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The Iranian President toes the Supreme Leader's red lines: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani made it pretty clear last week that regardless of what agreement is made concerning his country's nuclear program, no inspectors would ever step foot in military sites, reports Michael Segall

Examining the future of the "broader right" in Canada and the United States (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at mass education and mass media in both countries

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Twenty-Nine: The Devil’s Rule: The horrific act that Dylan Storm Roof committed last week in a South Carolina church has prompted Michael Moriarty to think of the nature of evil

Goodbye Uncle Alan: It is with sadness that Steven Martinovich announces the passing of long-time friend and ESR contributor Alan Caruba

Cultural Marxism: Nobel scientist sacked for making innocent joke about women: Regardless of what you think about Sir Tim Hunt's joke about women in laboratories, writes Selwyn Duke, he shouldn't have been fired for it

South Carolina gunman partially a product of left-leaning culture: The savage that shot innocents in a South Carolina church last week was a product of today's culture, writes Rachel Alexander

The dark side of the shale bust: Nick Cunningham says that lower oil prices that have stifled American oil production is having a variety of negative consequences for places like North Dakota

Educators need to strive for enhanced understanding and retention: Dale Schlundt believes that educators need to modify their approach when teaching college students if they are to make practical use of their knowledge

Rachel Dolezal's complexion problem: If you thought that Michael R. Shannon wasn't going to have fun with the fibbing Rachel Dolezal, you apparently don't know him well enough

Trump sends Perino into near meltdown: Donald Trump pledged to build a giant wall between Mexico and the U.S. and get America's neighbour to pay for it. John Bender believes its doable

A culture shattered: Part 1 of 5—The Dialectic Scheme: Priming the Pump (1960s); Testing the Waters (1970s): Within the lifetime of someone about to entire their retirement years the culture of the United States has radically shifted, something that Debra Rae explores in a new series

Lame ducks should stay off "high horses!": Barack Obama opined that massacres like the one that happened at an African-American church last week in South Carolina don't happen in other civilized nations. John W. Lillpop charges that Obama is responsible for just that

Scott Walker and academic tenure: Bruce Walker believes that Scott Walker's recent proposal to end tenure for university professors could shake up the entire country

Goodbye Uncle Alan: It is with sadness that Steven Martinovich announces the passing of long-time friend and ESR contributor Alan Caruba

Examining the future of the "broader right" in Canada and the United States (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at multiculturalism and varied types of "affirmative-action"-type policies in Canada

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Twenty-Eight: America’s First Presidential Tyrant: Is Barack Obama attempting to do his best to drive Americans into wars both abroad and at home? Michael Moriarty believes so

Egypt's projection of military power in the Middle East: For decades Egypt was loathe to involve itself in military adventurism but the rise of groups like ISIS have forced the Sisi government to begin projecting its power, says Dr. Jacques Neriah

The wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time: Another war in the Middle East? Dr. Robert Owens argues that it is not in the United States' interests to take on Iran or ISIS

Does this ballistic vest make me look fat?: Individualism is frowned upon in the military but apparently some want gender to play a bigger role, writes Michael R. Shannon

Coming attractions at the Supreme Court theater of the absurd: Within the next few days the U.S. Supreme Court may have some big things to say about some very important social issues, reports Dr. Lester Jackson

The left disbars another conservative prosecutor: The legal left's war against conservative prosecutors continues with another notch added to their count, says Rachel Alexander

Busting the "Canadian Bakken" myth: A Canadian version of the Bakken shale oil fields? Andrew Topf says there are a number of reasons why two fields in the Northwest Territories won't be producing any time soon

Bystander Nation: The brutal torture and murder of the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper shows some part of America would rather close their eyes than act, argues Michael R. Shannon

The Islamization of world soccer?: The recent attempt to expel Israel from FIFA shows that the country's enemies are fighting their war against it on all fronts, says Pinhas Inbari

Obama's Asian trade deal sells out American workers: Barack Obama may have been rebuffed by both Democrats and Republicans late last week on his push for an Asian free trade deal but the battle isn't over, writes Dr. Peter Morici

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

We are a conquered nation: Dr. Robert Owens has been a fixture in the conservative movement for decades and what he has to say about the state of America isn't very comforting

Examining the future of the "broader right" in Canada and the United States (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at some of the differences in society, politics, and culture

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Twenty-Seven: The Cutting Edge Of Third Millennium American Corruption: Barack Obama reminds Michael Moriarty at least a little like Vladimir Lenin, if not in the latter's savagery, in his ultimate aims

Caitlin Jenner? Hello sucker!: You probably won't be too surprised to find out that Alan Caruba doesn't think much of the story surrounding "Caitlin Jenner"

Secret Kremlin ‘troll farm' spreads fake news about U.S.: The more things change, the more they stay the old disinformation trick from the Soviet Union is back and updated for the information age. writes Rachel Alexander

God and evil: My answer for Michael Savage: Michael Savage recently discussed the question of how God could allow evil in the world. Not satisfied, Selwyn Duke has a response to him

All we need is love (and coercion): Robert T. Smith says that tolerance isn't the name of the game for alternative lifestyle activists, it's the forced acceptance of those lifestyles

The great tree that fell in an empty forest: Sen. Ted Cruz's biggest fan could possibly by Lester Jackson. He explains why Cruz has his support for the GOP nomination

Make American medicine American again: Richard E. Ralston wants to bring back medicine back the way it used to be and that means removing government from the equation

The evolution of the oil weapon: The financial weaponizing of oil production is a highly effective tool as history proves, writes John Manfreda

Baltimore: A Democrat model of 'American Exceptionalism': The city of Baltimore is rapidly approaching the status of a failed community and Mark Alexander argues that Barack Obama would bring that to all of the U.S. if he had a chance

Putin and Buffett's war on U.S. pipelines: Billionaires use secretive foundations to finance anti-pipeline protests – and get even richer, writes Paul Driessen

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