American Tradition, Family, Property: Fighting the Counter-Revolution

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Hobby Lobby vs. Obamacare at Supreme Court

Amid constant snowfall, TFP Student Action volunteers attended a rally at the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on March 25 to support Hobby Lobby, a craft store with 13,000 employees...

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Can Putin Be Trusted? Is He Christendom’s New “Champion”?

No one, with the possible exception of a die-hard minority of optimists, is unaware that the Christian world is going through one of its most serious civilizational crises...


 

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Reversing the West’s cowering before Putin’s Crimea Grab

The strength of evil lies in the weakness of the good. This statement sums up Russia’s aggression in the recent invasion of Crimea and the West’s cowardly and apathetic response. To our great shame, as Putin tests the mettle of our political leaders with another totalitarian aggression, he finds little serious reaction and thus feels free to do as he wishes.

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Venezuela: Socialism’s Shining Star of Success

Socialist politicians have an uncanny ability to make poor decisions regarding the betterment of their country. Having seized power in 1999 as leader of the Fifth Republic Movement, Hugo Chávez...

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On the Brink of Insolvency, China Could Trigger a Global Economic Earthquake

Fitch analyst Charlene Chu says that no one knows the size of the banking sector’s overall debt. In 2008 it was said to be $10 trillion, but today it stands between...

 

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Cubans Remember what Castro Did

On Saturday, February 22, members of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) joined nearly 5,000 people who gathered for the inauguration of a monument to the victims of...

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America’s New Endangered Species: The San Joaquin Valley

It was bad enough when the Obama administration announced that wind turbine facilities now have a thirty-year license to kill or injure, with impunity, two American icons: bald and golden eagles...

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Scientists: “The Shroud of Turin... Could be Real.”

Scientists: “The Shroud of Turin... Could be Real”The media in general are quick to throw doubt on relics and traditionally acclaimed holy objects of the Church. Few objects of veneration have attracted so much controversy as the...

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Harmful Chemicals Even in Clothes for Children

Hazardous chemicals have been detected in clothes for children made ​​in China and sold by big Western brands such as Disney, Burberry and Adidas...

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The Death of Peak Oil

Every once and while, liberal myths explode onto the scene with great fanfare and then later fade into oblivion with a whimper. One example was the famous population explosion myth in the seventies, where the left was proclaiming the imminent destruction of...

 

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