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Outrageous persecution of J6 political prisoner Jake Lang continues: Three and a half years after the January 6 "insurrection" there continue to be people being held before their trials and Jake Lang is one of them, says Rachel Alexander

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

Caitlin Clark and the psychology of WNBA racial hatred: Regardless of what you think of the WNBA, writes Selwyn Duke, rookie Caitlin Clark is bringing some more eyeballs to the league...and not everyone is happy that it's her doing it

Gender-confusion month ends but is never over: In case you somehow did not notice or weren't endlessly reminded, June was, once again, gender-confusion month, reports Mark Alexander

Hizbullah's Hassan Nasrallah and Iran plan a Mediterranean naval campaign against Israel: Hizbullah continues to try and expand its war against Israel and appear to be eyeing the Mediterranean as a new front -- one that also includes a threat aimed at Cyprus, says Yoni Ben Menachem

Sagging retail sales: Another sign Americans may be tapped out: A number of economic indicators related to debt, savings and retail sales show that Americans may have finally reached the end of the spending ride, writes Mike Maharrey

Fukuyama, thirty-five years after -- some still unanswered philosophical questions (Part Two): Mark Wegierski argues that the serious critique of modernity is absent from Francis Fukuyama's thesis

Notes from the Back Row: Maestro myths, humor, and other musician fiction: A recent reading of Norman Lebrecht's book The Maestro Myth prompted musician Charlotte B. Cerminaro to mull the role and reputation of orchestral conductors

We can and must adjust to climate change – and not kill billions: Paul Driessen argues that we've always adjusted to the world and its changes and have no right to tell others they can't have modern living standards when it comes to acting on climate change

Fiance of RINO Maricopa County attorney Rachel Mitchell reportedly caught using crude language on X: Is the husband of a woman who helped lead the charge against Kari Lake verbally attacking opponents on X/Twitter? Rachel Alexander explores the situation

Giant investment houses are still infinitely partisan: If you fell for the pronouncements by big investment houses that they were cooling it on the ESG when it came to the money they were ladling out, you are going to be disappointed, writes Scott Shepard

Twisting IDF hostage rescue triumph into anti-Israel hatred: Paul Driessen reports that the remarkable hostage rescue by Israel quickly morphed into new accusations of a genocidal massacre

The petrodollar is dead and that's a big deal: The decades old arrangement between the United States and Saudi Arabia that caused all oil trade to be conducted in US dollars ended last week and Mike Maharrey argues it's a seismic event that will carry huge repercussions going forward

On the 50th anniversary of Dungeons and Dragons (1974) -- 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

Under-counting anti-white hate crimes: Every year the FBI releases statistics breaking down racial hate crimes but if media reporting and pundits are indicative of the quality of those numbers, Thomas M. Sipos has little faith in their accuracy

No, abortion does not drive moderate women to the polls: Pundits love to opine that the abortion issue is one of the drivers of moderate female voters heading to the election polls but Rachel Alexander counters that the data would appear not to support that belief

Fukuyama, thirty-five years after -- some still unanswered philosophical questions (Part One): Mark Wegierski argues that Francis Fukuyama ignored certain important thinkers in his landmark essay The End of History?

Federal Reserve wants to cut rates, appears trapped by inflation: Some are celebrating what would appear to be the end of higher inflation but Stefan Gleason believes that the US Federal Reserve seems to be operating from the assumption that the inflation rate is still too high

The world will never be free if it believes official gold data: Whenever you read a news report about gold reserves, Chris Powell would like you to take everything in that article with a giant grain of salt...and he explains why

Is there a financial crisis bubbling under the surface?: Deteriorating bond portfolios are are a ticking time bomb in the American financial system, argues Mike Maharrey, and few people seem to be taking the risk seriously

On the 50th anniversary of Dungeons and Dragons (1974) -- A dark turn in the pop-culture? (Part Twenty-Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the "dark future" boardgame, Shattered States

Worst states to be a gun owner: The Second Amendment may be a hallmark feature of America's constitution but there are states in the union where gun owners do not have an easy life. Cassandra McBride ranks the worst of them

Wrongly convicted, highly decorated conservative Marine colonel publishes book after exoneration: In a rare case of lawfare that the good guys won, Col. Dan Wilson was exonerated after years of fighting to prove his innocence. Now, reports Rachel Alexander, he's written a book to detail his experiences

Visiting Torun, birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus, in 2004: Mark Wegierski recalls a happier time in East-Central Europe, twenty years ago

Central banks are destroying our economies: Andre Marques argues that central banks are the root cause of so many problems in any nation's economy and the only cure is to eliminate them

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