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Prager University – ‘Why America Invaded Iraq.’

by Steve MacDonald September 9, 2013
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From Prager University: Why did America invade Iraq in 2003? The decision was controversial, but the reason was both clear and compelling. Renowned British historian, Andrew Roberts, explains.

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Data Point – Indebtedness of Detroit vs United States

by Skip August 5, 2013

(H/T: Hot Air)

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The End of the Beginning of the End

by Scott Morales November 8, 2012

When not caused by war, nations decay slowly and gradually (e.g., modern day France, Italy, Spain, Greece etc.). Alas, now, it seems ours is no different. Its exceptionalism is dissolving into the ordinary. It’s a choice made by the people. They fore-go liberty and self subjugate themselves under ruling political and administrative classes of which […]

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Where’d All The CO2 Go?

by Steve MacDonald July 3, 2012

This is curious.  Just when the Global Warming Monkeys we’re complaining about how its totally hot, like…as if we were experiencing, like, Global warming, Ok?  OMG! So why is it so damn hot if US CO2 emissions from energy are nearing their lowest since 1991…without cap and trade?   Could it just be the weather?   […]

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