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The war within the GOP: If the Republican Party continues to move away from conservatives, writes Alan Caruba, he may very well become an independent and vote for the most available Tea Party candidate in November

Tradition and ecology: Mark Wegierski explores some of the affinities between traditionalist and ecological thinking

Chapter Forty-Two of Keeping Score In America: "The Pursuit of Bliss": The idea of bliss and its attainment -- and its polar opposite -- inform Michael Moriarty's essay this week

Hollywood's real heroes: If you compare and contrast the men and women that Hollywood produces today versus those of yesteryear, writes Lisa Fabrizio, its not hard to see there are few heroes today

Yes, America did build that: The key contribution of America to the rest of the world was the concept of limited government restrained by the law, writes Dr. Robert Owens

The crisis in the peace talks was pre-planned by the Palestinians: The breakdown in peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority wasn't much of a surpise to Jonathan D. Halevi who was expecting the PA's latest move

Five takeaways from the GM safety debacle: General Motors' recent safety issues proves yet again that the company is broken and Obama administration officials are in part to blame, argues Dr. Peter Morici

Long live the Republic!: America is arguably a nation in decline but David M. Huntwork believes there is still no better place to live and no country more worth fighting for

You might be a conservative if...: Last week Mark Alexander provided a handy list to determine if you were a liberal. This week he provides the same service to his fellow conservatives

Israel's relationship with the UN Human Rights Council: Is there hope for change?: Michal Navoth chronicles the recent history of difficulties between Israel and the UN's Human Rights Council

A war of wills: Agenda 21 can be crushed: The UN may be proceeding with Agenda 21 but Jane Gaffin believes that the war against centralized totalitarianism isn't quite over

The methane hoax cranks up: Environmentalists aren't content with simply demonizing carbon dioxide, writes Alan Caruba. Now they're aiming their guns at methane

A dark turn in the pop-culture? (Part Thirteen): Mark Wegierski looks mostly at a broad variety of darker RPGs

Chapter Forty-One of Keeping Score In America: Fellini or Zampano Or Both!: Retired from acting Michael Moriarty has poured his energy and passion into music, something that he believes saved his life

192,000 jobs added in March but wages fall: Last week's jobs report in the United States revealed numbers that were the very definition of mediocrity, writes Dr. Peter Morici

You say you want a revolution: Revolution created freedom in the United States and a new kind of revolution may be necessary to restore it, says Dr. Robert Owens

Dangerous erosion of freedom as Obama cedes control of the Internet: You probably didn't hear about it in the news but Rachel Alexander says the Obama administration recently made a big move in regards to the governance of the Internet

World Vision's secular myopia: Michael R. Shannon wasn't very impressed by World Vision's recent flip-flop over the issue of gay marriage

Organic activists need GMOs now more than ever: You can't fight a war if you don't have an enemy and for the organics movement, say Patrick Moore and Mischa Popoff, that enemy are GMOs

Individualism remains the only basis for freedom in medicine: Richard E. Ralston decries Obamacare and its intrusion into the private lives of Americans and the choices they are allowed to make

Saving civilization means killing equality: Equality, at least in theory, is a wonderful thing but Selwyn Duke believes that it will eventually lead to the demise of civilization

Scaring the world about its climate: The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change continues to spin lies and misinformation about the Earth's climate, writes Alan Caruba

You might be a liberal if...: Unsure of whether you're a liberal? Mark Alexander has a rather lengthy list of signs which could indicate which persuasion you follow

Perils of commercial beekeeping: Honeybees pollinate crops but endure stress, parasites and disease. Solutions are coming, reports Paul Driessen

Obamacare is an American catastrophe: Barack Obama's signature health care plan has yet to fully take off and its already impacting the American economy, writes Alan Caruba

Chapter Forty of Keeping Score In America: Steve Rybicki: Michael Moriarty pays tribute to one of his oldest friends, Steve Rybicki, a poet who graces his friend regularly with some very fine work

A dark turn in the pop-culture? (Part Twelve): Mark Wegierski looks mostly at some darker products of Steve Jackson Games, a major game company

The real bullies: Americans bend over backwards trying to protect their children but Lisa Fabrizio wonders if in the process they're also teaching them the wrong things

Should all political parties embrace liberal values? The left seems to think so: The political left seems to spend half its time trying to impose its values on the political right. David M. Huntwork hopes conservatives keep fighting back

Top Ten Things Putin said to Obama about Ukraine: What exactly did Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin say to each other during a recent telephone call? Selwyn Duke believes he has the answer

Five things Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve should do: Dr. Peter Morici has some advice for Janet Yellen for what she should do in the future instead of talking interest rates

Thank you, Mr. Williams: Jane Gaffin credits Walter Williams and Christopher Hitchens for telling the truth that's really behind the drive to eliminate smoking from the public sphere

The plan for police nullification: More and more police officers view their job as upholding the law rather than protecting the citizenry and Selwyn Duke has a response for that

Veterans Administration abandons vets suffering from depleted uranium contamination: Barack Obama once made hay about the Bush administration abandoning those who had fought in Afghanistan and Iraq. It would appear, writes Rachel Alexander, that not much has changed

The DNC's '14/'16 point man, Bill Clinton: Mark Alexander finds it truly amazing that the Democratic National Committee's most credible spokesman for defending Barack Obama is none other than Bill Clinton

Why not Rand Paul?: The consensus seems to be that Rand Paul is a long shot to ever win the GOP nomination -- let alone be elected president -- something that David M. Huntwork believes to be silly

More fraudulent science from EPA: Finalized Tier 3 gasoline sulfur rules will bring bogus benefits at high health and welfare price, says Paul Driessen

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