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Thoughts at the End of an Important Year

The questions are: Who is behind globalization and why is America continuing to embrace it? Worse still, some people liken the current trend with the defunct policy of global Communism advanced in the past by the USSR. Hopefully, such people … Continue reading

- By Nicholas Dima

What the War Over Jerusalem is Really About

President Trump sent a message to the terrorists that America will not be terrorized. Previous administrations allowed the terrorists to decide where we put our embassy. When countries refuse to move their embassies to Jerusalem, they are submitting to Sharia … Continue reading

- By Daniel Greenfield

Alabama Special Senate Election Ballot Confusion

The special election ballot design was especially confusing in this election as there was only one partisan race on the ballot. This gave voters two ways to support their candidate in the contest. On top of the ballot was a … Continue reading

- By Jay O'Callaghan

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