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Sanity lives here: The shooting ahead of last week's annual Congressional baseball game led many to argue that the state of American political discourse has never been worse. Daniel M. Ryan says people have short memories

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Nineteen: An Excerpt from Michael Moriarty’s Novel, The Exile: Michael Moriarty offers something different this week: An excerpt from his autobiographical fiction -- perhaps a new literary category (at least for this web site)

Cdn pol Shades of quickly fading blue -- the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Three): Mark Wegierski asks, who have been the real conservatives within the Conservative Party?

Impeach Trump!!!!: Dr. Robert Owens predicted that this would happen last year but it's still a bit of a shock to him to already hear the cries for impeachment coming from Donald Trump's enemies

When the shark becomes the prey: Dewey Andreas, star of of Ben Coes' series of techno-thriller novels, is back in Trap the Devil, and he's as lethal as ever, writes Steven Martinovich

The Dark Origins of Communism: Part 2 of 3: Joshua Philipp argues that Communist policy grew from failed experiments in redistribution of wealth, violent suppression, and state atheism

Terrorism in Tehran: ISIS intensifies its subversive activity in the Middle East: Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall explores the ramifications of the recent ISIS attack on Iran's parliament and the tomb of Ayatollah Khomeini

Ten transgender truths for legislators and concerned citizens: Are you a progressive legislator whose interested in introducing a vote-pandering bathroom bill? Selwyn Duke has ten truths you need to digest before you do anything

Yes, Christian women can overcome hurdles to become leaders in Canada: Rachel Alexander says that Faith, Life and Leadership: 8 Canadian Women Tell Their Stories is an inspirational effort for any woman trying to balance faith and life

Oil prices are set to rebound: Is the sell-off in energy done? Nick Cunningham believes that the smart money is betting that oil prices will begin rising relatively soon

NFL end zones now sponsored by jackass: Michael R. Shannon doesn't think much of the NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's recent announcement that "spontaneous" end zone celebrations will be returning

Advancing scientific integrity on bees: Paul Driessen says that putting a beehive at the VP’s residence could spur people’s understanding of bee problems

Rouhani’s second term: On a collision course with the Revolutionary Guards: The West may have cheered last month's re-election of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani but Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall believes he will have a hard time delivering on any promises

Time to true the vote: Daniel M. Ryan reacts to former FBI Director James Comey's self-serving and creative testimony last week and how to make the American voting system a little more secure

My pilgrimage, Chapter Eighteen: Why Won’t Anyone Tell the Truth?!: As Michael Moriarty sees it, the drama between Donald J. Trump and his political opponents is merely ignoring a far larger conspiracy to destroy the United States

Cdn pol Shades of quickly fading blue – the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks especially at the various factions in the Progressive Conservative party of the 1980s

Obama hampered law enforcement investigation of Iranian terrorism funding: While the media was focused on former FBI Director James Comey's testimony last week, says Jim Kouri, they missed a far larger one about terrorism funding

Collective responsibility: Islamist terrorists seem to hide effortlessly within the larger Islamic community so Robert T. Smith wonders if its not time to perhaps change tactics

Resist 45 and the Government in Exile: If you thought that Barack Obama was going to disappear off into the sunset at the end of his presidency you were obviously disappointed. Dr. Robert Owens says Obama is as busy as ever promoting his agenda

The dark origins of Communism: Part 1 of 3: Joshua Philipp explores how the murderers of France's Reign of Terror became Karl Marx's inspiration

The theater’s alive with the sound of chewing: Michael R. Shannon argues that at least one theatre chain CEO simply doesn't get why people are loathe to go to movie theatres anymore

Science, engineering and leadership: Creating balance and stability in a chaotic political and economic environment requires more knowledge of science from our leaders, write James E. Smith and Alex Hatch

More rational policies in our future?: Trump’s Paris decision challenges bad science, economics and energy politics behind the treaty, says Paul Driessen

The head comes off: Comedienne Kathy Griffin made the news and saw what remained of her career get derailed for the sake of a publicity stunt and Daniel M. Ryan has some thoughts on the whole matter

Cdn pol Shades of quickly fading blue -- the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part One):  Mark Wegierski begins a series of articles looking at the “Centre-Right Opposition” over the last four decades

My pilgrimage, Chapter Seventeen: The New World Order’s Boondoggle: Climate Change: Donald Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Treaty is merely the first step in restoring American independence and sovereignty from international bodies, argues Michael Moriarty

American spy-master and election hacker revealed: The media continues to muddle around trying to find a real Russian link to the last American election and are ignoring real proof of internal malfeasance, writes Dr. Robert Owens

The McDonald’s nation: The political left wants ever increasing minimum wages but they never seem to want to understand what happens after labour costs are increased, says Robert T. Smith

Sometimes saving money is rocket science: Elon Musk may be the best example of how to get rich through government subsidy but Michael R. Shannon argues he's also showing government how to do things better

Can Trump get to 3 percent growth?: Dr. Peter Morici says that Donald Trump's pledge to get the economy growing by 3 per cent is predicated on a pretty big "if" when it comes to increasing productivity

Iran’s Foreign Legion in Syria: Iran may have a relatively limited operational force in Syria but Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah reports that the theocratic regime has an impressive collection of foreigners also doing its bidding

Lessons to the young: Rachel Alexander says that John Hawkins' 101 Things All Young Adults Should Know is a useful primer for American youth today

Has Permian productivity peaked?: Permian oil production in Texas and New Mexico has likely reached a peak and Nick Cunningham believes that more oil rigs won't result in a substantial increase in output

Exiting the Mad Hatter’s climate tea party: Paul Driessen argues that Donald Trump was 100% right (not just 97%) to show real leadership and walk away from Paris

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