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Every girl’s life matters to Michelle Obama and Valerie Jarrett only so long as those lives can be exploited for publicity
The Michelle Obama Valerie Jarrett Publicity Hound Tag Team

 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Are first lady Michelle Obama and her mentor Valerie Jarrett, who is her husband’s senior advisor, complicit in a publicity stunt making it appear that they champion women’s rights?



An Auschwitz Anniversary
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

There was some serious irony when U.S. Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew gathered together with French President Francois Hollande and a Russian delegation led by Sergei Ivanov, Putin’s chief of staff, along with leaders from Germany and Austria to participate in the January 27 ceremony commemorating the liberation of Auschwitz in 1945 by Russian troops.





Film narrator: Obama's missed calling
 By A. Dru Kristenev Full Story

What does it take to be a great narrator for documentaries? The ability to read a teleprompter with conviction. While the majority of Americans may not believe that President Obama has the last quality in hand, most will agree that the first is his best attribute. He is a teleprompter reader par excellence. Though it may be a useful skill, it doesn’t take the place of being a leader, even a poor one.


Obama's Proposed Capital Gains Rate Hikes Will Hurt the Economy
 By Alan Joel Full Story

President Obama just told the country during his State of the Union address that he is going to increase the capital gains rate again in order to raise revenue for new spending programs. Given that Obama already knows that raising the capital gains rate actually REDUCES revenue, we are left with a President who believes that we can pay for increased spending by reducing revenue.


Evilution of Veterans’ Rights
 By Joanna Rosamond Full Story

It’s not a mystery that the general atmosphere of shameful treatment of our Veterans prevails. We are living in an epoch where national evolution become evilution, military service is rewarded with homelessness, combat injuries with an eternity in VA’s bureaucratic hell.





White House: Come to think of it, never mind that whole taxing 529 college savings thing
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

If the challenge is to come up with good policy ideas, the crew at the Obama White House are not your people. Of course, you already know that. But if the challenge is to find the most creatively hilarious rationalizations for backing down from horrible ideas, then you have to hand it to them.


With all attention on ‘Juno’, they flocked to Saudi Arabia
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

As 28 million Americans were supposedly taking cover from history’s worst predicted blizzard, what was a buoyant Barack Obama really doing?


Principles of Constitutionalism: Virtue as the Basis of Good Government
 By Tim Dunkin Full Story

We live in a time when the idea of “virtue” is foreign to American politics. Legislation is the result of bribery and influence-peddling instead of sound policy. The good of the country takes a backseat to vote buying among special interest groups and favored constituencies. The private lives of the majority of our politicians would make prostitutes from a century ago blush with shame.


The Blizzard That Wasn't
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

Dateline: January 27, 2015 - 3 to 4 AM, New York City and Tri-State area.

There was no climate change where I live in a suburb of Newark, N.J. if by “climate change” you meant a dramatic blizzard with high winds and several feet of snow. It’s winter and you get the occasional, rare blizzard every few years, but more often you get snowstorms. That’s not “change” by any definition.


The Temperature at Which Global Warming Freezes
 By Daniel Greenfield Full Story

Snow in Central Park

The sky over New York City was a falling sheet of white. Trails of footprints, work boots, paw prints, sneakers and bird claws, told their own story of how the residents of city were getting through the blizzard to their daily errands. Shoppers lugged home milk as if cows were going extinct. Miniature snowmen decorated mailboxes and garbage trucks towing orange plows clattered down empty streets.


Latest Obama executive order: 12 million acres of ANWR now off limits
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

About a third of all the jobs in Alaska are connected to oil exploration and development. And the ability to keep the oil industry vibrant in Alaska is very much dependent on the Trans-Alaska pipeline. So you’d think an administration that claims to be about keeping good jobs viable would have an interest in seeing to it that oil continues to flow freely through the pipeline - not only for the sake of Alaska’s economic viability but also for the sake of the nation’s energy security and independence.


A vital means of reversing foreign oil dependency
 By Thomas S. Mullikin Full Story

Energy – especially availability and most especially foreign oil dependency – is a huge national concern. In the aggregate, energy is perhaps the greatest of all concerns related to American national security. If we look at foreign oil dependency alone, we see that the U.S. spends hundreds of billions of dollars each year on energy imports, with much of this energy imported from Middle Eastern nations.


Enormous Hope, Unchanging Vice
 By Rob Cunningham Full Story

If one man stands clearly apart from the entire western world, alone in his unwillingness to utter the simple phrase “radical Islamic extremism”, why on earth should Americans expect this same man to utter the simple phrase “personal responsibility” when facing racial issues; those not exclusively in our black communities, but within all American communities?


Obama Disses Alaska
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

Fifty million Americans who live in the northeast will experience what is predicted to be a historic blizzard from Monday evening through Tuesday. Cities and towns will virtually or literally close down. People will be told to stay indoors for their safety and to facilitate the crews that will labor to clear the roads of snow.



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Indiana’s Mike Pence Latest Republican Governor to Expand Medicaid
 By Heritage Foundation--Melissa Quinn   --American Healthcare
“It is a proven model for Medicaid reform across the nation,”


American & Canadian Politics

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Here we go: Scott Walker’s committee releases first campaign ad - takes a shot at retread candidates
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics
Here we go: Scott Walker's committee releases first campaign ad - takes a shot at retread candidates
You're going to love this...

Detecting chemical weapons with a color-changing film
 By American Chemical Society--Timothy M. Swager, Ph.D.   --Science-Technology
Scientists are developing thin films that change color from white to blue in response to chemical weapons.
U.S. Settles Suit Over Misuse of West L.A. Veterans Campus
 By Robert L. Rosebrock   --American Life, History, Education
Join us for our 358th consecutive Sunday Rally to "Save Our Veterans Land" and to "Bring Our Homeless Veterans HOME."
The Doomsday Clock
 By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Don’t you think the current “order of the day” of blaming nearly everything under the sun on climate change or carbon dioxide is a bit over the top?


American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

More wind power will increase hydro rates
 By Guest Column--Mark Davis   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
“We are calling on the Government of Ontario and the IESO to make a sober re-evaluation of the damage current energy policy is doing to our economy
Islam and Terrorism: A Futile Debate
 By INSS--Mark A. Heller   --World News
The existence of so many contradictory sources means that “correct” definitions of authentic Islam are the subject of controversy and disputation
Your 529 Plan Is Safe. Here’s Why the White House Changed Course
 By Heritage Foundation--Kate Scanlon   --American Politics
“Taxing college savings accounts would have created disincentives for those who save for college in favor of the federal government directing college spending, lending and handouts
Eyeglasses that turn into sunglasses — at your command
 By American Chemical Society--John R. Reynolds, Ph.D.   --Science-Technology
A new kind of glasses go from clear to shaded on command.
Refineries challenge EPA plan to cut emissions
 By American Chemical Society   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Refineries and petrochemical manufacturers could face new emissions limits.
Wynne Is Promising More Debt, Not Less
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation---- Aaron Wudrick, Federal Director   --Canada
If Canadians tried this trick with their mortgages, they would default and lose their houses. Governments, on the other hand, simply raise taxes in an attempt to raise more money
Lies And Deception In Ukraine’s Energy Sector
 By Oilprice.com---- Robert Bensh   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Rising Taxation, Corruption in the Energy Sector
Obama’s Economic Shell Game
 By Guest Column---- Bethany Stotts   --American Politics

Simply put, a lot of Americans can’t—and won’t swallow such economic spin of mammoth proportions, either from the media or from our President

The Northeast Nanny-staters Who are and the Blizzard that Never Was
 By Selwyn Duke   --American Politics
Whatever the case, Toto, we’re not in Kansas anymore. And Middle America will continue shrinking until we as a people find a heart, a brain and some courage
Michelle O’s Righteous Stand Against Saudi Misogyny!
 By John Lillpop   --American Politics
Hats off to Mrs. O. for refusing to bow to Islamic bigotry as concerns women and their bare faces.
Chris Christie’s Appeal to Centrists is Failing to Catch Fire
 By Warner Todd Huston   --American Politics


Christie’s “middle” way politics just won’t get him into the White House. It certainly won’t get him past a GOP primary.

Obama’s Offshore Plan is All Smoke and Mirrors
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Alaska, ANWR, Beaufort, Chukchi, Offshore Leases, Offshore Plan, Oil And Gas Production, Outer Continental Shelf, President Obama
Coca-Cola in Canada to taste less sweet, have fewer calories
 By News on the Net   --Financial, Business, Economy
Coca-Cola Canada said it is also launching a smaller 310 ml can, making its mini-cans and bottles more available,
Another Reason Why Congress is Unpopular
 By Arthur Christopher Schaper   --American Politics
Country needs lawmakers who will stop the spending spree, upset the expansion of government programs, and slow President Obama's unconstitutional executive fiat.
Muslim fanatics and the canary
 By Toby Westerman   --Crime-Terror-Security
United States faces a real threat from Muslim killers. The reality, however, is that we also face larger, far more powerful forces which seek to turn America into a virtual province of Russia and/or China
New Orleans Liberal Mayor has car stolen!
 By Nadra Enzi   --Crime-Terror-Security
New Orleans liberals have encouraged criminals to think crime is a perverse civil right.
Cowardly New World
 By Michael Oberndorf, RPA   --American Politics
Despite the daily lies from the administration and the media, the economy is barely surviving. Inflation is rampant. The job picture is disastrous. The dollar is under serious attack from powerful forces
Scott Walker forms committee for presidential bid
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
Scott Walker forms committee for presidential bid
It's on.

Top Senate Democrat On Obama’s ISIS Strategy: It Has Failed, We Need Special Forces on the Gro
 By News on the Net   --Video
Senator Dianne Feinstein admitted on Face the Nation this week that Obama’s ISIS strategy is failing and we need special forces in these two countries.
Saudi TV Blurs Michelle Obama’s Face at Meeting With King
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
The Saudi state television station apparently blurred out the image of U.S. first lady Michelle Obama
Obama Plays Race Card in Final Speech of India Visit
 By News on the Net   --Video
“I’ve Been Treated Differently” (Video)
CNN Host Kisses De Blasio Before Interview
 By News on the Net   --Media - Media Bias
De Blasio admitted the storm wasn't nearly as had been predicted
Sharyl Attkisson to Testify on ‘Free Press Issues’ at Attorney General Nomination Hearin
 By Heritage Foundation--Kelsey Harkness   --American Politics
The Senate Judiciary Committee is concerned about a number of free press issues, as are many journalists.
Networks Ignore Hundreds of Thousands Marching for Life
 By Liberty Counsel   --Media - Media Bias
"The intentional refusal to report on hundreds of thousands of people - dominated by youth - standing for life in our nation's Capital is irresponsible
Thanks, but no thanks. Cuba leaves normalization talks vowing never to change.
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics
Thanks, but no thanks. Cuba leaves normalization talks vowing never to change
Why would they?

Army to charge Bowe Bergdahl with desertion
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
Army to charge Bowe Bergdahl with desertion
Surprise.

Oil Prices Changing The Face Of Global Geopolitics
 By Oilprice.com   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Wracked by decades of economic mismanagement by Hugo Chávez, the South American oil producer was already struggling to pay its debts when new president Nicolás Maduro came to power.
The Significance of President El-Sisi’s Greetings
 By Raymond Ibrahim   --World News


Abdel Fatah al-Sisi became the first Egyptian president ever to visit the St. Mark Cathedral during Coptic Christmas Eve Mass

Muslim Brotherhood Opens Fire on Christian Church
 By Raymond Ibrahim   --Christianity - Religion

Church of the Angel Raphael: Security forces dispersed the attack

CBO: ObamaCare to cost $50,000 in taxpayer money - per person insured
 By Robert Laurie   --American Healthcare

Designed to fail.





Pictures & Artwork
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl
 Dag Barkley






Health and Medical Pages
Beer compound could help fend off Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases
A compound in hops, which is an ingredient in beer, could help protect brain cells from damage.



Travel Pages
Casa de Campo Invites Vacationers to Book Early and Save with Limited-Time “Always Summer in C
Dominican Republic travel
A posh escape situated on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic, Casa de Campo attracts financial moguls, politicos and Hollywood’s elite with choice accommodations in hotel rooms, suites or villa homes



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Bill Clinton visiting Jeff Epstein’s orgy island?
 Dag Barkley



Obama chewing gum in India
 Dag Barkley




Car Pages
Porsche Macan and Boxster GTS – two new ways to love the marque
I loved this car, even though I drove it in the dead of winter and couldn't really exploit its virtues.


What's New On CFP:

  1. Latest American News -- News on the Net
  2. Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl -- Dag Barkley
  3. Indiana’s Mike Pence Latest Republican Governor to Expand Medicaid -- Heritage Foundation
  4. Latest World News -- News on the Net
  5. Here we go: Scott Walker’s committee releases first campaign ad - takes a shot at retread candidates -- Robert Laurie
  6. Beer compound could help fend off Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases -- American Chemical Society
  7. Casa de Campo Invites Vacationers to Book Early and Save with Limited-Time “Always Summer in C -- News on the Net
  8. Detecting chemical weapons with a color-changing film -- American Chemical Society
  9. U.S. Settles Suit Over Misuse of West L.A. Veterans Campus -- Robert L. Rosebrock
  10. The Doomsday Clock -- Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser
  11. World’s smallest, cheapest patch pump for diabetics -- Guest Column
  12. More wind power will increase hydro rates -- Guest Column
  13. Islam and Terrorism: A Futile Debate -- INSS
  14. Terrorists -- William Bedford
  15. Your 529 Plan Is Safe. Here’s Why the White House Changed Course -- Heritage Foundation
  16. Eyeglasses that turn into sunglasses — at your command -- American Chemical Society
  17. The Michelle Obama Valerie Jarrett Publicity Hound Tag Team -- Judi McLeod
  18. An Auschwitz Anniversary -- Alan Caruba
  19. Refineries challenge EPA plan to cut emissions -- American Chemical Society
  20. Wynne Is Promising More Debt, Not Less -- Canadian Taxpayers Federation





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