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Americans are Protesting the New Surveillance; What Does the Future Hold?


While the Internet has brought new opportunities for free speech, the government grows daily more determined to monitor that very speech. Read More »

Giant Asteroid Could Hit Earth in 2032 – Time for the World to Work Together Now

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There are approximately 9,600 near earth objects that NASA is currently tracking, many of them 60% larger than 300 kilometers. Read More »

Sustaining the Environment, One Step at a Time.

Michael Reynolds

A Conference at Omega Institute highlighted what others are doing to move toward prosperous, resilient and sustainable communities that are beneficial for the environment. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Public Enemy: Confessions of an American Dissident’ by Bill Ayers


Bill Ayers examines at the experience of being labeled an "unrepentant domestic terrorist" during the 2008 presidential campaign. Read More »

Cruz Control Runs Government Adrift

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Sen. Ted Cruz had to apologize to WWII veterans. Now he should apologize to the whole country for using all of our suffering to further his own political fortunes. Read More »

America Commits Suicide

The Absence of Hope

More people die each year from suicide in America than from car crashes or murders. In fact, you’re three times more likely to kill yourself than you are to be murdered, and that number is rising. Read More »

Attacking Syria: Why is Obama Bothering Congress?


Three (real) reasons the President asked Congress for the go-ahead to attack Syria. Read More »

Two Faces of Syrian WMDs

Prove who is responsible before creating more death. Declassify!

Until we declassify and show the world our evidence, we have no business striking the Syrian regime. If you can't play fair, don't play at all. Read More »

Obama Losing Support on Syria – Send Dennis Rodman to Damascus Now!

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It would be much better to be shooting basketballs in North Korea and Syria instead of bombs. Read More »

Government Gone Too Far: PRISM, Internet Privacy, and Erosion of States’ Rights

States' Rights

PRISM is a crime with global reach and the potential to destroy American freedom as the world knows it. Read More »