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Bush’s Vision Requires A West Bank Subdivision

Subdivision of the West Bank between Jewish and Arab claimants has always been an essential ingredient of President Bush’s 2002 vision to create a new Arab State between Israel and Jordan.

By David Singer - Thursday, June 12, 2008 - Full Story

Bush’s Vision Requires A West Bank Subdivision

Subdivision of the West Bank between Jewish and Arab claimants has always been an essential ingredient of President Bush’s 2002 vision to create a new Arab State between Israel and Jordan.

By David Singer - Thursday, June 12, 2008 - Full Story

Zimbabwe Police Raid Christian Offices

By Michelle A. Vu, Christian Post Reporter

Police raided Zimbabwe Christian Alliance offices on Monday and arrested five staff members for interrogation, the group reported.

By Guest Column Michelle A. Vu- Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - Full Story

Time to muzzle free-speech deniers

By Rebecca Walberg, Policy Analyst, Frontier Centre for Public Policy

This week, the British Columbia Human Rights Commission began its hearing of a complaint against Maclean’s magazine.  The particular issue – whether Maclean’s infringed upon the human rights of some Canadian Muslims by publishing an excerpt from a best-selling book – represents a collision of Canada’s traditional and cherished freedom of the press with the demands of a growing and vocal Canadian minority.

By Guest Column Rebecca Walberg- Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - Full Story

Why Europe Has No Spine!

The men of Europe conquered and colonized most of the world,  and while they are derided by some for the abuses colonization often created, many a “native” people would still be dancing naked round campfires and eating each other had it not been for European influence. (Although it must be pointed out that despite the Europeans best efforts in some places like the deep Amazon and Papau, New Guinea New folks still dance naked round camp fires and still do eat each other)!

By Guest Column William Wong ND, PhD.- Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - Full Story

Another Blow to Leftism in Europe

I recently wrote an article, The Decline of Leftism in Europe, which outlined just how badly the Left in Europe has done in elections since Operation Iraqi Freedom:  A conservative ousted a Leftist as President of Germany, then a conservative ousted a Leftist as Chancellor of Germany, then a conservative pro-American ousted an anti-American (Chirac) as President of France, then a conservative pro-American ousted a Leftist as Prime Minister of Italy .

By Bruce Walker - Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - Full Story

Carbon prices in Europe highest in two years

LEIGH PHILLIPS, EU Observer

Carbon prices in the European Union have hit their highest level in two years on the back of spiralling oil prices.

By Guest Column - Monday, June 9, 2008 - Full Story

The Belated Message from the IAEA on Iran

Ephraim Asculai,  and Emily B. Landau , INSS Insight

On May 26, 2008 the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) circulated a technical and factual report on Iran, devoid almost entirely of political overtones. The IAEA report gives prominence to the major issue of the day – Iran’s unrelenting progress in its uranium enrichment program – but also highlights an additional serious issue of concern: Iran’s secret weapons development activities. The unprecedented level of concern included in the report reflects and furthers tendencies that first emerged last February, when new material was handed over to the IAEA regarding Iran’s involvement in weaponization studies. On the basis of briefings at the IAEA in this regard, suspicions have increased within the organization that Iran is proceeding with its nuclear development program, and the program could eventually yield nuclear weapons. True, the signs were there long ago; unfortunately, their recognition by the IAEA has come quite late in the day.


Holocaust Misrepresentations a concern of “Righteous” Poles

Mietek (Mike) Madejski (left) and Wanda Lorenc (center)Glen Head, N.Y. .. Mietek (Mike) Madejski (left) and Wanda Lorenc (center) presented a copy of Andrew Hempel’s “Poland in World War II” to each of the students graduating from the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Polish Supplementary School affiliated with St. Hyacinth’s parish in Glen Head, N.Y.  Here they are shown displaying the book to Janusz Grabarz, director of the school.

Mr. Madejski and Mrs. Lorenc were part of the Polish underground resistance (Armia Krajowa) and fought against the Germans during the Warsaw Uprising of August, 1944 where more than 200,000 Poles were killed.

By Frank Milewski Frank Milewski- Monday, June 9, 2008 - Full Story

Harvard’s Krister Stendahl died, Liberal to the close

Harvard Divinity School’s Krister Stendahl died on April 15, 2008. He was the former Dean and Mellon Professor of Divinity Emeritus at Harvard. He died at 86.

By Grant Swank - Sunday, June 8, 2008 - Full Story

Russian Court Laughs in Katyn Victims’ Face

Wacław Radziwinowicz, www.wyborcza.pl, Moscow

Only those killed in Katyn could personally apply to be recognised as victims of political reprisals and rehabilitated. Their descendants don’t have that right, a court in Moscow said yesterday.

By Guest Column - Sunday, June 8, 2008 - Full Story

Cocaine use rises after three years of decline

COCAINE use among young people in Britain is on the rise after three years of decline, a survey showed last week. More than one fifth of 16 to 24 year-olds admitted using the drug once a month in the latest figures for 2005/2006 compared 17/2 per cent in 2003/2004, according to the European Union’s drugs agency. 

Meanwhile, cannabis use in the UK has fallen from 46.9 per cent in 2003/2004 to 41.2 per cent. 



By Guest Column Gerd Treuhaft- Sunday, June 8, 2008 - Full Story

Christians driven by hope

No matter the circumstances in one’s life or society, the Christian is driven by hope.

By Grant Swank - Saturday, June 7, 2008 - Full Story

Robert Mugabe accuses West of trying to starve him out

President Mugabe attacked Britain and its allies for using sanctions to create the conditions for “illegal regime change”

By Guest Column - Friday, June 6, 2008 - Full Story

Obama Torpedoes The Palestinian State

Presidential Nominee Barack Obama took only 14 words to effectively ‘put paid to’ the idea that a third Palestinian State - in addition to Israel and Jordan - will be created during his term as President if he wins the forthcoming election in November.

By David Singer - Friday, June 6, 2008 - Full Story

Gaza Strip: Unknown Assailants Attack Christian School

Compass Direct News
An attack on a Christian school in Gaza last weekend has created fear among the strip’s tiny religious minority, a Palestinian Christian said.

By Guest Column - Thursday, June 5, 2008 - Full Story

Gorbachev calls for purge museum

By Richard Galpin, BBC News, Moscow

The Soviet Union’s last leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, has signed a petition for a museum to commemorate the millions of victims of communist repression.

By Guest Column - Thursday, June 5, 2008 - Full Story

Britain has gone Poker Crazy

Britain has gone poker crazy with one in four adults playing in the last year, a study revealed. One in 14 join a game every day and one in seven play at least once a week.

By Guest Column Gerd Treuhaft- Thursday, June 5, 2008 - Full Story

The Arrest of Morgan Tsvangirai

We note with great worry the incessant insistency of Robert Mugabe to undermine the democratic processes in Zimbabwe, and condemn unreservedly the myopic and diabolical acts which Mugabe has sought and resorted to in order to make people boycott the forth coming runoff Presidential elections.

By Guest Column - Thursday, June 5, 2008 - Full Story

TIME FOR AN OIL CHANGE—AND FAMILY FINDING

Oil and filter change—$12.95! What a deal.

By Grant Swank - Wednesday, June 4, 2008 - Full Story