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“Putin did it”: Let’s play a game: Daniel M. Ryan reports that every day it seems that the media and the Democrats are changing the narrative about how Vladimir Putin and the Russians "hacked" the American presidential election

The New World Order’s Diabolical Pilgrimage: Part Three: The soon to be departed Deputy National Security Adviser For Strategic Communications, Ben Rhodes, reminds Michael Moriarty very strongly of a character he played in a landmark mini-series

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec (Part Two): Has that province’s effect on Canada been generally anti-traditionalist, asks Mark Wegierski

The lamest duck of all: Every president in his final weeks is merely occupying space until the new president walks in but Dr. Robert Owens believes Barack Obama may be setting new lows this month

Financial perils in 2017: Dr. Peter Morici believes that Donald Trump’s ambitious plans for America could be ruined by several potential crises both foreign and domestic

Limousine liberal journalist admits detachment from Middle America: She doesn't watch CNN very often so Rachel Alexander was surprised recently when she tuned in and heard a journalist actually admit that he didn't understand voting for Trump or what the little people thought about things

2017: The year we can turn health care around: Richard E. Ralston believes that this year Americans can begin turning back the tide on state control of the country's health care system

Flyers progress from passengers to freight: News that some Samoans were feeling discriminated against because Hawaiian Airlines insisted on weighing them before allowing them on the plan has Michael R. Shannon pondering a few new ideas

Let’s stop with the carbon con already: Using the word "carbon" when it comes to CO2 is the height of disingenuousness, argues Selwyn Duke

Reality-based climate forecasting: Paul Driessen argues that continuing to focus on carbon dioxide as the driving force will just bring more bogus climate change predictions

International levee and international breaks: The passage of UN Security Council Resolution 2334 prompts Daniel M. Ryan to cast a skeptical look at the notion of international law

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec (Part One): Mark Wegierski offers extensive historical background to the recent provincial elections

The New World Order’s diabolical pilgrimage: Part Two: One of the primary goals of those who hate and wish to control humanity seems to be to eliminate as many people as possible, writes Michael Moriarty

The measure of Trump’s presidency: Dr. Peter Morici argues that Donald Trump isn't only faced with the challenge of restoring growth in America's economy

Then came Trump: It wasn't that long ago that those who feared for America's very soul had nothing to hope for. Dr. Robert Owens has a simple response to each of them who lost hope

Even if the Russians did hack the emails, so what?: Selwyn Duke is unimpressed by continuing claims by the Democrats and the media that the Russians "hacked" the 2016 election

An existential battle for the demographic future of Syria: The continuing war in Syria isn't only claiming lives, argues Dr. Harold Rhode, it's also changing what the religious make-up will be after the conflict

NFL owners can afford to build their own stadium: The NFL is increasingly finding that taxpayers aren't willing to be on the hook for new splashy stadiums, writes Michael R. Shannon

Europe reaping what it sowed with open borders policy for refugees: With parts of Europe in near chaos from a massive influx of refugees, they have no one to blame but themselves, argues Rachel Alexander

Analyzing opportunity costs to help instead of hurt: Sarah Schott looks at Wal-Mart's move into the Chinese market to explore how opportunity cost plays a role in the choices we make

Obama critical of Trump missing security briefings, but missed majority himself: Barack Obama threw some shade recently at Donald Trump for missing security briefings, something that he was quite good at himself, writes Rhett October

U.S. shale is now cash flow neutral: Nick Cunningham reports that the U.S. shale oil industry seems to have turned a corner and could actually post a positive cash flow

The dangers of UN Security Council Resolution 2334 (2016): Amb. Alan Baker explores the latest anti-Israel resolution to come out of the UN Security Council and what it really means for all sides

Another good target for EPA reform: Europe gives the incoming Trump Administration excellent tutorials on how not to regulate pesticides, argues Paul Driessen

It’s climate regulations that threaten us: H. Sterling Burnett has some climate actions President Trump could take to Make America Great Again

Putin under the bed: An excuse goes viral: Daniel M. Ryan explores the notion that Vladimir Putin's elite hackers managed the swing the presidential election in favour of Donald Trump

Seventy-seven years since its outbreak, World War II continues to shape the world: Mark Wegierski offers a précis of some of the ideological consequences of the war

The New World Order’s diabolical pilgrimage: Part One: Michael Moriarty launches a new series exploring a long campaign to destroy the character of the United States

Back when I was a boy: Everyone worries that the latest generation is the most worthless to come along but Dr. Robert Owens says everyone should just relax

There’s no place like home (I think): A recent flurry of travel has Charlotte Cerminaro wondering if home really is as special as we make it out to be -- especially after recent events

Trump’s foreign policy reset: Dr. Peter Morici believes that the incoming Trump administration will interact with the world the way it is, not the way dreamers wish it were

Time for a complete halt on all immigration: Forget about stopping illegal immigration, Selwyn Duke believes America needs a complete reset on immigration policy

Watch out, everything is racist now: It seems absolutely nothing can be said now-a-days -- particularly by conservatives -- without someone screaming that its racist, says Rachel Alexander

Football flashback to an earlier era: A few weeks back the Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State football game had one of the most remarkable plays occur at the end of the tilt, says Michael R. Shannon

Coddling millennial snowflakes, Part Two: Social emotional learning in public education: Debra Rae concludes her two part series arguing that the beginning of the Trump era has revealed many of America's youth to be little more than cry-babies

The Trump administration — A Reagan revival!: A funny thing has happened since November 8 -- the incoming Trump administration has revealed itself as a very conservative body, writes Mark Alexander

Why a Fed interest rate hike would help, not hurt Trump: An interest rate hike would give Donald Trump the rationale for enacting the reforms that he promised, argues Dr. Peter Morici

Greece-Israel-Cyprus relations: Ripe for expansion?: Dr. George Voskopoulos believes that an alliance between Greece, Israel and Cyprus means increased stability in the Middle East and Aegean

He whose name we dare not speak!: John W. Lillpop says Christmas is almost here and that means the latest battle over using Christ's name to celebrate the holiday

Not so prolific: U.S. shale faces a reality check: Optimistic production estimates about oil production from U.S. shale will face reality sooner or later, says James Stafford

Outraged vets: VA hospital death touted as proof of Obama and Democrats indifference: Jim Kouri notes that a recent scandal involving the death of a veteran at a VA hospital speaks volumes

Environmentalist insurance policies: Paul Driessen has some intellectual ammo for holiday party responses to claims that you need meteorite insurance

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