CFP: Most Recent Columns

CFP: Most Recent Columns

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Researcher Behind Fabricated Gay Marriage Study LIED About Funding
 By News on the Net--The Daily Caller  

Michael LaCour, the University of California-Los Angeles graduate student responsible for a now-widely discredited study on attitudes towards gay marriage, apparently lied about the funding grants given for his fraudulent research.



Another domino falls in the anti-fossil fuel movement’s crusade
 By Marita Noon   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Throughout the United States, especially in communities with existing or potential oil-and-gas development, outside groups have moved in with a vengeance and agitated the population—resulting in bans against all exploration for hydrocarbons and/or the use of hydraulic fracturing. Expensive lawsuits have been filed and courts have repeatedly declared such bans as “unconstitutional.” The newest domino to fall is in Texas where Governor Greg Abbott, on May 18, signed House Bill 40 (HB40)—also known as the Denton Fracking Bill—which clarifies that an “oil and gas operation is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state.”



Picky Eaters: The Terror of Being Invited To Dinner
 By Dr. Gifford Jones   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

What’s the worst fear for some people? It’s not standing before a crowd and giving a major speech. Nor is it the apprehension of being crushed in a crowded elevator, or flying. It’s the terror of having no control of what’s in food. Now, British researchers report there is a way for parents to prevent children from becoming picky eaters.



Do The Crime, Lose Your Taxpayer-Funded Pension
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Aaron Wudrick   --Canada

(This commentary ran in the National Post on Monday, May 25, 2015)

These are tough times for Canada’s Senate. The so-called members of the Chamber of “sober second thought” may soon be driven to drink — hopefully not on the taxpayers’ dime. There is a seemingly eternal parade of bad news: from Mac Harb to Patrick Brazeau and Pamela Wallin, to the never-ending trial of Mike Duffy, to the looming report from the auditor-general expected in the coming weeks, which is expected to identify additional cases of improper and wasteful spending by senators.



Latest World News
 By News on the Net   --News Features

Buses carrying Zimbabwean traders hijacked
HARARE, Zimbabwe – A report from Zimbabwe says two more buses carrying Zimbabwean traders have been hijacked, pointing to a worrying trend







Is Pope Francis Neglecting The Flock by Dabbling in Politics?
 By John Lillpop   --World News

Pope Francis recently made headlines by asserting himself on the issue of climate change and by declaring that the Vatican recognizes Palestine as a separate state. Both issues are highly controversial, and each elicits strong emotional responses from both sides.



More VA Land Misappropriation and More Retaliation Against Veterans
 By Robert L. Rosebrock   --American Politics

LOS ANGELES – Recently, I was interviewed by John Ismay, an Iraqi War Veteran who is the “Veterans and Military Issues Reporter” for Southern California Public Radio.

We met at the Los Angeles VA to discuss the never-ending misappropriation of land at this largest VA in the nation, within our nation’s capital for homeless Veterans.



Democrats Tweet Us Another Reason to Loathe Them on Memorial Day
 By Warner Todd Huston   --American Politics

Democrats really know how to celebrate Memorial Day, don’t they? We get another prime example of the hate Democrats have for America with the Party’s Tweet featuring Barack Obama eating ice cream in front of a gaggle of adoring “reporters.”



Obama’s Memorial Day Ice Cream Gloat
 By Judi McLeod   --Cover Story

The picture Herman Cain writer Dan Calabrese calls “the worst Memorial Day photo ever” should be going viral now if Obama Google pals don’t bury it.

The photo shows for once and for all how President Barack Obama really feels about Memorial Day, the one day a year set aside to pay respect to the sacrifice of the highly venerated war dead.



Memorial Day and What We Should be Remembering
 By Michael Fumento   --Cover Story

It’s Memorial Day in America. Time to celebrate spring with barbecues and the first trip to the beach. Solemnity is essentially forbidden. Except among we “brave few,” as Shakespeare famously put it in Henry V, “We band of brothers.”

Ask a veteran what combat is like and you’ll get as many different answers as there are vets. Still, the clichés hold true: “All your senses are heightened;” “It’s a mixture of fear and excitement;” “It’s the most alive you’ll ever feel;” and yes, Winston Churchill’s famous declaration that “nothing in life is so exhilarating as to be shot at without result.” After being the proverbial ducks in a shooting gallery in one particularly vicious ambush in Iraq, the men I was with and I began laughing hysterically upon reaching safety.







Ladies and gentlemen, the worst Memorial Day photo ever
 By Dan Calabrese   --Cover Story

I don’t even know what to say about this. It’s almost as if whoever runs the Democrats’ Twitter account decided to take on a personal challenge of coming up with the most inappropriate photo imaginable for the day when the nation honors its war dead. It’s about fallen soldiers? Ha!



Ramadi and Obama’s Phony Air War Against ISIS
 By Michael Fumento   --Cover Story

“The Cemetery of the Americans.” That’s what graffiti said in the western Iraq city of Ramadi when I first embedded there in 2006. Indeed, my two journalist predecessors in Camp Corregidor were both shot be snipers. Within weeks the first SEAL to die in Iraq would be killed, another mortally wounded. My own Public Affairs officer was killed, and later the first SEAL to win the Medal of Honor in Iraq would die there. It was the hardest-fought battle of the war, but we won.



Baltimore Cops Indicted in Freddie Gray Case
 By Matthew Vadum   --Cover Story

FrontPageMag
Six Baltimore police officers were indicted Friday in the death of Freddie Gray after prosecutors forced a local grand jury to move at what is considered lightning speed in the criminal justice system.

Although there may indeed be police malfeasance in the death of Gray, news of the indictments that the grand jury considered at an unseemly pace is anticlimactic. It’s not like anyone expected grand jurors to toss the charges out in the anti-cop lynch mob environment that now grips Charm City. And there are serious doubts whether the police officers can receive a fair trial in Baltimore City because the petit jury pool there isn’t exactly filled with law-and-order enthusiasts.



Three nations altered temperature data, and you can probably guess why
 By Herman Cain   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Three nations altered temperature data, and you can probably guess whyLet’s review the logic we are asked to accept from the we-must-act-now-on-global-warming crowd. They tell us that the science is undeniable in showing global warming is both man-made and running wild, and that only liberal policy ideas like carbon taxes and controls on industry can solve the problem.



Wilt Thou Destroy The Righteous With The Wicked?
 By Jimmy Reed   --American Politics

When Abraham attempted to persuade God to rethink His intentions toward Sodom, the wise old patriarch elevated deal making to a high art.

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