Written by Myron Magnet,
Why was the American Revolution, of all great revolutions, the only successful one, resulting in two centuries and more of unexampled freedom and prosperity? The French Revolution, by contrast, illuminated by America’s example and Enlightenment thought, began in blissful optimism but ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
The United States of America has a State Department, it has row after row of people who speak badly every language from Arabic to Swahili badly, and it has rich donors who take on the task of acting as ambassadors to some foreign country every four to eight years. There are think-tanks, actual ...
Written by Tabitha Korol
USA Today and Fox News understood Israel was attacked by terrorists, but The New York Times, ABC, NBC, and CBS won’t say “whodunit.” The Arabs who carried out their psychological warfare against Israeli civilians for the past 12 years, sending over 12,000 rockets, mortars, and missiles to ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
It would be tempting to attribute the disaster spreading across the Middle East to a brief flirtation with democracy snake oil, but for the better part of the last century the political class of the United States could talk of nothing else. Nearly every war was fought was to spread democracy, ...
Written by Col. Tom Snodgrass
In Spite Of The Media's Apathy, There Are Vital National Security Issues At Stake
By Col. Tom Snodgrass (Ret.), Right Side News
A List Of The National Security Issues Involved In Obama’s Benghazigate Cover-up
1. The failure of President Obama’s Arab Spring-Foreign Policy.
2. The fallacious ...
Written by Anthony Wile and Steve Forbes
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Steve Forbes.
Introduction: Steve Forbes is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Forbes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine, the company's flagship publication. Forbesis the nation's leading business magazine with ...
Written by Wallbuilders
This month marks the 392nd year since the Mayflower landed on what is now known as Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts. Blown off course from their original destination and having landed at the beginning of winter, half of these brave men, women, and children died after their first winter in this country....
Written by Andrew C. McCarthy
CBS News is reportingthat it was the office of the Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, that purged references to “al Qaeda” and “terrorism” from talking points given to Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Rice used those talking points to promote the lie that the ...
Written by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
The day came last week, that I never would have dreamed would come about. Hostess (founded in 1930) went Galtand shut down laying off 18,500. Hostess had been going through severe financial challenges, so renegotiations with the unions was no surprise. They had already been through bankruptcy and ...