BY: DAVID HARRIS ... There’s an entire global industry dedicated to vilifying and isolating Israel, the world’s only Jewish-majority nation. Where’s the outrage? … continue reading

BY: KATHARINE GAMMON ... Police arrested more than 100 people this week as activists try to block the expansion of the pipeline. Environmental protesters and Native American tribes have joined together to try to block construction efforts that would expand and repair a controversial pipeline … continue reading

BY: KAROLOS GROHMANN... Taking a knee during the Tokyo Olympics or lifting a fist in support of racial equality will be punished as the International Olympic Committee on Wednesday maintained its ban on athletes' protests inside stadiums, at ceremonies and on podiums … continue reading

The Steep Price We Pay for Cheap Chocolate
BY: GULNAZ KHAN ... Thousands of years ago, the Maya people of Central America believed that chocolate was the food of the gods. The Maya — who helped pioneer cultivation of the cocoa tree, along with the Toltec and Aztec peoples — even used cocoa beans as a form of currency … continue reading

Darfur Uunrest, Biden Changes & Besieged Bangui: The Cheat Sheet
BY: THE NEW HUMANITARIAN ... Just weeks after the UN Security Council voted unanimously to terminate the mandate of the joint UN-African Union peacekeeping mission (UNAMID) in Darfur, a new outbreak of violence in the region has left hundreds dead and injured. At least 159 people died – including three aid workers – and tens of thousands were displaced following militia attacks on displacement camps in West Darfur’s El Geneina … continue reading

Nothing Left To Lose
BY: SARAH AZIZA ... In the afternoon of August 4, Aya Zantout sat in Al Makan, the cultural center in the Mar Elias neighborhood of Beirut, where she often volunteered. Suddenly, from her seat just a few feet from the office’s glass door, she heard a strange boom, followed by a thunderous sound that shook the building and sent the door heaving from its hinges. Glass shattered in every direction … continue reading

9 Ways that SOCIALISM Will Morally Bankrupt America
BY: THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION ... 1. Socialism is being marketed to young people as kind, selfless, and community-focused, 2. Many people are unaware of Socialism’s dismal record, and 3. Young people are not being taught America’s founding principles, so they are unprepared to combat the narratives they hear in their schools and colleges … continue reading

All Spying All The Time
BY: ANDREW NAPOLITANO ... During this summer of madness in Portland, Oregon, and sadness over COVID-19, two below-the-radar events occurred implicating the insatiable appetite of the United States government to spy on everyone in America. Regular readers of this column know that the feds have been wearing away at our privacy rights using a multitude of means. Yet, these two below-the-fold events this summer have caught the feds … continue reading

The DOJ has Launched an Investigation as More Evidence Emerges That Someone is Orchestrating the Violent Riots
BY: MICHAEL SNYDER ... The Department of Justice has announced that it is attempting to determine if there is a “coordinated command and control” behind the violent riots that have erupted all over the United States. In recent days, officials all over the country have used words such as “organized” and “organizers” to describe the orchestration that they have been witnessing in their respective cities … continue reading

Lebanon Was Torn Apart by a Civil War and the U.S. is Going Down a Similar Path
BY: VIGILANT CITIZEN ... In 1975, Lebanon descended into a violent civil war that destroyed this once vibrant and prosperous country. Here’s how the U.S. is following in its footsteps. 45 years ago, a horrific civil war broke out in Lebanon. My parents, like millions of other Lebanese people, fled the country, looking for a better life … continue reading

Book burning at HBO!
BY: JOHN NOLTE ... THBO Max Blacklists ‘Gone With the Wind’ - The Woke Taliban have won HBO Max announced on Tuesday it is blacklisting Gone With the Wind (1939), and with it, Hattie McDaniel’s performance for which she won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar of 1940. McDaniel was not only the first black actor or actress to win an Oscar, she was the first black person ever to win an Oscar of any kind, and the first black person to even be nominated … continue reading

Indigenous in Colombia Take on Armed Groups & Coronavirus
BY: HANNA WALLIS ... Jambalo, Cauca, Colombia - Since he was a teenager, Edinson Quiguanas has helped patrol the roadside checkpoints on the outskirts of his Indigenous village in rural Colombia. This time, his orders are different: no one enters and no one leaves. "Before, we protected the community by watching for armed groups," he said. "Now the threat is something you can't see." … continue reading

Is This The Real Reason Why America Is Being Absolutely Devastated By This Coronavirus Pandemic?
BY: MICHAEL SNYDER ... Is it not just a coincidence that this coronavirus pandemic is hitting the United States much harder than anyone else? As I write this article, the U.S. has more than 600,000 confirmed cases, and no other nation has even hit the 200,000 mark yet. Of course just a couple of months ago that would have been unthinkable. At the turn of the year, COVID-19 was racing across China and there was not a single confirmed case in the United States at that time … continue reading

Wisconsin Creamery Provides Free Milk to Community Using ‘Kindness Cooler’
BY: KATHERINE RODRIGUEZ ... A Wisconsin creamery is giving away free milk to its local community members who are struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic. Sassy Cow Creamery, located in Columbus, Wisconsin, and owned by brothers James Baerwolf and Robert Baerwolf, is keeping a refrigerator outside the creamery that is fully stocked with milk and other dairy products. The creamery has called … continue reading

MSM Journalist Blows Whistle on Biggest Scandal of 2019 and Nobody’s Talking About It
BY: DARIUS SHAHTAHMASEBI ... A commerce student once told me that when there is a major scandal involving a business, the entity that ignores the scandal and does nothing to publicly address it generally recovers from the scandal better than those companies that issue statements, seek to address the issue … continue reading

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