Written by Terri Hall
Terri Hall, Examiner
Rick Perry may be good at invoking states rights and property rights, while disavowing ‘foreign creditors,’but his actions as Texas’ longest serving governor tell a different story. Public private partnerships (or P3s) are part and parcel of the United Nations’ ...
Written by Eliana Benador
The first time we seriously saw Barack Hussein Obama was with the Clintons. A couple of years later, when he became a candidate to President of the United States, liberal America was mesmerized in front of this man making all efforts to charm whoever was looking at his smile. ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
During a time when Ron Paul supporters are complaining, with some justification, about the major media not giving their candidate’s success in Iowa enough attention, the Texas congressman is getting enormously favorable coverage from a foreign propaganda outlet—Russia Today television.
Written by Eliana Benador
“There are in fact two things, science and opinion; the former begets knowledge, the latter ignorance.” Hippocrates (c460-c.377 BCE)
My heart bleeds today... It’s sad to see a giant, a champion in the world, the world superpower being brought down to her knees, brick by brick, by those ...
Written by John W. Whitehead
“Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes … known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of the few.… No nation could ...
Written by Jim Kouri
With the media frenzy over the "big showdown" Sunday night between President Obama -- with Democrat lawmakers -- and Republican lawmakers to hash out a proposed budget agreement, few reporters are covering the deep, deep budget cuts for agencies that protect the United States, its citizens and its ...
Written by Henry Lamb
Where, exactly, does the U.S. Constitution authorize the federal government to create "sustainable communities" in order to:
Written by Richard L. Cravatts, PhD
You recently wrote an essay, “Why I’m Sailing to Gaza,” in which you tried to defend the indefensible; namely, your intention to violate international law by attempting to penetrate Israel’s legal blockade of Gaza, purportedly for the purpose of delivering aid to the suffering Gazans—although in ...
Written by Marshall Frank
The fallout from the Anthony Weiner fiasco includes a mystery no one yet has resolved, especially the media which is ignoring it like the plague. Make that: Two mysteries
Mystery # 1) How is it that Anthony Weiner, a Jew, married a devout Muslim woman, and vice-versa?