William F. Jasper
As the Obama administration makes ready to normalize relations with Castro’s Cuba, a new tell-all book shatters the mythology spun by America’s leftist media to romanticize Fidel’s brutal Communist dictatorship.
Water For All International, a small Christian ministry based in San Angelo, Texas, is bringing hope and health to many thousands of world’s most destitute people, with over 3,500 wells now in 28 countries.
Critics ask the Holy See to stop allying itself with the statist, anti-Catholic, pro-abortion, population control advocates of the United Nations and NGOs who are using global warming fear to push harmful policies.
Real education reform is doomed unless Americans expose and oppose the subversive schemes of the elite educators in our top universities and government agencies. Crimes of the Educators by Samuel Blumenfeld and Alex Newman provides both the exposure and solutions.
Daughter of Earth Day founder Gaylord Nelson is blocked from using her state office as a global-warming propaganda organ; Green Lobby goes apoplectic.
Many renowned scientists have criticized the computer models used by the global warming alarming industry, pointing out, for example, that the models omit many of the most important factors in our planet's complex climate system: clouds, water vapor, volcanoes, ocean circulation, solar activity, and more.
Africa’s most populous nation appears to have achieved a peaceful, historic transfer of power, and averted — at least for now — bloody civil war. But the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram continues its attacks and Nigeria’s tenuous peace faces many challenges.
Even diehard alarmists now admit the models used to produce scary climate scenarios are hopelessly flawed, but an equal worry is outright fraud in the temperature data.
When World War II ended, the Soviet Union was one of the "allies" — but Igor Gouzenko knew better. He defected and exposed the Soviet spies secretly waging war on the West.
The recently leaked Chapter 2 of the secret Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), as we recently reported, would establish international tribunals (courts) appointed by a branch of the World Bank, which acts as a front for the central bankers and their Wall Street bankster colleagues, most especially Goldman Sachs and the Council on Foreign Relations.