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January 31, 2015

An American Renaissance

by Lawrence Sellin Ph.D.
The Obama years will be forever known as the Dark Ages of US history, a time of political, cultural and economic deterioration. We have yet to see if they will lead to the fall of the American republic. In the Obama years, the lie became not only a campaign strategy or a means to enact damaging policies, but an institution of government; the Presidency itself, a lie of… More
Jan 29, 2015

Strike a blow against the RINO: Recall McCain and Flake

by Lawrence Sellin Ph.D.
Republican Senators John McCain and Jeff Flake are liberals representing a conservative state. By their statements and actions, they have proven that they are no longer worthy to be the US Senators from Arizona. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), who once… More
Jan 28, 2015

Report: For-Profit Medical Provider Killed Mentally Ill Inmate in Solitary Confinement on Rikers Island

by Brian Sonenstein
The New York State Commission on Correction released a new report this week, detailing the findings from its investigation into the horrific and preventable death of mentally ill black inmate, Bradley Ballard. Ballard was left in his cell… More
Jan 28, 2015

US Families call on World Court to investigate DCFS CPS

by Wendy Greene
What started as a heartsick plea for what I thought was an isolated case - to be investigated, heard and an attempt made to obtain justice - has steadily evolved from a nationwide protest against DCFS and Child Protective Services into a plea to the… More
Jan 28, 2015

Hold the Applause For Obama’s Demarche On Personalized Medicine

by Betsy McCaughey Ph.D.
Even Republicans gushed with enthusiasm when, during the State of the Union speech, President Obama announced funding for personalized medicine. “I’m launching a new precision medicine initiative,” Mr. Obama said, to usher in a “new era of medicine,… More
Jan 28, 2015

For AMERICA To Do Well, AMERICANS Must Do Well

by Michael Cutler
America’s immigration laws were enacted to achieve two primary goals: protect the jobs of American workers and protect innocent lives. It is impossible to imagine that politicians who traditionally campaign on promises to create jobs for their… More
Jan 24, 2015

Journalist Barrett Brown - America’s newest Political Prisoner

by Mark Wachtler/Whiteout Press
Barrett Brown, in black jacket holding ‘Free Bradley Manning’ sign. Today, people are holding ‘Free Barrett Brown’ signs. Reporter Barrett Brown received his prison sentence from a federal judge Thursday and his supporters across the US and around… More
Jan 24, 2015

Let’s Secede from the American Monetary Union

by Ryan McMaken
The Swiss central bank’s recent move to de-peg the Swiss franc from the euro reminds us of the importance of choice in currency. By pegging the Swiss franc to the euro, the Swiss central bank was in effect subsidizing the euro by refusing to compete… More

Jan 24, 2015

Institutionalized racism? Arizona university offers course on the “Problem of Whiteness.”

by Michele Hickford
Arizona State University is offering an English course this semester that promises to explore critical race theory and the “problem of Jew-ness” in American literature and culture. Gotcha! No it’s… More
Jan 24, 2015

Fracking — A New Bubble for a New Year

by Mark Abdelnour
Another year is under way, and we are in the midst of yet another central bank-induced credit bubble. This time, the culprit is shaping up to be the oil and gas industry. Hydraulic fracturing, or… More
Jan 13, 2015

After Relentless Pursuit Against Reporter James Risen, Justice Department Moves to Exclude from Leak Trial

by Kevin Gosztola / The Dissenter
The Justice Department has moved to exclude New York Times reporter James Risen as an “unavailable witness” at the trial of former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling, who is accused of leaking classified… More
Jan 13, 2015

Meanwhile, Back in Afghani$tan ...

by Diana West
From the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR): Today, SIGAR released an audit of U.S.-funded salary payments for the Afghan National Police (ANP), which total $1.3… More
Jan 13, 2015

Battle Over GMO Labeling gets Secret and Deceptive

by Whiteout Press
For the past month, the fight over GMO labeling has accelerated. Both the multi-national corporations who profit from Genetically Modified Organisms, as well as the grassroots activists around the… More
Jan 12, 2015

EXITING SENATOR’S Report Describes DHS Failure to SECURE Borders, ENFORCE Immigration Laws

by Michael Cutler
The January 7, 2015, terror attack on Paris underscores the fact that, where the “War on Terror” is concerned, the “All clear” has not sounded. Borders and immigration laws are America’s first line… More
Jan 09, 2015

Environmental Activist Who FBI Entrapped & Charged with ‘Eco-Terrorism’ is Released Over Withheld Evidence

by Kevin Gosztola / The Dissenter
A 37-year-old environmental activist, who was convicted of “eco-terrorism” in 2007 and sentenced to 19 years in prison in 2008, has been released from jail after he uncovered evidence that the… More
Jan 09, 2015

The New Music Marketplace

by Benjamin M. Wiegold
Derek Thompson of The Atlantic recently wrote about how the evolving music industry is now utilizing modern, mostly online technology to predict which bands and artists will emerge as the next… More
Dec 19, 2014

Vets Post Complaints About Wounded Warrior Project

by Whiteout Press
A recent question posted on LinkedIn social media by a US veteran has generated a firestorm of comments regarding the credibility and sincerity of one of the largest veterans charities in America -… More

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  • Keep Our Public School Children out of Mosques

    January 10, 2015 Cerdafied - The Editor's Blog Lisa Cerda

    A school district in Colorado told school girls that they may have to submit to sharia-compliant rules while attending a Muslim Mosque for a field trip and were forced to cover their heads and ankles. While in Rome do as the Romans might make sense to some, but when Christian faith is stomped on and strictly forbidden, why would our public school system then proceed to take school students to Mosques?


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