China’s Auschwitz

China stands accused of incarcerating millions of ethnic Uighurs in “reeducation” (concentration) camps. According to those few who have escaped, inmates are subjected to gang rape, grotesque forms of torture, summary execution, and bizarre medical experiments. Meanwhile, globalist money interests in the West continue to wring their hands over trade deals. Others in the Progressive Read More …

Map-tastic: All trails, roads, streets, and highways in Canada

The concentration along the 401 in Ontario is particularly striking – this is the primary zone of population and commerce and Canada’s “arterial” connection to the U.S. economy. Pete Zeihan (I think correctly) characterizes Vancouver as a “City State”, and the Maritimes as “another planet”. Sorry Canada, I love ya but you can’t get rid Read More …

The Rule of Law Index: 2017-2018

The World Justice Project (WJP) has published the results of an ambitious and challenging project to rank the world’s nations according to their effectiveness in achieving the “Rule of Law”. For the study year, the United States ranks #19, down one rank from last year. It’s always important to understand the methods and criteria used Read More …

Canada’s Population Density & it’s Relationship to the U.S.

“This map then tells us a great deal about how Canada behaves in the world. Canada must have a close relationship with the United States because not only are the two neighbors, but the vast majority of Canada’s population lives very close to the U.S. border.” “Canada’s size cannot and should not be ignored, but Read More …

Thanksgiving: A Monument to a Nation

Here’s to a holiday that helped rescue the U.S. from its own self-destruction. By Jacob L. Shapiro at Geopolitical Futures. Today is the fourth Thursday in the month of November. For most of the world, that doesn’t mean much. For our American readers, however, that means it’s Thanksgiving Day. All countries have their national holidays. Read More …