Written by Michael Cutler
Front Page Magazine
Many years ago, back when I was a student at Brooklyn College, a communications professor, whose words of wisdom still reverberate in my mind, stated, “You cannot sell a product, a service or a concept if you use more than ten words.”
Written by Toby Westerman
There is a transatlantic attack on the system of local policing in the United States. Liberal politicians in the United States are now joined by liberal British journalists in an attempt to bring neighborhood policing under the authority of the central government in Washington D.C.
Written by Michael Snyder
Internet buzz about a giant meteor that is going to strike our planet in September has become so intense that NASA has been forced to issue a statement publicly denying that it is going to happen. NASA insists that the agency knows of “no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with ...
Written by Michael Cutler
Michael Cutler | Front Page Magazine
On June 2, 2015 the Washington Times published a report about how massive failures of screeners employed by the TSA, an agency that operates under the aegis of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), failed to find weapons, in the great majority of ...
Written by Sundance
June 6th, the anniversary of D-Day, the allied landing to free Europe from Nazi occupation. June 6th 1944, Operation Overlord began.
One might think a passing notation from our president would be appropriate for an anniversary where 6,500 allies, mostly American, died every single ...
Written by Arnold Ahlert
On the matter of ISIS, presumed GOP presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has embraced the same revisionist history promoted by Democrats, blaming Republican “hawks” for the group’s rise and expansion. “ISIS exists and grew stronger because of the hawks in our party, who gave arms ...
Written by Van Esser
Proponents of Trade Promotion Authority legislation say built-in “safeguards” will allow Congress to protect American workers from the adverse impacts of immigration provisions in trade deals. But they know these safeguards are mere window dressing when a president refuses to be bound by the law ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
Since Matt Drudge is a recluse who doesn’t respond to questions about his news judgment or political views, it’s hard to know for sure why he put a photograph of Edward Snowden on his website above the words, “Free to chat without NSA tracking! At least for now.” Was he recognizing enemy agent ...
Written by Tom DeWeese
The number of candidates for President seems to grow on a daily basis. Each new candidate attempts to convince us they are the new hope for a better tomorrow. Jobs. Inequality. And the ever popular – “let’s be bipartisan so we can all move forward together!” These are the topics – the safe topics – ...