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I am Barack Obama: Everyone these days seems to be identifying as something else so Selwyn Duke has decided he's going to go straight to the top in his self-identification

The New World Order Newsletter: I.C.E.: Michael Moriarty says that a suicide note written by a Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent speaks to some very dark plans being formulated in Washington, D.C.

Looking at the annual rankings of Polish universities and colleges, 2003-2015 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski recalls various trips to Poland

Do unions cause inequality?: Trade unions love to proclaim that they bring economic equality to the working man but Dr. Robert Owens counters that their monopolies actually distort labour markets

America's reckoning and Donald Trump: Decades of mismanagement has left America in a position where no real meaningful reform can take place, argues Dr. Peter Morici

Roadside hook–up results in slow Bern: Michael R. Shannon responds to a recent news story in which a tow truck driver decided not to tow a vehicle sporting a Bernie Sanders bumper sticker

False cries of voter suppression in Arizona and other GOP primaries: Earlier this year news reports out of Arizona suggested that voter suppression had taken place during presidential primary elections. Rachel Alexander says don't believe the hype

Trump, now what?: Mark Alexander is no fan of Donald Trump -- as his essays on this web site would attest to -- but he's going to vote for him in November and he explains why

Feeling sorry for Hillary? Save those tears ---this (misplaced sympathy) too shall pass!: Some actually feel sorry for Hillary Clinton and the ongoing probe over her e-mail server but not John W. Lillpop

What can gold do for our money?: There are experts who dismiss the idea that gold has a role in a transactional economy and as a backing for paper currency. Stefan Gleason argues that the precious metal has a tremendous role to play

Ben Rhodes spins climate change: Paul Driessen argues that "climate refugee" claims reflect deliberate mendacity and belief that we and reporters are stupid

Stagnant wages: Americans can't or won't compete?: Dr. Peter Morici believes that Americans need to up their game if they want to participate in the coming largely automated economy

A predicament's eternal return: The more Michael Moriarty watches film classic Casablanca, the more he's reminded of how much North America resembles WII North Africa

Looking at the annual rankings of Polish universities and colleges, 2003-2015 (Part One): Mark Wegierski begins his look at the Polish college rankings

An education in DC Driver's Ed: A requirement in Washington, D.C. to require a driver's education course has Michael R. Shannon agreeing with a leftist politician...though his reasons are somewhat different

America needs Mark Levin & Glenn Beck to pivot in favor of GOP 'presumptive nominee': Now that Donald Trump has all but captured the GOP nomination, writes Michael R. Shannon, it's time for some to get back into the fold

The Biden-Warren warning: Mark Alexander believes that it's not out of the question that Hillary Clinton could be pushed aside in favour of a nominee that isn't facing the spectre of a prison term

Trump trumps Never-Trump: Donald Trump and his supporters have been the recipients of much scorn from the establishment and the media and yet continue to do nothing but win, writes Dr. Robert Owens

Why China is really dictating the oil supply glut: Are you aware that the Chinese are stockpiling an immense amount of oil while prices are low? Rakesh Upadhyay explores what that move means

Rick Renzi puts together top legal team to appeal hidden evidence of FBI agent's corruption: Former, and imprisoned, Congressman Rick Renzi of Arizona isn't taking what he believes was prosecutorial corruption sitting down, reports Rachel Alexander

We don't need billion$ to prevent Zika: Controlling mosquitoes and preventing diseases requires smarter policies, not more billions, write Paul Driessen and Dr. Robert Novak

Real world energy and climate: Weather channel founder John Coleman argues that "The sky is falling" scare stories have no place in public interest science or policy

If I want, texting, talking & turbulence, I'll just stay home: AMC Theatres newly hired CEO had a bright idea: Allow texting in some theatres to attract twenty-somethings to the movies. Michael R. Shannon reports that proposal was predictably greeted with anger

Boxing Barbara Boxer: Is "Inequality the root of all evil"?: Selwyn Duke discusses a recent assertion by Sen. Barbara Boxer that economic inequality was the source of evil in society, a bad misquote of a Pope Francis tweet from a few years ago

Cdn pol Thirty years since George Parkin Grant's Technology and Justice (1986): Mark Wegierski tries to gauge what of philosopher George Grant's ideas has remained today in the modern nation of Canada

The New World Order's Armageddon: Michael Moriarty charges that the establishment of the Republican Party is no less culpable in the ongoing effort to destroy the traditional character of the United States

NEWS ALERT: 'Islamists Nuke U.S. Urban Centers': If a change of Middle Eastern policy does not come about, argues Mark Alexander, the headline that major American cities will face nuclear attack may one day become a reality

Stand and deliver - Paul's message to Peter: Learning from history we should all know that socialism simply doesn't work and yet the American government persists in experimenting with it, says Dr. Robert Owens

No matter who wins . . . you lose: Elections are usually a time of optimism for the future but Ron Marr is of the opinion that America is so far gone that it doesn't really matter who wins in November

From the stalls of Montezuma: A new front in culture war: The battle in North Carolina over which bathrooms transgendered people can use has a lot of people confused and a few acting like hypocrites, writes Michael R. Shannon

PayPal only cares about LGBT media attention: PayPal's announcement that it would withdraw from expanding in North Carolina due to the state's "bathroom law" doesn't impress Ryan Maass

Freedom from Religion Foundation: "I'm Secular and I Vote" Campaign, Part 3 of 3: Debra Rae concludes her three-part investigation of the Freedom from Religion Foundation and its efforts to sway the coming presidential election

Saudi Arabia releases ambitious plan to diversify economy: A Saudi Arabia that isn't reliant on oil for its economic wealth? Nick Cunningham examines the kingdom's recent announcement aimed at diversifying its economy

Securing our money through currency competition: Jp Cortez reports that the state of Arizona is moving to become the first state to remove taxes from gold and silver and allow their use as tender, something that will open the door to greater economic liberty

First, do no harm: A few simple rules for the FDA: The top leadership at the FDA recently changed and Richard E. Ralston has some suggestions as to how the agency can do its job better

Inside climate propaganda: Paul Driessen says InsideClimate News excels at propagating environmentalist and Obama thinking and policies 

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