Written by Frank Salvato
Written by Aaron Goldstein
August 21, 2008
by Aaron Goldstein
Barack Obama will undoubtedly wax eloquent when he accepts the Democratic Party nomination in front of 75,000 adoring acolytes at Denver’s Mile High Stadium on August 28th. Obama will talk about hope, change, this being our moment and how yes we can. His ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
August 21, 2008
By Cliff Kincaid
Our media are running stories about the planks in the new 2008 Democratic Party platform but they've missed a big one-expansion of the power of the United Nations, and especially more U.S. involvement in U.N.-authorized military operations.
Written by Marie Jon
August 20, 2008
We will soon know who the Democrat and Republican vice-presidential candidates will be. Who will Sen. John McCain pick to stand beside him? Although to some it is doubtful, will Mitt Romney be his choice?
Written by Stephen Brown
It has become a familiar refrain that America and its allies are "losing the war in Afghanistan." But a closer look at developments on the ground tells another story.
Written by Michael J. Totten
Russia's invasion of Georgia has unleashed a refugee crisis all over the country and especially in its capital. Every school here in Tbilisi is jammed with civilians who fled ...
Written by Vincent Gioia
By Vincent Gioia
Persecution of Christians and Jews is not new in this world. Although such condemnation for religious beliefs goes back thousands of years, Nazi Germany developed it into an art form with the wholesale murder of Jewish people. Of course, the Nazis didn't limit ...
Written by Jeffrey M. Frederick
Written by Chuck Baldwin
August 19, 2008
by Chuck Baldwin
Dr. Jerome Corsi is probably the most controversial man in America these days. His blockbuster new book, The Obama Nation, is currently the New York Times Number One Bestseller, and media talking heads are having a hissy fit.