Europe’s Time to Choose

During the past two centuries three major European continental nations have tried to impose their will on the rest of the continent, indeed, on the globe. First France in the early 19th century, then Germany in the first half of the 20th century, and finally Russia. France was defeated in 1815, Germany in 1918 and 1945, and Russia in 1989. Britain stood up to all these attempts of the major European countries to gain European and world hegemony.

By Guest Column Paul Belien- Wednesday, February 27, 2008 - Full Story

A Superhero Without Special Powers

I missed the train today…again. The nitwit in front of our car let out her husband at the stop sign instead of making her way through the three-way stop and across the tracks. By the time they finished their goodbye, the brief window of opportunity to pass through the intersection had passed and the gates were down. This happens for a combination of reasons.

By Nancy Salvato - Wednesday, February 27, 2008 - Full Story

Abortionist Jailed - Again

Convicted sexual predator Laurence Reich arrested in LA for committing abortions after being stripped of his medical license

By Christian Newswire - Tuesday, February 26, 2008 - Full Story

Detainees belong in Gitmo

As if the Americans didn’t have enough controversy over their Guantanamo Bay detention centre for Islamic terrorists, now they want six of the most dangerous al Qaida plotters sentenced to death.

By Guest Column Peter Worthington- Tuesday, February 26, 2008 - Full Story

The Archbishop and Sharia

There are an estimated 1.6 million Muslims in Great Britain. By some estimates, more people attend mosque than go to Anglican churches every week. Judging by recent comments by the Archbishop of Canterbury, it is easy to see why.

By Guest Column Chuck Colson- Tuesday, February 26, 2008 - Full Story

Sderot Matters

Last Night, Toronto Jews and Christian Zionists rallied for Sderot and what a rally it was. Over 2000 people were in attendance including many high school and university students. They filled to capacity a huge hotel room.

By Ted Belman - Tuesday, February 26, 2008 - Full Story

Dumb Governors

Being a governor has always been a steppingstone to the presidency. It’s just a thought, but perhaps people are less and less confident in their governors these days because so many seem to be part of a succession of governors who have left their states ever deeper in debt?

By Alan Caruba - Tuesday, February 26, 2008 - Full Story

More Dirt on McCain?

Rush Limbaugh had the best tack on the John McCain versus New York Times controversy.

By Cliff Kincaid - Tuesday, February 26, 2008 - Full Story

Almost euthanasia

Next time you feel like bragging about how great the Canadian healthcare system is you may want to consider what’s routinely done to elderly patients in some of our hospitals.  Recently an elderly woman, let’s call her Mary, had a stroke, which affected the left side of her body, meaning that the stroke occurred in the right lobe of her brain.

By Klaus Rohrich - Tuesday, February 26, 2008 - Full Story

Climate orthodoxy perpetrates a hoax

By Gordon J. Fulks, Ph.D. lives in Corbett and can be reached at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). He holds a doctorate in physics from the University of Chicago, Laboratory for Astrophysics and Space Research.

By EPW Blog GORDON FULKS- Monday, February 25, 2008 - Full Story

Chinese Scientist Indicted for Corporate Espionage in Texas

A chemist employed by a corporation headquartered in Houston, Texas, involved in researching, developing and supplying fire-proof coating and intumescent products has been indicted and charged with theft of trade secrets and computer fraud, according to United States Attorney Don DeGabrielle and FBI Special Agent in Charge Andrew R. Bland.

By Jim Kouri - Monday, February 25, 2008 - Full Story

Will Kyoto turn Europe into Cuba?

The EU steel industry is terrified that Europe’s new cap-and-trade system of penalizing steel-plant emissions will cost 50,000 of its 300,000 steel-industry jobs. But don’t worry, if the EU gets serious about cap-and-trade, it will simply violate the rules of the World Trade Organization and start taxing imported steel for the CO2 emissions from Indian and Chinese steel plants.

By Dennis Avery - Monday, February 25, 2008 - Full Story

They hate us for our immorality, right?

In the mainstream media’s never-ending quest to ignore or downplay the jihad imperative within Islam, and to attribute the present global jihad to some other factor or factors—any factor, as long as it’s external to Islam, few farragos have been as ridiculous (or as successful in bamboozling those aching to be bamboozled) as Dinesh D’Souza’s contention that they hate us because of the immorality of Western pop culture.

By Guest Column - Monday, February 25, 2008 - Full Story

Raul Castro’s Long History of Crimes Against Humanity

The Cuban National Assembly has named longtime Minister of Defense, Raúl Castro, President of Cuba. As second-in-command of a 49-year old dictatorship, he is directly responsible for crimes against humanity on countless thousands in Cuba and worldwide.

By Guest Column - Monday, February 25, 2008 - Full Story

The Secret To Obama’s Success

Europeans are scratching their heads trying to figure out how Barack Obama – until recently a relatively unknown politician outside the borders of the United States - has become not only the Democrat front-runner, but also a serious contender to become what is arguably the most powerful political leader in the world.

By Guest Column Mike Rosenberg- Monday, February 25, 2008 - Full Story

Welcome to the North American Army

Will historians one day record that “It happened on Valentine’s Day” when chronicling the timetable of the North American Union (NAU)?

  With no warning, a significant military agreement was signed by the chief Armed Forces commanders of both the U.S.A. and Canada on Feb. 14.  The agreement allows the armed forces from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a domestic civil emergency.

And as Jerome R. Corsi writes of the range of domestic civil emergencies, in WorldNetDaily, “even one that does not involve a cross-border crisis.”

By Judi McLeod - Monday, February 25, 2008 - Full Story