Tuesday, September 27, 2016 06:59 AM
During the 2016 presidential election cycle, it seems that the two remaining mainline party candidates are doing what they can to convince voters that they have the answer when it comes to protecting the American homeland from terrorist attacks. Let's take a look back in time and
CBC attacking local news market with $1.1 billion subsidy
Taxpayers are funding $1.1 billion for CBC local news and unfairly competing with local newspapers.
By Stephen Pate – Bob Cox the publisher of the Winnipeg Free Press says the CBC makes it difficult for
Over the past two years since the hostilities in Ukraine began, we've seen a cooling off of diplomatic relations between Russia and NATO, most particularly the United States. Russia, under Vladimir Putin, has become the new "boogeyman" and has become the point man for just
With the Obama Administration finally releasing its drone strike casualty data (or a semblance thereof), it's a good time to take a look at another one of President Obama's signature first-term policies; the closure of the terrorist prison at Guantanamo in Cuba.
As has become increasingly apparent over the past two election cycles, wealthy Americans have become big players in American political theatre, especially after the July 2010 federal court SpeechNow.org v. Federal Election Commission "gave birth" to Super PACs. Super PACs, aka
A recent analysis
by the Center for American Progress, a left-leaning public policy research organization, looks at the pricing of carbon and how a carbon tax will impact the U.S. economy and the revenue stream for the federal government. In general, opponents to the imposition of
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