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A Thanksgiving Toast To The Old Breed

A Thanksgiving Toast To The Old Breed

By Victor Davis Hanson, November 22, 2017 1:14 pm The late World War II combat veteran and memoirist E. B. Sledge enshrined his generation of fellow Marines as “The Old Breed” in his gripping account of the hellish battle of Okinawa. Now, most of those who fought in World War II are either dead or in their nineties. […]

Why the Roy Moore Accusations Terrify Me as a Wife and Mother

Why the Roy Moore Accusations Terrify Me as a Wife and Mother

EDITOR’S NOTE: Megan Fox lays out a compelling argument for women AND men to be fearful of events taking place surrounding the as-yet unproved accusations made against Judge Roy Moore. Add to this the chilling affect such accusations may have on reporting by women (and men) who are truly victims of sexual predation and assault […]

Things I’ve Found to be Thankful for in 2017

Things I’ve Found to be Thankful for in 2017

. by Thomas L. Knapp It’s that time of year, and like most of you I’m planning on a big meal and a lazy afternoon as America celebrates yet another Thanksgiving. Naturally, I’m also thinking back over the previous year and looking for things to be thankful for. I’ve found some. Here are a few […]

NYT Op-Ed: Charles Manson Was Just Another Right-Winger

NYT Op-Ed: Charles Manson Was Just Another Right-Winger

By Brittany M. Hughes, 11-21-17 The New York Times ran an opinion column Tuesday claiming that Charles Manson – the now deceased infamous cult leader who orchestrated the gruesome deaths of nine people in Los Angeles back in 1969 – wasn’t so much a warped product of his times as he was a crazy right-winger. Because nothing says […]

Avalanches of global warming alarmism

Avalanches of global warming alarmism

. By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris Throughout the United Nations Climate Change Conference that wrapped up in Bonn, Germany this week, the world has been inundated with the usual avalanche of manmade global warming alarmism. The UN expects us to believe that extreme weather, shrinking sea ice, and sea level rise will soon […]

The Honest Ads Act: “Fundamental Rights,” Real and Imagined

The Honest Ads Act: “Fundamental Rights,” Real and Imagined

. by Thomas L. Knapp Wikipedia defines “moral panic” as “a feeling of fear spread among a large number of people that some evil threatens the well-being of society” and notes that A Dictionary of Sociology attributes the cultivation of moral panics to “moral entrepreneurs and the mass media.” We’re well into the second year […]

Let´s Get It Done For J.B. Stone, The Indomitable “Human Test Rat and Raconteur Extraordinaire”

Let´s Get It Done For J.B. Stone, The Indomitable “Human Test Rat and Raconteur Extraordinaire”

  By FRANK MIELE | Republished From Daily Inter Lake A press release from Sen. Jon Tester that I received last Tuesday held some apparent good news for a small group of veterans who have been fighting a private war against the Pentagon for three or four decades. Tester introduced a bill in March to […]

Virginia goes Don Quixote

Virginia goes Don Quixote

. By Paul Driessen Democrat Ralph Northam had barely won the Virginia governor’s race when his party announced it would impose a price on greenhouse gases emissions, require a 3% per year reduction in GHG emissions, and develop a cap-and-trade scheme requiring polluters to buy credits for emitting carbon dioxide. Meanwhile, liberal governors from California, […]

Impeachment Theater, 2017 Edition

Impeachment Theater, 2017 Edition

. by Thomas L. Knapp As US president Donald Trump returned to the White House after a 12-day trip to Asia, he might be forgiven for wishing he’d spent more time seeing the sights of the Far East. Back home he faces a Republican Party torn by scandalous allegations against its candidate for US Senate from […]

Macron unaware how IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) has deceived the world

Macron unaware how IPCC  (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) has deceived the world

 . By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris On Wednesday, French President Emmanuel Macron told the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany, that France would cover the cost of U.S. donations to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that President Donald Trump has vowed to cancel. Macron demonstrated that he does not […]

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