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Lessons Learned and Lessons Missed from the Attempted Land Grab
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

The recent standoff at the Bundy ranch in Nevada has taught us many lessons, but the most important one was missed. We learned that the government will do anything to private citizens in order to grab land and private property either under the guise of protecting an “endangered” desert tortoise that is actually overpopulated, or getting rid of “feral” and destructive “trespassing cattle” grazing the land for generations, cattle that are in the way of developing a $5 billion Chinese solar panel plant (ENN), and the exploitation of rare earth elements in the larger adjacent area.



‘Pope Pelosi’ on Good Friday
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Even though Progressives in anti-Christian forces make sure to get t their messages out each and every Holy Week, this year’s came as a jolt to many Christians.

“Pope Pelosi”.  That’s how the the mighty Drudge Report headlined the story about Pelosi partnering up with Bishop Marc Andrus to—”honor the dignity and work of immigrants” by washing the feet of two children at San Francisco’s Saint John the Evangelist Episcopal Church in San Francisco.

You could call that “making like the Pope” or even “Aping the Pope”, but never “Pope Pelosi”.

We don’t know whether Bishop Andrus caved in to Pelosi pressure or whether he relished having her beside him for a foot washing ceremony used to dredge up the Immigration Issue,  and most of us don’t much care.


Hiding ObamaCare Data with the Census Bureau
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story

In 2009, within the first few weeks of taking office President Obama, moved control of the Census Bureau from the office of the Commerce Secretary to the White House ahead of the 2010 Census.


The Putrid Pulitzers that Please Putin
 By Cliff Kincaid Full Story


If anything proved beyond doubt that the Pulitzer Prizes are a self-congratulatory display whereby the media pat each other on the back and share in the congratulations, it was the coverage of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize announcements. There was nothing from inside the Columbia University journalism building where Pulitzer Prize administrator Sig Gissler tried to justify the honors, known as Gold Medals, for the anti-NSA stories based on the espionage activities of Edward Snowden. My give-and-take with Gissler is the main topic of this column. I saw this process from the inside and am reporting on it here, for the first time. It was a sad and disgraceful day for the journalism profession.

These prizes are usually called “prestigious,” but few people know that they involve a process whereby some people in the media nominate other media for awards, to be decided upon by still other media. It’s a racket.


What's Wrong with the Right
 By Guest Column Pamela Geller Full Story

(Editor’s Note:  Mark Levin says Ms. Geller has a point in today’s American Thinker’s piece, and he is, of course, right.

One other reality should make Ms. Geller take heart.  Truth seekers no longer turn to the National Review Online, (which should be more aptly named, ‘Now Rolled Over ‘) but to the American Thinker.)




Obama’s thug administration
 By Klaus Rohrich Full Story

One of the hallmarks of the Obama administration is that it is among the most corrupt administrations in living memory.


The disappearance of America’s will
 By Caroline Glick Full Story

The most terrifying aspect of the collapse of US power worldwide is the US’s indifferent response to it.


Only Al Sharpton would try to snatch the Crucifix for pal Obama
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Only someone who hung out with the Mob could try to steal the Crucifix of the Saviour—one day before Good Friday.


Christianity in Troubled Times
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

The vast ignorance of American history by far too many Americans is perhaps demonstrated in the failure to understand that it was the free practice of their interpretation of Christianity by the pilgrims that led to the creation of America. Plymouth colony, established in 1620, put the Atlantic Ocean between them and hostilities they had encountered in England.


Liberals and Progressives, Telling Other People How to Live Their Lives
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

Liberals and progressives (LPs) like to control and micromanage other people’s lives. They consider themselves the ultimate arbiter of every facet of our existence. You could say they are the proverbial busy-bodies.


Magnolia mischief mars McDaniel v. Cochrane primary
 By Neil W. McCabe Full Story

In GOP politics, the 2014 is shaping up as a national road production of “The Empire Strikes Back.”


Awaiting America’s Camlann
 By John Thompson Full Story

In Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur, the legendary King Arthur had to confront the errant Mordred at Camlann.  The two entered tense negotiations while their uneasy armies stood by, ready for the least sign of aggression from the other.  One knight, however, was walking in the grass and came across an adder.  He pulled out his sword to kill the snake and two armies took that as a signal.  The resulting carnage was – literally – almost total.



American & Canadian Politics

Latest News on the Bundy/BLM Standoff
 By News on the Net   --American Freedom
Updated Bundy Ranch News

Would We the People Ratify the Constitution Today?
 By Dr. Robert R. Owens   --American Freedom
We are in the grip of the Federalists on steroids bent on redistributing their way to total power.

Feinstein’s Cronyism Punishes Homeless Veterans
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
A Call to Duty and Action

Alabama Supreme Court Opinion Rules that “Child” Includes “Unborn Child”
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Freedom
“God, not governments and legislatures, gives persons these inherent natural rights





Secret Service was ready to shoot . . . Mr. Met?
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics


Al Sharpton’s Easter message: ‘I’m not comparing Obama to Jesus, but….’
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics
...He is risen!

Breaking: Liberals Believe Racial Bias is Natural and Good
 By Selwyn Duke   --American Politics
Liberals believe the darndest things

Obama and Biden’s Awkward 2016 Conversation
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
President Obama said he is “very much interested in making sure some of the stuff we got started continues,”

Hotel magnate, Democratic fundraiser pleads guilty
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
Sant Singh Chatwal

From Good Friday to a Celebratory Weekend
 By Heritage Foundation--Amy Payne   --American Politics
Ronald Reagan

War is Coming!
 By J.D. Longstreet   --American Politics
Obama has proven to be a weakling, a pushover, a wimp, an international embarrassment. And he is going to start a world war.

Northwestern study: Even occasional pot smokers damage their brains
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Life, History, Education
Not that they'll believe it.

LGBT activist intimidates Michigan utility into cancelling Duck Dynasty look-alike contest
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
Tolerance.

We Give Foreigners Taxpayer Money to Import Stuff from America. What?
 By Heritage Foundation--Amy Payne   --American Politics
A look at the countries getting loans shows that they’re not all America’s biggest fans: They include Venezuela, Cuba, Russia, and China

Southern Alberta’s 2013 Floods and Climate Change
 By Sierra Rayne   --Canada
Far greater caution was warranted in the media before linking these two topics

Republicans Wimping-Out On Repeal Of ObamaCare?
 By J.D. Longstreet   --American Healthcare
ObamaCare is a Marxist/socialist/statist policy and I hate it.

The IRS Scandal Blows Wide Open
 By Arnold Ahlert   --American Politics
Unearthed emails reveal Lois Lerner conspired with DOJ to criminally prosecute “political” groups.

Donald Rumsfeld writes the IRS: I have no idea if my tax returns are accurate
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
"I know that I do not know."




Recent Columns
ABC News: Chelsea Clinton having ‘America’s version of the royal baby’
 By Dan Calabrese   --Media - Media Bias
Gag.

North Korea’s Nuclear Fallout
 By Claudia Rosett   --World News
It’s high time U.S. policy-makers bestirred themselves to find some way to genuinely stop North Korea’s nuclear proliferation — before the next test.

Europe May Replace Russian Gas With US Coal
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Coal: The Fuel Of The Future?

Jay Carney: Jon Stewart was Obama’s toughest interviewer. News media, you’ve failed.
 By Robert Laurie   --Media - Media Bias
CBS, NBC, ABC News? Nah. Left wing comedians. They're tough.

Are Climate Change Mitigation Policies a Form of Insurance?
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Cap and trade, carbon dioxide emissions, carbon tax, climate change, IPCC


EGYPT: Christian Woman Brutally Attacked and Killed
 By News on the Net   --Christianity - Religion
Persecution and Prayer Alert, Voice of the Martyrs

Northwestern study: Even occasional pot smokers damage their brains
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Life, History, Education
Not that they'll believe it.

NATO irreplaceable, but must quickly shore up its military might
 By Guest Column--Gary Schmitt   --World News
The fact that NATO has survived the end of the Cold War and has been an important element in addressing Western security concerns, doesn’t mean that it will remain so.

Michael Bloomberg announces he’ll spend $50 million to target the 2nd Amendment
 By Robert Laurie   --Gun Control - Second Amendment
Claims he's on the fast track to acceptance into Heaven. No, really.

Russia Calls UN Human Rights Report on Ukraine Biased While Continuing its Aggression
 By Joseph A. Klein   --World News
Russia: A “fire-setting firefighter” engaging in its own “virtual reality”

Farage: The whole European project is based on a dangerous falsehood
 By News on the Net   --World News
100 years on from the First World War: lessons to learn and future of Europe

As If Israel Did Not Have Enough to Worry About
 By Ron Lipsman   --World News
The western world is committing suicide as it loses confidence in its own cultural, familial, political and economic founding principles

Holy Pascha visits to Jerusalem cause Copts to lose Holy Sacrament
 By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah   --Christianity - Religion
Church hierarchy is irritated by the pilgrimages to Israel

The tragedy of Venezuela
 By Dan Calabrese   --World News
Where leftist dreams have all come true.

‘Decimated’ and ‘On the run,’ Al Qaeda throws itself a huge party in the desert!
 By Robert Laurie   --Crime-Terror-Security
You bring an AK-47 to wave around, I'll bring a flag to burn!

Another DOE Flop: Smith Electric Vehicles Closes Kansas Plant
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Program, ATVM program, Department of Energy, electric vehicles, Ernest Moniz, Smith Electric Vehicles

GAO Report Shows NEPA is Broken
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
EIS, GAO, National Environmental Policy Act, NEPA

Earth ‘Serially Doomed’: UN Issues New 15 Year Climate Tipping Point
 By Marc Morano   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
But UN Issued Tipping Points in 1982 & Another 10-Year Tipping Point in 1989!


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Health and Medical Pages
‘3D’ test could reduce reliance on animals for testing asthma and allergy medications
The 3D “model” reacted just like a real person’s airway when they exposed it to allergens and bacterial extract


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