Rael Jean Isaac
Rael Jean Isaac
Rael Jean Isaac has written extensively on public policy issues in journals including Commentary, National Review, the Wall Street Journal, The Reader’s Digest, The Atlantic, and others. She has written many articles for the print edition of The American Spectator, including “Games AntiNukes Play,” “The Scandal of Legal Services,” “The Nuclear Test Ban Hoax,” and “The Cult of Seymour Hersh.” She has also written four books, the most recent being “Climate Change: Roosters of the Apocalypse.”
by | Jan 8, 2020

There has been widespread reporting of the civil lawsuit for $100 million being brought by attorney Larry Klayman on behalf of George Zimmerman, the man who shot and killed Trayvon Martin almost eight years ago. At the core of the…

by | Nov 21, 2019

Global warming has been characterized by its critics (and occasionally by followers like Hawaii Sen. Mazie Hirono) as a religious movement. While this is correct, it is a religious movement of a special kind, that is, an apocalyptic movement. And…

by | Sep 25, 2019

The corporate world, perceived by social activists as the belly of the capitalist beast, might have been expected to be the most difficult for left-wing activists to tame. On the contrary, it has been a soft target. On August 20, the Wall…

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