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Hundreds of police officers show Mayor de Blasio their backs:
Thousands mourn NYPD’s Officer Rafael Ramos in New York City

 By Judi McLeod Full Story

‘Progressive’ activist mayors in league with community organizer presidents and civil rights activists have power to spare,  but not an iota of class.



Communism Left So Many Scarred Lives Behind
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

On Christmas 1989, twenty-five years ago, the brutal communist dictatorship of Romania ended with the execution of the tyrant Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena in front of a firing squad at Tirgoviste, following a brief trial. His reign of terror lasted 24 years (1965-1989).





The Greeks design forerunner of the modern computer
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

The advanced computer age has conditioned us to take for granted all the electronic devices surrounding us that bring us instantaneous access to our friends and family, and eliminates the need for the NSA to do any field work to find out everything they ever want to know about us.


Dalhousie Women and Restorative Justice
 By Diane Weber Bederman Full Story

Girls are nasty. It starts around the age of eight. They form little cliques and always pick on one or two. They often bully. As they get older, their cliques expand. They form cabals. They are more than capable of making the lives of others girls miserable. Lonely. I know. I was once a girl. I am the mother of girls and granddaughters. Nothing has changed.


Media Celebrate Obama’s “Audacity”
 By Roger Aronoff Full Story

For the left-wing media, the period between the devastating electoral defeat the Democrats suffered in November and the end of the lame duck session in Congress this month provided an opportunity for Obama to act “audaciously” and fulfill promises he made to his base as a candidate.





Islam Must Degrade And Destroy Islamic State
 By David Singer Full Story

The impassioned plea by the father of a Jordanian F16 fighter pilot captured by Islamic State has shot down attempts by American President Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to distance Islam from the Islamic State (ISIL).


Racial Conflicts Have Sad Consequences for U.S.--Distrust, Distaste Disdain and Death!
 By Dr. Don Boys Full Story

Freezing U.S. cities are simmering with protests over the alleged racist attacks upon black men by white cops and I’m afraid that some irresponsible policeman, protester or provocateur could ignite a dangerous, disastrous, even deadly confrontation between the races.


Finding the Face of God on Christmas Day
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

If only Canada Free Press (CFP) could,  it would give this troubled world the most precious Christmas gift of all:the Face of God.


The Christmas Candle
 By William Kevin Stoos Full Story
The Christmas Candle

Candle wicks, like memories, flicker faintly at times, and burn brightly at others.

Dickens could have been writing about my father, William Christian Stoos, when he said of Scrooge that he knew how to keep Christmas well. Dad was the Spirit of Christmas in our household. Each year he anticipated the holiday with a childlike glee. Although a stoic man, and deeply spiritual, he became a child at Christmas time—his favorite time of the year.


Trouble in Berkeley, Missouri
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story
Trouble in Berkeley, Missouri

Another seemingly justified police shooting near Ferguson, MO briefly followed a sadly predictable script. In nearby Berkeley, a white police officer, aged 34, fired three shots, killing black American Antonio Martin, aged 18. The officer was responding to a report of stealing at a Mobil on the Run gas station. Martin allegedly pulled a 9mm handgun on the six-year veteran, who stumbled backwards as he fired, striking Martin once. “He will carry the weight of this for the rest of his life, certainly for the rest of his career,” said St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar, referring to the unidentified officer. “There are no winners here.”


China Prepares for War
 By Douglas V. Gibbs Full Story

The Book of Revelation Chapter Nine, in the Holy Bible, says the Kings of the East will march an army of 2 million to Armageddon.  Most Christian scholars that examine prophecy have identified China as the Kings of the East.  I have always believed the “Kings” may include Islamic armies from the east, as well.  Irregardless, there is only one nation that can boast an army of two million: China.


The Christmas Child in All of Us
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Even after the passing of more than two thousand years, the Star of Bethlehem shines as brightly as ever for millions of believers, world wide.



Latest Breaking News

Latest American News
ACLU Sues Ferguson Schools For Being “Too White” | Hundreds Turn Their Back on de Blasio at NYPD Officer's Funeral | Mourners Gather For Wake Of Fallen NYPD Officer Rafael Ramos |

Latest News On ISIS and Radical Islam
Writer sentenced to death in Mauritania said to have 'insulted Islam' | Girl Refuses To Explode Bomb Belt In Market | France gripped by fear at Christmas after third street attack in three days |

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Retreating of the Queen's Guard | John Paul II gunman lays flowers at Vatican tomb | Warning that cyber-criminals could access new dashboard technology and use it to seize vehicles | North Korean Internet, 3G mobile network 'paralyzed:' Xinhua |


American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

Boehner and GOP Allowed Obama to Add thousands of New Amnesty Workers With That 2015 Budget
 By Warner Todd Huston   --American Politics
Billions in wasted tax dollars, helped Obama inflate an already glutted government, Did nothing to stop the destruction of our immigration laws


American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

Stopping North Korea’s Next Act of War
 By Claudia Rosett   --World News
Whatever the tactics, or the mix of tactics, the strategic aim should not be to respond in proportion to an act that the vacationing commander-in-chief has downplayed as vandalism
A shade Dissention in pursuing nuclear talks
 By Guest Column--- Heshmat Alavi   --World News
Harshest threat for this regime comes from inside. Floggings, tortures, hangings, acid throwing, attacking women with knives have not relieved the Mullahs from their fate
Twelve Days of Waste-mas
 By Heritage Foundation--Romina Boccia   --American Politics
The best gift Congress could give Americans this Christmas season is to address wasteful spending with the right reforms in Congress’ 2015 budget
Brave dog grabs a rope and attempts to scramble to safety after falling down a well
 By News on the Net   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food
The intelligent pooch repeatedly managed to grab hold of a rope and scramble up the brickwork, only to slip and fall as it neared the top.


American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

#BlackLivesMatter Trashes Oakland
 By News on the Net   --Crime-Terror-Security
‘Best Xmas party of the year'
The Great Christmas Boots Adventure/Conservative New Year’s Eve Party
 By Lloyd Marcus   --American Politics
For some unexplained reason, the classic Christmas songs performed by the likes of Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Andy Williams and others mean much more to me than they did in the past.
Video: Stolen valor caught on camera
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
Vet confronts Army impostor
Video: NYPD on high alert
 By News on the Net   --Crime-Terror-Security
Jonathon Hunt reports from New York
Every Christmas Now Comes With Muslim Terrorism
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics
Every Christmas Now Comes With Muslim Terrorism
We have imported people from a culture and religion that has never accepted the most basic premise of our way of life. Coexistence

Hizbollah Closes a Breach of its Outer Shield: The Threat to Israel
 By INSS--Yoram Schweitzer, Benedetta Berti   --World News
The continued threat of international terror by the Shiite Lebanese organization reinforces Israel’s need to convey a firm warning to Hizbollah to refrain from further attempted attacks
The Pastor Who Brought Down a Dictator
 By Heritage Foundation--Lee Edwards   --World News
Let us give thanks in this holiday season for Havel and Walesa and Tokes, for all the men and women on both sides of the Iron Curtain who resisted and kept on resisting the evil empire over a span of 40 years
The Economic Crisis in Russia and Its Political Contexts
 By INSS--Zvi Magen, Sarah Fainberg   --World News
Not only will the economic crisis and its international impact worsen, but the difficulty in promoting coordinated moves among the great powers and collaboratively address crises in areas of dispute – including in the Middle East – will be further ag
Backlash Against de Blasio
 By Matthew Vadum   --American Politics
Backlash Against de Blasio

Cop-basher surprised by police anger. But don't hold your breath waiting for de Blasio to resign. Radical leftists rarely give up power without a fight.

UN Security Council Debates North Korean Human Rights Abuses
 By Joseph A. Klein   --World News
The North Korean people will continue to pay the price, suffering heinous abuses at the hands of a paranoid totalitarian regime
Left-Wing U.Va Student Not Sorry for Unjustified Vandalism
 By Warner Todd Huston   --American Politics
Being a liberal is all about cultivating hate, justifying the hate you feel, then punishing everyone else for not agreeing with you. Hardcore liberals are not just wrong. Their liberalism truly makes them bad people.
Security-As-Activism
 By Nadra Enzi   --American Politics
Black defenders of Ferguson store
Christmas in DC 2014 — All Lives Matter
 By Bob Parks   --American Life, History, Education
While most of us are celebrating Christmas with friends and family, think of those who have no one to invite them home for the holiday.
Arpaio and Klayman appeal judge’s dismissal of Obama executive action ‘amnesty’ suit
 By News on the Net   --American Freedom
Confident of Ultimate Success
Slain NYPD Officer’s Alma Mater to Grant Posthumous Degree to the Aspiring Chaplain
 By Christian Newswire--Rev. Rob Schenck   --Christianity - Religion
"The chaplaincy would have been enormously complimented by an officer like Rafael Ramos,
Video: Shooting Death of Black Man by White Officer Spurs Protests in St. Louis Suburb
 By News on the Net   --Crime-Terror-Security
Authorities Release Video of Incident Near Ferguson, Mo.
Big losers are Cubans yearning to breathe free; U.S. credibility
 By James Jay Carafano   --American Politics
When Obama embraces the Cuban regime with a sham freedom agenda, he turns American exceptionalism into American hypocrisy. Freedom-loving Cubans deserve far better than that.
This Town Is Fighting to Keep Its Nativity Scene Up
 By Heritage Foundation--Ed Fuelner   --American Politics
What matters is that the rest of us celebrate our faith — without fear
Ruining Christmas 2014
 By Alan Caruba   --American Politics
America has celebrated Christmas in the midst of two world wars in the last century and a score of lesser wars. We are a resilient people. We are reviving an economy that suffered a great financial crisis in 2008
The Russian and Iranian Missile Threats: Implications for NATO Missile Defense
 By INSS--Azriel Bermant   --World News
It is likely that Russia, under the leadership of Vladimir Putin, will view the ongoing differences of opinion over BMD as means to rally support against the West, as tensions over Ukraine escalate
EXCLUSIVE: 911 operators made ‘anti-police’ remarks
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
Causing quarrel with FDNY dispatchers as 2 NYPD cops were dying, sources say
Sony to make ‘The Interview’ available for rental via YouTube starting today
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
Sony to make 'The Interview' available for rental via YouTube starting today
Merry Christmas, Bowl Cut Jr.!

Now here’s an option: Eliminate North Korea entirely
 By Dan Calabrese   --World News
Now here's an option: Eliminate North Korea entirely
Elimination of North Korea from the face of the earth absolutely needs to be one of America's top international priorities. Whoever figures out how to do it successfully will be a real hero

The Declaration of Independence is for All of Us
 By Arthur Christopher Schaper   --American Politics
The right of all men, of mankind, are endowed to us by our Creator, and no government can take them away
Power of Prayer? ‘Miracle’ Priest Rises from Wheelchair and Walks
 By News on the Net   --Christianity - Religion
A Catholic priest who was paralyzed from the chest down in a fall four years ago says he has proof that prayer can heal.
Problems With BC’s Peak Snow Reporting
 By Sierra Rayne   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
It appears errors were compounded on errors to achieve climate alarmism.
Are We Too Clean?
 By Jack Dini   --Science-Technology
Germs:The research is showing that the 'germs' we do our best to exterminate with antibacterial sprays are not our enemies after all
New York’s Finest Slain - Racial Provocateurs – Bad Math and Prophecy
 By Rev. Michael Bresciani   --American Politics
The events in New York , Ferguson Missouri and other places in our nation may look like they are caused by race relations, but if honesty is to prevail they are all due to our poor and dying relationship to God.
Extremist Lib Says Cops are Dangerous Because We Revere Soldiers
 By Warner Todd Huston   --American Politics
More mindless, left-wing boiler plate that isn’t buttressed by facts. It’s all about this poor little fella’s “feelings” than it is about truth
Responding to Liberals: Implied Powers
 By Douglas V. Gibbs   --American Freedom
Illegal Immigration: A State can protect its interior, and therefore immigration laws at the State level, and local enforcement of those laws, are perfectly constitutional.




Health and Medical Pages
HyperQ diagnoses heart disease in the ER
The HyperQ Rest goes on the US market as an advanced and low-cost tool for more accurate ECG results in patients with chest pain.




Travel Pages
December in the Land of the Long White Cloud
New Zealand is a great place to shake off the winter blues and get your feet wet.



Pictures & Artwork
Sony Releasing ‘The Interview’
 Dag Barkley





Pictures & Artwork
Obama and de Blasio on the mind this Christmas
 Dag Barkley

Obama and de Blasio on the mind this Christmas



Al Sharpton on stirring up protestors
 Dag Barkley

Al Sharpton on stirring up protestors




Car Pages
Jaguar heads 2014’s class of TechnoFile’s most interesting vehicles
Jaguar really needed a car like this


What's New On CFP:

  1. Latest American News -- News on the Net
  2. Latest News On ISIS and Radical Islam -- News on the Net
  3. Latest World News -- News on the Net
  4. Latest News from Ferguson, Missouri -- News on the Net
  5. Thousands mourn NYPD’s Officer Rafael Ramos in New York City -- Judi McLeod
  6. Communism Left So Many Scarred Lives Behind -- Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh
  7. Cuba Libre! -- William Bedford
  8. Boehner and GOP Allowed Obama to Add thousands of New Amnesty Workers With That 2015 Budget -- Warner Todd Huston
  9. Stopping North Korea’s Next Act of War -- Claudia Rosett
  10. A shade Dissention in pursuing nuclear talks -- Guest Column
  11. The Greeks design forerunner of the modern computer -- Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh
  12. Dalhousie Women and Restorative Justice -- Diane Weber Bederman
  13. Media Celebrate Obama’s “Audacity” -- Roger Aronoff
  14. Islam Must Degrade And Destroy Islamic State -- David Singer
  15. Racial Conflicts Have Sad Consequences for U.S.—Distrust, Distaste Disdain and Death! -- Dr. Don Boys
  16. Twelve Days of Waste-mas -- Heritage Foundation
  17. Brave dog grabs a rope and attempts to scramble to safety after falling down a well -- News on the Net
  18. #BlackLivesMatter Trashes Oakland -- News on the Net
  19. The Great Christmas Boots Adventure/Conservative New Year’s Eve Party -- Lloyd Marcus
  20. Video: Stolen valor caught on camera -- News on the Net