Written by Cliff Kincaid
My New Year’s resolution is a repeat: never to trust the Big Media again. Except that the Big Media now include people like Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart.
Written by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
As 2013 draws to a close, let's pause to recall some important developments for the cause of liberty – some of which you already know well, and others you'll be hearing about for the first time.
Written by J. D. Longstreet
All this time I have been laboring under the false impression that the Congress was constitutionally assigned the duty of making and changing (amending) law(s) for the country.
Silly me! I am SO embarrassed! Just shows how dumb a poor ole swamp ...
Written by Michael Snyder
Have you noticed that there has been an absolute explosion in the number of people developing chronic illnesses, heart disease, diabetes and cancer? If you are like most Americans, you probably have quite a few family members and friends that are seriously ill right now. Sadly, most ...
Written by Walid Shoebat
The New York Times’ David D. Kirkpatrick may have a motive for wanting to leave out any evidence of an Egyptian connection to the Benghazi attacks on 9/11/12; he is the Cairo Bureau Chief. After reading what amounts to his “novel” – replete with actual chapters – in the New York Times,two things ...
Written by Frank Salvato
In typical Progressive fashion, the New York Timesset itself to re-writing the events of al Qaeda’s 2012 attack on the US embassy compound in Benghazi, Libya; an attack that took the lives of four Americans, including a US ambassador. At any other point in the history of our country, the ...
Written by Andrew C. McCarthy
A government that creates the climate for bullying is the worst of the bullies.
In “protecting the rights of all people to worship the way they choose,” then–secretary of state Hillary Clinton vowed“to use some old-fashioned techniques of peer pressure and shaming, so that people don’t feel that ...
Written by Majid Rafizadeh
Thanks to the Obama administration’s uninformed and flimsy foreign policy decisions, the year 2013 has distinctively been a blessing for the independent Islamist parties and fundamentalist Islamic governments throughout the Middle East and the world. Although it is somewhat difficult to ...
Written by Alan Caruba
Obama’s promise to lead an open and transparent administration has become an “albatross” according to a Dec 24 Politico.com analysis by Josh Gerstein. As Obama’s fifth year in office wraps up, much of the Washington and nation’s press corps is very unhappy.