Cape Town is running out of water – but there may be more

In the throes of a devastating drought, a city the size of Los Angeles is in grave danger of running out of water. Cape Town, South Africa, a city of over 4 million people, has been suffering from a drought since 2015, and residents could be completely cut off from...

California Dystopia: No Man’s Farmland

Those of us who live in California and oppose illegal immigration are often met with the bromide that illegal aliens plant and harvest our food, and that without them, the nation would starve. We are told illegal aliens are the backbone of California agriculture. It...

Policy Watch, February 2018

This is the beginning of an ongoing series we’d like to do called Policy Watch, where we look at potential national and state legislation and consider the ramifications of such bills on American life and politics. Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse Act of 2017...

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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Washington is The New Versailles

Washington is The New Versailles

In the dead of night, democracy died with a whimper. Withered husks of humanity, driven only by the demands of their monolithic donor base, voted to gut the middle and working class in order to transfer over a trillion dollars to the richest percentage of our society....

SEPTEMBER 1, 1939

SEPTEMBER 1, 1939

This poem was written by W.H. Auden in 1939, a little over 77 years ago.  It was time not so different than our own; rising nationalism, economic stagnation (don't be fooled by the buoyant stock market), and the rattle of sabres across a multipolar world.  The Spanish...

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

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