Written by Chuck Baldwin
In honor of Independence Day, I want to devote this column to the brave men of colonial America who were most responsible for our country’s successful separation from Great Britain, namely, the patriot pastors and stalwart statesmen of 1775 and 1776. It was the pulpit as much as the politician and ...
Written by JB Williams
One day before America celebrates its Independence Day, freedom, liberty and justice for all in a nation which no longer appears willing to fight for those things, the people of Egypt seize control of their own destiny by ousting the Muslim Brotherhood from power, a government placed in power by ...
Written by Frank Salvato
As we approach Independence Day 2013, this might be a good time to take stock on the American experience: where we are, where we came from, what we are supposed to be and what we have become, collectively, as a country. It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that the United States of America has become ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
With a few conservatives, such as Senator Rand Paul, on board, the radical left is gearing up for a replay of its 1970s campaigns against the intelligence gathering activities of the U.S. Government. Back then it was the FBI and CIA. This time, the target is the National Security Agency (NSA).
Written by J. D. Longstreet
150 years ago today, around 3 PM, some 12,000 Confederate soldiers, "stepped off" on a death march into a hailstorm of lead and canister shot poured into their ranks from well dug-in Union positions and artillery batteries on the outskirts of a little Pennsylvania town called Gettysburg.
Written by Daniel Greenfield
For generations it was received wisdom in foreign policy circles that the United States was hated because we supported tyrants who repressed the "will of the people". The point of reception was originally the propaganda desks of Moscow.
Written by Alan Caruba
Normally Americans celebrate the Fourth of July as the happy anniversary of the birth of the nation with the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. In 2013, our happiness is muted by fears of eroding freedoms; corrupt and incompetent governance.
Written by J. D. Longstreet
There seem to be two events based on the Zimmerman trial unfolding simultaneously. One: The judicial system's trial of George Zimmerman -- and two: The media's public lynching of George Zimmerman.
Written by Andrew C. McCarthy
The state of Florida’s politically-driven decision to charge George Zimmerman with murder has resulted, as some of us predicted it would, in a pathetically weak case. It has taken only a few days of trial to collapse of its own weightlessness – undone, in fact, by the direct testimony of a prosecution ...