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News flash: U.N. Climate Change delegates want to wreck the U.S. economy and ban water

  This is interesting. It seems the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) has forged a new frontier in climate change research — a peek into the psyches of climate change alarmists themselves. And what better laboratory than the  United Nations Conference on Climate Change that just wrapped up in (an unusually and ironically frigid) Cancun, Mexico? The findings — although not […]

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Election Day 2010: A Time for Choosing

  Tuesday’s election may seem typical on the outside, but Jeffrey Lord with the American Spectator believes there is much more on the ballot this year than your typical aspirant for city council or the U.S. senate. Lord views this election as a climactic affirmation of our core values. And he predicts Wednesday morning will not […]

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Christine O’Donnell and Chris Coons: Profiles in Extremism

Amazing how employing a little context makes the truth pop out — as Selwyn Duke demonstrated masterfully today in a piece at American Thinker about Delaware senate candidate, Christine O’Donnell, and her madly projecting detractors. Duke pointed out: …Lenin, once said, “The way to crush the bourgeoisie is to grind them between the millstones of […]

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“For years the United States was the island of sanity in the ocean of pain, suffering and injustice in which most of the world was drowning…”

Ex-Soviet, Leon Weinstein, is circulating a cautionary letter “written by people who came from where Obama is taking America to.” Weinstein, who survived Marxism’s bloody death-grip over the 20th Century, is rallying other ex-communists to sound the alarm for America’s eroding freedom. Here are some excerpts from Weinstein’s poignant wake-up call for ignorant and apathetic America: Dear ex-compatriots who once lived under the socialist […]

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