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Federal employees want taxpayers to keep their distance: What is the latest outrage proposed by the vile Trump administration? The high crime of moving parts of the Department of Agriculture and Bureau of Land Management closer to the people their decisions affect, writes Michael R. Shannon

Seventy-five years since the fateful Warsaw Uprising of 1944 – a précis of the role of Poland and the Poles in World War II (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at Poland under German and Soviet occupations

The two witnesses who helped change my life: Dr. Robert Owens isn't afraid to admit that he used to live a life of dissolution -- that is until he saw the light thanks to two people

Feliks Wegierski, artist and World War II veteran: Pola Kojder and Mark Wegierski write about Feliks Wegierski, who was born in Dzialdowo, Poland, 1923, and died in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2019

Government’s case against Steve Stockman getting weaker: The conviction of Steve Stockman, which Rachel Alexander argues was nothing more than a politically motivated hit job, is under heavy attack these days

Evidently Ahab Mueller wasn’t the captain of the Pequod: Robert Mueller's performance before the House of Representatives last week failed to impress anyone in the building, argues Michael R. Shannon

Elijah Cummings is a racist: Democrats hope shrieking "racism" at every opportunity will keep black voters on their plantation through 2020, argues Mark Alexander

After Fed disappoints, will Trump initiate currency intervention?: It would appear that the only people satisfied with the US Federal Reserve's monetary policy of late are those who work for the US Federal Reserve, says Stefan Gleason

Sound money movement gains momentum in the states: An interview with Jp Cortez: Mike Gleason talks with ESR contributor and Sound Money Defense League member Jp Cortez about the positive push advocates of sound money have made across the United States

Fraud and corruption bring big payoffs: Paul Driessen argues that California judges are providing a stage for kangaroo court justice over the Roundup weedkiller

The Demos' socialist Cloward-Piven pivot: Mark Alexander answers a simple question: What objectives and strategies do the Democrat Party and CPUSA have in common?

The President’s genius: Michael Moriarty has seen a lot of American presidents come and go -- some great, others less than mediocre -- but he proclaims Donald Trump to be the greatest he has ever seen

Seventy-five years since the fateful Warsaw Uprising of 1944 – a précis of the role of Poland and the Poles in World War II (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the beginning of the war, and Poland’s contributions to the Allied war effort

Yes, Baltimore is ‘a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess’: This past Saturday US President Donald Trump described Baltimore as a "rat and rodent infested mess" and was promptly declared a racist. Rachel Alexander says the president was correct with his words

Someone told me, “Go Back to Where You Came From!”: Erica Thomas isn't the only one who has known the pain of being told to "Go back to where you came from!" Selwyn Duke tells his own story of a similar incident

The oil crisis Saudi Arabia can't solve: Saudi Arabia has tremendous power when it comes to world oil markets, writes Cyril Widdershoven, but one thing it cannot do is protect those markets if war comes to the Middle East

Financial media elite defensively bash “useless” gold: If you had any doubt that financial elites -- including the journalists who cover that world -- despise the very notion of a gold standard and precious metals, Chris Powell will clear it up for you

EU Foreign Affairs Chief nominee downplays Iranian threats to annihilate Israel: Amb. Alan Baker was none too impressed by Spanish Foreign Minister and nominee for the post of EU Foreign Affairs Chief Joseph Borrell when he stated he wasn't concerned about Iranian threats to destroy Israel

The left is following communism’s playbook for revolution: Selwyn Duke says that America's political left is following the plan that communists have used so successfully to takeover societies by causing a break-down to enable their plans

Fitting in: Liberalism used to be about prestigious people like the Roosevelts, an image promoted by people like Ken Burns in his documentaries, but Michael Moriarty says the movement is little more than those who make up "The Squad"

Seventy-five years since the establishment date of the People’s Republic of Poland: Mark Wegierski recalls two trips to People’s Poland in the 1970s

We’ve all had an apple out of that sack: Dr. Robert Owens proudly proclaims himself a born-again Christian and one of his most important studies was of the Old Testament -- particularly the story of Jacob and Esau

Squabble over The Squad gets squalid: "The Squad" and the controversy over the "Send her back!" chant at a recent Donald Trump rally is explored in Greg Strange's latest essay in which he argues it's about politics, not race

Phoenix news anchor demonized merely for joining Parler: Rachel Alexander reports on a Phoenix Fox 10 news anchor who may have been fired for the odious crime of merely having a profile on Parler, a social networking service primarily used by conservatives

Trump endorsed by a Turk: Michael R. Shannon addresses the use of models by the Trump administration in its campaign videos and the president's current battle over the make-up of the census

Monetary metals don’t need a "gold standard" proxy system: Judy Shelton's nomination to the board of the US Federal Reserve is a good sign, says Stefan Gleason, and the debate surrounding a gold standard is even better

Bill to reinstate Obama pesticide ban ignores science: Paul Driessen argues that House legislation to ban neonicotinoids in wildlife refuges would hurt bees and wildlife

The left's moderation of conservative media: Mark Alexander says the political left is relentless and use Gestapo tactics when it comes to what they consider to be unworthy media outlets

Government is a great servant but horrid master: Today bigger, argues Jeffrey Foss, supremely powerful global governments are justified by environmental claims

Democrats’ problems controlling Congress: Democrats have had a run of bad luck in the last quarter century when it comes to controlling Congress and Bruce Walker believes that not much is going to change going forward

Fifteen years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated at Czestochowa, Poland (Part Three): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, fifteen years ago

Trump follows through with ICE raids on illegal immigrants: US President Donald Trump has talked a good game about illegal immigration for years but this past weekend he finally unleashed the power of the law, writes Rachel Alexander

The hidden reason why Fed Chairman Powell and "systemically important" banks oppose a gold standard: Mike Gleason argues that Fed Chairman Jerome Powell opposes the gold standard for a simple reason and it's not the one often floated

Trump’s health care transparency round 2: Michael R. Shannon lauds US President Donald Trump's latest attempt to force transparency into health care pricing but he doesn't think it goes far enough

The self-appointed digital arbiters of truth: As the power of media censors rises, Mark Alexander wants to know who will rate the media raters?

Modern societies require minerals, and mining: Paul Driessen and Ned Mamula report on congressional bills that would end US mining and leave USA dependent on foreign critical materials

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