Forgery Claims Research Expert Ron Polland PhD: I created Obama’s certification of birth

Though nothing new, it is amazing how issues with Obama’s so-called original birth certificate just keep crawling out of the woodwork. Earlier this spring, in an attempt to silence well-founded rumors that Obama is in fact not an American citizen – and perhaps not even a legal immigrant! – the White House posted an image […]

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Dear Conan, Reckless Government Spending Is Worse Than You Think

Late-night comedian Conan O’Brien’s blog has a new post parodying Washington’s excessive spending. “Team Coco has found out why our government is so broke,” the blog explains, “They’ve been spending all our hard earned tax dollars on some pretty ridiculous programs.” The post contains a list of humorous fake programs and encourages readers submit their own. But […]

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Only Days In, Verizon Strike Already Getting Ugly

Verizon employees went on strike this week in protest of the company’s proposed changes to its employee benefits, which would make a number of changes to employees’ benefits. The company’s collective bargaining agreement expired at midnight on Saturday. By Sunday, Verizon was already alleging a dozen instances of sabotage, and illegal attempts by strikers to […]

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Really? Shariah Law Neighborhood Established Six Blocks From the White House!

What….you are asking? Shariah law in Washington, D.C.? How can that be? Apparently, Qatari petro-dollars talk and the U.S. Constitution walks and no one wants to talk about it much.  The following are two articles on CityCenterDC in Washington,D.C.: The first is from the ground-breaking in April, when the Washington Times suddenly discovered the terror-incubating […]

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Aqaba: A Bridge Too Far

Egypt and Saudi Arabia want to construct a giant bridge to accommodate road and rail traffic across the Gulf of Aqaba, Der Spiegel reports. Egyptian officials say the project, under discussion since 1988, has been approved. Egypt’s interim Prime Minister Essam Sharaf of the ruling junta has reportedly put General Abdul Aziz, chairman of the […]

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Living Freely in England a Century Ago

by Daniel Pipes July 21, 2011 A.J.P. Taylor wrote this memorable passage in English History, 1914-1945 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1970): Until August 1914 a sensible, law-abiding Englishman could pass through life and hardly notice the existence of the state, beyond the post office and the policeman. He could live where he liked and as […]

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