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By Anthony Chibarirwe, from July 3, 2015 in Analysis »
It’s ‘an insult’ and ‘an unfortunate outcome’ that’s ‘deeply troubling.’
By Callum Wood, from July 2, 2015 in Analysis »
How the Saudis are giving Yemen to Iran
Part of a pattern in immigration policy that undermines America’s own interests 
By Joel Hilliker, from July 1, 2015 in Analysis »
The Supreme Court last week said the Constitution guarantees the right to same-sex ‘marriage.’ But their decision had nothing to do with the Constitution, and it set a dangerous precedent for America.
By Richard Palmer, from June 30, 2015 in Analysis »
And why the euro is incompatible with democracy
By Richard Palmer, from June 29, 2015 in Analysis »
The pope releases his most radical document yet.
For hundreds of years, the Vatican created rivers of blood trying to seize control of the Holy Land from Muslims. Today the Vatican apparently endorses Palestinian sovereignty. Why?
By Joel Hilliker, from June 26, 2015 in Analysis »
Ahead of next Tuesday’s deadline, Western nations forge ahead with plans to make a deal with Iran over its nuclear program—no matter what Iran does to prove it a farce.
By Robert Morley, from June 25, 2015 in Analysis »
Does the latest Russian-German deal reflect the spirit of Molotov-Ribbentrop?