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Preventing Future Forest Infernos

Preventing Future Forest Infernos

    By Paul Driessen The 2020 fire season is nearing its end. But monstrous wildfires continue to rage across America’s western states, devastating towns and habitats, and killing hundreds of people and millions of animals. Politicians and environmentalists continue to rage that climate change is the primary factor, allowing few responsible, commonsense forest management […]

Preserving Courtroom and Verdict Integrity

Preserving Courtroom and Verdict Integrity

    By Paul Driessen Our civil justice system is as much at risk as the integrity of ballots, elections and democracy Big Media, Big Tech, Big Academia, the Deep State and the Cancel Culture clearly aligned with the Democrat Party, to resist, block, impede and impeach a duly elected President Trump, during and after the 2016 […]

Slight, Beneficial Warming From More Carbon Dioxide!

Slight, Beneficial Warming From More Carbon Dioxide!

    By David Wojick, Ph.D. Exhaustive study finds more CO2 and water molecules will not cause dangerous warming Precision research by physicists William Happer and Willem van Wijngaarden has determined that the current levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide and water vapor are “saturated.” In radiation physics that means adding more CO2 or water molecules […]

Biden Ain’t for the Kids

Biden Ain’t for the Kids

    By Larry Sand On education issues, trouble looms if Biden becomes president. At the risk of stating the obvious, the country’s political future is murky. If Joe Biden withstands the onslaught of ballot fraud challenges and becomes POTUS 46, it’s anyone’s guess as to how he will govern. Or for how long. As […]

A Spiritual Vaccine

A Spiritual Vaccine

    By Senior Pastor Lance E. Ralston Editor’s note: Before you just tab your way out of this article because it was written by a cleric, please consider this. Pastor Lance has an outstanding ability to relate biblical teachings to current and historical issues, philosophies and events. He runs a large church with a […]

A Time of Chaos Upon Chaos Atop Chaos

A Time of Chaos Upon Chaos Atop Chaos

    By Victor Davis Hanson There is a series of battles to come in January 2021, in 2022, and in 2024. And they can be won and will be definitive, if the chaos of 2020 does not become even more chaotic. America will weather its current hysterias.  But the tensions and furor are reminiscent of the […]

Pocket Man – If Joe Biden becomes president, will he go along with the teachers union wish list?

Pocket Man – If Joe Biden becomes president, will he go along with the teachers union wish list?

    By Larry Sand As I wrote last week, charter school students, kids who are in other school choice programs, and taxpayers could be getting the short end of the stick if Joe Biden becomes president on January 20th. To assist Biden with policy decisions, the National Education Association came out with a “policy playbook” […]

What Joe Doesn’t Know about Climate

What Joe Doesn’t Know about Climate

By Tom Harris and Dr. Jay Lehr Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tells us in his ten-thousand-word climate change plan that he “has long appreciated the enormity of climate change and has always believed that we have a moral and economic imperative to address it.” That is an understatement. Climate change is, in fact, so enormous that […]

Out of Africa an Entrepreneurial Society Emerges

Out of Africa an Entrepreneurial Society Emerges

    By Duggan Flanakin Ivor Ichikowitz’s Africa Youth Survey underscores the continent’s innovation and ambition “By their very nature, young Africans are some of the most entrepreneurial people in the world. Up until now, they just lacked opportunity, access to capital or even the courage to believe in themselves,” Ivor Ichikowitz said in a […]

American in Transition: What’s the Hurry?

American in Transition: What’s the Hurry?

    By Thomas L. Knapp A November 23 headline at ABC News reads: “Joe Biden’s presidential transition allowed to proceed after 16-day standoff.” The 16 days in question, ABC tells us, are the 16 days since Biden “clinched the presidency.” “Clinched the presidency” is ABC News-speak for “the media decided he won.” In point […]

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