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The Man is Dead and Gone

Paul Jacob, A commentator on MSNBC referred to him as “a polarizing figure.” Indeed. At one pole we find folks blinded by their love for socialism, and at the other, those of us believing in fundamental human rights. Fidel Castro, the dictator of Cuba for more than half a century, is dead. The New York

Will Hillary Explain Her Dream of ‘Open Borders’?

John Kass, Just as America was tossed — or did we eagerly jump? — into the sexual political gutter with Bill and Hillary and Donald, there was other news breaking. At least I thought it was news. But I must warn you: Sex and sexual politics has nothing to do with it. It’s Hillary Clinton’s

Phyllis Schlafly: Brexit Stuns the Globalists

Britain’s decision to “leave” the European Union (EU) ended the career of Prime Minister David Cameron, who had campaigned hard to “remain” in that supranational body of unelected bureaucrats. Small-c conservatives in Cameron’s own Conservative Party rebelled against the liberals and globalists who dominate both major parties over there. Sound familiar? Everyone agrees that Donald

Thomas Sowell: Is Personal Responsibility Obsolete?: Part II

Thomas Sowell,  Part I Can be found Here  Too many social problems are conceived of in terms of what “we” can do for “them.” After decades of massive expansions of the welfare state, the answer seems to range from “not very much” to “making matters worse.” Undaunted, people in a number of countries are coming

Putin to put Russian bases in Latin America

WND – by F. MICHAEL MALOOF WASHINGTON – As the world remains riveted on Moscow’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula, Russian President Vladimir Putin is shifting gears to Latin America. As first outlined by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu last February, Putin now plans to keep the United States off-balance as Moscow sets up actual military