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Narrative Shaping: Wall Street Journal

July 11, 2018, by Ashley

It’s hard for anyone to argue that the media tries to shape our perspectives and opinions on what’s going on in the world. But it’s sometimes shocking just how blatant their narrative shaping can be. A friend recently emailed me the image below, which features two different versions of the Wall Street Journal that were…

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The XYZ’s of Socialism

July 2, 2018, by Roland Manarin

The ABC’s are pretty much the extent of what any socialist wants to tell you about Socialism. They love to dwell on all of the happy talk about Socialism, including the motivations, the vague promises, as well as political programs it may produce. No one really wants to talk that much about the XYZ’s of…

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Obama took lying to new heights with the Iran deal

June 19, 2018, by Roland Manarin

It’s not news that the Obama administration had few secrets when it came to their dealings with Iran a few years ago. We knew before now that then-President Barack Obama didn’t disclose to Congress information about secret side deals on inspections when transmitting the nuclear accord on Capitol Hill. We also knew that he secretly…

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What’s a Greater Leap of Faith: God or the Multiverse?

June 14, 2018, by Roland Manarin

“The odds against our existence are truly astronomical,” said Brian Keating, Professor of Physics at the University of California, San Diego, in a recent video published on PragerU.com. Some people have faith we’re here because of God. But many scientists discount this belief because there isn’t a way to prove it. Instead, several scientists are…

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The Men Who Killed Kennedy – The Truth Will Make You Free

June 8, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Many Americans believe the truth surrounding President John F. Kennedy’s assassination has been covered up. However, since the government maintains that the case is closed, it’s hard to get anyone to believe otherwise. So, it’s up to private individuals, like former U.S. Steel employee Tom Wilson, to take on their own private investigations without any…

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U.S. Acts: Good Things Happen

May 31, 2018, by Roland Manarin

Conventional wisdom has been worried this year, according to Brian Wesbury, chief economist at First Trust Portfolios. We’ve seen volatility in the stock market created by several factors, including trade tariffs, North Korea, Iran, the Russian investigation. The good news is we’ve seen the United States “act” in recent days. “And when the United States…

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