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How Congress Should Seize The Brexit Opportunity

June 26, 2016 by


By Sen. Mike Lee ~ This week, the people of Britain won a major victory for democracy and sovereignty by voting to leave the European Union. Many on the left, along with their allies in the media, are predicting that this Brexit will lead to economic disaster for Britain, if not all of Europe and […]

Brexit – For Britain, June 23 Is Independence Day

June 25, 2016 by


By Ted R. Bromund, Ph.D ~ In a historic referendum, by a margin of a million votes, the British people have decided to leave the European Union. Brexit is no longer a dream. It is a fact. This is a momentous event in British history, and a dark day for the European Project. It is […]

Brexit – Vox Notes Cluelessness Of Oxford Students On Brexit Vote

June 25, 2016 by


By P.J. Gladnick ~ The shocked reaction of Oxford University students to the Brexit vote yesterday was notable for the fact that they were so firmly ensconced in their liberal bubble that even Vox took note of their extreme divorce from reality. As we shall see, it never even occurred to them that (gasp) the […]

Facebook Confirms Meeting With Glenn Beck, Other Conservatives

May 16, 2016 by


By Tim Graham ~ Facebook has confirmed Glenn Beck’s report that Mark Zuckerberg will host a meeting with conservatives on Wednesday in their California offices to discuss the Gizmodo report that Facebook quashed trending conservative news items. The web site noted Beck publicly announced the meeting on his Facebook page on Saturday: I was […]

It Didn’t Start With Marx

May 14, 2016 by


By Edward Cline ~ An extraordinary book came my way, one which alters to some degree my own focus on the current conflict between socialism and conservatism, between secular political collectivism and religious political collectivism in America. This is George Watson‘s The Lost Literature of Socialism, originally published in 1998 and reissued in 2001. Then, […]

The “Too Hard To Do” Syndrome

March 16, 2016 by


By Peter Huessy ~ On May 25, 1961 President John F. Kennedy stood before Congress and said that before the decade was finished the United States should land a man on the moon and return him to earth. A year and a half later, in an address at Rice University, known as the “We choose […]

The 2016 Election For Dummies – Part 2

February 9, 2016 by


By Lawrence Sellin Ph.D. ~ On August 5, 2015, I wrote: The two most important issues of the 2016 election are non-partisan. (1)    The federal government and the media are, as institutions, hopelessly corrupt. (2)    The United States has elections, but we no longer have representative government. None of the problems facing the country can […]


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