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Common Core Sparks Infighting in New York Unions

Last year, the depth of frustration with New York's Common Core burst into the public when parents and teachers confronted State Education Commissioner John King in Poughkeepsie, NY, with their concerns and difficulties. Jan 26, 2014 2:25 PM PT

Stopping Tyranny with Mark Levin's 'The Liberty Amendments'

Levin supplements all eleven of his proposed Amendments with the words of the Framers, showing that each of the ideas is in the tradition of their thinking, and offers examples of how these values are at risk by an ever-expanding and oppressive federal leviathan. Jan 19, 2014 3:13 PM PT

David Horowitz Dismantles New Left in Book of Essays

“Never trust anyone over thirty” was a slogan of the 1960s New Left. The movement's members may now be in their 70s, but many of them never really grew up. Now, one of those who did become an adult, David Horowitz, is giving them the comeuppance they richly deserve in Volume One of his collected conservative writings, The Black Book of the American Left. Jan 13, 2014 7:39 AM PT

NYC Painted Red

Bill de Blasio is not the only red coming to power in New York City. He will also be joined by a "progressive" majority City Council. Here is a sampling of three of those he will be working with. Jan 4, 2014 3:17 PM PT

The Kennedy Assassination: All Roads Lead to Moscow?

Fifty years ago, the nation stood in stunned silence as they learned that the President had been killed in Dallas, Texas. The shooter, Lee Harvey Oswald, was a Communist. Over the years hundreds-of-thousands of stories have been thrown against the wall to see if anything that would distract from that fact would stick. Not everyone was taken in by these antics. Nov 22, 2013 3:04 PM PT

Elie Wiesel Opposes Obama's Iran Overtures

At an event attended by a Breitbart News reporter on September 29, Nobel laureate and Auschwitz survivor Elie Wiesel announced strong opposition to President Obama's overtures to the Islamist regime of Iran. Oct 4, 2013 8:40 AM PT

The KGB Spark and the Anti-Military Media it Ignited

The August 2013 edition of Australia's The Monthly has a piece by Robert Manne which attempts to prove that influential Australian journalist Wilfred Burchett was a paid KGB agent. His method is simple: take the KGB document that says so--smuggled out of Russia by Vladimir Bukovsky in 1992 (!) - have it translated (!!!), and put the relevant parts into the article. Aug 5, 2013 10:01 AM PT

Anti-Fracking Hangover: Germany's fear of beer contamination coming to America?

The German Brewers Federation has been duped into believing that fracking--which has the potential of finally making Germany energy independent--would contaminate the water they use to make their beer. Their concerns are baseless, of coarse. Maybe some good Samaritan will be able to send them a copy ofFrackNation with German subtitles. But the madness is now coming to the United States. Aug 1, 2013 2:15 PM PT

Obama's Praise for Ho Chi Minh Recycles Old Communist Ruse

Looks like Vietnam’s current dictator forgot to mention to our ignorant president that the guy he is comparing to our founders was the man personally responsible for torturing our brave Military pilots. Next time Obama accuses our nation of torture--and tries to prosecute our CIA agents on such charges--remember that at the same time he feels Ho Chi Minh is worthy of the highest praise. Jul 28, 2013 6:47 AM PT

Detroit, USSA

The residents of Detroit continually gave power to the Reds--and now they are in the Red. They can’t say they weren’t warned. Jul 26, 2013 5:53 AM PT


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