A New Standard for Law Enforcement Bias. . .

Yesterday, I was looking through coverage of the Congressional Hearing where Mr. Strzok of the FBI was being interviewed by Congress. For a policy/politics aficionado, like myself, this sort of thing is better than the Super Bowl or World Cup. Lots of Kabuki....

Can We Save the Supreme Court?

Trump just got a nice present before a heated midterm election. On the final day of the supreme court’s latest session, Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he would soon retire. The 81 year old judge, nominated by President Reagan, would give Donald Trump his second...

The US Needs To Do Its Part For World Population Day

July 11th is observed by the United Nations as World Population Day. Every year the world’s population increases by approximately 83 million, and even generous estimates expect we will reach 8.6 billion by 2030, and 9.8 billion by 2050. This year’s theme is "Family...

CFPUP searches for and presents the facts – to begin the discourse that hopefully leads to the most prudent course of action for our families, communities, and government.

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It’s Time For Marijuana Decriminalization

It’s Time For Marijuana Decriminalization

Last week, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer introduced legislation to decriminalize marijuana on a federal level. The press release reads as follows: “The legislation allows states to continue to function as laboratories of democracy and ultimately decide how...

Fourth of July And The Specter of The Fourth Turning

Fourth of July And The Specter of The Fourth Turning

Back in the 1980's I was a counterintelligence officer for the Army, and early on in my career I developed an interest on the topic of terrorism. Working casual duty for a short time at Fort Huachuca, I helped pull together the first manual on anti-terrorism...

“Few things are brought to a successful issue by impetuous desire, but most by calm and prudent forethought.”

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