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Economics makes nuclear deal with Iran unenforceable: Dr. Peter Morici argues that the lifting of economic sanctions against Iran will create a regional superpower that pursue any goal that it wishes

360 years since the Swedish siege of Czestochowa, and 11 years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated there (Part Three): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, eleven years ago

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Thirty-Three: The Obama/Bush/Clinton Surrender Of America To Complete Rule By The United Nations: The Obama administration has proven time and time again that its allegiance is not to the United States, but rather to foreign bodies, argues Michael Moriarty

Netroots Nation's group identity politics disintegrates into anarchy: The left has always been praised for its ability to unit disparate factions but Rachel Alexander believes that last week may have shown some cracks in the façade

A culture shattered: Part 5 of 5—Era of enforcement (2010s): Debra Rae concludes her five-part series on the radical transformation of America's culture in recent decades with a look at how the new agenda is enforced in American society

Egypt accuses Turkey of subversion: The cold war between Turkey and Egypt got a little warmer earlier this month when the African nation accused its former ally of supporting a terrorist group its battling against, writes Dr. Jacques Neriah

New York City and the powder room police: A New York City official's stated hope that all public washrooms in the city be made transgender friendly has Michael R. Shannon shaking his head...in between making jokes

Take a bow for the new revolution: Paul Driessen believes that Americans are less inclined to be fooled again, or to "smile and grin at the change all around"

Jade Helm 15 and the conspiracy theories: Jade Helm 15, a massive U.S. military training exercise, began in several U.S. states last week and Mark Alexander was a little tired of hearing conspiracy theories from the right wing about it

OPEC, get ready for the second U.S. oil boom: The U.S. is poised to introduce technical innovations that will cause an explosion in the country's oil production -- and OPEC is none to pleased

In the end, Germany, not Greece, will be the loser: Dr. Peter Morici believes that further attempts by Germany to force austerity on Greece will not have their intended effect

360 years since the Swedish siege of Czestochowa, and 11 years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated there (Part Two): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, eleven years ago

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Thirty-Two: Simon Schama: Michael Moriarty pays tribute to British historian Simon Schama, who he urges you to become familiar with as soon as possible

Obama and EPA imperil minority welfare: "Clean Power Plan" would bring imaginary benefits – and real health and welfare damage, write Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek

A culture shattered: Part 4 of 5—Legitimizing the antithesis (2000s): Debra Rae continues her five-part series on the radical transformation of America's culture in recent decades with a look at the first decade of the new millennium

Driving policies through fraud and fear-mongering: A physician, Charles G. Battig, offers sanity-based perspectives on EPA's "Data Derangement Syndrome"

Is ISIS growing persecution a sign of the End Times?: ISIS a biblical sign of the End of Times? Rachel Alexander believes that it's not far-fetched if you are a Christian with an understanding of the Bible

Constitutional principles are required to save American medicine: Richard E. Ralston argues that Americans can't expect anything from the courts when it comes to Obamacare and that the only fix is in the form of your political representatives

How Apple Computer delivered Gen. Jubal Early's last defeat: Michael R. Shannon didn't think much of Apple's decision to remove all applications its online store that had a depiction of the Confederate battle flag within them

Don't panic, nothing has really changed in the oil markets: A recent downward movement in oil prices had many thinking that big things are afoot in that market. Dan Doyle has a message for those people: Not quite

Ethanol and biodiesel: Guilty as charged: Bogus biofuel trading costs us millions – while the absurd biofuel program costs us billions, charges Paul Driessen

Keep the crazy away from sharp objects and sharp comments: One Salon writer apparently wants to use the mental illness of a few individuals to deprive all Americans of their firearms, writes Michael R Shannon

360 years since the Swedish siege of Czestochowa, and 11 years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated there (Part One): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, eleven years ago

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Thirty-One: The Enablers of American Suicide: The Bush family and Barack Obama have done much to advance the notion that America needs to be tied to something "bigger" than itself, says Michael Moriarty

A culture shattered: Part 3 of 5—Reimaging campaign (1990s): Debra Rae continues her five-part series on the radical transformation of America's culture in recent decades with a look at the 90s

SCOTUS turns down former Rep. Rick Renzi's appeal of legal assault: Last week the US Supreme Court turned down former Congressman Rick Renzi's appeal of his criminal conviction and with that Democrats managed to add another conservative scalp to their collection, says Rachel Alexander

U.S. oil glut an EIA invention?: Leonard Brecken wonders if the DoE's Energy Information Administration is playing games with production numbers to create a non-existent glut in US oil production

They're just committing the crimes Americans won't commit: The murder of an American last week in San Francisco by an illegal alien has Selwyn Duke using some strong language to describe his fellow citizens who support how things are today

Illegal alien celebrates 4th of July jailed for murdering American woman: San Francisco's sanctuary city policy for illegal immigrants claimed another citizen's life last week , reports Jim Kouri

Social Security: To draw or not to draw? That is the question: Dr. Robert Owens is now qualified to withdraw full Social Security benefits ... but he's not sure he wants to partake of that particular ponzi scheme

Examining the future of the "broader right" in Canada and the United States (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at the weakness of the Canadian conservative infrastructures

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Thirty: Harvard Lawyers: James Joyce was brutally honest in his writings -- both about himself and the world at large. If only Barack Obama had the same gift, writes Michael Moriarty

The sooner Greece defaults and dumps the Euro the better: Financial markets are waiting anxiously to see what Greece will do but Dr. Peter Morici argues that the answer should be pretty clear what Athens should do

Time for conservatives to go on the offensive in the Framing Wars: Conservatives are ending up on the losing side of a lot of issues because they don't know how to effectively frame the debate, says Rachel Alexander

Tear down that flag: In the wake of the recent shooting at a South Carolina church a culture war has taken place against the Confederate battle flag. Robert T. Smith says its an easy way to avoid some tougher questions and issues

Random thoughts about the possibility of a second Civil War: Could the U.S. fall into another civil war? Robert Farago believes so and he provides he what thinks will be the triggering event

Clinton's Benghazi Cover Up 3.0: Mark Alexander argues that Hillary Clinton is now on her third version of events surrounding the 2012 attack on the American embassy in Benghazi

A culture shattered: Part 2 of 5—Disingenuous disinformation campaign (1980s and 1990s): Debra Rae continues her five-part series on the radical transformation of America's culture in recent decades

The green mirage – and con job: Musk, Schmidt, Simons and their billionaire buddies build empire based on climate and energy BS, say Paul Driessen and Tom Tamarkin

Why Buffett bet a billion on solar: Master investor Warren Buffett has been sinking money into solar technologies lately and Henry Hewitt explains why it was a good investment

Twin peaks – twin lies: Supposedly record-high temperature and carbon dioxide levels supposedly bring record chaos, write Paul Driessen and Tom Tamarkin

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