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Heidi Stober as Mozart's Countess Violante in disguise. (Credit: Ken Howard, courtesy of Santa Fe Opera)

A charming ‘La Finta Giardiniera’ in Santa Fe


SANTA FE, New Mexico, August 2, 2015 — After enjoying the Santa Fe Opera’s production of Mozart’s “La Finta Giardiniera,” here recently,

William Shakespeare. (Via Wikipedia)

Professors, teachers erasing America’s history and culture


WASHINGTON, August 3, 2015 − While most Americans weren’t looking, our schools − colleges, universities, and high schools − have largely abandoned

Obama Legacy: The American Ozymandias. Image by DonkeyHotey (Via Flickr, CC 2.0)

Obama’s full-scale attack on coal imperils all Americans


SANTE FE, New Mexico, August 3. 2015 − Out here in New Mexico for two weeks, we’re running on Mountain Daylight Time

Shareholders worried potential iPhone sales may plummet in China. Time to "Think Different" again?

Obama, oil, Apple [AAPL], China hammer Monday markets


SANTA FE, New Mexico, August 3, 2015 — Boy, did we pick a heck of a week to visit the Santa Fe

Gun Free Zone

We should sue “gun free zones” that fail to protect us


Gun free zones need to become places where those who would do harm know they will face a violent response.


Canada prepares for elections: Will Harper survive?


Canada is due for elections in October, and observers wonder whether the initiatives taken by Prime Minister Stephen Harper will survive the election.

Fox News Republican Debate - Image courtesy Fox News

Live Chat: 2016 Presidential Republican Debate on Fox News


Join Communities Digital News live chat of the FOX News Channel first Republican Debate on August 6, 2015.

Dan Price.

Gravity Payments $70K minimum salary: Employees quit, company may fold


WASHINGTON, Aug. 3, 2015 − Four months ago, Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price decided to pay every one of his employees at


ISIS is as strong today as it was a year ago


Obama knows that he is not stopping the spread of the Islamic State. All he is doing is attempting to slow their progress.

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Were Jesus’ healings a placebo effect?


Either Jesus possessed some unique ability, or there was something more profound happening during his interactions with others that has yet to be explained.

California Congressman Richard Nixon enjoys a morning headline in 1950 announcing the conviction of Soviet spy Alger Hiss.

From Alger Hiss to Hillary Clinton: Republicans need to channel Nixon


If lick-spittle Republicans ever hope to get to the bottom of the Clinton scandals and, more importantly, get criminal convictions, they need to perfect, as did Nixon, their quiet savagery.

1,534 Mw Sandow Station coal-fired power plant in Rockdale, Texas. Credit: Steve Davidson

Clean Power Plan Reductions Greater Than EPA Says


Tomorrow’s final release of EPA’s Clean Power Plan will require carbon dioxide reductions of 44 percent below 2005 levels by 2030

spiritual warfare - God vs, Satan

How God’s miracle in Detroit on Richton St. saved a man’s eternal life


Thirty years ago as a community tenant organizer, I received a call for help and did not realize that two lives would be saved when I entered the abandoned building that afternoon.

Fox News GOP Debate

FOX News hypes the debate with “the bait”


Love him or hate him, Donald Trump, for the moment at least, is the catalyst and the driving force behind the frenzy surrounding the initial competition of words that will substitute for a serious debate.

Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy

Resting Bitch Face: An unpleasant condition or just “Born That Way”


Do you wonder why the women in your life seem to be stern, or scowl? Is it attitude, botox or are they just Born This Way?