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Pharmaceutical Giant Dumps Live Polio Virus into Belgian Water

Health authorities claim incident poses “negligible” risk Employees with pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) dumped more than 45 liters of concentrated live polio into the water at a Belgian treatment plant earlier this month according to a statement from health officials. A press release from the Federal Public Service (FPS) Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment in […] Read More →

Unprecedented Global March Against Chemtrails And Geoengineering: September 27th

Michael Thomas,  It’s true, there are countless environmental assaults taking place across the planet at this very moment. However, there is only one that is occurring 24/7 virtually everywhere around the globe. A Global MarchAgainst Chemtrails And GeoengineeringIs Taking Place On September 27, 2014  Geoengineering through the utilization of chemtrail technology is now ubiquitous and […] Read More →

Islamic State atrocities: Products of ‘grievances’?

 Raymond Ibrahim  While many have rightfully criticized U.S. President Obama’s recent assertion that the Islamic State “is not Islamic,” some of his other equally curious but more subtle comments pronounced in the same speech have been largely ignored. Consider the president’s invocation of the “grievances” meme to explain the Islamic State’s success: “At this moment the greatest […] Read More →

Walter Williams: Multiculturalism is a failure

German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that in Germany, multiculturalism has “utterly failed.” Both Australia’s ex-prime minister John Howard and Spain’s ex-prime minister Jose Maria Aznar reached the same conclusion about multiculturalism in their countries. British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned that multiculturalism is fostering extremist ideology and directly contributing to homegrown Islamic terrorism. UK […] Read More →

Has World War III Already Begun?

Rachel Marsden,   While recently commemorating the World War I centenary at an Italian military cemetery, Pope Francis declared: “Even today, after the second failure of another world war, perhaps one can speak of a third war, one fought piecemeal, with crimes, massacres, destruction.” The pope’s observation begs the question: If World War III has already […] Read More →

Is It Finally John McCain’s America?

 Senator John McCain, one of the last non-anguished interventionists in Washington (his Sancho Panza, fellow Republican Lindsey Graham, is another), had a very good last week. He watched President Barack Obama decide to drop bombs on Syria, a policy McCain has long endorsed. He saw the non-interventionist wing of his party suddenly revise its views […] Read More →

Uncle Sam Needs To Protect American, Not Islamic Interests

Diana West  It’s 9/11 the 13th and these United States have never been closer to losing the last vestiges of their foundational identity. Long ago, our first president, George Washington, prophetically warned against “attachments and entanglements in foreign affairs.” In the last century, such sentiments, tragically (as I increasingly believe), fell into disrepute. In our […] Read More →

Is the Islamic State Really Un-Islamic?

Jonah Goldberg  “Now let’s make two things clear: ISIL is not Islamic. No religion condones the killing of innocents, and the vast majority of ISIL’s victims have been Muslim. And ISIL is certainly not a state.” — President Barack Obama in his address to the nation on Wednesday. About the second point reasonable people can […] Read More →

Dems Try to Kill Funding for Schools with Native American Mascots

Michael Schaus,  Political correctness is apparently more important than educating children. At least that’s the message I take away from a Colorado Democrat’s plan to defund schools that have “unauthorized” mascots. Wielding the self-righteous tomahawk of political correctness, Democrat Joe Salazar has decided to leverage Colorado’s pawns kids as a bargaining chip in his effort to […] Read More →

Home Schooling and Conservatism

Home School Movement Rightly Becoming a More Popular Option Homeschooling families are on the rise. And they should be. I love school choice and giving parents the power to choose between public schools, charter schools, private schools, and home schooling. As a 1990s-era public school graduate/survivor I can readily admit that the thought of home […] Read More →