Written by Melanie Oubre
While speaking at an economic roundtable in Washington, D.C. yesterday, the CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers said he knows of 600,000 open jobs in the manufacturing field. He blamed his inability to find workers on our lack of immigration.
Written by Micael Snyder
If you could merge your current mind and body with technology that would give you superhuman powers and would allow you to live forever, would you do it? This is essentially what the transhumanism movement is seeking to accomplish. Transhumanists envision a day when technology will ...
Written by Arnold Ahlert
The ongoing efforts by the Obama administration and their media apparatchiks to boost the “soaring” enrollment figures of ObamaCare have hit another bump in the road. Despite administration’s highly dubious figure of eight million enrollments, the latest McKinsey survey tracking ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
Russian influence operations in Washington, D.C. have not been affected by the weak sanctions imposed on some members of Vladimir Putin’s inner circle (but not Putin himself) in Moscow. The “World Russia Forum” will be held June 16th and 17thin the Hart Senate Office Building and features Sergei ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
Monica Lewinsky wasn’t brought back from a cul-de-sac of the ‘90s celebrity scandal universe, where Kato Kaelin still sleeps on a couch, Amy Fisher stalks quiet Long Island streets and Tonya Harding skates around in circles, in order to hurt Bill and Hillary.
Vanity Fairbrought Monica in to help ...
Written by Genevieve Wood
What did we learn from the primary races held in a handful of states this week?
Most of the mainstream media explained it was the demise of the tea party and proof of a growing schism among various factions of the Republican Party. On the flip side were those who suggested the “establishment” ...
Written by Mike Nicley
President Obama has taken extraordinary steps to restrict immigration law enforcement in our nation's interior. Ex-DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano was all too willing to support Obama's anti-enforcement ideology by implementing enforcement policies that effectively gifted amnesty to millions of ...
Written by J.D. Longstreet
Have they begun stringing barbed wire again? Have they set-up new ovens again? How about those showers, are they getting them operational again? Are they stock-piling Zyklon B gas already?
Sadly, many Americans reading the paragraph above have no idea what the heck I'm muttering about.
Written by Peter Lemiska
When former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was invited to deliver the keynote address at the Rutgers University commencement ceremony, some faculty members objected, and the New Brunswick Faculty Council eventually issued a resolution to rescind her invitation. According to National Review, ...