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Thanks, Huffington Post: The Anti-White and Anti-White Male Animus of the Left Exposed

Jack Kerwick, It didn’t take the folks over at the Huffington Post long before they deleted their blog post, “Could it Be Time to Deny White Men the Franchise?” Its justification for doing so was that its author, a Ms. “Shelley Garland,” most likely didn’t exist.  In other words, the HuffPo editors belatedly discovered that

Full Interview: David Horowitz On The Rubin Report

Frontpagemag.com, Freedom Center founder joins Dave Rubin for an in-depth interview on the Left, his political journey and the current political climate. Freedom Center founder David Horowitz recently sat down with Dave Rubin, host of the Rubin Report, for a wide-ranging interview discussing the ideology of the Left, his transition from Marxism to conservatism, the current

Phone tap on Trump recalls Obama lies and high-tech harassment

Lloyd Billingsley, The Struggle of Memory Against Forgetting. President Donald Trump has charged that the previous president tapped his phones during the 2016 election campaign. With Democrats and the old-line establishment media in a fury, the people would do well to recall the 44th president’s high-tech harassment of journalists and his legacy of lies.  “If

Doing Your Part to Cultivate Civil Dialogue

Terry Paulson, In The National, Joseph Dana wrote: “Social media encourages aggressive discourse. The louder one is on Twitter, for example, the more followers and attention one receives. The more dramatic the update on Facebook, the more ‘likes’ it will get. Given the brevity of Twitter and its inherent commodification of discourse, deep discussion is discouraged. As such,

Why Democrats and Republicans are both wrong about Putin and Russia

Judith Miller, Douglas E. Schoen, No single foreign policy challenge is more contentious, or crucial, than getting Russia right. Under President Donald Trump, Republicans and Democrats have embraced diametrically opposing views on how to handle President Vladimir Putin. Both have it wrong. Throughout the campaign and the initial days of his presidency, Mr. Trump has

The Story of Reality

David Limbaugh, Greg Koukl’s “The Story of Reality” is one of the most important books I’ve read in a long time, and I want to encourage you — Christians and non-Christians — to read it. I know of no more efficient way to introduce you to the meaning of Christianity and the Christian worldview. Sometimes

The inauguration is why I love America

Jane Hampton Cook, The inauguration is why I love America. Of all the presidential events, from election night to the State of the Union, from press conferences to state dinners, the inauguration is my favorite for one simple reason. More than any other moment, the inauguration is a picture of our Constitution, proof that we

The Nation of Islam Factor: Explaining the Islamic intransigence of the outgoing president

Lloyd Billingsley, In his January 10 farewell speech, President Obama cited “violent fanatics who claim to speak for Islam.” That was the only mention of Islam in the speech, and the outgoing president kept his record intact. For the past eight years, the most powerful man in the world has refused to connect Islam with