Cover Stories, News
The Founders Continued the Long British History of Resisting Unjust Authority
By Kelly OConnell Full Story
Today’s essay, the last in the history of Resistance Theory, traces the Founder’s use of the right to revolution, famously preserved in the Declaration of Independence. Having examined the early history of the right to oppose unjust leadership, which prepared the way for the American Revolution, we must acknowledge what even the most cursory examination of this right exposes.
Today’s ‘Black Mass’: TFP Students 1, Satanists 0
By Judi McLeod Full Story
Google ‘Black Mass in Oklahoma City’ and the TFP Student Action Petition comes up first.
Trudeau’s answer to question about Canadian jihadi—‘next question’
By Arthur Weinreb Full Story
If the world wasn’t such a dangerous place right now, the entertainment value of having a Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would be well worth the economic cost of having a Liberal government in power. As recently revealed in Australia, the West is in danger from practitioners of the religion of peace who commit barbaric acts because, in Trudeau’s words, they feel “excluded.”
Liberal BBC Asks, "Is Sport Sexist?" While Promoting Inequality
By Selwyn Duke Full Story
It long ago became clear to me that, despite all the pretense, protesting and politicking, no one who has ever seriously thought about equality actually believes in it. When making this case, one could point to how Eric Holder’s DOJ is currently suing the Pennsylvania State Police for treating women equally (how dare they!), but there’s perhaps no better example than a recent BBC writer who asks, “Is sport sexist?”
Syria Hysteria Dooms Obama's Plan To Destroy ISIL
By David Singer Full Story
President Obama’s failed policies in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, Egypt and the West Bank do not bode well for the success of the President’s current plans to end the threat to world peace posed by the meteoric rise of both the Islamic State in Syria and the Levant (ISIL) and the Al-Nusrah Front (ANF).
Prepare for a Deluge of Climate Change Hype
By Alan Caruba Full Story
Despite the several thousands who will participate in a Climate March and the world leaders who will do so in a UN Climate Summit this week, is there anyone who seriously believes that humans have any impact or control over the climate? Or even the weather? The answer, unfortunately, is yes.
Funding a Fool's Errand in Syria
By Jeff Crouere Full Story
This week, both the House and Senate overwhelmingly passed legislation to train, arm and fund the elusive “moderate” Muslim rebels fighting to overthrow the Assad regime in Syria.
Leftist Mayoral Candidate Olivia Chow Endorses Radical Muslim Terrorist Sympathizer for School Board
By Mitch Wolfe Full Story
This very strange Toronto city election took another bizarre twist when Olivia Chow, former New Democratic Party Member of Parliament—and now running to replace the current mayor Rob Ford—came out publicly in favour of Ausma Malik, a very well-known local Toronto Radical Muslim terrorist sympathizer.
Beheading; Coming To Your Town Soon?
By Leigh Bravo Full Story
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, has posted beheadings of two Americans and one British aid worker on Social Media. In the news this week, ISIS called on followers in Australia to behead innocent citizens within their cities and has called on followers in the United States to kidnap and behead military personnel, all to prove their power and reach into our lives.
How can Scotland be independent when Britain lost its independence to the EU?
By Judi McLeod Full Story
Scotland’s so-called fight for independence was another one of those epic battles lost before it ever began.
The passions played out in pictures; the threats of corporations and banks withdrawing from Scotland the Brave; the repeated reminders that Scotland breaking away from Britain would lead the way for other countries to strike out on their own was all for naught.
Scotland rejects independence, will remain part of UK
By Dan Calabrese Full Story
This seemed to be a movement about not much, and in the end, a majority of Scottish voters decided that’s how they saw it too. Scotland is a much more left-wing place than England (not that either one of them is exactly Texas), and since the Tories re-took control of the government in the UK, younger left-wing Scots have been agitating to take their bagpipes and kilts and march away to form their own nation.
Is Obama winning his game?
By Dr. Laurie Roth Full Story
One of Obama’s favorite games is ‘shift the word and meaning’ game. It reflects his deepest beliefs that lies, chaos and distraction are transformation strategies that an emerging ‘star dictator’ needs. The game goes like this: Always lie to the masses, insert cheat cards throughout the deck without the players knowing and redefine what is really going on right in front of your ‘stupid’ opponent’s eyes.
Obama Importing Disease & Covering It Up?
By John Lillpop Full Story
Barack Obama’s passion for bringing illegal aliens into America in order to grow the base of the Democrat Party has been well chronicled and is legend in the annals of Impeachable Offenses committed by a president.
Obama DOJ Refuses to Release Fast and Furious Docs
By Arnold Ahlert Full Story
The “most transparent administration in history” is once again revealing the rank hypocrisy of President Obama’s assessment. In a motion filed Monday night, lawyers from the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) asked U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson to delay the transfer of documents related to the Fast and Furious gun-running scandal to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, until after her rulings requiring that transfer can be appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. If their bid is successful, it could push the appeals process past the Obama administration’s time in office. In short, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is trying to run out the clock.
Uncertain trumpet: An anti-war president goes to war
By Tom DeLay Full Story
As the Congress and the country debate the momentous question of how to meet the threat posed by the Islamic State and other enemies in the war on terrorism, one thing has become increasingly clear: It’s impossible to conduct and win a war when you’re led by an anti-war president.
Lax naturalization process contributes to homebred terrorism
By A. Dru Kristenev Full Story
Reports of the arrest of another home-based terror suspect was received with diminishing surprise among American newswatchers as the FBI handcuffed another naturalized citizen, Mufid Elfgeeh for plotting against his adopted country. A native of Yemen, where the USS Cole was attacked and President Obama claimed a successful example of American terror policy in his national address September 12, Elfgeeh is another posterboy for lax enforcement of immigration rules by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Liberal MP sees ‘beauty and light’ in ISIS head choppers
By Arthur Weinreb Full Story
Parliament resumed sitting on Sept. 15 after the summer recess. During the Members’ Statement portion of Monday’s session, CPC member, Tom Lukiwski, (Regina-Lumsden-Lake Centre) made a brief statement about the reasons his party was excited to be back in the House of Commons.
Go Away, Hillary
By Alan Caruba Full Story
Other than earning her law degree, name one thing that Hillary Clinton has accomplished on her own. Her accomplishments—slim as they are—have been achieved on the coattails of either Bill Clinton or Barack Obama.
Syria, ISIS and the United Nations
By Joseph A. Klein Full Story
The United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF), established in 1974 to “[m]aintain the ceasefire between Israel and Syria” and … “[s]upervise the areas of separation and limitation” in the vicinity of the Golan Heights, has recently withdrawn its peacekeepers from its positions on the Syrian side of the border. They have been moved to Israeli territory.