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Elon Musk has massively transformed politics and media to help the right: Before Elon Musk bought Twitter, argues Rachel Alexander, a conservative couldn't get an even break on that platform. That sure has changed since the fall of last year

Twenty-two years since "9/11"-- the "Fall of Rome" and the "Decline of the West": Twenty-two years since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Mark Wegierski offers a sharp analysis, for the "9/12" crowd

Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2023 (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at the weakness of Canadian conservative infrastructures

Fighting the climate scare to defend life: Abortion activists have hopped on the climate change bandwagon and Tom Harris argues that pro-life advocates need to respond with the strong evidence to counter their claims

The survival of the PA despite the failure of the Oslo Accords: The Oslo Accords signed in 1993 have ultimately proved to be a failure but Israel and the Palestinian Authority have stuck with it and Yoni Ben Menachem explains why

View from the White House Medal of Honor ceremony for Larry Taylor: Last week Mark Alexander attended the White House for a well-deserved Medal of Honor ceremony for Vietnam veteran Larry Taylor

This Labor Day, reflect on why ESG is bad for workers: Monday marks the day when the workers of the world celebrate the contributions of their labour. Stefan Padfield says the target of their struggle shouldn't be the free market, but politicized business

Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2023 (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at mass education and mass media in both countries

How pro-lifers can beat the climate scare challenging their movement: Climate change activists have been working hard to make a link between weather and abortion. Yes, you did read that correctly. Tom Harris has information for pro-life advocates to answer back

No, Jennifer Rubin, John Eastman's defense is not doing poorly: Jennifer Rubin recently argued that Trump attorney John Eastman was on the ropes in his defence against disbarment. Rachel Alexander says it's actually otherwise

Biden's deadly AFG surrender and retreat — never forget: Last Wednesday marked the second anniversary of America's ignominious surrender of Afghanistan to the Taliban and Mark Alexander doesn't want you to forget who was responsible

Revelation not contemplation shows us the way: Many Christians -- if not most -- believe that they can divine the will of God by merely reading the Bible. Dr. Robert Owens says that is an arrogant path to follow as a believer

Hizbullah's increased activity among Arab Israelis intensifies the security risks Israel faces: In news that should surprise exactly no one, Hizbullah has been making inroads with Israel's Arab population and smuggling in weapons through them. Yoni Ben Menachem explains the situation

Bloomberg finances and coopts state attorneys general: Paul Driessen argues that State Attorney Generals are aiding Michael Bloomberg in his quest for 'green' energy that threatens planet, wildlife and people

The 'hypothetical conflict' that may be at the root of Disney's woes: When discussing the social agenda of Disney many tend to discuss the role that companies like BlackRock play but Stefan Padfield says there's another organization with their finger in the pie

Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2023 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at multiculturalism and varied types of "affirmative-action"-type policies in Canada

Minority-owned businesses suffer a second pandemic of crime as local governments handcuff the police: The pandemic hammered small businesses particularly hard, argues Stone Washington, and local governments allowing crime to run rampant in recent years isn't helping in their recovery

This is how the Georgia prosecutors will be disbarred for charging Trump with RICO crimes: Pro-Trump lawyers -- what relatively few there are -- have been facing sanctions from state bars for years. In this parody essay, Rachel Alexander envisions a world where prosecutors of Donald Trump and his allies is repaid in kind

Urban violent crime & legal gun ownership: A story of geographical assault in the U.S.: Cassandra McBride examines the links between violent crime and homicides in the United States and the gun laws that various state and local governments impose on the population. Not surprisingly there is a link

How can I trust the Bible?: It's a natural question that's been asked by believer and non-believer alike: How can one trust the Bible given it's age and history? Dr. Robert Owens says the answer is obvious -- at least to him

Demos use the coffins of murdered children as their political platform: Mark Alexander examines the case of a Republican governor who stumbled into a legislative "gun control" cluster of his own making

Specie money: The forgotten currency: Most modern nations up until recently utilized what is called "specie money" -- essentially coins made out of metal that could be traded for bank notes of equivalent value. Christopher Larsen explains what happened to specie money in the United States

Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah's rattles sabers against Israel: In recent weeks Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah has unleashed a war of words against Israel in the apparent belief that the Jewish state has been weakened from within

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