Sometimes, it seems like we are being told that our current, overlapping crises cannot end until enough people embrace Marxism. Doug Casey does a marvelous job of explaining how Marxists have captured the universities and may soon capture the nation.
The folks in power are working themselves into another tizzy as the first anniversary of the January 6 uprising approaches. Patricia Henry says now is as good a time as any to take a closer look at how we're entering the American Twilight Zone.
If this Christmas was anything like the last couple, it's a safe bet that a number of folks became first time owners of firearms. Brian Miller has some excellent advice about youth gun safety: a smart parent's guide to keeping your kid safe.
CJ Hopkins has been doing a lot of the investigative journalist heavy lifting in reporting on our forced transition to the new normal. His take on the year of the new normal fascist is worth your time. (NB: This commentary contains some bad language)
The Christmas truce of 1914 is one of the most inspiring stories of the past century. David Stockman recounts the story and takes a deep dive into exactly why there still is no peace on earth, 107 years later.
A number of voices have been sounding the warning about substantial increases in food prices dead ahead. Chris MacIntosh does a great job of connecting the dots between our current energy crisis and how it affects our food supply.
I've been a Drew Carey Fan for many years. After reading David Hathaway's article about a glorious fist bump that Carey recently shared with a winning contestant on The Price is Right, you'll understand why this game show host is a stand up guy.
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