Harper’s Big Election Gamble

With Wednesday’s announcement of a compromise deal over the Atlantic Accord, Stephen Harper sent another clear signal he plans to force an election in the coming weeks. The question is whether the gamble to shore up support in Atlantic Canada will actually help him or cost him in the long run.

By Myles Higgins - Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

God and Nancy Pelosi

In the delightful, yet heart-rending film Life is Beautiful, director Roberto Benigni—who also plays the leading role—is being discipled by an old friend on the high calling of a being a waiter. “God serves men, but he is not the servant of men” instructs wisely the old sage.

By Miguel A. Guanipa - Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

So, How Many Nobel Peace Prizes Has Hillary Won

—Satire

Former Vice President Al Gore’s efforts to save the planet finally paid dividends when he was able to triangulate a phony non-issue into a Nobel Peace Prize, a mockery of science that Gore shares with a UN panel.

By John Lillpop - Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

Why Al Gore Should Run for President

About a month ago, I was on my way to the Old South Meeting House to see former Nixon White House counsel John Dean speak.  As I approached the entrance, a man standing outside the door asked me if I wanted to sign a petition to draft Al Gore to run for the White House in 2008.  I ignored the man, walked inside and laughed to myself.

By Guest Column Aaron Goldstein- Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

President Bush Defends Rapist-Murderer To Appease Mexico

It seems President George W. Bush will stop at no lengths to appease Mexico and place the United States under international authority. His latest fiasco, however, twists logic, mocks justice, and defies decency.

By Guest Column Chuck Baldwin- Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

Iraqi civilian death toll plunges

From http://www.Breitbart.com
The civilian death toll in Iraq fell to its lowest level in recent memory on Saturday.

By Guest Column - Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

Tears for the passage of time

American SoldiersLike many, I have been struck by the images contained in Ken Burns’ The War.  But I am most disturbed by the contrasts found in our pursuit of a multi-theatre war to victory then and the defeatism and rancor rampant in our current simpering left, as we try pursue a far less globally destructive but just as vitally important a conflict against a similarly determined fascist foe today.

In early 1945, our troops began to liberate elements of the concentration camp system, horrible places like Dachau and Mauthausen, where unburied bodies numbered in the tens of thousands and the crematoria were still warm, and where we were met by its survivors, who put up posters welcoming our boys to those dreadful compounds.

By John Burtis - Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

Arnold Schwarzenegger Signs Bills Forcing Schools to Promote Transsexuality, Bisexuality, and Homose

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed into law two bills requiring all public school instruction and activities to positively portray transsexuality, bisexuality, and homosexuality to children as young as kindergarten. He has also signed bills undermining marriage and infringing upon the moral conscience of business owners, churches, and nonprofit organizations.

By Christian Newswire - Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

Previous Class action & Frivolous Lawsuits

A list of recent lawsuits

By News on the Net - Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

The Congressional Black Caucus is shortchanging poor and minority energy consumers

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation recently hosted its annual legislative conference in Washington. A keynote session—billed as an “energy braintrust”—promised a lively three-hour discussion by top executives from oil companies, associations, government agencies and universities. It would “transform dialogue into action” and “bolster the relationships between the energy industry and African-American community.”

By Guest Column Roy Innis- Sunday, October 14, 2007 - Full Story

General Sanchez Rips The Media

If ever there was a clearer example of selective reporting and bias by the media, here is the best example to date.

The left is translating and selectively quoting LTG (Ret) Ricardo Sanchez’ comments during the October 12 Military Reporters and Editors Luncheon in Washington D.C. “Former top general rips Bush’s Iraq policy” is not exactly what happened here, yet if you were to accept their editorializing, that’s what many are going to come away with.

By Bob Parks - Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

German Parliament backs Afghan mission

Parliament voted decisively Friday to extend the deployment of German troops in Afghanistan for another year despite growing domestic opposition and a surge of violence from the Taliban and Al Qaeda.

By Guest Column - Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

Sudan on the Brink of Another Disaster

The Washington-DC based human rights group, International Christian Concern (ICC) http://www.persecution.org has learned that, in a dramatic development, the Sudanese Peoples Liberation Movement (SPLM), the party that represents the interest of Southern Sudan, made an announcement to withdraw from the National Unity Government of Sudan. This decision, which was made yesterday, could lead to another war between the Southern Sudanese and the Government of Sudan.

By Guest Column - Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

The United States is Not Engaged in the War of Ideas

The United States and governments of the West must use every means available to combat Islamofascist aggression and expansion, both here in the West and in the Middle East. One of the most critical aspects in the war against Islamofascism is the war of ideas. This aspect represents the battle between the Wahhabi, Salafist and radical factions of the Sunni and Shi’ite sects of Islam and the ideology of inalienable rights as embraced by Western Civilization.

By Frank Salvato - Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

Greenpeace Capture Power Plant… what, are we at war

Just after 5 a.m., on Monday the 8th of October, a group of Greenpeace environmentalists laid siege to Kingsnorth coal fired power station in Kent. Their plan was simple, and effective. Get in, and shut it down.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

African Mega-Drought Rewrites Out of Africa

The words ‘tropical’ and ‘lush’ are not necessarily the descriptive words you would normally associate with Africa, especially when presented with the choice of ‘barren’ and ‘arid’. But the continent of Africa is not all desert and dust; at least, not any more.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

New Horizons Jovian Visit

Just like when you go on holiday somewhere, there are always great sights along the way. Rarely do we just keep our heads down in the car. The same can be said for the New Horizons mission, currently en route for the newly christened dwarf planet Pluto and its three moons, Charon, Nix and Hydra

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

Anti-NAU Warriors Beginning to Move the Rock Uphill

Just a year ago most would have predicted there was no way to stop the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) which many believe will become a North American Union (NAU). The proponents are rich, powerful and determined. From the White House to huge, wealthy international corporations, these proponents of the SPP are used to getting their way. The little people back in their grassroots are just silly pawns to be manipulated or ignored.

By Tom Deweese - Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

Feds Partner with Local Cops to Capture Alien Street Gang Members

BOSTON - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) partnered with Boston-area law enforcement officers to arrest fifty nine foreign nationals who now face federal criminal charges or deportation, as part of Operation Community Shield, a nationwide effort to combat violent street gang activity.

By Jim Kouri - Saturday, October 13, 2007 - Full Story

DDT Backlash Continues

Ever since the World Health Organization reversed the environmentalist-promoted ban on DDT in 2006, eco-activists have scrambled to devise new ways to malign the life-saving insecticide in order to salvage their badly marred reputation.

By Steve Milloy - Friday, October 12, 2007 - Full Story