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Global warming scare tactics aren’t working

Global warming scare tactics aren’t working

by Ben Bullard Americans are far more concerned about drinking polluted water than they are about policy initiatives to combat global warming and/or climate change, deforestation and species extinction — and they’re steadily losing interest in environmental frights of every stripe. That’s according to the most recent iteration of Gallup’s annual Environment survey, which finds […]

March 26th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

EPA eyes backyard barbecue grills as unhealthy polluters

EPA eyes backyard barbecue grills as unhealthy polluters

by Ben Bullard As part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s current push to hand out $15,000 grants to anybody with a heavy hand, the University of California-Riverside will benefit from government backing to develop a way to reduce emissions from backyard barbecue grills. According to the agency’s grant summary, EPA will hand UC-Riverside the funds […]

March 22nd, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

World War II myths fuel Western crimes

World War II myths fuel Western crimes

  by Kevin Barrett Freshman US Senator Tom Cotton already has two claims to fame. First he wrote a letter to Iran in an effort to sabotage his own President’s diplomatic efforts and start a war. And then he set an all-time record by invoking Hitler in less than one minute during his first Senate […]

March 22nd, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

Diluting Your Vote for Total Control

Diluting Your Vote for Total Control

by Common Constitutionalist It’s gotten so easy to vote nowadays. There is early (and often) voting, absentee voting, vote by mail, and I’m sure in the not too distant future there will be internet voting, right from your phone. Voting used to be a privilege – a process where a citizen would actually want to […]

March 18th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

“Don’t Like Gay Marriage? You Will be Forced to Like It. . . or Else”

“Don’t Like Gay Marriage? You Will be Forced to Like It. . . or Else”

by Gary DeMar The Meme below has been making its way around Facebook. There are a lot of good “Don’ts” on the list that I can agree with. It’s the first one that has a great number of problems. First, it’s poorly written. “Don’t like gay marriage? Don’t get married.” It makes no sense. It […]

March 18th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

Al Gore gets Orwellian on climate change skeptics; calls for punishment

Al Gore gets Orwellian on climate change skeptics; calls for punishment

by Ben Bullard Every year, Al Gore pauses from his overscheduled itinerary of making a fool of himself at climate change speeches around the world to pause at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, where he drops by to make a fool of himself in front of hipsters, activists and a sizable jumble […]

March 17th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

Texas Republican says filming police should be a crime, especially when armed

Texas Republican says filming police should be a crime, especially when armed

by Sam Rolley If one Texas lawmaker gets his way, it will be a misdemeanor for residents of the Lone Star State to point a camera at a police officer from a distance of 25 or fewer feet. Republicans state Rep. Jason Villalbla told reporters last week that his measure, H.B. 2918, is aimed at […]

March 17th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

FCC Commissioners Warn ‘Net Neutrality’ Sets Stage for New Internet Taxes

FCC Commissioners Warn ‘Net Neutrality’ Sets Stage for New Internet Taxes

RANDY DESOTO   The FCC “net neutrality” order does not directly impose new Internet taxes at this time…true, but it opens the door for new ones almost certain to come down the road. Two commissioners, who dissented from the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to adopt ‘net neutrality’ regulations, warn that the Internet’s new status as […]

March 15th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

Murder and Narcotrafficking in the Marines

Murder and Narcotrafficking in the Marines

by Robert O’Dowd The bond between two brothers is reinforced when one brother breaks his neck and the other helps him regain his health to enter medical school. Years later, the older brother, now a Marine Corps colonel, is murdered to keep him from blowing the whistle on narcotrafficking of cocaine into the US. The […]

March 15th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »

Zionist Things Fall Apart

Zionist Things Fall Apart

by Jonas E. Alexis Alexander Solzhenitsyn: “The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie. One word of truth outweighs the world.” The Zionist fellowship is fading. Last February, the Jewish Daily Forwarddid not hesitate to say that Netanyahu “has badly damaged relations between the two countries and destroyed […]

March 15th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, News | Read More »