Why President Bush Sided With Mexican Killers

The U.S. Supreme Court’s hearing of the case, Medellin v. Texas, has reminded the American people of President Bush’s terrible tendency to put the foreign interests of Mexico above those of the United States. But the case, being heard on October 10, is significant for another reason. It demonstrates the dangers of passing global treaties and getting involved with international courts and tribunals.

By Cliff Kincaid - Thursday, October 11, 2007 - Full Story

Harper Cons N.S. into New Accord Deal

Stephen Harper announced today that he has reach deal with Nova Scotia Premier Rodney MacDonald over offshore revenues. In doing so he claims to have successfully ended an ongoing dispute by guaranteeing the province it will not lose revenue from its Atlantic Accord contract due to changes in the equalization formula brought into effect in the last federal budget.

By Myles Higgins - Thursday, October 11, 2007 - Full Story

Tory the TINO has to go

It is often said that people get the government that they deserve. And no one deserves another four years of a Dalton McGuinty majority government more than those small “c” conservatives and members of the Progressive Ontario Party of Ontario who “held their noses” and supported the Tories. The results of last night’s election is further proof of the theory that I have always held - that there is something wrong with a society that makes it a criminal offence to drive with 90 milligrams of alcohol per every 100 millilitres of blood but it is perfectly legal to get dead drunk and vote for a party leader who can potentially become the prime minister of Canada or a provincial premier.

By Arthur Weinreb - Thursday, October 11, 2007 - Full Story

Liberals rush to ban Rush

When the angry left’s lap dogs are told to heel, they readily obey.  So as liberal bloggers got their undies in a twist over broadcaster Rush Limbaugh using the term “phony soldiers,” Congressional involvement was predictable.

By Michael Bates - Thursday, October 11, 2007 - Full Story

Issues BIGGER than Myself

I’m human and I’m very American. I have the capacity to be self-centered and self-indulgent. It would be easier to serve my own interests than to focus on interests greater than myself. I don’t like anyone as much as I like myself. Yet somehow, I feel compelled at this moment in history, to think about issues BIGGER than myself. And I’m feeling lonely…

By JB Williams - Thursday, October 11, 2007 - Full Story

Oregon Church Sets Example for Christian Capitalism

When Pastor Eric Bahme and his wife left his church and home in Seattle, where he served as pastor for close to 15 years, and settled in the Portland, Oregon, he took a giant step in faith.

By Jim Kouri - Thursday, October 11, 2007 - Full Story

Amateur intelligence delivery methods by web sleuths, not White House, responsible for intelligence

The “al Qaeda video leak” causing so much consternation in intelligence circles is not only shameful, but is being used to cast a good deal of blame where it does not belong—at the White House. At issue is the Osama bin Laden video of September 6 or September 7, 2007; the details of which are well summarized in an article by the Washington Post.

By Doug Hagmann - Thursday, October 11, 2007 - Full Story

American Hero Who Set Fire to Mexican Flag Charged With Burning Rubbish

imageSan Antonio, Texas is home to the Alamo and one hellacious American hero named David Bohmfalk.

When illegal aliens marched through the streets of America to demand “rights,” and to protest the rule of law in America, Bohmfalk started paying attention. Knowing that American politcians were actually proposing amnesty for the marching thugs ignited a fire of patriotism in Bohmfalk.

By John Lillpop - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Happy Columbus Day: Muslims discovered America

North America may be reviled as ‘the Land of the Infidels’, but according to Muslim Imam, al-Hajj Talib ‘Abdur-Rashid, it is the Muslims and not the seafaring Columbus who discovered it.

This tops the whopper category edging out Islam claims that Moses was not a Jew but the first Muslim.

  “(A) ncient Arabic (Muslim) language maps, Native American tribes with African names and words clearly embedded in their languages, statues, diaries, artifacts, etc. destroy European imperialistic notions of history rooted in White Supremacy…those very same Muslim African explorers…who were already present in the Caribbean and North America, before the bearers of the Cross arrived,” elaborates this enlightened Imam.” (Political Mavens.com, Sept. 21, 2007).

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

White farmers in court for growing crops

By Peta Thornycroft, in Johannesburg, The Telegraph

Ten white farmers appeared in court in Zimbabwe yesterday accused of growing crops on their land—in a country where millions of people will need food aid within the next few months.

By Guest Column - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

German Jews: Drop Iranian-born soccer player who won’t play in Israel

By Assaf Uni (Berlin) and Anshel Pfeffer, Haaretz Correspondents and Reuters
Germany’s leading Jewish organization has called for an Iranian-born player to be dropped from Germany’s under-21 national soccer team for withdrawing from an upcoming match against Israel.

By Guest Column - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Republicans and Independents Think Media Skews Left

imageGallup News Service has just released a new poll that supports what we hear every day; the Media is perceived as left leaning. Yet, for a report on how the media leans left, titling their piece “Republicans Remain Deeply Distrustful of News Media” and subtitling it “Democrats much more positive,” even Gallup’s article seems to skew left. After all, when the poll results are reviewed it shows that both Republicans and independents are “distrustful of the media,” not just Republicans. And that fact would tend to show that more people think that the media is leftist than don’t.

By Warner Todd Huston - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Miracles Of Modern Technology

On Sunday, I watched Comrade Commissar Queen Pelosi (Progressive-Peoples Republic of Kalifornia) in an FNC interview.

By Guest Column Malcolm Hedges- Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

How to fix our democracy

Over the years our democracy has fallen into stagnation due to politicians who make a career out of being in office and bureaucrats that fail to be held responsible for what happens to the money with which they are entrusted by taxpayers.  In fact, The Government has become a force unto itself, some omnipresent and omnipotent entity to which the citizens pay homage.

By Klaus Rohrich - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

America Occupied by 38 Million Illegal Aliens!

Most Americans were alarmed by the fact that 12 twelve million illegal aliens have invaded our nation and are occuping American soil.

By John Lillpop - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Can A Christian Pray To Allah

George W. Bush was twice elected President of the United States with great assistance from evangelical Christians, who, almost universally, believed he was a born-again believer. Many still hold onto that belief. In fact, evangelical Christians compose the bulk of the ever-shrinking base of support Bush has left. This is due almost exclusively to this belief that Bush is a born-again Christian.

By Guest Column Chuck Baldwin- Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Tidal Wave Rolls Over Newfoundland and Labrador

It may not have been a tsunami, but the big blue wave that swept over Newfoundland and Labrador on Tuesday will certainly be felt for years to come.

By Myles Higgins - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Bush Ambushed by Arab Perfidy

President Bush, supposedly the world’s most powerful man, is being humiliated and hung out to dry by the Palestinian Authority and the Arab League as they use their collective muscle to try and change the focus and possibly cause the cancellation of next month’s international meeting called by the President.

By David Singer - Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Savaging Signing Statements

Charlie Savage came to national prominence this year for the series of articles he wrote on presidential signing statements.  These articles would earn Savage, the Washington correspondent for The Boston Globe, a Pulitzer Prize.

By Guest Column Aaron Goldstein- Wednesday, October 10, 2007 - Full Story

Leak Severed a Link to Al-Qaeda’s Secrets

By Joby Warrick, Washington Post Staff Writer
A small private intelligence company that monitors Islamic terrorist groups obtained a new Osama bin Laden video ahead of its official release last month, and around 10 a.m. on Sept. 7, it notified the Bush administration of its secret acquisition. It gave two senior officials access on the condition that the officials not reveal they had it until the al-Qaeda release.

By Guest Column - Tuesday, October 9, 2007 - Full Story