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Prepare for a deluge of climate change hype: Alan Caruba warns that the coming week is going to see a massive propaganda effort on behalf of the climate change orthodoxy

A poisoned imagination? (Part One):  Mark Wegierski examines the excess of "late modern" imageries in various subgenres of the fantastic

Michael Lear: Part Twelve: America’s Growing Nightmare, Homicidal Police  In An Increasingly Terrorized America: Between police brutality in the United States and Islamist warfare everywhere else, Michael Moriarty believes that America needs to take action very soon

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: The shooting star of altcoin socialism: Socialism may fail each and every time its tried but that doesn't mean that people still don't give it a shot -- and in the altcoin world that's no different, writes Daniel M. Ryan

Scotland and separatism: The Scots have decided they would rather prefer to remain within the United Kingdom and Bruce Walker says a few lessons came from the exercise

Misleading "freedom" referendum goes down in flames in Scotland: Rachel Alexander argues that a "Yes" vote for separation in Scotland would have brought more socialism along with it

Eco-justice EPA style: Privileged planet; Plundered people, Part 1: Back when Debra Rae was younger a popular classroom game involved deciding who was worthy of being saved in an emergency. She imagines what would happen if the EPA were making the decisions

Social Security reform: Ryan Petersen ponders what true reform to Social Security must entail -- with an eye to Sweden -- if the system is going to last into the decades ahead

Learning history's modern day relevance: Impact of agriculture in early and contemporary American history: As any historian can tell you, says Dale Schlundt, agriculture has and continues to play an enormous role in the United States

College -- Is it worth it?: High school student Sarah Becker explores the question of whether college is worth it and she has some advice for her fellow pre-college peers

The bad side of supply and demand: A bad side to supply and demand? Cedonia Peterson writes that both history and personal experience would indicate that it is possible

Why China's insatiable appetite for coal has likely peaked: Nick Cunningham argues that the Chinese economy's unending demand for coal may have reached its peak and for several reasons will begin a decline

Like them or not, they do know how to message: Regardless of what you think about the National Rifle Association, writes Frank Salvato, they know how to message -- something that the GOP still needs to master

Hamas policy after Operation "Protective Edge": The war between Hamas and Israel may have ended but Jonathan D. Halevi says the terror organization still has a full agenda

DiCaprio film magnifies the real climate change 'monster': Tom Harris and Bob Carter argues that the real problem are monstrous government programs that perpetuate poverty, disease and death 

Islamic State's ultimate goal: Saudi Arabia's oil wells: ISIS aren't a bunch of religious zealots who got lucky. Claude Salhani argues that the terrorist group has a master plan and its an ambitious one as well

Cdn pol George Parkin Grant and Canada: In this year of anniversaries of three major Grant books, Mark Wegierski asks, has a more authentic traditionalism become impossible in current-day Canada?

Michael Lear: Part Eleven: The Shostakovich 10th: Dimitri Shostakovich may not be everyone's cup of tea but Michael Moriarty admires the man's work -- particularly his 10th Symphony which he believes was a riposte to Joseph Stalin

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: The NEM populists' inevitable end, sealed with ancient Athenian words: Daniel M. Ryan's eighth installment in his series on alt- and cryptocurrencies is his final look at the economist populists of NEM

The war neither Obama, nor any other nation wants to fight: Barack Obama had tough words for ISIS last week but Alan Caruba says that the president has gutted the American military to the point where no real response can occur

Bombing ISIS is hardly enough: Barack Obama's pledge to dismember and destroy ISIS -- essentially through bombing of targets in Syria and Iraq -- won't amount to much, says Dr. Peter Morici

Rise of the Islamic State -- A retrospective: Mark Alexander argues that the world can thank the current occupant of the White House for the existence of ISIS and why it isn't going away any time soon

If you want to get into a really big war, elect a liberal: Selwyn Duke believes that history proves his contention that big wars are always fought by liberals because they fail to see the warning signs beforehand

Narcissism and social media: Where should conservatives draw the line?: Social media can be very useful but Rachel Alexander believes that conservatives need to be careful in how they use this tool

Critiquing Friedman's "social responsibility": Four decades ago Milton Friedman argued that a business that gave away part of its profits was essentially taxing consumers. Sarah Becker would like to disagree with the legendary economist on that point

Veterans' health care: Harbinger for the rest of us: The scandal over the state of health care for veterans may be a sign of things to come for the rest of Americans, writes Richard E. Ralston

EPA's phony "environmental justice" caper: The agency's real agenda: empire, control, and inverted justice for poor and minority families, argues Paul Driessen

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