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“Vote Early and Often” - Chicago’s First Mayor Daley
 By Dr. Brad Lyles

Last Friday, at 3:06 PM, the Washington Post published an article destined to signify the watershed moment in the unending war over voter identification.

The article, written by Jesse Richman and David Earnest, two Associate Professors at Old Dominion University, provides compelling evidence supporting the necessity of voter identification and more than this – supporting the necessity of verification of citizenship prior to granting voter registration.

Holder Pushing to Oust Ferguson Police Chief?
 By Arnold Ahlert

Holder Pushing to Oust Ferguson Police Chief

It would appear that unnamed Obama administration officials, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, and their media cheerleaders have coordinated a narrative with regard to the Ferguson, MO Police Department. According to CNN, “government officials familiar with the ongoing discussions between local, state and federal officials” are saying Police Chief Thomas Jackson is expected to step down “as part of the effort by city officials to reform the Police Department.” The proverbial fly in the ointment? Jackson and Mayor James Knowles deny any such plan exists.

Palestine Wallows With Sweden In Ikea La-La-Land
 By David Singer

Sweden Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom’s announcement on 30 October that Sweden has recognized the State of Palestine elicited a response from Israel’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman that will surely go down as one of the most memorable diplomatic quotes of 2014:

Thoughts on the Coming Election
 By Dr. Robert R. Owens

The Progressives in both parties may be the establishment now but they have always been and continue to be revolutionaries seeking to turn the American dream into a socialist nightmare.

When the Jobs Fairy Visited My Business
 By William Kevin Stoos

I am unsure how a woman who has never started a business, who is famous for being married to Bill Clinton and who has had a fairly undistinguished career as a public servant could be so wise about business matters, but I tip my hat to her. People scoffed when she dared to speak the truth earlier this week that: “Business does not create jobs.” [sic] But I am a believer.

Best Interests of Whom?
 By Armand C. Hale

Best Interests of Whom?

On July 24, 1969, the astronauts from Apollo 11 returned home aboard the Command Module Columbia just before dawn local time, in the Pacific Ocean 2,660 kilometers (1,440 nautical miles) east of Wake Island, 380 kilometers (210 nautical miles) south of Johnston Atoll, and 24 kilometers (13 nautical miles) from the recovery ship, U.S.S. Hornet.” Upon reaching the Command Module, divers provided the astronauts with Biological Isolation Garments (BIGs) which were worn until they reached isolation facilities on board the U.S.S. Hornet.

Ebola Battle Led by Larry, Curly, and Moe?
 By Dr. Don Boys

Ebola Battle Led by Larry, Curly, and Moe?

The population of Europe had outrun the food supply in the early 1300s, and in a few years, the poor were eating cats, dogs, and other animals. Some say they even ate their own children! People were dying, but rather slowly. Bubonic plague (Black Death) would prove to be more efficient and quicker than famine, much quicker.

It’s the Socialist Democrat Party on Tuesday’s ballot
 By Judi McLeod

It’s the Socialist Democrat Party on Tuesday’s ballot

Universal Free Press.com ran it it under “Satire”, but their suggestion that the Democrat Party would be making a name change starting in January 2015, is at heart, a capital idea.

Recent CFP Columns
Liar’s Poker
 By Sarge   --American Politics

In an act of stupendous desperation, Mary Landrieu has stomped heavily into a pile of Obama (chickens#it). She pulled the race card, though tattered and torn from her repertoire and slammed it onto the table like a kid playing “Battle” or “War”. You know the kid’s card game where the highest card dropped takes the hand and you power slam cards to the table when both cards match. It could also be looked at as a game of “Liar’s Poker”.

Province Clueless about Colossal Problem
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation   --Canada

It’s arguably one of the driest subjects in Canada, but left unchecked it could have a catastrophic impact on your wallet.

Democrats send threatening letters to possible non-voters ...Tony Soprano-style
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Mary Landrieu: Hey, Louisiana voters, you’re a bunch of racists and sexists. Now vote for me.
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

If you read the polls, you know Mary Landrieu is in trouble.  However, I’m willing to bet that the internal polling looks even worse, total panic has set in, and she’s looking for a scapegoat to explain her failure. How else can you explain her bizarre decision to tell the people of her state - whose votes she so desperately needs - that they’re a bunch of sexists and racists?

Holder says he regrets James Rosen subpoena . . . and nothing else
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Fast and Furious? No problem. Stonewalling the IRS investigation? What do you mean? Strongarming states to drop their voter ID laws by tossing around the race card? Hey, it’s what he does. But even Eric Holder has one regret, however self-serving it may be. Issuing a subpoena for Fox News reporter James Rosen’s e-mails, and labeling him a “criminal co-conspirator” in an investigation concerning North Korea, might have gone a weeeeeeeeee bit too far, ya think?

Being safe while isolated
 By Caroline Glick   --World News

Yehudah Glick has spent the better part of the last 20 years championing the right of Jews to pray on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem – Judaism’s holiest site. On Wednesday night, the Palestinians sent a hit man to Jerusalem to kill him.

Exclusive: Rand Paul Says Obama Thinks He Can ‘Act Like a King’
 By Heritage Foundation   --American Politics

Growth is for the Sake of Humans, not Just “for the Sake of Growth”
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

ThinkProgress recently published a post that begins with a provocative quote from Edward Abbey, “Growth for the sake of growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.” The post argues that some economic growth is acceptable while other economic growth is bad and does not explain the distinction. The obvious problem is that economic growth and the attendant growth in natural gas, oil, and coal use have led to dramatic improvements in human welfare around the world over the last few decades.

The End Of An Era: Is The US Petrodollar Under Threat?
 By Oilprice.com   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Recent trade deals and high-level cooperation between Russia and China have set off alarm bells in the West as policymakers and oil and gas executives watch the balance of power in global energy markets shift to the East.

Baby’s first crawl with her dog
 By News on the Net   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

Whom Will Obama Blame If Democrats Lose Senate?
 By John Lillpop   --American Politics

Although it is way too early to predict damn near anything about the November 4 election, just a few days from now, it is NEVER too early to speculate about whom Barack Obama will blame should the Democrat Party lose majority control of the US Senate.

Black Christians Must Stop Voting Democrat ‘Vote for Candidates Who Share Your Values
 By Christian Newswire   --American Politics

NORFOLK, Va.,—In a recently released video, Bishop E.W. Jackson (pictured), Pastor of THE CALLED CHURCH and President of STAND (Staying True to America’s National Destiny) has challenged all Christians, especially Black Christians, to stop voting for candidates who trample their values.

Prediction: A very good Tuesday for the GOP
 By Tom DeLay   --American Politics

The debates are done. The arguments have all been made. The closing ads have all been shot. So let’s skip the philosophical debates for one week and just talk about on who’s going to win next Tuesday.

The Islamization of Jerusalem
 By Daniel Greenfield   --Crime-Terror-Security

Chaya Zissel Braun was murdered on her first trip back from the Western Wall where the indigenous Jewish population of Israel continues to pray in the shadow of the shrine established there by the Muslim conquerors from which the racist Muslim settlers rain down rocks on the Jewish worshipers.

VICTORY: Houston drops subpoenas of pastors
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

A humiliated Mayor Annise D. Parker and Houston city attorneys have backed off on their attempt to subpoena sermons from local pastors that dealt with the subject of homosexuality, or specifically, that mentioned the homosexual mayor.

New poll shows Scott Walker increasing lead, heading for a win in Wisconsin
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

If there’s one Republican Governor who absolutely drives Democrats up the wall, it’s Wisconsin’s Scott Walker. They tried to stop him in 2010, tried to prevent him from salvaging Wisconsin’s economy and, after he succeeded anyway, tried to remove him from office in 2012. However, each time Dems try to stop Walker, they fail - badly. As a result, he’s pretty much become their conservative “public enemy no.1.”  ...Now he’s in his third campaign in four years and it looks like the lefties are about to lose - again.

Secure Victory: Just a Few More Miles Before We Sleep
 By Lloyd Marcus   --American Politics

Are we there yet? Are we there yet? No, the election is a few days away and we have not yet secured the U.S. Senate for the Republicans. I know everyone keeps saying it is in the bag, but it is not over until all the votes have been counted.

CTF Applauds New Government Tax Measures For Families
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation   --Financial, Business, Economy

OTTAWA, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today applauded the federal government’s pledge to introduce limited income splitting for parents, increase and extend the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB), and raise child care deduction limits.

TANZANIA: Teacher Killed in Machete Attack
 By News on the Net   --Christianity - Religion

Sources: World Watch Monitor, Release International

On October 9th, a Christian man was killed and another seriously injured when suspected Islamic militants attacked them with machetes in Bukoba.

The brutal assault occurred after Dioniz Ng’wandu, a 31-year-old secondary school teacher, and Temistores, 25, attended an early morning prayer meeting with their pastor, Faustine Joseph, and a fourth unnamed man at their church building. After the pastor and the other man left, masked assailants entered the building and attacked the two remaining believers, killing Dioniz and severely injuring Temistores’ left foot. Dioniz leaves behind his wife, Faith, and their two children, four-year-old Michael and two-year-old John. According to Pastor Faustine, church members had been receiving threats from militants who vowed to decrease the number of Christians in the predominantly Muslim area.

Attack Ad on ‘Immigration Amnesty’ Puts Karl Rove in Unexpected Camp
 By Heritage Foundation   --American Politics

Karl Rove’s support for what many Americans consider amnesty for illegal immigrants has put the Republican political guru at odds with The Heritage Foundation for a decade.

Video: White House distances itself from ‘chickens***’ remark
 By News on the Net   --American Politics

Video: Obama remark that troops aren’t volunteers outrages
 By News on the Net   --American Politics

Video: Gitmo prisoners join forces with ISIS
 By News on the Net   --Crime-Terror-Security

Video: Small plane crashes at Wichita, Kansas airport
 By News on the Net   --American Politics

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