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The Founders Continued the Long British History of Resisting Unjust Authority
 By Kelly OConnell

The Founders Continued the Long British History of Resisting Unjust Authority

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

Black Mass, Oklahoma

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

Trudeau’s answer to question about Canadian jihadi—‘next question’

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
BBC Male Dominated Sport's Page

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

Syria Hysteria Dooms Obama's Plan To Destroy ISIL

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

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

Funding a Fool's Errand in Syria, moderate Muslim, fighting the Islamic State

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

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.

Recent CFP Columns
Latest News From China
 By News on the Net   --World News

China and the United Nations | China Uncensored

Hulk Actor: Questioning Gore & DiCaprio’s carbon footprint ‘defies the spirit’ of
 By Marc Morano   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

New York City – Actor Mark Ruffalo declared certain questions off limits to the media today at the People’s Climate March in New York City.

What a mess Obama has got the US into
 By Ted Belman   --American Politics

When Obama took office he set about undermining Gaddafi, Mubarak and Assad. He worked in concert with Qatar, Turkey and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Capitalism in crosshairs as Socialism promoted at opening event of People’s Climate March
 By Marc Morano   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

New York City – Socialism was praised and promoted to raucous applause by the hundreds in attendance at the People’s Climate March event on September 20, featuring organizer Bill McKibben, author Naomi Klein, socialist Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant and socialist Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.

College Officials Caught on Video Threatening to ARREST Conservatives Handing Out Constitutions [WAT
 By News on the Net   --American Politics

The Rationing Society
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics

There are two types of societies, production societies and rationing societies. The production society is concerned with taking more territory, exploiting that territory to the best of its ability and then discovering new techniques for producing even more. The rationing society is concerned with consolidating control over all existing resources and rationing them out to the people.

Video: Raw Video: Man jumps the fence at the White House
 By News on the Net   --Crime-Terror-Security

Join The Crackerjack Club!
 By Father Paul Nicholson   --Christianity - Religion

Royal Society In Trouble Over False Extinction Claim Paper
 By Guest Column   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

It was presented as shocking evidence of the damage being done by climate change: a species driven to extinction because of a decline in rainfall in its only habitat. Now the “rediscovery” of a species of snail is prompting questions about the role played by the Royal Society, Britain’s most prestigious scientific institution, in raising false alarm over an impact of climate change.—Ben Webster, The Times, 20 September 2014

Video: 8 Ebola aid-workers brutally murdered in Guinea
 By News on the Net   --World News

U.S. Oil and Gas Production Continues to Increase Thanks to Hydraulic Fracturing
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

A decade ago, it was believed that wells that had been hydraulically fractured would have a short life span, that the oil and gas industry would need to keep drilling to keep output up, and that the oil and gas boom would dissipate fairly quickly. But, recent data show that not to be the case. Production is still increasing despite a slowing in oil and gas rig growth, which indicates that the early skeptics who thought this was a temporary production boom requiring numerous new wells to keep output up were wrong. Rather than drilling in new shale formations, oil and gas producers are finding ways to get more out of the formations they have already found.[1]

Former State Dept. Official: Details of Maxwell’s Benghazi Document Story ‘Ring True&#82
 By Heritage Foundation   --American Politics

A State Department whistleblower has come forward to say the details of a former colleague’s account of the sifting of Benghazi-related documents to identify damaging material “ring true.”

Uh oh: ObamaCare enrollment has now dropped to 7.3 million
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Remember the high-fiving and victory laps that took place on the left when ObamaCare enrollment was announced to have not only passed the announced 7 million minimum needed to make the thing sustainable, but to have surpassed 8 million?

Boots on the ground
 By Sarge   --American Politics

Scotland is still in the United Kingdom. That means Texas must admit the Free Texas Republic probably won’t be able to secede. Shucks! Additionally, it indicates the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations can breathe a little easier knowing the drive to declare them a parking lot for Massachusetts and Connecticut probably will go no further. (As “L’il Rhody” is my home state I feel no problem with stating the obvious.)

ObamaCare architect Ezekiel Emanuel has anounced the ‘optimal age of death’ - you won’t like it
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Democrats seem to love death.  Whether they’re yammering about abortion or “end of life” planning, they just can’t get enough of talking up the myriad ways people can exit life’s stage.  They always claim this is simply a discussion about personal responsibility and individual choice but, since they despise those ideals in virtually every other matter, it’s a hard argument to buy.

Megyn Kelly rips into terrorist Bill Ayers after he says she’s a ‘cyborg’ with ‘cold eyes’
 By Robert Laurie   --Media - Media Bias

Yesterday, the far-left goons over at Salon.com ran a piece in which Weather Underground founder and terrorist Bill Ayers discussed his recent Fox News interview with Megyn Kelly.  In it, he said the following:

Why Rouhani loves New York
 By Caroline Glick   --American Politics

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s trip to New York next week will be a welcome relief for the Iranian leader. Finally, he’ll be somewhere where he’s appreciated, even loved.

ISIS, NFL Are Case Studies of What Happens When Leaders Don’t Lead
 By Heritage Foundation   --American Politics

Both the White House and the National Football League needed videos to get them to do the right thing.

Today: As UN debates North Korean human rights, 20 famous survivors of atrocities urge Switzerland t
 By UN Watch   --World News

GENEVA, – When the UN rights council this morning debates North Korea’s record, a human rights NGO will take the floor to present an open letter sent today by 20 North Korean defectors to Swiss president Didier Burkhalter calling to freeze the regime’s bank accounts held in the country.

No Global Climate Deal Unless Wealthy Nations Improve Emission Targets, China Warns
 By Guest Column   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Wealthy countries should increase their emission commitments if a global pact on climate change is to be reached next year, China’s top UN climate negotiator said Friday. Emission commitments made so far by developed countries account for just 30 percent of the global total, said Xie Zhenhua, China’s chief negotiator at UN climate talks, citing researchers’ estimates. “This is a situation that we do not wish to see,” he told reporters in Beijing, arguing that wealthy countries have failed to take the lead to cut emissions and provide funding and technological support to developing nations as promised.—Agence France-Presse, 19 September 2014

Ukraine Pleads for Help, as GOP Backs Obama’s Dangerous Syria Policy
 By Cliff Kincaid   --American Politics

On the same day the Select Committee on Benghazi began hearings into the lessons of that terrorist attack, the House Republican leadership ignored one of those lessons by introducing and passing legislation to fund so-called “moderate” Islamic rebels in Syria who have terrorist ties.

PM Stephen Harper Announces the name of the first of the Royal Canadian Navy’s Arctic/Offshore Patro
 By News on the Net   --Canada

Hamilton, Ontario

Prime Minister’s Office


Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced the name of the first of the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS). Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Harry DeWolf, named in honour of a wartime Canadian naval hero, will be the first of a fleet of AOPS designed to better enable the RCN to exercise sovereignty in Canadian waters, including in the Arctic. The Prime Minister made the announcement at His Majesty’s Canadian Ship Haida, formerly commanded by Vice-Admiral Harry DeWolf, which currently serves as a museum ship and is located on the waterfront of Hamilton, Ontario.

Liberty Counsel Fights Religious Intolerance from Florida Home Owners’ Association
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Freedom

Kissimmee, FL—When Enock and Ines Berluche, homeowners at the Shingle Creek Reserve at the Oaks in Central Florida, were told to remove the religious statues in their yard or face “legal action,” the couple reached out to Liberty Counsel.

Six Takeaways From the Benghazi Panel’s First Hearing on Security Failures
 By Heritage Foundation   --American Politics

The House special committee investigating the Benghazi terrorist attacks today convened its first public hearing, examining progress in implementing security improvements at U.S. embassies and other missions abroad.

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