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History Falsifies Climate Alarmist Sea Level Claims 

December 2, 2013 by


By  Paul Driessen  ~    My fellow climate realist Bob Endlich presents us with a valuable, entertaining and informative journey through the real history of climate change and sea level rise. As he points out, Roman Empire and Medieval port cities are now miles from the Mediterranean, because sea levels actually fell significantly during the […]

America’s Empire Of Trust

August 25, 2009 by


By Alan Caruba Though most Americans are unaware of it, the rest of the world is taking an active interest in the sometimes heated debate we are having regarding the alleged healthcare “reform” that is, in fact, yet another effort to push the nation further into the same socialist tentacles that have been embraced elsewhere. […]

How Empires Die

July 21, 2009 by


By Alan Caruba I recently read an interesting book by Christopher Kelly, The End of Empire: Attila the Hun and The Fall of Rome. Our popular image of Attila is that of a barbaric pagan, but Priscus of Panium set off to meet Attila in 449 AD and, as Kelly relates, “Attila turned out to […]