The birth of modern conservatism: It was five decades ago this month that a senator from Arizona's words sparked a revolution that continues to reverberate today, writes Bruce Walker

Seventy years since the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 – a précis of the role of Poland and the Poles in World War II (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the beginning of the war, and Poland's contributions to the Allied war effort

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: The altcoin jungle and its pathways: Daniel M. Ryan continues his series on the strange world of cryptocurrencies with look at "altcoins"

Michael Lear: Part Five: Michael Moriarty has lived a long and rather interesting life but he believes that these are the best days of them -- thanks in part to a man he believes can and should lead the United States

Why have a Bill of Rights?: Apart from the obvious answer, Dr. Robert Owens argues that the United States has a Bill of Rights for a philosophical reason

Ryan's entitlement reforms would promote work: Rep. Paul Ryan's proposals for combating poverty in the United States are a rare breed -- they would actually work, says Dr. Peter Morici

A great plan to replace the EPA: A plan to replace the EPA by Dr. Jay Lehr, who also happens to be one of the scientists who called for its creation in the 1960s, has a fan in Alan Caruba

Public utility attempting to buy Arizona elections: An Arizona utility is attempting to fight the encroachment of solar energy and its doing some shady things to win the fight, says Rachel Alexander

Defending liberty: David M. Huntwork argues that it's time for conservatives to get in the trenches and began fighting for the life of the American Republic

The latest Hamas-Israel confrontation -- Some pertinent legal points: Many claims and arguments are being made about the conflict between Israel and Hamas and Alan Baker applies some legal doctrine to them

Helping refugees win their war: Bruce Walker says that ending the flow of illegal immigrants from Central America could be solved with some hard work

The Warren warning: Another day, another millionaire Democrat claiming poverty. Who's the latest poor little rich politician? Mark Alexander says Elizabeth Warren is claiming to be something she's not...again

Killing marine life with ethanol: Ethanol damages your cars, small engines, food budget – and kills Gulf of Mexico animals, says Paul Driessen

As Russia's isolation grows, oil companies caught in middle: Nicholas Cunningham reports that the war in the Ukraine and Russia's not-so-hidden role in it are having negative impacts on oil companies around the world

Galectin Therapeutics: When good news needs to be trumpeted: It came years too late to save his friend but Frank Salvato is pleased that a pharma company named Galectin Therapeutics is making strides in curing cancer and fibrotic diseases

Obama encounters an apex of anger: Barack Obama has managed to do something that very few presidents before him have done: Anger almost every single segment of the American population, says Alan Caruba

Cdn pol What should the legacy of World War I, and its great battles such as Vimy Ridge, be for Canadians?: Mark Wegierski meditates on the war's possible meaning for Canada, 100 years after its outbreak

Michael Lear: Part Four: Michael Moriarty continues laying out the expansive multimedia project that consumes him at this point in his life

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: Set and setting: Daniel M. Ryan has spent the past few years working on the new field of cryptocurrencies and he has a heck of a story to tell in the first of a series

Happy days are here again: Dr. Robert Owens isn't sure whether the American Republic can take any more of the "great" news that the political left is so proud to trumpet these days

Shadowy political organizations making money off conservative candidates: Be careful to what organization you donate money to this election cycle, says Rachel Alexander, because there are some dodgy ones out there

Yellen's denials about inflation will curb Fed's independence: Dr. Peter Morici argues that Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen and Congress appear intent on handcuffing the Fed's future efforts to deal with economic issues

Iran: The regional power behind the Hamas war effort: Iran needs to be blamed for its participation and aid in the war that Hamas is essentially fighting against Israel, says Michael Segall

No longer the world's policeman, we're now the world's social worker: Thanks to the political left, argues Michael R. Shannon, an illegal immigrant to the United States likely has more rights and guarantee of aid than an honest-to-goodness citizen

Greenpeace showcases its anti-human side: A Greenpeace activist confirms every negative story you've ever read about this activist group, writes Paul Driessen

The imperial President: An increasingly ineffective Barack Obama means the president is using whatever means he can in order to force his agenda through, says Mark Alexander

Back to Permian: US oil comes full circle: When it comes to American oil production everyone talks Bakken but James Stafford says another name should also be on people's lips

Up next: A double whammy of high unemployment and inflation: The American economy will labor under two major pressures and choices made at all levels of American society won't help any, argues Dr. Peter Morici

How "normal" is Bowe Bergdahl?: Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is continuing what the military is referring to as his reintegration into the U.S. Army but Alan Caruba still has many questions

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