Death of a Messenger

Don’t kill the messenger! You’ve heard that saying before and it has as much relevance today as in the past. Ages ago before the wondrous technologies for long distance communication were available; the means of sending messages between individuals over great distances fell to the responsibility of the humble messenger.

By Paul Ibbetson - Thursday, October 18, 2007 - Full Story

Dirty Talking

The two teenage girls in the seat behind me on the bus were discussing the shortcomings of their supervisor at the burger joint. “The bottom line is,” said one of them, without even trying to lower her voice, ” he’s a &%##@ son-of-a-#.”

By William Bedford - Thursday, October 18, 2007 - Full Story

Fledgling Political Party Steps Into Ottawa - NL Dispute

There has been a new turn of events in the ongoing dispute between Newfoundland and Labrador and Ottawa.

By Myles Higgins - Thursday, October 18, 2007 - Full Story

Council Chooses Free Golf Over Spending Control

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) today released a waste and perks report card for Toronto city councilors revealing that two-thirds of council get a failing grade including the mayor and the budget chief.


By Kevin Gaudet - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Should Al Gore Run in 2008? Hell Yes, the Man Needs Exercise!

With an undeserved Oscar in one hand and 50 percent of a phony Nobel Peace Prize in the other, Al Gore has pundits and assassins working for Hillary asking the really big question.

By John Lillpop - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Will Al Gore Win the Triple Crown

As of mid-October, 2007 has been a very good year for Albert Gore, former Vice President of the United States. And it may get even better before 2007 has ended.

By John Lillpop - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Two TSA Laptop Computers Stolen

Two laptop computers with personal information about U.S. commercial drivers who transport hazardous materials are missing and considered stolen, the Associated Press reported Tuesday.

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

The Old Man and the Law of the Sea Treaty

It’s always fascinating to watch tenured faculty members leaving their ivory cocoons where they lecture to impressionable teenagers and 20-somethings to come face-to-face with skeptical middle-aged men. Such an encounter occurred last week in one of the few hearings the U. S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee deigned to hold on the Law of the Sea Treaty, the U.N.-generated pact that many fear would cede control of the oceans to that international body.

By Malcolm Kline - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Christian Filmmakers to Discuss the Influence of Disney on American Culture

Christian filmographers will be taking a hard look at the influence of Disney on American culture as part of the Third Annual Christian Filmmakers Academy to be held October 22-24 in San Antonio, Texas. During a three-lecture symposium on Disney, the CFA’s faculty will dig deep into the corporate and artistic legacy of the communications giant often accused of being the most anti-family media conglomerate in the world.

By Christian Newswire - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Investments In and Profits from Abortion and Pornography Loom Large For Protestants/Catholics Alike

The world’s two largest “ultra- conservative” denominations currently invest hundreds of millions (if not billions) of dollars in companies that profit from and/or promote what their own doctrines describe as two major sins - abortion and pornography.

By Christian Newswire - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Conservatives Congregate in Reno—CLC Report

What is it you see in your mind when you think of liberal activists? Is it large groups gathered together to complain or protest? Perhaps. On the other hand, what is it that comes to mind when you hear about conservative activists? Is it a large group of folks coming together to advocate for change? Or do you more often think of a lone guy trying to stand in the way of change? I’d wager it is the latter.

By Warner Todd Huston - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

GAO: Attacks in Iraq Should Be Reported to Congress and American Public

In January 2007, President George W. Bush stated that the high levels of violence in Iraq had overwhelmed the political gains that the Iraqis had made and required a new US strategy for stabilizing the country.

By Jim Kouri - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

Here comes Al Gore

In February of this year I wrote a piece that talked about the flawed Presidential campaigns of the two Democratic frontrunners, Hillary Clinton and Barak Obama.  Hillary has too much baggage as well as stratospheric negative perception ratings and Obama plainly has too little experience to be considered anything but a lightweight.

By Klaus Rohrich - Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - Full Story

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