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Alan Caruba Passes

Mr. Alan Caruba Oct. 9, 1937 — June 15, 2015

It is with deep sadness that we mention the passing of Alan Caruba.

Alan wrote prolifically, and had his own blog site, … 304 more words

Politics

No Strategy. No Clue.

By Alan Caruba ~

The Wednesday, June 10 Wall Street Journal headline at the top of the page was “Obama Set to Expand Troops in Iraq.” We were 589 days into the two terms Barack Hussein Obama has served in the office of President of the United States and he is as clueless now as he was when he arrived on January 20, 2009. 650 more words

Public Opinion

Predicting Earthquakes. Not.

By Alan Caruba ~

The president of the Space and Science Research Corporation, John Casey, is also the author of “Cold Sun: A Dangerous ‘Hibernation’ of the Sun Has Begun!” and has called attention to a meteorological cycle that until the global warming hoax occurred, was largely unknown to many people and, to a large degree still is. 646 more words

Public Opinion

Caitlin Jenner? Hello Sucker!

By Alan Caruba ~

It doesn’t matter that Bruce Jenner, famed Olympic athlete and member of the Kardashian family, thinks that he is female. He can never be female no matter what surgery he undertakes to make it reflect the fantasy in his head. 818 more words

Public Opinion

The Hillary Enigma

By Alan Caruba ~

Does it strike anyone as strange that the only candidate for the Democratic Party’s nomination to be the next President of the United States is the wife of a former President? 884 more words

Public Opinion

Memorial Day 2015

By Alan Caruba ~

We need to remind ourselves that Memorial Day is not just another three-day weekend or a day when all manner of sales are offered to those who want to go shopping. 831 more words

Public Opinion

Thinking About China

By Alan Caruba ~

Napoleon Bonaparte purportedly said “Let China sleep, for when China wakes, she will shake the world.”

As Thomas J. Christensen, the author of his recently published “The China Challenge: Shaping the Choices of a Rising Power”, reminds us, “For millennia China was arguably the greatest civilization on the planet and for many previous centuries its most powerful empire.” 848 more words

Public Opinion