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EXPOSED: The Planned Subjugation of America’s Population
 By Judi McLeod

The actual blueprint of the method of the madness of the Obama regime has been laid bare in White House plans to develop “A Country Within A country” of 15 Million “New Americans”, a story brought to light by Mark Levin’s interview with Susan Payne.



Obama’s Empowerment of Islam
 By Douglas V. Gibbs

Numerous conversations I have with folks have shown me that there are a number of people out there that not only believe that President Obama is an anti-American President, but that he is a Muslim.  In the end, it is all speculation, for Barack Obama has never given anyone indisputable evidence regarding his faith, which is why Scott Walker accurately indicated he had no idea what Obama’s faith is.



Obama Negotiates Israel’s Destruction
 By Alan Caruba

The strangest thing about Obama’s efforts to achieve friendly relations with Iran, something he has tried to do since he first took office in 2009, is that Iran has made it abundantly clear since its Islamic revolution in 1979 that it hates America and, in tandem, Israel as well.



Obama’s Threat of War Against Israel
 By Douglas V. Gibbs

There is an old saying.  If Islam was to lay down its weapons in the Middle East, there would be no more war in the region.  If Israel was to lay down its weapons in the Middle East, there would be no more Israel in the region.  When a threat against Israel rises, time and time again the small Jewish nation launching a first strike has saved them from annihilation.



Talking Heads never get ‘Who Loves ‘Ya’
 By Judi McLeod

If only talking heads of the lucrative cable television industry would do their bloviating where they do most of their off key singing: in the shower.

Maybe then the rest of us wouldn’t be going about with that Tina Turner song running nonstop in our frustrated heads….‘What’s love got to do with it’.  “What’s love but a second hand emotion”...



Green Slander
 By Alan Caruba

It is a sure sign that the advocates of the “global warming” and “climate change” hoaxes know that the public no longer believes that the former is occurring or that the latter represents an immediate, global threat.



Obama’s Childish Snit Notwithstanding, US Senate Unanimously Welcomes Bibi!
 By John Lillpop

While Barack Obama nurses a childish hissy fit concerning Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who will address a joint session of Congress on Tuesday, cooler, wiser heads prevailed in the US Senate.



Obama’s True Enemy
 By Douglas V. Gibbs

Republicans, and conservatives that file into Tea Party meetings and rallies, Constitution Classes, and Libertarian gatherings, say time and time again that they are so tired of having to battle the failures of President Barack Obama.  His failed policies are nearly more than they can digest.




Recent CFP Columns
ISIS can rest easy - Pentagon plans to retake Mosul are on ‘indefinite hold’
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Last week, while discussing the Islamic State’s habit of burning historic libraries, blowing up ancient churches, and decimating educational facilities in Iraq, we touched on the fact that our plan to retake Mosul would happen “sometime.” Most sources were indicating that the plan was to launch a counteroffensive in the spring, most likely during April or May.



Oops: Google realizes the ObamaNet will be a disaster
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

If it seems insane that Google at one point lobbied hard for so-called “net neutrality,” you have to realize that the biggest and most influential players always figure they can benefit when a market becomes more political. That’s because they figure they’re in a better position to manipulate the market to their benefit.



7-day DHS funding deal sees GOP no closer to stopping executive amnesty
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

I actually thought it was a pretty good strategy when they decided on it in December. Fund all of the government through September, except for DHS, and then for Obama to back off on executive amnesty as a condition for getting it funding. I figured it would take away the argument that Republicans were trying/wanting/hoping to “shut down the government”



Premier’s Double Standards on OPP Bribery Investigations Questioned
 By News on the Net   --Canada

QUEEN’S PARK – The Premier’s comments on the OPP investigation involving her deputy chief of staff have crossed a line, said Interim Ontario PC Leader Jim Wilson today.



Update: AP’s Seth Borenstein at it again hyping Antarctic melt fears
 By Marc Morano   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

The Associated Press and Seth Borenstein are at it again. The article by Seth Borenstein and Luis Andres Henao titled ‘Glacial Melting In Antarctica Makes Continent The ‘Ground Zero Of Global Climate Change’‘ was published on February 27, 2014.



What’s Up with Prices at the Pump?
 By Marita Noon   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

After initially driving down the price of oil by increasing its production, which gave Americans a welcome drop in prices at the pump, could Saudi Arabia now be pushing them back up?



The Obama Inquisition
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics

If you want to infuriate a liberal, question his patriotism. He’ll sneer, mock and ridicule the question. And then when he is up against the wall, he will mumble that the real patriots don’t need to wear flag pins because they covertly perform their patriotism in the dead of night when no one is looking.



The poverty of your soul
 By Sarge   --American Politics

I started checking on what it means to band together and found it almost always started with one person who looked as though he or she had a particularly firm grasp on what was perceived as being “right”, “logical” and “proper” in their assessment of threats and the portents of the deity they followed. They always seemed to have a base knowledge derived from faith in a higher power. The first Congregationalists (a term to denote religion; not any particular group using Congregation in its title) were ministers of a faith and as such were chosen as leaders. They seemed ordained or fated to a life of leadership.



Israel against Hizbollah: Between Overt and Covert Warfare
 By INSS   --World News

January 2015 noted two events connected to the Mughniyeh family. One, for which Israel is believed responsible, was the assassination on the Golan Heights of Jihad Mughniyeh and senior Hizbollah and Iranian operatives, including an Iranian general from the Revolutionary Guards. The other was the publication of an article in the Washington Post asserting that the United States and Israel had cooperated in assassinating Imad Mughniyeh, the head of Hizbollah’s military wing and father of Jihad.



Husky puppy attempts to chatter to its owners… and sounds just like a baby
 By News on the Net   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food



For the First Time on Camera, Meet the Man Who Exposed the Gruber Videos
 By Heritage Foundation   --American Healthcare



Vatican Officials Threatening to sue Bloggers
 By News on the Net   --Christianity - Religion

Rorate Caeli: Your Eminence, thank you very much for agreeing to this interview. As the most-read international blog for traditional Catholics, we believe this will give much hope to our readership, and to traditional-minded Catholics everywhere. For our first question: The traditional world, recently, has been stunned by the news that two officials of the Vatican have threatened to sue traditional-minded Catholic bloggers and reporters. Do you agree with this approach, and do think we should expect to see more of this in the future?



On ’Way Fum Up In ’Roun Behine
 By Jimmy Reed   --American Life, History, Education

My boyhood best friend and mentor, the old black man everyone called Jaybird, who never wasted one day in a classroom, proved what Will Rogers once said: “Nobody is stupider than educated folks when you get them off the thing they’re educated in.”



Report: Obama threatened in 2014 to shoot down Israeli jets if they tried to attack Iran
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

As far as I know, Israel is America’s ally and Iran is America’s adversary. But there’s America and there’s Barack Obama. Apparently the two are not the same, at least in a geopolitical sense. The man who whispered to Dmitri Medvedev that he’d be flexible with the Russians as soon as he got himself re-elected is apparently quite willing to engage in combat against our ally Israel if that’s what it takes to protect the nuclear facilities of our adversary Iran.



Three no-so-famous black Americans you should know
 By Herman Cain   --American Politics

A lot of people received attention during February because it was Black History Month, and many of them were very deserving. But you know how these things go: If you’re an ABC (American Black Conservative) like I am, major media and activists tend to ignore you.



Train of Thought
 By Tabitha Korol   --World News

Of the many kinds of trains exhibited in Birmingham’s Wonderful World of Trains and Planes, in Birmingham, England, the only display in dispute was the model train set of Auschwitz,  noted the Daily Mail. The photos included in the column certainly verify that the set was painstakingly designed to provide authenticity, was sufficiently informative, and respectfully and tastefully executed.  Although I have visited Auschwitz, I have seen an authentic and replicas of boxcars in other museums, not to mention in newsreels, so I was dismayed to learn that only this one was considered objectionable.



Climatist Jihad?
 By Paul Driessen   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

ISIL and other Islamist jihad movements continue to round up and silence all who oppose them or refuse to convert to their extreme religious tenets. They are inspiring thousands to join them. Their intolerance, vicious tactics and growing power seem to have inspired others, as well.



AFA’s anti-Christian-bigotry map
 By Matt Barber   --American Politics

In 2007, and with that same nauseating arrogance that has come to define him, then presidential candidate Barack Obama duplicitously quipped, “I am absolutely convinced that culture wars are just so ‘90s. Their days are growing dark.”



I want my country back
 By John Porter   --American Politics

Since the beginning of recorded history, we have read about and learned of the struggle of man’s desire to be free, to live his life as he wishes (without harming others), to pursue his own happiness, free from government control of his life, free from others who think they know best about how he should live. I believe that struggle can properly be addressed as a war.



Yippee! It’s Anti-Israel Apartheid Week; no, it’s Israel Apartheid Week
 By Diane Weber Bederman   --American Politics

Yippee! It’s that time again. That exciting university-condoned Jew-bashing time of year.



Right-To-Work on the Rise (and Why)
 By Arthur Christopher Schaper   --American Politics

Workplace Fairness and Equity is advancing in the United States.

That’s Right-To-Work, more colloquially, but the fairness and equity touch comes from Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, who emphasized that the reforms would give individual employees the choice whether to join a union or not, and how the union dues are spent.



Murder Incorporated in the Kremlin
 By Toby Westerman   --World News

It looked like Murder Incorporated was back in business in Moscow as a car swept past a leading political opponent of Russian president Vladimir Putin and unleased seven to eight shots, four of which found their target in the back of leading Putin opponent Boris Nemtsov. One bullet reportedly hit Nemtsov’s heart. From all accounts, Nemtsov had to go, he knew too much and was organizing his fellow Russians to fight back against a ruthless political elite.



Our Crucial Choice of the War on Terror
 By Daniel Greenfield   --Crime-Terror-Security

There are two models for fighting terrorism. We can see the terrorists as an external invading force that has to be destroyed or as an internal element in our society to be managed.

In the War on Terror, Bush saw terrorists as an external force that had to be fought while Obama sees them as an internal element to be managed. And while both men signed off on some of the same tactics, their view of the conflict at the big picture level was fundamentally different.



Obama: If a congressional vote says executive amnesty is illegal, ‘I will veto that vote’
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

You really have to consider the audacity of this on multiple levels. For one thing, you don’t need a congressional vote to establish the illegality of something that is already illegal. Obama knows perfectly well that executive amnesty was his decision to work outside the law because Congress wasn’t on board with his agenda. It’s one thing to complain that they won’t do what you want. Every president has done that at some point. It’s another thing entirely to decide that, because they wouldn’t, you would.




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