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A Supreme Court, not supreme wisdom: The U.S. Supreme Court has spun out of control in recent decades but if it still contains any shred of its original role, writes Alan Caruba, you can thank John Marshall

A poisoned imagination? (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at the atrophy of real imagination in a media-dominated "cyberworld"

Michael Lear: Part Fifteen: The Inevitable Outcome of Israel’s Modern Resurrection And Miraculous Survival: Why does Israel survive? Because they make their enemies disappear. That's a lesson that the rest of the Western world needs to understand, writes Michael Moriarty

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: Not quite a government: Daniel M. Ryan continues his look at the world of cryptocurrencies with his involvement in one particular system, his efforts to right that ship and how that relates to the real world

Moon-virus taken more seriously than Ebola: Remember the concern over the potential of a virus returning with astronauts from the moon? Harold Witkov argues more precautions were taken in the 1960s for that then the very real threat of Ebola

Nobama: Barack Obama came into office promising transformation and hope. Today? Dr. Robert Owens says the president has indeed brought the transformation but wonders if the United States will survive it

Effects of Russia's food sanctions on European supply and Moscow demand: Russia may have banned the importation of some foods from European nations that levied sanctions on it over the mess in the Ukraine but doesn't mean you can't get the cheese you want, reports Daniel Gurevich

Google's row with France – corporate and personal income taxes are obsolete: The current fight between Google and France over the issue of corporate taxes illustrates exactly why in this age any kind of income tax just doesn't make sense, argues Dr. Peter Morici

Yemen changes hands. Will an Iranian stronghold emerge near the entrance to the Red Sea?: When it comes to the Middle East the world is focusing on Syria and Iraq but Dr. Jacques Neriah says we need to be watching Yemen as well

The rise of the professional slut: A recent declaration by actress Lena Dunham that she had been raped in college has Selwyn Duke shaking his head

Historic, revered gun range about to be shut down by the left: A small but historic gun range has been fighting for its survival due to the attacks of a leftist town council and Rachel Alexander says you can help save it

Will Ukraine commit economic suicide?: Tomorrow the Ukraine will impose a heavy tax burden on its gas producers something that James Stafford reports will likely destroy them as a counterbalance to Russian gas

We need some regulatory patriotism!: Barack Obama condemns tax inversions, but pillages America with his regulatory agenda, writes Paul Driessen

Obama misleads students about climate and energy: Climate change actually has little to do with energy choices, say Bob Carter and Tom Harris

President Ebola: To say that Alan Caruba is not impressed by the Obama administration's response to an outbreak of Ebola and the subsequent discovery of a case in the U.S. would be an understatement

Michael Lear: Part Fourteen: Death of a New World Order: Plenty of people are pessimistic about the future of America and the world but Michael Moriarty believes good will inevitably win over evil

A poisoned imagination? (Part Three):  Mark Wegierski looks at the extremely important subgenre of cyberpunk

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: NFD and my own plunge into the strait of self-government: Daniel M. Ryan continues his look at the murky world of cryptocurrencies with a look of how he got ensnared in one particular distasteful scheme

Five reasons Americans can't find jobs: Unemployment in America far exceeds the official rate and Dr. Peter Morici believes there are several reasons why people can't find jobs

Equal work? Government has no idea what that is: Equal pay for equal work? Selwyn Duke is of the opinion that the government has no place in deciding who gets paid compared to someone else

Pipe dreams in combating ISIS: Daniel Longenecker argues that Barack Obama's use of air power in an attempt to degrade ISIS in Iraq overlooks recent history and has no long-term payoff

RFK, Jr. wants me jailed … as a war criminal!: Paul Driessen wonders if perhaps he should serve time for eco-manslaughter and crimes against humanity?

Mahmoud Abbas justifies Palestinian terror in his UN General Assembly speech: Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas recently spoke at the United Nations and not surprisingly he used the opportunity to defend terrorism, writes Jonathan D. Halevi

Holder as a Supreme Court Justice? It is scary and it is plausible: Plenty cheered when Eric Holder announced his resignation as US Attorney General but Frank Salvato believes that it could get a lot worse for the United States

Holder: Obama's criminal co-conspirator: If you've already forgotten why Eric Holder was so bad for American justice Mark Alexander will be more than happy to remind you of what he managed to do during the Obama era

Breaking Russia's energy stranglehold: Paul Driessen argues that Europe cannot afford to have its foreign and domestic policies dictated by Vladimir Putin's blackmail

Obama's ignorance: Barack Obama an evil genius? Not a chance, argues Alan Caruba, and the proof is in how the president has handled the mess in Syria

A poisoned imagination? (Part Two):  Mark Wegierski looks at some of the "darker" role-playing games

Michael Lear: Part Thirteen Paco de Lucia Performs Concierto de Aranjuez By Joaquin Rodrigo Plus Other Indisputable Evidence Of This Guitarist’s Divine Genius: Michael Moriarty pays tribute to the late flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucia and the superlative skill he employed

Real-Time Self-Government In The Cryptocurrency Frontier: Socialism, Fairness And Morals: Daniel M. Ryan continues his exploration of the world of cryptocurrencies with a view to the role of socialism

Liberal BBC asks, "Is Sport Sexist?" while promoting inequality: A BBC writer wonders if the differing rules in men's and women's sports is sexist which gets Selwyn Duke wondering about all of the other disparities in life

Eco-justice EPA style: Privileged planet; plundered people, Part 2: Last week Debra Rae proposed a game where the EPA had to make life and death decisions by figuring out people's value to society. This week the game reaches its logical conclusion

Dinesh D'Souza criminally sentenced while John Edwards and other liberals skated: Dinesh D'Souza was sentenced recently for illegal campaign contributions to a friend, one that Rachel Alexander argues was far more severe than liberals generally receive

Christians should forgive the Islamic terrorists: Robert T. Smith's pastor recently argued that Christians should forgive the terrorists that attempt (and occasionally succeed) in killing them. He has a counterargument to that

Good riddance to a race-baiting divider: Frank Salvato was overjoyed to hear that Eric Holder had resigned as US Attorney General, a man he blames for fomenting racism in America

Protect the poor – from climate change policies: The Cornwall Alliance works to ensure reliable, affordable energy for poor families worldwide, reports Paul Driessen

The opportunity cost Amazon forfeits in its war with Hatchette: Bailey McIntosh argues that online giant Amazon's war with traditional publisher Hatchette Book Group will come at a price

Reining in college tuition and student debt: Barack Obama has ideas how to make American post-secondary education cheaper but Dr. Peter Morici says the president's prescription doesn't solve the problem

What really drives anti-fracking zealots?: They want to end fossil fuels and capitalism, control our lives and impose eco-utopia, argues Paul Driessen

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