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Trump’s in hot water for calling Kelly a “bimbo”. After last night, perhaps the word “cunning” would be more applicable
Move Over, Megyn Kelly, America is Calling

 By Judi McLeod Full Story

With America the Beautiful crying out in death throes for rescue from its undeserved ‘Fundamental Transformation’, Fox News seems intent on making the 2016 presidential election all about--Fox News.

Stealing from Walmart still stealing
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

In the new “legal relativism” and mob justice atmosphere that uses “social justice” as an excuse to loot and burn down stores in their neighborhoods, Everett Mitchell, the Director of Community Relations at the University of Wisconsin, Madison campus, stated during a discussion panel, “Best Policing Practices,” that prosecuting shoplifters from Walmart and Target is “aggressive police behavior.”



The #BlackLivesMatter Revolution Will Be Televised
 By Matthew Vadum Full Story

Hoping to start a bloody "race war," a black, gay, in-your-face Obama-supporting former TV reporter horrified Southwest Virginia TV viewers yesterday when he stalked and coolly murdered two white former TV station colleagues and wounded a white interview subject during a live broadcast.


Iran is Nuclear Now! With Weapons Development and Delivery Systems
 By Paul E. Vallely MG Paul Vallely, US Army (Ret) and LTC Denny Haney, USAF (Ret) Full Story

Since 1979, a cabal of nations has aided and abetted Iran in its efforts to develop a robust nuclear program under the guise of generating a nuclear energy system. This cabal is mainly comprised of Russia, China, and North Korea. Since sanctions began being placed on Iran in 1979, with more added since, Iran still had enough free reign to develop its capabilities despite the sanctions regime because of this cabal. All the moving parts are in place, the material is there, and this means they are already nuclear – “break out” is imminent now.

Obama: Virginia shooting shows gun control is more urgent than fighting terrorism
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

We touched yesterday on the left's out-of-the-gate seizing on the Roanoke shooting to kick off the latest gun control push. It's what they do, and no one was surprised that they did it - tinged as always with warnings like "we can't wait any longer," which imply, I guess, that everyone knows the left's gun control agenda would stop killings like this, and we're all just dragging our feet because the approval of the NRA is more important than the lives of folks like Alison Parker and Adam Ward.





Conservative media establishment resorts to name-calling in hope of taking Trump down
 By Herman Cain Full Story

In this space and on my radio show, we pride ourselves on the truth and on setting the record straight when candidates are falsely attacked or mischaracterized (no matter who they are) by the misreporting of the media.

Trump’s not perfect, but neither is Megyn Kelly
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Thin-skinned journalists of the latter day are getting to be just like Democrat politicians, insult them and they’ll soon demand an apology.

Loud and Clear Politics For a Change
 By Ray DiLorenzo Full Story

The candidacy of Donald Trump is about much more than The Donald. It is about anger, frustration, dissatisfaction and resentment. It is about the growing anger that nothing gets done, frustration over a deaf and obese Federal Government, dissatisfaction when they do try to accomplish something and resentment when they don’t care when they are found incompetent. It is about a government that asserts that it knows best when it doesn’t. It is about insisting everything is on track when we know that it is off track.

Virginia murderer's manifesto: Angry about Charleston, says he was bullied for being gay and black
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

We haven't been all over this story all day because we didn't figure you needed one more conservative news site presuming to give you up-to-the-minute updates. But we're shaken like everyone else by the murders of Adam Ward and Alison Parker on live television this morning in Virginia.






Long past time to make English the official national language of the United States
 By Al Kaltman Full Story

Donald Trump’s stance on illegal immigration is a timely reminder that assimilation (to a common language, culture and values) is what makes the United States exceptional. If we are to continue to be the greatest nation on earth then we must remain a melting pot. As Senator Hayakawa so eloquently explained, “The United States, a land of immigrants from every corner of the world, has been strengthened and unified because its newcomers have historically chosen ultimately to forgo their native language for the English language. We have all benefited from the sharing of ideas, of cultures and beliefs, made possible by a common language. We have all enriched each other.”

Palestine -- Changed Narratives Needed To Nurture New Negotiations
 By David Singer Full StoryFrance is not expected to present its anticipated draft proposal for the declaration of a Palestinian State to the U.N. Security Council in September -- having reportedly been criticized both by Israel - which does not want any external solution imposed on it - and by the PLO - which fears the Security Council will not meet its demands.

Combat Roles Hazardous to Women's Health
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story

Last week, 1st Lt. Shaye Haver, 25, and Capt. Kristen Griest, 26, became the first women to earn their Ranger Tabs, graduating from the U.S. Army's Ranger School at Fort Benning, GA. Maj. Gen. Scott Miller, the guest speaker at the graduation ceremony, emphasized that both women were held to the same standards as their male counterparts, insisting "a 5-mile run is still a 5-mile run. Standards do not change. A 12-mile march is still a 12-mile march."




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Lambert and Stamp a fascinating look behind The Who’s scenes
 By Jim Bray   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

Fans of The Who will want to see Lambert and Stamp, a new documentary by director James D. Cooper that gives us a look at the duo who took a raw and unpolished gem of a rock band and honed it into the legendary musical and cultural force it became.




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The Invaders: A Parable
 By Lloyd Marcus   --American Politics

Pulling into our driveway after a relaxing month-long cruise, my wife Mary yelled, “What the…?” Mexican flags, old cars, discarded beer cans, and trash were all over our property.


MSNBC sends Al Sharpton to the graveyard of forgotten shows
 By Robert Laurie   --Media - Media Bias

Whatever else Al Sharpton may be, he’s not an idiot. Sure, he’s a tax cheat, his grip on reality is tenuous, he’s barely literate, and his knowledge of American politics is dwarfed by that of the average two-year-old, but he’s no dummy.  Somehow, he managed to parlay his life as a lowly street thug and FBI informant into a major media career. You may not like him, but you have to admit that takes a certain amount of (admittedly crooked) brainpower.


How is a pay raise for teachers a ‘net-zero’ deal?
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Christine Van Geyn   --Canada

Obama turns blind-eye on chance to secure true energy independence
 By Guest Column--Jack Gerard   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

WASHINGTON, D.C.—For decades, U.S. presidents have made achieving American energy security a top priority.




American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

Immigration: The Refugee Scam
 By Selwyn Duke   --American Politics

Jeb Bush has called illegal migration “an act of love.” And all over the West we see nations being loved to death, with endless human waves from Third World countries washing ashore. The results were predictable and are now plain: balkanization, riots, ethnic and racial strife and no-go areas in European lands. Yet we’re told that accepting what are “refugees” is a humanitarian imperative. Yet no one, it seems, points out an obvious fact, something that really is the crux of the matter.


Don’t Repeal First Nations Financial Transparency Act
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Aaron Wudrick   --Canada

(This commentary ran in the National Post on Tuesday, August 25, 2015)

Imagine Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau promising to keep his salary a secret after being elected prime minister. It’s an unfair violation of privacy, he might say. It only serves to inflame negative stereotypes about overpaid politicians. And why should people in other countries be able to look up his prime ministerial salary on the Internet?


Three Quarters Of UK Manufacturers Want Green & Climate Policies Reformed
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

As many as 73% of manufacturers want to see legislative reform of the UK’s current environmental and climate change policies, according to a new survey by the manufacturers organisation EEF. Respondents claimed that existing regulations are harming their international competitiveness. Earlier this year, EEF’s senior climate and environment policy adviser warned that large UK manufacturers could be forced to move their operations overseas if countries cannot agree a unilateral cap on emissions at the Paris climate talks, thanks to the burden of environmental regulation.—Brad Allen, Edie News, 27 August 2015


“The IDF Strategy”: A Focused Action Approach
 By INSS--Gabi Siboni   --World News

The publication of the document “The IDF Strategy” – a milestone in the development of the relationship between the military and the civilian population – is unprecedented. It is impossible to overstate the importance of the transparency manifested by the very publication of the document, a most welcome occurrence.


Little Rhody Beats Up Big Labor
 By Arthur Christopher Schaper   --American Politics

Public sector unions have been taking it on the chin the last four years. Right-to-work legislation expanded business and prosperity in Indiana. Wisconsin’s Scott Walker diminished their funding streams and statehouse collusion though his popular yet controversial Act 10 collective bargaining reforms.


North American Platform Against Wind Power
 By News on the Net   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

The North American Platform Against Wind Power today announced its profound objection to the Ontario Provincial approval of the Amherst Island wind turbine project of 26 turbines (Windlectric/Algonquin Power), that since its conception, has long garnered international interest and concern.  Amherst, well known for its abundance of migratory bird and bat life, is also a Canadian recognized historic centre, a centre for bird tourism, and boasts a windswept coastline with more shoreline than all of the 1,000 Islands combined. Of international note: Amherst Island is an Important Bird Area of Global Significance on the Atlantic Migratory Flyway, and is home to 34 species at risk, including the Blanding’s Turtle.  Wintering hawks and owls attract global visitors.


Obama administration policy on Jews: Divide and conquer
 By Diane Weber Bederman   --American Politics

The Iran Deal has revealed many divisions in the body politic. According to Haaretz, a left-wing Israeli media outlet, only one in 10 Israelis supports the deal while 50 percent of American Jews support it. Rarely is there such disparity between the two Jewish communities. Sadly, the Iran Deal has opened wounds within the America Jewish community. There is a divisiveness that is harmful to the American Jewish community and to Israel.


Dear Corporate America
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics
Dear Corporate America,
I haven't written to you in a while. At least not since my television broke down, my toaster developed a taste for human flesh and my phone company ran away with my phone number to Mexico.
Average Canadian family spends more on taxes than basic necessities
 By Fraser Institute   --Canada
VANCOUVER--The average Canadian family spends more on taxes than on food, clothing and shelter combined, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.
President Obama Doesn’t Know What Free Market Means
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

President Obama recently delivered a speech on energy in Las Vegas at Sen. Harry Reid’s “Clean Energy Summit.” Like much that is said in Las Vegas, President Obama’s claims don’t really stand up to inspection.


Welcome to the Hotel California: Veterans versus VA-mpires
 By Joanna Rosamond   --American Politics

Welcome to 388-acre West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs (WLAVA) property.


Greater is ‘He that is in me’ America
 By Dr. Laurie Roth   --American Politics

Sometimes the most stunning tree drawing all attention from the curious watchers is the twisted, blown and bruised tree facing the harsh wind and storms on the edge of a cliff.












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