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Lock her up: Dr. Robert Owens believes there is an absolute dearth of critical thinking -- on both sides of the political divide -- but one thing that most people of honest opinion should be in favour of is prosecuting Hillary Clinton

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Twenty-Five: Good Things Under Bad People?: The rapidly failing and dictatorial state of Venezuela has seen any number of evils since the rise of Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro but Michael Moriarty argues there is one good thing to have come from their efforts

Cdn pol Shades of quickly fading blue – the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Ten): Mark Wegierski asks a big question – is there a future for conservatism in Canada – or elsewhere?

Criminal justice reform bill a mixed bag: A criminal justice reform bill introduced in Congress by U.S. Rep. Doug Collins ostensibly looks like a good thing but Rachel Alexander has some serious problems with it

Left’s policy on guns & mental health turns on a stiletto: The left doesn't want people they consider mentally ill to own firearms but they want transgendered people to serve in the military? Michael R. Shannon says there's a bit of hypocrisy in their arguments

Who funded the fake Trump/Putin dossier?: Mark Alexander explains why Democrats are quietly retreating from their Trump/Putin collusion creation

This oil price rally has reached its limit: The price of crude oil has risen substantially in recent weeks but Nick Cunningham believes that the rally in prices won't last due to several factors

Shameless fear-mongering – versus reality: With a new movie Al Gore pedals climate and weather scam. Paul Driessen argues that the CFACT film and an Aussie book present climate facts

Losing the House to win the future: Despite controlling every branch of government the Republican Party has been unable to enact their agenda. Michael R. Shannon says it might be time to send a message

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Twenty-Four: A Brief Pilgrimage: After a brief trip to Montreal to pay tribute to one of his former directors, Michael Moriarty reflects on how wonderful his own life is these days, thanks in part to his music

Cdn pol Shades of quickly fading blue – the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Nine): Mark Wegierski looks at some of the flaws of socialism as a critique of late modernity

Hacked emails expose hacks: The media keep reporting on hacks in an attempt to erode the credibility of the Trump administration but Dr. Robert Owens argues there are other hacks that should be getting attention

Would Baby Charlie have gotten death sentence if not a white male?: Given recent events in England, Selwyn Duke wonders if Charlie Gard would have been denied every opportunity for treatment had he been born anything but white

Communications 201: Clichés, confusion; What are we really trying to say?: As with so many things, writes Charlotte Cerminaro, the past century has changed what music used to mean -- both for the composer and the listener -- but she holds out hope for the occasional maverick

Hey Black Lives Matter, a blonde woman was mistakenly killed by police: The death of an Australian woman at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis arguably shows that law enforcement isn't killing people because of racism, but chronic overreaction, says Rachel Alexander

The socialism deniers and the "Better Deal": Democratic Socialism, like Nationalist Socialism, is nothing more than Marxist Socialism repackaged, writes Mark Alexander

Palestinian payments to incarcerated terrorists and martyrs’ families rise in 2017: The latest budget by the Palestinian Authority shows that not only will it not stop essentially promoting terrorism by paying the families of "martyrs", but its increasing its efforts, writes Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser

Enemies of humanity: Mosquitoes and uncaring environmental activists are perpetuating poverty, disease and death, charges Steven Lyazi

Biofuel justifications are illusory: Paul Driessen says it’s time to really cut, cut, cut ethanol and other renewable fuel mandates – maybe to zero

NJ 12-year-old's suicide a plea for cyber-bullying law: GOP candidate Heather Darling: The death of a 12-year old promising gymnast in June -- a suicide after cyber-bullying on Snapchat -- has prompted a renewed to call to action, writes Jim Kouri

When your strategy doesn’t work check your tactics: Following the latest failure of congressional Republicans to kill off Obamacare, Dr. Robert Owens has some advice for the party's leaders and followers

Cdn pol Shades of quickly fading blue -- the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Eight): Mark Wegierski looks at what a reflective conservatism and more thoughtful social democratic ideas may have in common

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Twenty-Three: King Cohen: This week Michael Moriarty travels to Montreal, Quebec to celebrate the work of director Larry Cohen, a man who -- along with Clint Eastwood -- defined his career in the 1980s

Up the creek (But is there a paddle?): Does the Western world actually have any interest in preserving or saving itself? Greg Strange would argue that civilization responsible for so much in the world appears hell-bent on its suicide

Trump falling short on promise to fix trade deficit: Among Donald Trump's many economic promises was to address the growing trade deficit, something that Dr. Peter Morici argues the president has done precious little on

“Gde myaso?” Russian for “Where’s the beef?”: The media continues to promote the alleged connection between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia and continues to find nothing of substance, says Michael R. Shannon

Innocent people are rarely executed: The percentage of people who ultimately receive the death penalty, and are innocent of the charges, is unknown but Rachel Alexander argues that is minuscule compared to what anti-death penalty advocates claim

Trump/Putin collusion: What did they know and when did they know it?: Mark Alexander says conservatives need to counter the most perilous domestic threat to American Liberty: collusion between Democrats and their mainstream media partisans

"Dirty, difficult, and dangerous": Why Millennials won't work in oil: The oil industry will soon be faced with a need for workers after the last of the Baby Boomers retire but they can't seem to interest Millennials in their jobs, writes Tsvetana Paraskova

Tesla battery, subsidy and sustainability fantasies: Paul Driessen argues that more subsidies from exhausted California taxpayers cannot compensate for hard realities of the electric vehicle market

No, conservatives don’t want to return to the 1950s: One of the favourite straw man arguments that liberals love to use is that conservatives want a return of the 1950s. Rachel Alexander says that's a distortion of what the right actually craves a return of

Responding to California’s travel boycott: Bruce Walker brings a hammer to respond to California's decision to boycott state agency travel to any state who have passed laws that don't meet with the approval of the Golden State

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Twenty-Two: The Patience Required By Emotional Arithmetic: Michael Moriarty has nothing but praise for the 2007 film Emotional Arithmetic thanks to a top notch cast and a powerful experience and message

Cdn pol Shades of quickly fading blue – the decline of the Tory tradition in Canada since the 1980s (Part Seven):  Mark Wegierski looks further at the thought of Gad Horowitz, and compares “British” to “WASP” identities

Exposing the ABCCBSNBCCNNMSNBCPBSNPR cartel: Some recent recorded revelations have shown what America's mainstream media is really all about, writes Dr. Robert Owens

After the defeat of ISIS in Mosul, Iran prepares for regional domination: The real victor in the defeat of Mosul was Iran and its plans for a zone of Shiite domination, not the Iraqi people, writes Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Dr. Shimon Shapira

Illinois leftist Democrat petitions Congress with a rifle: Protective details for every member of Congress? Michael R. Shannon isn't exactly a fan of the notion that politicians should live in a protective cocoon denied many other people

Trump Jr.’s email:  Want to talk about treason? okay….: Selwyn Duke isn't particularly impressed by media and liberal claims that Donald Trump Jr.'s alleged contacts with Russia is treasonous considering the left's long history of similar behavior

The technical failure that could clear the oil glut in a matter of weeks: Oil prices remain low thanks to a continuing glut in supply but Cyril Widdershoven argues that some recent news from Middle Eastern oil producers could literally change that overnight

Al Gore, Al Jazeera and Al Qa'ida: Mark Alexander reacts to the news that Al Gore is suing Al Jazeera and seeking windfall profits from the Islamist media propagandist

Insanity and hypocrisy Down Under: Paul Driessen comments on Al Gore’s bombast and hypocrisy, an energy debacle “no one saw coming,” and lessons for USA

Hizbullah mouthpiece presents “Israel’s Options in the Face of the Resistance”: Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Dr. Shimon Shapira presents an essay recently written by Hizbullah affiliated newspaper Al-Akhbar which discusses Israel's military options to deal with the terrorist group

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