Canada’s Big Mistake

Canada barred Dr. Srdja Trifkovic from entering Canada last week to speak at the University of British Columbia after being invited by the Serbian Students Association. Trifkovic is a hero to Serbs because he was a staunch supporter in their fight against NATO and the Muslims in Kosovo.

This is all the more surprising because Canada’s Maj Gen General Lewis Mackenzie has long said “We Bombed The Wrong Side – Kosovo’s Independence Immoral”. Here is a video interview that was done three years ago.

By Ted Belman - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

F-35 Money Pit

Why should Canada bail out the F-35 Money Pit? Of little use in Canada’s airspace, the F-35 is described by US aerospace analysts as “too big to fail”.  In January, US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said the F-35B “should be cancelled” if the costly delays of the main variant are not corrected within two years. The F-35 is the Lehmann Brothers of the US defense industry.

By News on the Net - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Agenda 21 and ICLEI booted

You may have already heard that Carroll County Maryland and Amador County California have booted Agenda 21 and ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives).  Both counties had entered into agreements with ICLEI to implement Agenda 21to make their counties “sustainable.”

By Henry Lamb - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story


I belong to a group believing the Constitution is more than a series of Burma Shave signs on America’s historical highway. “We the people stomp and shout but when it’s needed the Constitution’s out” – Bummer Shave”. Tacky, I know but we’re living in the interesting times the Chinese Curse spoke about.

New Zealand = New Madrid?

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By Guest Column - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Sierra Leoneans Welcome Mercy Ships into Port of Freetown

imageFreetown, Sierra Leone— This week marks the fifth time in 18 years that Freetown has welcomed a Mercy Ship; this time it is the Africa Mercy – the world’s largest non-governmental hospital ship.  For the next ten months, Mercy Ships is offering its state-of-the-art hospital ship – with six operating theaters, lab, pharmacy, 78 beds, and an outpatient clinic – to partner alongside the Sierra Leonean government.  The ship will provide free health care to the people of Sierra Leone and training for health care workers until November 2011.

In response to an invitation from the President of Sierra Leone, Ernest Bai Koroma, Mercy Ships program strategy has been carefully aligned with the country’s current five-year health care plan.

By Guest Column - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Last living US WWI vet dies in W. Va. at age 110

AP, Fox News

imageMORGANTOWN, W.Va. –  Frank Buckles was repeatedly rejected by military recruiters and got into uniform at 16 after lying about his age. He would later become the last surviving U.S. veteran of World War I.

Buckles, who also survived being a civilian POW in the Philippines in World War II, died of natural causes Sunday at his home in Charles Town, biographer and family spokesman David DeJonge said. He was 110.

By Guest Column - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Dub: Camping Out Alone…for the first time…Poor Dude

Good morning to ya’ll this morning. Welcome back to Ridin’ Out the Recession in Miz Judi’s Kitchen with Deb and I both. I sure hope everyone’s doing fine today!

I was checking ole Deb out this morning listening to what she had to say to you good people. I think she did a fine job with her column this morning, on a subject that we both feel very strongly on…our children and our grandchildren!

By Dub and Deb - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Wind power: questionable benefits, concealed impacts

America is running out of natural gas. Prices will soar, making imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) and T Boone Pickens’ wind farm plan practical, affordable and inevitable. That was then.

By Paul Driessen - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Polish and US Forces bond through weapons

GHAZNI PROVINCE – “This was most likely the first time U.S. Soldiers had an opportunity to shoot from our rifles,” said Polish Battle Group A, Lt. Węcławowicz. “They had a lot of fun, which was the main goal of this competition - to enjoy it.”

By Guest Column Written by 2nd Lt. Laura Childs, Texas ADT IV- Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Cairo Viewed from Gaza: Too Soon to Celebrate

Dramatic popular uprisings across the Arab world have overshadowed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in recent weeks. Nevertheless, last week’s exchange of fire across the Gaza-Israel border, including the firing of Grad rockets at Beer Sheva and Israel Air Forces strikes at targets in Gaza, serves as a reminder that the potential for violent confrontation on that front remains. Indeed, because of the historical connection between Egypt and Gaza, there has been speculation that the overthrow of Egyptian President Husni Mubarak, by further emboldening Hamas, may well contribute to that outcome. Some linkage no doubt exists, but whether it will actually operate in that manner remains in doubt.

By INSS Mark A. Heller- Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Solar ‘Gold Rush’ in U.K. May Die With Incentive Roll-Back

By Alex Morales and Marc Roca, Bloomberg News

Cornwall, the poorest county in England, said five months ago it expected a “gold rush” of $1.6 billion in solar energy investments. Now, the U.K. government may get in the way.

By News on the Net - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

It’s time we rise to the level of our nation’s Founders!

Conservative patriots of the United States of America have long revered our Founding Fathers.  Because of their principled and well-thought-out Constitution and Bill of Rights, our country has been blessed by God as a beacon of freedom and opportunity for the entire world.  With the current assault from within our borders and within of our government, it is time that we rise to the level of our nation’s Founders.

By A.J. Cameron - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Grand Canyon, Arizona

imageWhen 16th century Spanish conquistador García López de Cárdenas stepped out of the towering ponderosa pines that blanket the South Rim of the grandest of canyons and stared dumfounded at that reddish convoluted maw, stared in disbelief at the depth and width and breadth of that crinkly crack, he most assuredly was moved with a profound sense of humility like counted millions since his day that have paid homage from the corners of planet earth.

Like many in contemporary society, Cardenas struggled for words to describe this geologic anomaly, this thing, this increasingly polluted void carved out of the Colorado Plateau over the course of eons that has brought man to the brink of tears with its incomprehensible beauty.

By John Treadwell Dunbar - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

National Education Association to Double Members’ Dues Spent on Politics

Even as it tops the list of organizations spending money on political causes, the National Education Association (NEA) is planning to double the amount of its members’ dues spent on politics so that it can spend yet more on political campaigns — and all left-wing causes to boot.

By Warner Todd Huston - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

VIDEO: Calif. Union Goon Pushes Tea Partier While Yelling About ‘Fascists’ has the startling tale of a Teamster Jacket-wearing union goon attacking a Tea Party member at a protest held in Sacramento, California.

By Warner Todd Huston - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

How Al-Jazeera Kills Americans

The U.S. media propaganda campaign in favor of Al-Jazeera getting on more American television networks, stations and cable systems has reached Time magazine and The Washington Post. But the shocking truth about this Arab government-funded “news” network may still get out through congressional hearings arranged by Rep. Peter King, chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security.

By Cliff Kincaid - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Ho Hum Olbermann Launches FOK News Channel

Almost one month after abruptly leaving MSNBC Keith Olbermann launched his much awaited (by liberals) website the FOK News Channel.

By Don Irvine - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Canada’s economy without manufacturing: a car with no engine

In the upcoming federal budget, we’ll hear a lot of discussion about “tax breaks for big business” and how we can’t afford them. But as corporate taxes become a political hot potato, we risk losing sight of some pretty compelling facts.

By News on the Net Michael Bourque, Chemistry Industry Association of Canada- Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story

Become more involved in your children’s lives

Welcome back to Miz Judi’s Kitchen. I hope all are doing well today. Thank you for coming back to visit with us once again.

It’s another beautiful day here in Florida, sunny and warm. Now I would like to take a few moments to talk with you all about our kids.

By Dub and Deb - Monday, February 28, 2011 - Full Story