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Investigators Escape Injury In Car Fire

imageWell-known private investigator Douglas Hagmann, along with his son and investigative partner Joseph Hagmann, escaped injury yesterday after the vehicle in which they were riding suddenly burst into flames. The incident happened shortly after 11:20 this morning after they left a courthouse in northwestern Pennsylvania, on their way to lunch.

Their vehicle burst into flames shortly after they exited the car, sending a large, thick plume of smoke that was visible for a half-mile. Explosions from the vehicle’s front tires sent smoldering rubber and debris across a wide area.

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, June 25, 2008 - Full Story

Will Obama be first Commander in Chief to oversee a military force with foreign recruits?

Touted as what is destined to be history’s president of firsts, Senator Barack Obama could be the first Commander in Chief to oversee a military force with foreign recruits?

  Ugandans, who want a career in the United States military, can sign up at the annual convention of the Uganda North American Association (UNAA), scheduled to run between August 29 and August 31.
 
  “American military recruiters will set up a booth at this year’s UNNA convention in Orlando, Florida, and seek out professional Ugandans, said Lt. Frank Musisi, himself an officer in the U.S. Army.” (AllAfrica.com, April 6, 2008).  “Lt. Muisisi, who comes from Kalangala District on Lake Victoria, is the current president of UNAA, a 501 (c) non-profit organization.

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, June 24, 2008 - Full Story

An American Independence Day like no other

Michelle Malkin, Melanie MorganIn a beautifully written piece he wrote about Stephen Collins Foster, which will be posted on Canada Free Press’s cover this July 4, Calvin Johnson has me thinking of July 4, 2009.

  A member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, a historical-fraternal group who study and help preserve Southern history, Mr. Johnson chronicles what he calls “the much too short lifetime” of Stephen Collins Foster, “The Father of American Music”.

  Both Foster and George M. Cohan, writer of Yankee Doodle Dandy were born on the 4th of July—Independence Day.  As Johnson wrote, “These men are, now, legends and their songs are a favorite throughout the USA and the world.

By Judi McLeod - Sunday, June 22, 2008 - Full Story

Global Warming calling ET home

Is the elusive ET the next frontier to promote man-made Global Warming/Climate Change?

The search for life on other planets is a never-ending dream for untold millions of earthlings. 

“Scientists believe NASA’s Phoenix Mars lander exposed bits of ice while recently digging a trench in the soil of the Martian arctic, the mission’s investigator said Thursday.” (FoxNews.com, June 20, 2008).  “Phoenix Mars is studying whether the arctic region of the Red Planet could be habitable.

By Judi McLeod - Friday, June 20, 2008 - Full Story

A carbon footprint in everybody’s face

Al Gore's With all those lights on in his Tennessee mansion, Al Gore reads Canada Free Press (CFP).

Or at least Kalee D. Kreider, “Communications Director/Environmental adviser in the Office of the Hon. Al Gore and Mrs. Tipper Gore”, does.

  “I am writing to respond to the CFP piece: Gore’s electricity consumption up 10 percent despite “energy efficient” renovations,” said Ms. Kreider. 

“This is essentially the press release of a group that has continually attacked the Gores using incorrect, outdated and inflated information.”

In a cover story Wednesday, CFP noted “At the same time global warming alarmists in Canada and Australia are stooping to bogeymen tactics for school age kids, their leader Al Gore has been caught with his global warming pants on fire.”

“For the second time in the space of little more than a year, the Tennessee Center for Policy Research has dragged the size of Gore’s real Global Warming footprint onto the Drudge Report.”

By Judi McLeod - Thursday, June 19, 2008 - Full Story

Failing to frighten adult masses to submission, global warming alarmists become bogeymen of children

Bogeymen: Maurice Strong, Al Gore, David Suzuki Big players behind the Global Warming/Climate Change hysteria have sunk to the level of desperados.

In Canada, you have Global Warming warrior numero uno, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) poster boy David Suzuki encouraging children to rat out their own parents in a treehouse setting televised advertisement (The David Suzuki Foundation YouTube)

In Australia, the state-run Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) targets 9-year-old children in Planet Slayer, which includes “Prof. Schpinkee’s Greenhouse Calculator.  Find out when you should die”.  Planet Slayer’s when you should die option comes for kiddies whose don’t use only their “fair” share of the Earth.  (Parents can view Planet Slayer here).

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, June 18, 2008 - Full Story

Obama should take a leaf from the book of buddy Hugo Chavez on birth certificate proof

Barack ObamaPresidential hopeful Senator Barack Obama should take a leaf from the prodigious book of his buddy, Venezuela Hugo Chavez’s when it comes to settling disputes on secret birth certificates.

Both Obama and Chavez surface on the Interpol confirmed information discovered on two retrieved laptop computers of dead Colombian FARC terrorist Raul Reyes.

Records of $300-million offerings from Chavez and a spate of his polite thank you notes dating back to 1992 were found on the laptops.

Computer records also make it clear that FARC terrorists were hoping and expecting that Barack Obama would win the US elections in November because he was most aligned, or perceived as sympathetic to the Colombian jungle Marxist group.

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - Full Story

United Arab Emirates and United Nations singing from the same page on climate change

HH Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed awarded “the world’s most prestigious environment award”, the Zayed International Prize for the Environment, carrying prize money of US $1 million, to Gro Harlem Bruntdland of Norway, yesterday.

But isn’t the Nobel Peace Prize awarded in 2007 to Al Gore and the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change “the world’s most prestigious environment award”?

Reading media releases “The Zayed International Prize for the Environment is now recognized internationally as one of the most important contributions of the United Arab Emirates towards global efforts to promote sustainable development.” (Italics CFP’s).

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, June 10, 2008 - Full Story

Bilderberg boys will decide who’s Obama’s “chosen” Veep

Obama and the BilderbergAlthough coming on like a freight train as the Messiah For Change, Barack Obama’s just another poodle of the powerbrokers when it comes to who will be his Veep.

  Visit to Mrs. Clinton notwithstanding, Obama’s in no position to play favours in the vice president department, the big boys will decide who fills that slot.

  “It has been announced that Bilderberg luminary and top corporate elitist James A. Johnson will select Democratic candidate Barack Obama’s running mate for the 2008 election and in turn potentially act as a kingmaker for America’s future president.” (Paul Joseph Watson, Prison Planet, May 23, 2008).

For the Bilderberg uninitiated, Johnson also selected John Kerry’s running mate John Edwards in 2004 after Edwards had impressed Bilderberg elitists Henry Kissinger and David Rockefeller with a speech he gave at the globalist conflab in Italy that year, says Prison Planet. 

By Judi McLeod - Friday, June 6, 2008 - Full Story

Pro-family crusader looks to PETA to take a stand against bestiality promoter

(Editor’s note: Some Canada Free Press readers may find the subject in this story objectionable.)

It seems that just about everyone has weighed in for his or her say now that homosexual activist Frank Kameny says that bestiality is OK if the animal approves.

Everyone that is other than the Ingrid Newkirk-led People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

In Kameny’s books bestiality is termed as “a harmless foible or idiosyncrasy of some people.  So as long as the animal doesn’t mind, I don’t mind, and I don’t see why anyone else should.”

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, June 4, 2008 - Full Story

CFP Identifies Lockerbie Secret Doc

Last year, the SCCRC granted the man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing a second appeal on the basis that his conviction may have been unsafe. Among the grounds justifying the decision, the Committee stated that the Crown had not given the defense access to a secret document which may be vital to establish the innocence of Megrahi.

The Westminster Government, not the Lord Advocate, has imposed a Public Interest Immunity certificate in order to prevent the defense to see the very document which justifies the second appeal in the first place.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Friday, May 30, 2008 - Full Story

Add even the earthquake news among China’s tainted products

From before it even happened, the coming news of the devastating China earthquake was being managed by the Communist Chinese government.

  In fact, the cadres of the Earthquake Bureau of Communist China held a major conference in Hangzhou on April 28, 2008—two weeks before the Sichuan earthquake.

  Suppressing news of earthquakes from the outside world was number one on the Conference agenda.

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, May 28, 2008 - Full Story

CDC cement cartel success boosts UK claimants

Minerals, Quarrying & Recycling, Issue date: May 16th, 2008

Investigators gathering evidence over alleged cement price fixing in the UK have been boosted by Heidelberg, Lafarge, Holcim, Cemex and three other cement producers losing their court bid in Germany to throw out a lawsuit over a price-fixing cartel.

By Guest Column - Saturday, May 17, 2008 - Full Story

Read bin Laden’s lips, Mr. Obama

No wonder why Democrats and their Hollywood friends have a strong dose of Obamamania.  On the very day Osama bin Laden sent word that for Al Qaeda the fight for the Palestinian cause was the most important factor driving its war with the west and what fueled 19 Muslims to carry out the suicide attacks against the United States on September 11, Barack Hussein Obama was blaming President George W. Bush of “the kind of appalling attack that’s divided our country and that alienates us from the world.”

Out on the hustings wannabe presidents don’t always get the message.  Here is the import of bin Laden’s message for campaign busy Obama: “To Western nations…this speech is to understand the core reason of the war between our civilization and your civilians, I mean the Palestinian cause.”

By Judi McLeod - Friday, May 16, 2008 - Full Story

CBC man will have to teach Al-Jazeera English before he gets into his sales pitch

Former Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) editor in chief Tony Burman, who is taking on a top post at news network Al-Jazeera English, will expand “Al-Jazeera’s vast audience reach into important new areas of the world, most notably North America.”

  Wadah Khantar, director general of the Al-Jazeera network, announced Burman’s appointment as managing editor on Wednesday.

  The ex-CBCer also said he would pursue “increased investment in investigative journalism, more provocative and insightful current affairs and expansion of the network’s large worldwide network of more than 60 news bureaus”.

By Judi McLeod - Friday, May 16, 2008 - Full Story

Finding Jihadists online requires the sleuthing of an Archangel

Internet JihadistsTime has proven anti-Jihadist Internet sleuth codename Archangel right: Congress: Al-Qaeda is using the Internet to recruit terrorists in the U.S.

Jihadists on the Internet are prolific, so much so that they mirror a line in use during the Cold War: “They’re everywhere!”

“In six years I have bookmarked some 6,000+jihadist websites and the list is still growing,” Archangel told Canada Free Press (CFP) last July.

And now just two months shy of one year later, the bipartisan report by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs has been unveiled by Senators Joe Lieberman ((I-Conn.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) at a press conference on Capitol Hill Thursday.

By Judi McLeod - Thursday, May 15, 2008 - Full Story

Colombian paramilitary leaders on plane headed for U.S.

The 14 paramilitary leaders, including United Self-Defense Forces’ leader Salvatore Mancuso are now enroute by special air flight to the USA.

  “They loaded them onto a plane about an hour ago at the military airport, Catam,” Bogota Free Planet publisher Ernesto Pardo told Canada Free Press (CFP) this morning.

  “Word here is that President Alvaro Uribe made the decision to send them to the U.S. in a hush-hush midnight meeting.  The government worked throughout the night collecting the leaders from their prison cells in different parts of the country.”

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - Full Story

Suspected terrorist makes mockery of Canadian justice

A suspected terrorist, rearrested for reasons unknown at the Brampton courthouse yesterday, took a hike from his trial, simply saying over his shoulder:  “I’m outta here”.

Even with news reports saying that the 20-year-old Islamic convert had tried to walk out of the mostly empty courtroom, his lawyer was denying the accuracy of the event.

  “It was not immediately clear why the young man was arrested during the court hearing.  Neither his lawyer, Mitchell Chernovsky, nor a spokesman for the government would comment in great detail about the day’s event.” (thestar.com, May 7, 2008).  “When asked about reports that the accused had fired him as his defence lawyer, Chernovsky said he was “unable to comment”.

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, May 7, 2008 - Full Story

Ceasefires in Islam: Not Always What They Seem to Be

It seems as though every other day we hear there is another “ceasefire” in the Middle East. This is chiefly because there is so much violent Islamofascist aggression throughout the Middle East but it is also because of something more. Just as there is no exact translation between the Arabic and English languages, we in the West would be wise to realize that this “inexactness” exists as a constant in the relationship between the cultures of Islam and Western Civilization. This convolution of conceptual understanding is aptly illustrated where the subject of military ceasefires is concerned.

By Frank Salvato - Saturday, May 3, 2008 - Full Story

Spielberg to Direct Lockerbie Bombing Movie

Legendary Hollywood director Steven Spielberg will direct a movie regarding the Dec. 21, 1988, bombing of Pan Am 103 over the town of Lockerbie in Scotland.

The movie is an adaptation of the book Flight 103,  written by former Israeli officer and MOSSAD agent Juval Aviv.

”I believe the book will have an impact around the world because what happened over Lockerbie that day affected so many people in so many countries, and continues to do so,” Aviv said a few weeks before the release of the book.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Friday, May 2, 2008 - Full Story