What America Will Look Like In 2050, Part 8

By Frosty Wooldridge. Part 8: Quality of life degraded At the current rate of immigration, America faces 100 million more people from all around the world by 2050—37 scant years from now. That equals to 20 of our most populated cities being duplicated into 20 more of them. That means 100 million more people … [Read more...]

JFK’s National Security Legacy

Between January 1961 and Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy fundamentally changed U.S. national security policy. These changes resulted in structures and doctrines that enabled American forces to fight in Vietnam in a new way that ultimately defined Kennedy’s national security legacy. Shortly after … [Read more...]

Remembering John F. Kennedy

By Dr. Gary S. Smith Few events in American history have brought more sorrow, grief and confusion than the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Astounded by the intensity of Americans’ reactions, a British journalist wrote, “One would think that one was reading about the death of a … [Read more...]

What America Will Look Like In 2050, Part 7

Part 7: Ecological footprint In the past week, our U.S. Congress tabled the egregious mistake of amnesty bill S744 projected to render a free pass for 20 million illegal migrants and their families. It also raises legal immigration from 1.0 million annually to 2.0 million. For the moment, the American people … [Read more...]

What America Will Look Like In 2050, Part 6

By Frosty Wooldridge. Ten years ago, brilliant research-writer James Howard Kunstler wrote a book: The Long Emergency. He explained what America faces with its huge population when Peak Oil manifests on our civilization. I met him at a Washington, DC conference where he pointed out how fast America runs out … [Read more...]

The Unseen Scars Are Often As Painful As The Ones Seen

By Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson. In economics, the first lesson I teach my pupils is the lesson of things that are seen and things that are not seen. Actions produce some effects that are readily apparent and others that are not. This truth applies to military veterans. Many return from their service … [Read more...]

What America Will Look Like In 2050, Part 5

Part 5, Illiteracy and racial dysfunction Current U.S. Census Bureau figures show 22.3 percent of American citizens live below the poverty line. That equates to 69,520,000 Americans. They cannot secure a livable-wage job in order to pay for food, home, medical care and basic living in this country. Within … [Read more...]

What America Will Look Like In 2050, Part 4

Part 4: Acute water shortages, aquifers exhausted, contaminated rivers Few Americans understand what their children face within 37 years with the addition of 100 million immigrants to the United States of America. The ramifications of passage of mass Amnesty Bill S.744 guarantee devastating consequences to … [Read more...]

Tear Down This Wall: Celebrating Victories Over Communism On World Freedom Day

By Alejandro Antonio Chafuen. Editor’s note: This article first appeared at Forbes.com. Saturday, Nov. 9, marks the 24th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. It is an important date in the history of human civilization. President Ronald Reagan’s demand, “President Gorbachev, tear down this wall,” … [Read more...]

A Judgment On Intelligence

By Herb Meyer. Editor’s note: This article first appeared at American Thinker. Despite everything you’ve gleaned from spy novels and movies, the most important raw material for a successful intelligence service isn’t information; it’s judgment.  If you don’t know what information is worth collecting, … [Read more...]