December, 2009

Now is the time for an Entrepreneurial Revolution

Although tongue and cheek, the opening statement points to a very serious matter in this country, the tendency towards risk-aversion.  It is going to be up to new entrepreneurs who are not afraid and motivated to put their ideas and money on the table.

By Guest Column Mark Borkowski- Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

The time is now to declare total war on Islamic extremism

Many patriots, within hours of the North West Airline near-disaster pointed to the waffling statements of Attorney General Eric Holder and Home Land Security Secretary Janet Napolitano…their excuses, failing to recognize reality, insisting that foreign, Islamic individuals creating disasters are criminal actions rather than acts of terror were astounding.  Obama’s weak “better not do that anymore” statements are worse than keeping quiet.

By News on the Net - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Obama’s Only Real Accomplishment

Let’s get it straight, behind all the hubbub and noise, the international trips and summits, the TV specials and constant addresses to the nation and any other nation that would let him in, the huge spending plans and the photoshoots—Barack Hussein Obama has accomplished only one thing in his first year in office.

By Daniel Greenfield - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

A world without Limbaugh

I hate to say this out loud. Upon hearing Rush Limbaugh was in the hospital and his condition serious, I felt a nervous twinge in my stomach. Dare I say it, I thought, “Oh my gosh, what if Rush was gone.” I could not help but think of the shocking passing of Michael Jackson. The next morning, I timidly turned on my TV. “Praise God!”, Rush is resting comfortably.

By Lloyd Marcus - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Moon Bats Mourn News about Rush Limbaugh


For the briefest of moments this morning, left wing nut balls all across America got a head start on the celebrations and hell-raising slated to ring in the New Year at midnight.

By John Lillpop - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

The Poles in the New World is a Huge Hit

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Canada Free Press longtime Sports Editor Edward Zawadzki’s new book, The Poles in the New World,  has been deemed a smash hit and publishers have ordered a second printing of the soon to be best seller only two weeks since the world launch of the book December 12th at the Broadway Market in Buffalo ,New York.

Zawadzki, a well known author and broadcaster based out of Toronto,  was found in the days before Christmas busily signing copies of his new hit at the impressive 80 thousand square foot Starsky’s supermarket and galleria located on Dundas St. and Winston Churchill Blvd. at the Missisauga–Oakville border.

By Guest Column - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Tall, Dark, and Handsome—but Hardly Presidential

For nigh unto three years, Barack Obama has cajoled, charmed, and captivated scores of millions of naive people throughout the world, including most of the mainstream media, into believing that he, and he alone, has the answers to the many problems that befuddle America and all of the world for that matter.

By John Lillpop - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Candles of Darkness

It was the last Monday of the year 2009, and at 5PM already dark here in Los Angeles.  The weather treated us nicely, so we stood with only one or two layers, signs in our hands (“We Stand with Israel”) along with US and Israeli flags and candles.

By Ari Bussel - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Obama: Lets Unionize the TSA

It seems that among the many tribulations faced by our president was the matter of finding time away from the golf course to fill top positions in two federal agencies responsible for keeping terrorists off of airplanes.

By Joy Tiz - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Basic American Principles

Rep. Susan Lynn, District 57, Tennessee

Principles are important - without them we get off track and lose our way. Many believe that our federal government has lost its way while others just don’t understand why so many object to the “change” taking place today.

By Guest Column Susan Lynn- Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Federal Court Slams Chicago for Zoning Abuse Against Community Church

A federal appeals court yesterday rebuked the City of Chicago for clout-laden practices against a small Christian church. The three- judge panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of appeals delivered the decision in favor of the World Outreach Conference Center (WOCC) in its case that claimed Chicago officials violated its constitutional rights by preventing it from continuing to use a 168 single-room occupancy units in a former YMCA building to house Hurricane Katrina victims and other needy people.

By Christian Newswire - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Book of the Decade: Nancy Pelosi’s, Going Rouge

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While the media and leftist pundits were preoccupied with trashing Governor Sarah Palin and her fabulously successful Going Rogue, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi actually produced the book of the decade.

By John Lillpop - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Reject the Green Job Myth

VANCOUVER: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) submitted its recommendations to the four Green Energy Advisory Task Forces today, calling for the rejection of green corporate welfare and a renewal of the past commitment to competitive electricity rates.

By Canadian Taxpayers Federation - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Thank you, CFP!

I’m so glad to see your publication online and find another venue for free speech and liberty!
Although many Americans ignore Canada and our media pimps act like Canada doesn’t exist…I believe there are many freedom loving Canadians who wish to see their land freed from corrupt government just as many Americans desire for a free America and personal liberties.

By News on the Net - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

2010’s Top Ten Myths

In no particular order, here are ten myths that will affect U.S. domestic and international policy in the year ahead.

By Alan Caruba - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

ABC Analysis – What I Know That the World Doesn’t

Today I’m going to discuss one of the most powerful investment concepts used by the greatest value investors in history. It’s simple to conceptualize, but incredibly difficult to practice – and it could be the most important.

Among investing friends and colleagues, I have referred to this concept for years as “What I know that the world doesn’t.”

Nothing is more powerful than information. Information provides an edge and is the basis of all investment decisions. How you obtain information and when is critical.

By Guest Column Kent Lucas- Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Resolutions for 2010: Honesty First

As the end of the year approaches many people take stock of the year that was and make resolutions for the year to come. If politicians did this they first would realize that there is much work to be done.

By Kevin Gaudet - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story

Radicalization is alive and well in the U.S.

As initially reported by this investigator on Canada Free Press and the Northeast Intelligence Network, authorities have been investigating U.S. links to Muslim terrorist Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab. As detailed in our update posted at 9:00 pm ET on December 25, 2009, we were the first to report that federal investigators were interviewing at least three other individuals said to be in the Detroit area in relation to this bombing plot.

By Doug Hagmann - Thursday, December 31, 2009 - Full Story