Written by Julia A. Seymour - Business & Media Institute
Written by Karen Roche, Publisher, The Gold Report
As if the fairy godmother flicked her magic wand, once drab and droopy Saskatchewan has blossomed into the belle of the ball-and the healthiest economy in Canada. According to Tom MacNeill, undeniably one the province's most ardent fans, the transformed province will keep heads turning for the next ...
Written by Charles G. Mills
GLEN COVE, NY -- In the century from 1607 to 1707, English colonies were established in America. Over time, some merged and some split. Some, such as Plymouth, Saybrook, and New Haven, permanently lost their identity. Most colonization was over by 1707; only Georgia was colonized after that. Most ...
Written by FrontPageMagazine.com
In a culmination of his controversial first year in office, President Obama will deliver the State of the Union address this evening. Front Pagemagazine turned to a panel of experts for their advice on the speech that the president should give and the political priorities that he must address in ...
Written by Warner Todd Huston
Once Scott Brown took away the Democrat majority in the Senate by becoming the Republican's 41st vote based in large part on the fact that Massachusetts voters were unhappy with Obamacare, one would think that President Obama and the Democrat Party would learn a vital lesson. A look at a dozen or ...
Written by Sultan Knish
Keith Ellison, widely hailed as America's first Muslim congressman, could more accurately be described as CAIR and Hamas' man in Congress. Congressman Ellison has been a regular presence at CAIR fundraisers and at pro-Hamas rallies in the United States. As a former member of Farrakhan's Nation of ...
Written by Mateusz Machaj
I first met Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe in 2003, when he visited Poland for a libertarian conference. Most of the participants were interested in normative issues and political philosophy, whereas very few were interested in Austrian economics.
Written by The Daily Bell
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner , in a recent interview with Mike Allen of Politico warned that the financial markets could react negatively if Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke isn't confirmed for a second term. Geithner suggested that the market would see a failed Bernanke confirmation as "very ...
Written by Dick Morris and Eileen Mcgann
Highly informed sources on Capitol Hill have revealed to me details of the Democratic plan to sneak Obamacare through Congress, despite collapsing public approval for healthcare "reform" and disintegrating congressional support in the wake of Republican Scott Brown's victory in Massachusetts.