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Category: Politics

Daniel Greenfield: What the Russian Trolls Were Really Doing in 2016

What if everything you knew about Russian election trolling was a lie? That’s the problem faced by two Senate Intelligence Commission reports commissioned from two outside organizations which...

It Is the Federal Government’s Duty to Stop California

During this last election in California our ballot showed only two Democrats as candidates for US Senator—no Republicans, no independents. Making matters even worse was that the system would not...

Daniel Greenfield: Israel and the Structural Discrimination of the UN

What do Cuba and Iran, Venezuela and Qatar, Vietnam and Somalia, and China and Pakistan have in common? They all voted to protect Hamas, a genocidal Islamic terrorist group, at the United Nations...

The Gospel According to Star Trek

From the first letter of Paul to the Corinthians, written from Ephesus, c57 A.D. “For though I am free from all men, I have made myself a slave to all, that I might win the more. To the Jews I...

Indoctrination: Mind Control and Public Schools

A letter to the editor in a Parkersburg, WV, newspaper questioned the objectivity of a local middle school. So they invited an outside entity to provide an eighth-grade student assembly with a...

Violinist Lindsey Stirling Offers Beautiful Christmas Gift In Train Station

Violinist Lindsey Sterling played 'Hallelujah' in a train station to very little notice, but the gift she was giving was priceless.

Daniel Greenfield: Muslim Migrants Terrorize a Sleepy German College Town

29. That’s how many crimes one single Syrian migrant had allegedly committed since entering Germany four years ago. He had already been wanted for drug trafficking and had been investigated for a...

Marc Lamont Hill: Symbol of Leftist Hate

This new edition of The Glazov Gang features Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Fellow at the Freedom Center and editor of The Point at Frontpagemag.com. Daniel discusses Marc Lamont Hill: Symbol of...

Accusations of Sex Assault in 2018: Guilty Until Proven Innocent?

Before and since the public hearings over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, much has been in the news about the #metoo movement and the recent efforts by the Department of Education to overhaul...

Can There Be “Peace on Earth”?

One of my favorite Christmas carols—and possibly one of the most patriotic Christmas songs of all time–is “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”.  Originally written as the poem...

“Into the Light”: Fanny Crosby, The Hymn Queen

The title “Hymn Queen” was given the writer of over 8,000 famous hymns in the 1800s. Francis Jane Crosby, soon to be known as Fanny Crosby, is a name that may not be familiar to most Christians...

Lisa K Brown: A Merry (But Scary) Christmas

Dear Santa, It’s not me, it’s you. I think you’re a wonderful man, but I also think we need some space. Please feel free to visit once a year and leave me whatever I ask for. Also, if you don’t...

Higher Pay for Congressional Staff? Not Without Other Changes!

Nate Madden, of Conservative Review, provided a proposal recenty that he touts to reduce the brain drain that currently plagues Congressional staff…low pay and the attraction of K Street lobbying...

Prager University: The American Trinity

Dennis Prager provides a simple and extremely clear presentative of who America is different from any other nation in the world. The three key values that have dictated our ability and...

Stuart Kaufman: War of the Words

I will be 75 years old in February; I was convinced that I was going to die at age 61. Two of my uncles died from heart attacks at age 61. My grandfather died from a heart attack at age 61. My...

Prager University: A Nation of Immigrants?

Michelle Malkin offers a more accurate take on the immigration situation that counters the tearful lamentations of Chuck Shumer and other leftists when it comes to the “plight” of the immigrant...

Prager University: Who Are the Most Powerful People in America?

Phillip Hamburger provides a clear and concise look at the problem of the Congress’ practice of creating sweeping legislation without filling in all the blanks. That job has, since the Presidency...

Daniel Greenfield: Have A Very Intolerant Day

November 16 was National Button Day, National Fast Food Day and International Tolerance Day: if you’ve never heard of International Tolerance Day, that just shows how intolerant you are....