Judi McLeod

Copyright © Canada Free PressRSS Feed for Judi McLeod Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years' experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.Older articles by Judi McLeod

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The soured sisterhood of radical feminism writing and reading “The News”

Sep 24, 2008 — Judi McLeod

Heather Mallick, Rachel MaddowCanadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) columnist Heather Mallick, who recently described Sarah Palin supporters as “white trash”,  has a twin sister in MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow.

  Mallick, who also wrote that the Alaska governor “has a toned-downed version of the porn actress look favored by this decade’s woman,” had no basis in labeling Palin supporters as “white trash”.

  On a roll with News Bloggers-described “ratings through the roof”, Maddow had no basis to spin a scandal on Senator John McCain’s connections, through his aide’s firm, to beleaguered Freddie Mac.

Letters force CBC’s attention to Mallick’s Palin Backers “White Trash” diatribe

Sep 18, 2008 — Judi McLeod

Dozens of angry letter writers to Canada Free Press (CFP) against Heather Mallick’s malicious attack on Sarah Palin and her daughter, Bristol, have FINALLY drawn the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s attention to their out-of-line columnist!

Heather Mallick lives at CBC

Sep 18, 2008 — Judi McLeod

Heather Mallick(Editor’s Note: Some readers think that Palin-hating malcontent Mallick writes for the proudly pro-Palin Canada Free Press!)

For the record, this is the “journalist” who attacked Governor Sarah Palin as “white trash” and commended John Doyle “the cleverest critic in Canada” for coming right out and calling Palin an “Alaskan hillbilly”, writing “Damn his eyes, “I wish I’d had the wit to come up with it first.”

Malcontent Mallick, who has no wit save for the kind that crawls out of a sewer, fosters hatred for anything or anybody right of centre and is the owner of a potty mouth and a vicious pen dripping with cruelty.

Mallick, a Toronto-based columnist, author and lecturer, writes a weekly column for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).  The publicly-funded CBC leans so far to the left, some Canadians including Canada Free Press (CFP) call it the Communist Broadcasting Corporation.

Texans rebuilding their lives while Obama and Hollywood partied

Sep 17, 2008 — Judi McLeod

Hurricane IkeSince they can’t politicize the human misery left by Hurricane Ike as they did in Katrina,  election-bound politicians and their Hollywood fellow traveling dogs, ignore it.

  Their silence about the large scale human suffering in coastal Texas is one interrupted only by popping champagne corks and laughter.

  Difficult to believe that during the idle chatter of the idle elite at the $28,500-a-plate fundraiser for Barack Obama last night, legions of Texans still didn’t know when they would have a hot meal or even a bath.

Obama’s Hollywood fawning cabal is the same blame-America clique who seems to delight in the criticism sent America’s way.  Hatred of America by an outside world is their shameful legacy.  As a Canada Free Press letter writer pointed out last night, “When a disaster occurs ANYWHERE in the world, the United States is ALWAYS the first to offer assistance.  Name ONE country that offered any help to the Americans struck by this disaster!”

Obama campaign attempts Second Coming bumpersticker style

Sep 16, 2008 — Judi McLeod

image  With his proclivity for one-upmanship, he’d rather waltz than walk on water.  And now the campaign of Barack Hussein Obama is claiming all things to all faiths by “rolling out” the bumperstickers.

  In what has to be the boldest move since Christ drove the moneychangers out of the Temple, the Obama campaign, with apologies to none, is rolling out new “faith merchandise” for the masses.

“The Obama campaign is preparing rolling out a new line of “faith merchandise”—the latest move in an ambitious effort to win over religious voters.” (CNNPolitics.com, Sept. 15, 2008).

Lipstick in his holler

Sep 10, 2008 — Judi McLeod

imageWith apologies to Connie Francis, it seems that Barack Hussein Obama has more than a little lipstick in his holler.

  “You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig,” Obama said during a town-hall style meeting Tuesday.

  This from a guy who reminded New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, who made a crack about his big ears, that he was teased relentlessly “about my big ears” when he was a kid.

Or as Bizzy Blog so aptly put it, “this guy was still stewing 50 days later over four words about his ears.”

Riding “The Messiah’s” fraying coat-tails

Sep 8, 2008 — Judi McLeod

imageCanadian New Democratic Party (NDP) leader Jack Layton missed something when he traveled to the bogus Greek Temple of Barack Hussein Obama in Denver.  What Layton missed was the big change that was to come along the very next day.

  Caught up in Obamamania like your typical groupie, Layton was likely already heading back to the Land of the Maple Leaf when presidential hopeful John McCain, announced Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin as his VP, the morning after Obama’s acceptance speech.

  Since Layton’s return, there’s been an election call from Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Layton is riding “The Messiah’s” coattails to what he thinks will his fame and fortune at long last!

The Cockatoo who called Wolf

Sep 6, 2008 — Judi McLeod

Luna, the CockatooCanada Free Press is claiming Luna, the Cockatoo, as official mascot for its fledgling new website www.cfpcrimewatch.com.

  Crime Watch chronicles the antics of all the petty thieves, thugs, burglars, scam artists and murderers, none of whom—including Willie Lumpkin found by police and cut out of his crawl space by Buffalo police on the same day—would be smart enough to outwit Luna, the Cockatoo.

Determined to nab the killer and save the victim whose chilling cries of “Help me!” “Help me!” resonated out on the street, Trenton, New Jersey cops didn’t need bullets in bringing this perp under control. 

Neighbours hearing repeated cries for “Help” coming from a nearby house had reported the raucous cries to 911.

But lonesome Luna had only been trying to draw attention to the fact that she was home alone and didn’t much like it.  Calling attention to her lonely plight, she had begun squawking loudly, “Help me!” “Help me!” after her owners had to leave home for a doctor’s appointment.

Smut-hunting NY Times Limbo Dancing in Alaska

Sep 5, 2008 — Judi McLeod

image  In a 2008 revision of the Limbo dance, the dance often mistakenly attributed to Hawaii but having originated on the Island of Trinidad, the New York Times is proving “how low it can go”.

  The NY Times is dispatching a group of its top “investigative journalists”, fanning them across the State of Alaska looking for dirt on Palin and Republicans in a desperate bid to take the wheels off of John McCain’s little red wagon.

  The specter of NY Times reporters, so recently weaned off their Starbucks latte-coffees, is even more laughable than the ABC Terry Moran gaffe that gave Barack Obama a “white father in Kenya” and a “white father in Kansas”.

Obama in the Palin fanclub less than one short month ago!

Sep 4, 2008 — Judi McLeod

imageWhile he was Algore envy green when Sarah Palin addressed the Republic National Convention last night, Barack Obama was in Governor Palin’s cheering squad last month.

  It was only in August when presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama was touting the Alaska natural gas pipeline!

  Masters of wiping out inconvenient truths on the Internet, the Obama campaign can’t wipe out the words of the Alaska News.

“Obama included the project in the energy plan he announced this week, calling for working “with the Canadian government to finally build the Alaska natural gas pipeline, delivering clean natural gas and creating good jobs in the process.”

Obama’s real birth certificate

Sep 3, 2008 — Judi McLeod

To quote an overly used line from the drive-by media, Obama is “the son of a black man from Kenya” and “a white man from Kansas”.

RCMP officers stood for hours outside Greyhound Bus while a young man’s body was being mutila

Sep 2, 2008 — Judi McLeod

Royal Canadian Police (RCMP) officers, who attended the grisly scene of the young man brutally beheaded on a Greyhound Bus in southern Manitoba, will have to answer why they did not rush alleged killer Vincent Li over a period of several hours.

Saul Alinsky’s son: “Obama learned his lesson well”

Sep 2, 2008 — Judi McLeod

Saul Alinsky, Barack ObamaIn Artful Dodger style, Barack Obama, plays down his mentorship with Communist author Saul Alinsky.  But Alinsky’s son, L. David Alinsky, credits Obama for “learning his lesson well” from the Communist guru.

  Indeed, Alinsky Jr. who credits his late father for the success of last week’s Democratic National Convention, may have done something that Obama’s detractors couldn’t: blown the cover on the presidential hopeful’s communist leanings.

  No one can blame Alinsky for the pretentiousness of the Ancient Greek Temple from which Obama addressed plebes, or for the tacky neon colours on display at the Pepsi Centre, but it was Alinsky who wrote Rules for Radicals, the bible of the far left.

Half-brother George Obama is what Barack Obama pretends to be

Aug 29, 2008 — Judi McLeod

George ObamaMy Las Vegas-based, internationally syndicated colleague Steve Miller sent me a video last night, which introduces Barack Obama’s half-brother George to the world from faraway Kenya.

  The video is touted by CNN as the “first televised interview of Obama’s half brother”.

  While the Democrats were grooming Barack Obama for his Big Night in Denver, CNN must have been tracking down the half-brother who Italian Vanity Fair discovered living in Kenya some two weeks ago.

  Whether intended that way or not, the George Obama interview, I think is the best thing CNN ever did.

New Democratic Party leader Layton goes groupie in Obama’s Denver

Aug 28, 2008 — Judi McLeod

imageNew Democratic Party (NDP) leader Jack Layton is a Barack Obama groupie.

With Prime Minister Stephen Harper preparing to call an election, Smilin’ Jack arrived in Denver yesterday.

  When Obama accepts his nomination in his Ancient Greek Temple setting tonight, Layton will be waving a blue and white placard with Obama’s name.

  “Democrats here are talking about the same kind of change we’re talking about in Canada,” said Layton.  “Whether it’s real action on climate change, forging trade policies that work for working families or standing up for jobs and better health care, there’s a real desire here to put the concerns of the kitchen table ahead of the boardroom table.”

No baby cooing or “Less than One Minute Old” lyrics for Michelle’s DNC exit

Aug 27, 2008 — Judi McLeod

imageRight down to the exit song, it was a Mrs. June Cleaver scenario for Mrs. Barack Obama at the Denver Pepsi Centre Monday night.

  Many women watching wept according to yesterday’s blogs.  In the finale after Michelle’s keynote speech, Barack’s family waved to Daddy when he appeared on satellite video asking the audience “How about Michelle Obama?” immediately after his greeting, “Hello from Kansas City.”

  But Mrs. Cleaver would never have served up a Marxist message in her brownies.

As a letter writer to Canada Free Press (CFP) pointed out, “Not once but three times she stated that her husband once told her that there is a significant difference between “what the world is and what the world should be”.

Parents of son missing since Sunrise Propane explosion beg Canada to let them visit explosion site

Aug 26, 2008 — Judi McLeod


Call to CFP from India this morning. Visas issued by Canada Immigration!

The Canadian government should allow the wife and son of Rajinder Singh Saini to accompany him to Canada to help investigate the fate of their son, Parminder missing since the Toronto Sunrise Propane explosion.

  Canadian authorities approved a visa for Rajinder to come to Canada, but refused visas for his wife and son.

  “We do not want my father to have to travel to Canada alone in his emotional state without our moral support. 

“It’s been 15 long days already and we cannot sleep at night.  It is not a laptop that I lost, it is my brother and my parents’ son that is lost.”

He is tired, he is worried and he is heartbroken,” Parminder’s 33-year-old brother Bikramjit told Canada Free Press (CFP) in a telephone interview from Bathinda (Punjab) India last night.

Pompous pomp at Pepsi Center

Aug 25, 2008 — Judi McLeod

imageIt’s DNC time in Denver. Time to replace Barack Hussein Obama’s halo with a crown.

  This morning signs with the single word “Unity” were stacked up and ready for delegate pick up outside the Denver Pepsi Center.  The public squabbling between the Obama and Clinton camps is, at least ostensibly, over. 

Make that over on the convention floor.  Outside, it continues with groups like Clintons4McCain taking the battle all the way to Election Day.

  Meanwhile back at the proverbial ranch, Hillary Clinton, who deems Joe Biden “a good man, a wise man, an experienced man”, will prove she doesn’t resent being passed over for VP. 

Denver’s Street People, known at other times as the homeless have all had their haircuts, been spiffed up and talcumed over with pretty smelling powder.  Those who haven’t been are hidden out of sight, staring at rented plasma television screens.

  It doesn’t matter to which God Democrats pray.  At the DNC Allah and Mother Earth are on the same platform.  It’s all Interfaith now, so pray, Brothers and Sisters, pray.

By the end of the day the mainstream media message will go out: There never was any disunity in the lead up to the DNC and anyone who says there was must be a blogger or a raging conspiracy theorist. 

Another bacterial infection outbreak in Canadian nursing homes

Aug 21, 2008 — Judi McLeod

imageListeriosis—a bacterial infection that can be lethal to the elderly and unborn children—is on the prowl in Canada.
Health authorities have traced it to Maple Leaf packaged meats. (See Maple Leaf products on recall here).
At least one person is dead and 16 others have fallen ill across Canada.  That number could increase as health units across submit reports.
Listeriosis, which seems to strike people in long-term facilities, is caused by the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes, found in soil, vegetation, animal feed and feces.

Global company offers free data retrieval for Torontonians evacuated by propane explosion

Aug 20, 2008 — Judi McLeod

If you are one of the people whose computer was lost to the recent Sunrise Propane explosion in Toronto, don’t give up.

  Experts have retrieved vital data from computers in the most unlikely of situations.