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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

I can destroy your reputation and career in two minutes: Rachel Alexander reports that conservatives face a new threat online -- character assassination through hacking and cyber-thuggery that could affect their real world lives

A dark turn in the pop-culture? (Part Twenty-Three): Mark Wegierski advances a possible major counter-argument to the main points of the series

Michael Lear: Part Ten The Devil's Disciples' Deadliest Game: The invasion of the Ukraine and ISIS in the Middle East have been successful largely because of detachment from the United States...something Michael Moriarty believes will eventually change

Real-Time Self-Government In The Cryptocurrency Frontier: The NEM populists smell blood and brandish the hemlock: In the latest of his series in the rarely investigated world of alt- or cryptocurrency, Daniel M. Ryan explores a footnote in that world's history that illustrates an important point

Pondering the Perry indictment: Bruce Walker ponders the recent indictment of Texas Gov. Rick Perry, the figure behind it and why she needs to be judged as well

An economist's bad climate advice: Many of those parroting the climate change orthodoxy have been taken in by so-called experts who have a stake in maintaining a fraud, says Alan Caruba

Don't worry be happy: The world changes so fast today that for many people its simply difficult to process the pace and possibilities. Dr. Robert Owens has a possible solution

Jobs numbers tank as Obama's policies fail: Dr. Peter Morici charges that Barack Obama's policies have failed on virtually every front in the war on unemployment

Obama fails to warn Americans of possibility of  9-11 anniversary attack this week: A whole pile of jetliners in Libya went missing recently and no one in government seems to think that they could be used in terrorist attacks, reports Rachel Alexander

Could a Qatari "rescue" of America be in our future?: Harold Witkov proposes one possible future for the United States which involves a powerful and rich Middle Eastern nation. Tongue in cheek or...

What difference at this point does it make?: The death of Michael Brown at the hands of a police officer in Ferguson, Miss brought many people out of the woodwork who announced they cared but Robert T. Smith wants to know why they didn't care about him before he was shot

Meet Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: The leader of ISIS and the new Caliph of the Islamic State: Visionary or madman? Whatever you may think of him David M. Huntwork says ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has a plan and he's putting it into place at an impressive clip

Obama: All for some but none for liberty: Barack Obama has been repeatedly confronted by forces that aren't interested in human liberty and each time he has failed the test, says Frank Salvato

What I did on my summer vacation – another climatologist's perspective: We should celebrate fossil fuels as givers and savers of human life, not condemn them, writes David R. Legates after an insightful summer vacation

Freedom of religion, not freedom from religion: Alan Caruba argues that America is still a land of faith and that those who believe need to keep fighting for their rights

Examining two possible strategies for success today -- networking vs. "borderdwelling": Mark Wegierski offers some strategic, sociology-based advice for persons of any defined outlook

Michael Lear: Part Nine: The Ultimate Triumph Of Hanoi Jane: Sen. John McCain's recent visit to Hanoi and his support to lift a ban on weapons sales to Vietnam have Michael Moriarty disappointed on a grand scale

Real-time self-government In the cryptocurrency frontier: The rise of altcoin populism, liberal-style, through Lockean dissent: Cryptocurrency populism? Daniel M. Ryan's series on alternative currencies delves into that world and how envy can destroy all

Across time and death: Iran and the ISIS challenge: It's not just the U.S. which is preoccupied with the threat by ISIS. Michael Segall says that Iran is also wondering how to handle the threat posed by them

Convicted drunk driver indicts Perry: Texas Governor Rick Perry has been indicted on abuse of power and Rachel Alexander believes that Democrats may have gone too far in their war

Yes, Mr. Holder, words matter: U.S. Attorney Gen. Eric Holder has pledged a fair investigation of the events in Ferguson, Missouri but Frank Salvato says a careful parsing of his words shouldn't fill anyone with confidence

Trampling on Coal Country families: Barack Obama and the EPA are determined to destroy US coal, people's lives and welfare be damned, argues Paul Driessen

Ukraine's next crisis? Economic disaster: Still reeling from its war against Russian-backed rebels, Robert Bensh argues that the Ukraine will soon be facing another huge challenge

Stupid is as stupid does: The Obama administration's reaction to ISIS' threat to bring war to America's shores is nothing short of insanely stupid, writes Frank Salvato

Big fat lies about fat: Americans have been told for a long time that fat is bad for them but Alan Caruba says that the political and medical war is based on myth, not facts

Taxpayers, beware – of Big Wind's latest deceitful ad campaign: Facing trouble abroad, Siemens ads seek to tap into US taxpayers and wind welfare system, reports Mary Kay Barton

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