Pentagon: ‘we weren’t keeping inventory’ excuse about missing weapons sent to Syria, Iraq

RT US weapons worth $715 million dollars were warehoused poorly and soldiers handling them did not keep receipts or records, so it’s impossible to tell how many, if… Read Article Pentagon: ‘we weren’t keeping inventory’ excuse about missing weapons sent to Syria, Iraq

Socialism Makes People Do Strange Things

Bruce Thornton, What does the most troubling political phenomenon of postwar America portend for November and beyond? Apart from the bizarrerie of Trumpophobia, the wide-spread Democrat  attraction to… Read Article Socialism Makes People Do Strange Things

Was the Debate Beat Down Fatal for Mayor Mike?

Pat Buchanan, Wednesday night in Las Vegas, Mayor Mike Bloomberg learned what it is like to be thrown up against a wall and frisked. At the opening of… Read Article Was the Debate Beat Down Fatal for Mayor Mike?

Two Kinds of Pro-Choice Advocates

Mike Adams, I remember once when I was a teenager asking my father “What time is it?” He responded by saying, “There are two kinds of people in… Read Article Two Kinds of Pro-Choice Advocates

Bernie’s Wrong: We Are Better Off Today Than We Were 45 Years Ago

David Harsanyi, A record-high number of Americans — 90% — say they are satisfied with their personal lives, according to Gallup. And 74% are optimistic that they will… Read Article Bernie’s Wrong: We Are Better Off Today Than We Were 45 Years Ago

Outbreak has infected more than 76,000 people globally

A viral outbreak that began in China has infected more than 76,000 people globally. The World Health Organization has named the illness COVID-19, referring to its origin late… Read Article Outbreak has infected more than 76,000 people globally

Assange’s fate hangs in balance as UK court considers U.S. extradition bid

Almost a decade after his WikiLeaks website enraged Washington by leaking secret U.S. documents, a London court will begin hearings on Monday to decide whether Julian Assange should… Read Article Assange’s fate hangs in balance as UK court considers U.S. extradition bid

UCLA Under Investigation for Anti-Semitism

Sara Dogan, A watershed moment in the battle against campus Jew-hatred. The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) announced last month that it will investigate a… Read Article UCLA Under Investigation for Anti-Semitism

Infighting and online hoaxes mar Democrats’ campaign

 A group of Los Angeles artists were awaiting the results of the Democratic Party’s Iowa caucuses, hoping Bernie Sanders would win, when they fired off a hashtag on… Read Article Infighting and online hoaxes mar Democrats’ campaign

China’s Government Is Like Something Out of ‘1984’

Victor Davis Hanson, The Chinese communist government increasingly poses an existential threat not just to its own 1.4 billion citizens but to the world at large. China is… Read Article China’s Government Is Like Something Out of ‘1984’