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Democracy at Risk: Founding fathers would be disappointed, not surprised

There are many reasons to be concerned about the future of America.  In a democracy, the values of the people are reflected in a nation’s political life.  What are the values of American society in 2022? The commemoration of the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol has led to discussions about the state of ...

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United Nations Anti-Americanism (Americophobia) emboldens Iran

FRANCE: In his anti-American speech at the annual UN General Assembly meeting on August 23, 2021, Iranian President Raisi (Iran’s Raisi says nuclear talks with major powers should be result-oriented) says: “What we see in the region today is that not only hegemony and hegemonic thinking but also the project of imposing Western identity has ...

The Republic vs Mob Democracy: Pray the republic will win

WASHINGTON: Aristotle, a Greek political philosopher of the 4th century B.C., distinguished nine principal kinds of government. However, of those nine, three are most germain to American politics in the 21st century. Aristotle identified the rule of a Kingship, or tyrannical monarchy,  Republic or aristocracy or the “rule of the best” on behalf of everyone’s best interest. And ...

Russians aren’t the only ones undermining US democracy

Before Obama leaves the White House, and before Hillary Clinton runs for mayor of New York City, all kinds of intelligence operations should be initiated to help President Trump eradicate the shadowy, sleezy, and corrupt habits of the entrenched political class.

The intellectual and liberal media enchantment with Communism

WASHINGTON, June 11, 2014 – Throughout the world, Communist states have crumbled. There can now be no doubt about what the people of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Romania, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and other countries upon which Marxism-Leninism was forcibly imposed, including Russia itself, think of Communism. Indeed, it was Communist leaders, such as Mikhail Gorbachev, who ...