To Build Black Wealth, Change Policies

Written by Star Parker on Wednesday, 04 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Star Parker

Fifty years after passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, isn't it time for some new thinking?

To Build Black Wealth, Change Policies

One potential benefit that can come from the recent March on Washington, which commemorated the 1963 civil-rights event, is a hard look at the various data comparing the current state of affairs for black America and rest of the country.

Burgess Letter to Eric Holder Regarding American Airlines Merger

on Wednesday, 04 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Letter From Congress

Rep. Burgess: "This is yet another attempt by the administration to stifle business and free enterprise and instead create needless government overregulation."

Burgess Letter to Eric Holder Regarding American Airlines Merger

By the office of Congressman Michael C. Burgess

Today[September 3, 2013] Congressman Michael C. Burgess, M.D. (TX-26) sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder regarding recent Department of Justice actions to block the merger between American Airlines and US Airways. 

One Minute For Liberty - War Powers and Congress

on Tuesday, 03 September 2013. Posted in One Minute For Liberty, Videos

The upcoming consideration of the President's desire for military action against Syria has significant implications for the separation of powers demanded by the Constitution.

One Minute For Liberty - War Powers and Congress

President Obama has decided that before committing the nation to war, he would deign to consult with Congress. This isn't because he believes Congress alone holds the war making power, as the Constitution demands, but simply because he wants to maintain the fiction of democracy. In doing this he presents Congress and the nation with a difficult situation that could mean the advent of a Caesar for America.

End Times?

Written by Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas on Tuesday, 03 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas

How the faithful of the Church view the End-Times has meaningful implications not just for themselves as Christians, but for the life of the nation as well.

End Times?

As one raised in Dispensational theology, I understand first hand the End-Time jitters and paranoia associated with that particular interpretation of Scripture. I lived through the Hal Lindsey and Edgar Whisenant’s End-Time scares. Through years of study in the Scriptures, however, I have rejected that view for a number of reasons.

America’s Fall: The Modern-Day Roman Empire

Written by J. Matt Barber on Tuesday, 03 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, J. Matt Barber

Hannah Montana is what America once was. MTV Miley is America today. She “evolved” because we “evolved.” You saw it on display. It’s ugly. It’s Satanic. It’s “progressive.”

America’s Fall: The Modern-Day Roman Empire

“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9)

Fascist Twins: Germany & Sweden Perfect the Art of State Kidnapping in the EU

Written by Christopher C.M. Warren on Tuesday, 03 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Christopher C.M. Warren

Refugee homeschoolers, persecuted in their home countries, are unsafe throughout the European Union even if homeschooling is legal in the country where refuge has been sought.

Fascist Twins: Germany & Sweden Perfect the Art of State Kidnapping in the EU

"Progress, far from consisting in change, depends on retentiveness. When change is absolute there remains no being to improve and no direction is set for possible improvement: and when experience is not retained, as among savages, infancy is perpetual. Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" (George Santayana)

How Will You Deal With $10 a Gallon Gas?

Written by Eric Peters on Tuesday, 03 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Eric Peters

The implications for America of Obama's promised attack on Syria are enormous. $10 gas would be one outcome. The result of that would be a new and greater depression.

How Will You Deal With $10 a Gallon Gas?

The Dear Leader has Decided to pause – briefly – for a perfunctory congressional approval before triggering what could be TEOTWAWKI – the end of the world as we know it – by lobbing bombs at Syria. Which will likely result in Syria (and perhaps Iran, allied with Syria) lobbing bombs at Israel, the proxy poodle (or is it the reverse?) of the United State (“s” left of in the interests of accuracy). Whereupon the entire region – then the world – may well go up in flames. At least, until it runs out of oil.

The Three-Decade Delay of a Nuclear Waste Repository

Written by Alan Caruba on Tuesday, 03 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

We have a safe site for the storage of spent fuel from nuclear power stations. So, why aren't we using it?

The Three-Decade Delay of a Nuclear Waste Repository

There was a time when the United States was a can-do nation that built canals, bridges, railroads, and highways. Now we are a nation whose civil engineers annually report the dangers of decaying infrastructure. A perfect example of how incompetent our government has become is the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository.

Dropped Into The Black Hole Of Disinformation

Written by Ilana Mercer on Monday, 02 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Ilana Mercer

Racial crimes are flowing predominantly one way: from black to white. While whites are commonly the victims of these hate crimes, the media is colorblind when it comes to the perpetrators.

Dropped Into The Black Hole Of Disinformation

"There is no clear motive for why the murder happened," a CNN reporter chanted robotically, in what has been for as long as I can remember SOP (standard operating procedure) in major media. Whenever a black murders a white—which is four times more often than the reverse—the salient features of the crime disappear into a black hole of disinformation.

The Incredible Shrinking President

Written by Alan Caruba on Monday, 02 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Alan Caruba

President Obama's dedication to transforming America and his beating of war drums over Syria has backfired. Increasingly, he is looking like a lame-duck president.

The Incredible Shrinking President

In 1981 Lily Tomlin starred in a film, “The Incredible Shrinking Woman”, and it seems to me that Barack Obama is starring in the 2013 sequel, “The Incredible Shrinking President.”

Faustian Fisticuffs: Progressives vs. Fascists

Written by Luke Hamilton on Monday, 02 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Luke Hamilton, Guest Column

The utopian dreams from the President’s ideological father, Saul Alinski, breed nothing but chaos, strife, poverty, and the breakdown of society as we know it.

Faustian Fisticuffs: Progressives vs. Fascists

Things are getting a little aggro on the Left these days. Far from the utopian paradise which was advertised, it appears the Beatles were lying. It turns out that love is not in fact all you need. John and Paul forgot to mention that you also need a boatload of cash to pay for the political prostitution which accompanies all that love. All across the nation, progressives and leftists are scrapping like feral dogs in the charred husk of a once-prosperous Detroit neighborhood. They’ve stumbled upon a carcass and now every bitch and cur wants a mouthful; the carcass of course being the desiccated remains of this once-great nation. Now that the so-called Republican Party has waved the white underpants on a stick to signal their surrender to the Progressive agenda, the fascists and socialists are beginning to turn on each other. Cracks in the Berlin Dam are starting to appear and it remains to be seen if the GOP will do any more than hold the trowel while Alinski’s disciples mix up more spackle.

Moving on to God’s Best

Written by Vicki H. Moss on Monday, 02 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Vicki H. Moss

God can only move us forward when we stop looking behind....

Moving on to God’s Best

There’s a part of America that’s holding onto the American dream with a prayer. And that dream is to have an opportunity to work hard, get a good education, land a job, purchase a decent home, and live in a free country where families can enjoy life while living in peace.

A Logical Look at Obamacare

Written by Lynn Atherton-Bloxham on Monday, 02 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Lynn Atherton-Bloxham

Where pricing is hidden from consumers, that pricing is liable to be outrageously high. That's the case in healthcare today, and it's not going to improve with Obamacare.

A Logical Look at Obamacare

For many, many years one of my favorite writers has been Paul Jacob. He does not tout his formal economic credentials, rather his goal in his writings is to take fallacies that people hold and explain why what they think is not necessarily so. One of Jacob's recent pieces is about as clear and "common sense" an explanation of medical cost problems as can be. There are many economic journals carrying extensive studies available for those who have not thought through the problem in a logical and honest manner. This little essay by Paul is merely a summary of the Austrian perspective of why voluntary exchange works and bureaucratic attempts to replace a market do not work.

The Darwin Bicentennial: A Message to All Evolutionists

Written by Christopher C.M. Warren on Monday, 02 September 2013. Posted in Opinion, Christopher C.M. Warren

In 2009, to commemorate the bicentennial of the Birth of Charles Darwin, Britain launched a stamp. At the same time Christopher C.M. Warren penned the following analysis of evolution from the Creationist point of view.

The Darwin Bicentennial: A Message to All Evolutionists

Whilst most of you have your eyes on the collapsing economy a few may have noticed the media making a fuss over Charles Darwin, the chief engine being the modern compulsory religion that everyone learns and must believe in at school called 'Evolution'. Why is this? Because two hundred years ago last Thursday, Charles Darwin was born into the world.

Test Drive: 2014 Toyota Corolla

Written by Eric Peters on Monday, 02 September 2013. Posted in Automotive, Business

The Corolla is Toyota's bread and butter sedan, and the best selling car in the world. Will the latest redesign build on that success?

Test Drive: 2014 Toyota Corolla

Here’s scary:

You’ve been assigned the job of restyling – and re-engineering – the company’s Number One Seller. It’s on you to get it right.
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