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Political Science: Heat’s on Climate Change Dissidents

Debra J. Saunders,  “I am under ‘investigation,’” professor Roger Pielke Jr. of the University of Colorado Boulder posted on his blog Wednesday. The top Democrat on the House Committee on Natural Resources, Rep. Raul Grijalva of Arizona, sent a letter to university President Bruce Benson that asked the school to provide its financial disclosure policies […] Continue reading →

Mr. President, Your Summit Had it Wrong

Michael Youssef,  Mr. President, Your recent summit to “Counter Violent Extremism” was flawed from the start—beginning with its name. Extremism is indeed a threat (especially a threat to Christians), but that is not what we face when confronting ISIS. On that issue, I’m afraid you’re confused. First let’s look at the definition of extremists: namely, […] Continue reading →

Egyptian Official Comes Forward With Documents That Could Send Obama to Prison

 In a shocking development, a second Egyptian official has come forward claiming to be in possession of documents linking President Barack Obama to a conspiracy with the Muslim Brotherhood extremist group. Tahani al-Gebali, the Vice President of the Supreme Constitutional Court in Egypt, made the statements on Egyptian television last week. Al-Gebali said she had “documents and proofs” linking the […] Continue reading →

Cruz: Leave the Internet to the People

Vivian Hughbanks,   Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) criticized the Federal Communications Commission’s rules on net neutrality as an overreach of unchecked bureaucratic power on Thursday. “Today, the FCC decided to take over the Internet,” Cruz said. “You should feel real excited because at Barack Obama’s instructions, 5 unelected bureaucrats have now declared the Internet is a […] Continue reading →

Hundreds of Farmers Block Roads in Protest of Monsanto’s GMO Crops

Christina Sarich, Poland’s largest farmer uprising.  Poland’s largest farmer uprising ever has occurred as convoys of tractors took to the roads recently in protest of GMO infiltration and land grabs by biotech and Big Ag corporations.  More than 150 farmers blocked roadways and held numerous demonstrations in order to bring attention to the important issue of food […] Continue reading →

Internet, RIP? A federal agency now claims the power to regulate the Internet

Ron Paul,   Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a non-elected federal government agency, voted three-to-two to reclassify broadband Internet as a common carrier service under Title II of the Communications Act. This means that – without the vote of Congress, the peoples’ branch of government – a federal agency now claims the power to regulate […] Continue reading →

Republicans Pledge to Fight FCC’s Open-Web Rules

 Republican lawmakers pledged to try to overturn net-neutrality rules adopted Thursday by U.S. regulators, as a long-running battle over the handling of Internet traffic shifts to Congress and the courts. The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to adopt a sweeping measure to ensure all Web traffic is treated equally. The vote fulfilled a […] Continue reading →