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Mission to Mars to be undertaken by humans or robots?

For the past year or so we’ve finally seen an uptick in the amount of interest given to space exploration. The Asian space race is on with Japan, China and India seemingly all competing against each other. NASA continue to make strides as they explore past the galaxies outer limit with Voyager and closer to home begin preparations for the James Webb Space Telescope.  Now Google has entered the fray by creating the Google Lunar X Prize, putting $30 million up for the first to send information back from the Moon via an unmanned robot.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Saturday, October 6, 2007

The Muslim Brotherhood: An Association for Jihadists

One of the more clandestine groups in radical Islam is the Muslim Brotherhood. Originating in Egypt in 1928, the group has been outlawed in Egypt yet it members hold seats in the Egyptian government. That this radically fundamentalist Islamist group is the parent organization to some of the most violent terror groups operating today. It thrives as a pseudo professional association for terrorists while feigning legitimacy as a political movement. So, what is the Muslim Brotherhood and why should every American be concerned about its activities both within the United States and around the world?

By Frank Salvato - Saturday, October 6, 2007

A Giuliani Nomination Dooms The GOP And Maybe America

This past week, I was interviewed by best-selling author and World Net Daily columnist Jerome Corsi. The subject of the interview was the potential conservative Christian response to the possibility that Rudy Giuliani would gain the Republican nomination for President next year. (We also discussed the cozy connection between the Bush and Clinton families, which will probably be dealt with in a future Corsi column.)

By Guest Column Chuck Baldwin- Saturday, October 6, 2007

A Cheerleader of Hopelessness

Reading Richard Dawkins’  comments about the underreported plight of nonbelievers in the U.S. gives one the impression that America is a country where drinking fountains for “Atheists Only” and draconian laws prohibiting them from exercising their freedoms of choice, speech, and “religion” (pardon the oxymoron) are practically the norm.

By Miguel A. Guanipa - Saturday, October 6, 2007

The Money behind the Politics

It will come as no surprise that in American politics, he with the gold makes the rules. But it may surprise many to learn who has the gold and what they spend it on.

By JB Williams - Saturday, October 6, 2007

CFR Shadow Government is Destroying America

Learn About the CFR Shadow Government and its Connection to the Illuminati Banking Families.

The CFR shadow government is a major threat to American sovereignty.

By Guest Column - Friday, October 5, 2007

Global Warming’s Trillion-Dollar Turkey

A trillion dollars doesn’t buy what it used to—at least when it comes to global warming, according to a new analysis from the Environmental Protection Agency.

By Steve Milloy - Friday, October 5, 2007

Conservative Smoke and Mirrors

Does Stephen Harper really think he has anyone fooled?

No matter what he might say about wanting to govern under his current mandate the Conservatives are in clearly in election mode and Harper himself is practically salivating at the idea of going to the polls.

By Myles Higgins - Friday, October 5, 2007

Journalists, Global Warming, and the Truth

Being skeptical used to be a badge of honor for journalists, but if one reads any newspaper these days, most reporters casually refer to “global warming” without any hint that it is anything other than a done deal. Too many reporters have completely bought into the notion that humans and their use of fossil fuels are destroying the atmosphere and “causing” global warming. Neither assumption is true.

By Alan Caruba - Friday, October 5, 2007

Durham Bull

Everything that is wrong with higher education, and, for that matter, most major media, was on stunning display for the past two years as the district attorney in Durham, North Carolina attempted to prosecute a bogus rape case against three Duke lacrosse players. All of the figures of authority at Duke who could have set the record straight and ended the persecution of a trio of lacrosse players tilted to the side of the ethically challenged DA.

By Malcolm Kline - Friday, October 5, 2007

Weather Stations Giving Bad Global Warming Data, A Problem Ignored

imageA few months ago, the blogosphere and talk radio were abuzz with the story of how the nation’s various weather stations and temperature reading devices have been improperly located or badly constructed and how the data received from these improper devices must be suspected as inaccurate.

Since global warming research often uses this suspect data that is gleaned from these failed stations, it must therefore call into question the accuracy of the entire theory as its conclusions are derived from likely false data. Still, even as the blogosphere and talk radio blasted the news, the MSM ignores this explosive story.

By Warner Todd Huston - Thursday, October 4, 2007

The Hill: GOP Protecting Talk Radio ‘Profits”

Rush Limbaugh has done it again. He’s driven the left mad. The lies about Limbaugh that Democrat Party House members are promulgating have rekindled talk of the dreaded Fairness Doctrine.

By Warner Todd Huston - Thursday, October 4, 2007

Moon Base Plans Slowly Evolving

You know that you’re living in an interesting time when the idea of constructing a base of operations on the Moon is not met with amused giggles, but studied thoughtfulness. And that’s just where we are, with news of NASA’s Lunar Architecture Team hard at work in designing a human outpost on our closest solar neighbor.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Thursday, October 4, 2007

Space Shuttle Discovery at Launch Pad

Continuing in our series of articles focusing on the current and future NASA space missions, news from the American space agency is that the next shuttle to visit the International Space Station, Discovery, was delivered to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center launch pad this past Sunday.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Thursday, October 4, 2007