ENDA: The Rotten Fruit of the Sixties

During the sixties, catchy phrases such as “it’s forbidden to forbid,” circulated among the protesters that filled universities worldwide. The ideas that circulated in the spring of 1968 are now producing their rotten fruit. It is painfully evident, for example, … Continue reading

North Korea’s Faux Freedom

Communist North Korea is in the news again for something it does well—practicing hypocritical tyranny. This case involves nine young men between the ages of 15 and 23 who heroically endured severe hardship that included frostbite, malnutrition and regular beatings … Continue reading

Global Warming Alarmists are Truly Alarming

In 2007 advocates of global warming at the BBC wrote an article titled “Arctic summers ice-free ‘by 2013’” based on findings presented to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a UN led body that assesses the state of the … Continue reading

Return to Order in Charleston

Charleston, and the book Return to Order, seem to fit together naturally. South Carolina’s premier city represents a traditional order of things that attracts people. Its splendid townhouses and restored downtown are proof that this order is not a relic … Continue reading

Raising a Fracas about Fracking

To frack or not to frack is the question, and liberals would like everyone to be against fracking based on arguments that the practice destroys the environment. Unfortunately, this emotional and sensational appeal is made by environmentalists who twist the … Continue reading

Vietnam Frightened by Freedom

China has been taking substantial flak for severely restricting the lip service they pay to freedom of speech after having issued the infamous Document No. 9, which severely limited free speech. It has now started what appears to be a trend … Continue reading

The Failure of China’s Great Firewall

Article 35 in China’s constitution, states that “citizens of the People’s Republic of China enjoy freedom of speech, of the press, of assembly, of association, of procession and of demonstration.” This article appears to be right out of the American … Continue reading

The $330,000 Hamburger

Most people might think that in-vitro produced meat was an idea confined to science fiction publications, the new Frankenburger hopes to convince you otherwise. Professor Mark Post of Maastricht University is the scientist behind the research that takes cells from … Continue reading

Nudge Squads and the Thought Police

If you thought you could think on your own, think again. The federal government is now forming Behavioral Insights Teams (BIT), also referred to as Nudge Squads. Their purpose: manipulate the public to agree with federally approved agendas. Instead of … Continue reading

Who Cares About the British Monarchy?

As the world delights with its first glimpse of the British Monarchy’s new heir, naturally no one is more proud and interested than the British. But they are not the only ones who care about the new Royal; Americans are … Continue reading

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