The Church In Apostasy

“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition.” (II Thess. 2:3)

By Guest Column Chuck Baldwin- Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Should Israel Swap Land For War or Peace

Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) are reportedly looking at swapping land in the West Bank for land in Israel as a means of overcoming the PA’s long standing demand that all 6,205 square kms of the West Bank be handed over to the PA by Israel as a necessary precondition for peace.

By David Singer - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Diminishing the Nobel Peace Prize

In 1964, Martin Luther King won the Nobel Peace Prize for leading the non-violent crusade against racism and slavery—bettering not only America but the entire world.

In 1971, Willi Brandt won the Peace Prize for leading Germany’s peaceful reintegration back into the “world family of nations,” healing the destruction caused by Kaiser Wilhelm and Adolph Hitler with two World Wars that caused at least 70 million deaths.

By Dennis Avery - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

OSMA Physician Victorious Against Frivolous Lawsuit

Recently found on the web…

OSMA member Michael Banks, MD, will finally receive his court-ordered pyament from a plaintiff’s trial lawyer. The order to pay Dr. Banks became final when the Ohio Supreme Court refused to accept the appeal of the plaintiff’s trial lawyer.

By Guest Column - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

A switch in time

Words of praise adorn the wall of Auto Switch’s myspace page. And why wouldn’t it? Their music is a more pop-ier/ less intense sounding version of fellow Canadian band Nickleback.

By Guest Column - Tuesday, October 16, 2007 - Full Story

Islamberg, British style

imageThe North American radical Islamist compounds exposed by The Day of Islam author Paul L. Williams and Northeast Intelligence Network director Doug Hagmann also exist in Britain.

In the United States, Muslims of the Americas Inc., a tax-exempt organization formed in 1980 by Pakistani cleric Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, who refers to himself as “the sixth Sultan Ul Faqr”, operates dozens of radical Islamic compounds, which flourish in out-of-the-way rural areas.

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, October 16, 2007 - Full Story

Panicking Liberals play the anti-American card

The federal Liberals are certainly not looking forward to this evening’s Speech from the Throne. Certainty is rare in politics; why we haven’t seen it in well over a week when it became apparent that John Tory was not going to be the next premier of Ontario. But it is pretty well assured that the Liberals are not looking forward to the resumption of Parliament that begins with Governor General Michaelle Jean delivering the Throne Speech.

By Arthur Weinreb - Tuesday, October 16, 2007 - Full Story

Should Gore Run in ‘08?

Sharing the Nobel Prize with the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has given rise to a lot of talk about yet another Al Gore run for the White House. Nobody looked more uncomfortable Friday morning than Hillary Clinton, the current front-runner for the Democrat nomination, who clearly saw her own star fading fast as Al accepted the highest honor offered any international leftist.

By JB Williams - Tuesday, October 16, 2007 - Full Story

James Bond-like Technology Involved in Mousey Overkill

Overkill: noun 1—the amount by which destruction of the capacity for destruction exceeds what is necessary. 2—excessive treatment or action: too much of something.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Tuesday, October 16, 2007 - Full Story

Another Pakistani political surprise

The recent U-turn of Pakistan’s military ruler Pervez Musharraf from punishing political big fish turns out to have been bogged down in the ocean. Political critics and analysts are seeing this as the great victory of democracy over a military regime, while many feel that the Pakistani president finally had to abandon the idea of eliminating corruption, just for the sake of ensuring a few more years in power.

By Guest Column Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury- Tuesday, October 16, 2007 - Full Story

Gift from the ‘Angel of Doggies’

If there’s such a thing as the ‘Angel of Doggies’ in a troubled world, his name must be Aza.

When Aza, died at age 12 of leukemia last winter, his human companions David and Sophie Dastych were inconsolable without her.

There were so many special things about the lovable Aza, and one of them was she never left David’s side when he was ill and recuperating from a serious operation.

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, October 16, 2007 - Full Story

Is San Francisco Archbishop an “elderly man taken by surprise” in Communion incident…

imageFox News’ Bill O’Reilly may have been taken for a ride by San Francisco’s gay community.
 
  San Francisco watchers have been abuzz since Sunday, Oct. 7 when Archbishop George Niederuer gave Communion to two members of the so-called “Sisters of Public Indulgence”, homosexuals dressed in drag as Catholic nuns.

 

By Judi McLeod - Monday, October 15, 2007 - Full Story

Thousands of Students at Campuses Nationwide Lose Their Voices on Oct. 23

Stand True, Christ-Centered Pro-life, will hold its fourth annual Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity (http://www.silentday.org ) on Tuesday, Oct. 23. On this date, thousands of students from campuses in the United States, Canada, and several other countries will take a vow of silence to express their contempt for abortion, which has claimed one-third of their generation and continues to take the lives of over 4,000 babies per day in the United States alone.

By Christian Newswire - Monday, October 15, 2007 - Full Story

The Salt of the Earth,

The City of Windsor, Ontario is renown for many things. Auto manufacturing centre, major casino, magnificent promenades along the flanking Detroit River. Not visible, hundreds of metres below the city are its salt mines.

By Wes Porter - Monday, October 15, 2007 - Full Story

A new threat to the war against terror

imageIslamabad-Pakistan: General Pervez Musharraf is planning again to attack the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Judge Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, with the active support of Benazir Bhutto and with the covert support of the USA. High level meetings have been going on in Islamabad for the last two days to chalk out a new strategy against Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, who is fast becoming a real threat to the fragile Musharraf-Benazir agreement, by puncturing the highly publicized presidential ordinance through which PPP leadership got amnesty from corruption cases. A top government official claims that the chief justice is also becoming a threat against the war on terror because he provided relief to many pro-al Qaeda and pro-Taliban elements who were in the custody of intelligence agencies without any formal charges.

By Hamid Mir - Monday, October 15, 2007 - Full Story

Citizen Annan back to save the world

imageFormer United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan is back on a yet another mission to save the world.  This chapter could be called “Citizen Annan Saves The World.

  On Wednesday Annan will launch the Global Humanitarian Forum in Geneva. 

  “Its mission is to foster dialogue and partnerships that strengthen the international community’s ability to address current and future humanitarian challenges,” Annan wrote in a Special Toronto Globe and Mail Update today.  “The forum will urge effective action to protect people who are most vulnerable and in need of help.”

“In its first phase of existence, the forum will focus on the adverse humanitarian consequences of climate change.  It will seek to provide an impartial and inclusive platform where decision-makers can break through the current barriers to adaptation and work together to search for solutions; where scientists and economists can meet with leaders of communities that are already trying to adapt to a changing climate; and where we can better harness the business community’s ability to work for the common good.”

By Judi McLeod - Monday, October 15, 2007 - Full Story

Gore’s Nobel Prize Could Sideline Hillary

It is being widely reported that Al Gore’s winning of the Nobel Peace Prize could propel him into the presidential race, but the award is tainted and the former vice president received it shortly after a British Court issued a ruling alleging numerous errors in his film on global warming. In short, Gore’s prize is a joke, something that should be fodder for late-night comedians.

By Roger Aronoff - Monday, October 15, 2007 - Full Story

Newfoundland & Labrador, De-Confederation

In what might be termed as a twist of fate, a quirk of history, or perhaps more accurately, as a major political shift, the two most popular leaders in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador appeared on the scene nearly six decades apart and represent completely opposite ends of the political spectrum.

By Myles Higgins - Monday, October 15, 2007 - Full Story

Are the U.S. and Turkey on a Collision Course

By Gallia Lindenstrauss

Turkish-American relations currently face two significant challenges.  One has to do with the Turkish inclination to enter northern Iraq in order to deal with Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK) fighters operating there.


The Rise and Fall of Vicente Fox: A Five-Hour Thriller

Former Mexican president Vicente Fox spent most of last week sticking his intrusive nose into matters that are the exclusive domain of the American people and elected representatives, and which are absolutely none of the business of Mexico, it’s current president, or any former Mexican president.

By John Lillpop - Monday, October 15, 2007 - Full Story