Sunday, July 30, 2006


This update focuses on democracy. Democracy is lauded at home and is believed by some to be the solution to foreign threats abroad. However, it can empower to tyranny and terrorism in some cases. It should be seen as a means to the end of limited government, rather than a mandate for the violation of rights or a cure for radical ideologies.

Walter Williams points out that the Founding Fathers created a republic, not a democracy.
Rep. Henry Hyde argues that democracy can lead to revolution, which is destructive.
Pat Buchanan shows that democracy does not guarantee religious freedom.
Phyllis Schlafly defends the electoral college and exposes a plot to undermine it.
Jonah Goldberg argues that having more voters isn't necessarily better.
John McManus explains the difference between a republic and democracy.

Sunday, July 23, 2006


This update focuses on feminism. This radical ideology has largely been rejected by the American people, but it continues to be promoted through schools and government.

Phyllis Schlafly exposes feminists' war against men.
Schlafly discusses how feminists use title nine to advance their agenda.
Schlafly explains what's wrong with the violence against women act.
Schlafly shows how government attacks fatherhood.
Ivy Sellers destroys the nonsense of a "wage gap".

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Security and Prosperity Partnership

This update focuses on the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP). This story continues outside the watch of the liberal media.

Joseph Farah writes that opposition to the SPP is mounting.
Chuck Baldwin lists the conservatives who oppose the SPP.
Jerome Corsi and John Hawkins debate whether the SPP is really a threat.
The Pittsburgh Tribune Review asks what is happening to American sovereignty.
Jerome Corsi examines the North American Competitiveness Council.
Christopher Bentley explains the process of regional integration.
Chris Kelly reports what Vicente Fox says about goals of the SPP.

Earlier news concerning the SPP here and here.

Sunday, July 09, 2006


This update focuses on demographics. It is sometimes said that demography determines destiny. Cliche though it may be, children are our future. The future of a nation will depend on how many children they have, and who has the children.

In Western Civilization, birth rates are below the rate of replacement. Meanwhile, third world populations continue to expand rapidly. This constitutes what conservative author Pat Buchanan calls The Death of the West. If these trends are not reversed, our civilization will die out and be replaced by others.

Don Feder writes that this cultural problem will destroy Europe.
Mac Johnson writes that birth control and abortion contribute much to this problem.
Donald Devine explains that this is a cultural problem unlikely to be solved by government subsidies.
Joseph D'Agostino writes that socialism both contributes to and will be destroyed by demographic problems.
Joel Belz argues that demographics show that conservatives will take over America.

Sunday, July 02, 2006

News from Abroad

This update focuses on news from abroad. Many new developments across the world deserve more attention.

Roger Canfield exposes Communist China's terror campaign on our own shores.
John Tkacik asks whether China is complicit in North Korean counterfeiting.
Jed Babbin explains that China wants a war with the United States.
Pat Buchanan shows that communism is silently conquering South America.
Allan Ashinoff asks whether we will face up to the threat from Iran.
Pat Buchanan shows how the collapse of Christianity will destroy Europe.
William Jasper asks whether the Italian election was stolen by communists.
Bruce Bartlett explains how the New York Times helped Castro to power in Cuba.