March, 2011

Glaciers growing on Mt. Shasta

Although the media has done a great job of covering this up, the inconvenient fact is that all seven glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing. This includes Whitney Glacier, the state’s largest.

By Guest Column Robert Felix- Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Agenda 21 In One Easy Lesson

Awareness of Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development is racing across the nation as citizens in community after community are learning what their city planners are actually up to. As awareness grows, I am receiving more and more calls for tools to help activists fight back. Many complain that elected officials just won’t read detailed reports or watch long videos. “Can you give us something that is quick, and easy to read that we can hand out,” I’m asked.

By Tom Deweese - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Canada’s dilemma on Cuba

The recent release of Dr. Oscar Biscet and the two remaining prisoners of conscience from Cuban jails could mark a turning point in the recent history of Cuba.

By Nelson Taylor Sol - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Libyan rebels have questionable history, says intelligence source

A former U.S. intelligence officer now serving as a director of corporate security for a multi-national corporation tells the Law Enforcement Examiner that he’s aware of the identity of some of the Libyan rebels fighting Col. Moamar Khadhafi’s military forces and they are not the freedom-loving patriots the Obama administration claims they are.

By Jim Kouri - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

10 Reasons Why President Obama Has Failed As An Effective Leader

According to a Quinnipiac University poll of registered voters released Wednesday, President Barack Obama’s approval ratings have reached a new low at 42%. His disapproval rating was 48%. Half of those surveyed for the poll do not think that the president deserves a second term in office.

By Joseph A. Klein, CFP United Nations Columnist - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Doug Giles: Raising Righteous & Rowdy Girls

There is something endearing about conservatives that don’t mince words, who aren’t afraid to take the battle to today’s liberals with almost reckless abandon. When you mention these sterling knights of no-nonsense, you have to include Doug Giles. Giles, a Town Hall columnist and host of Clash Radio is not bashful about taking his beliefs on the road to Americans across the country. In 2009, heartland radio listeners got an opportunity to hear Giles’ unabashed pro-Americanism on my radio program, Conscience of Kansas. The Miami pastor filled the radio studio with a spirit of bold American grit.

By Paul Ibbetson - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Morons Who Hate Oil

It may seem harsh to call people who actively spread lies about oil “morons”, but that assumes they do so out of ignorance as opposed to those who do so for some crazed “environmental” reason that is so out of touch with reality it invites scorn.

By Alan Caruba - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

The Enemy

One who feels hatred toward, intends injury to, or opposes the interests of another; a foe; A hostile power or force; A member or unit of such a force.

By Dr. Gerald Stephens - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

The Problems with Obama:  From NBC to Overt Support of Terrorists

One thing that I can say positively about the current resident of We-the-People’s White House is that Obama has been and is still successful in his unwavering pursuit of the dismantling and demolition of the USA.  And, thus far, the majority feckless eunuchs in Congress have cowered in their corners and refused to stop the Marxist-Leninist Obama from achieving his goal of continuing the Obama Doctrine; which is “Anything—including any and all crises—that can damage and/or help destroy the United States of America.”  For decades, courage has not been in prominent supply in the once-hallowed halls of Congress.  Tragically, that still remains so today.

By Sher Zieve - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Update: Vietnamese Christian lawyer released

(Source: VOM-USA)

Nguyen Van Dai, a Vietnamese human rights lawyer and religious freedom advocate was recently released after serving his four-year sentence. Van Dai, arrested in March 2007 on accusations relating to his defense of religious freedom (click here for more information), must still fulfill a four-year administrative, or “house arrest,” sentence.

By Guest Column - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

12 Pints of Butter Canned Today

Good morning, and welcome back to Coverin’ the Bases! We’re glad you guys stopped back in to see us!

I tell you what, since Deb and I, along with the help and support from the Canada Free Press, which they still do by the way, Hey Judi and Brian, this project has been a testimonial to us of the goodness in our friend’s and neighbor’s hearts!! This is how it is supposed to be, friends helping friends through thick and thin!

By Dub and Deb - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Ontario Budget Hits Some Right Notes, But Raises Debt Concerns

Toronto,  The Ontario government’s March 29, 2011 budget deserves commendation for adhering to a coherent, growth-friendly plan to keep down the effective tax rate on business investment and for targeting a return to surplus, but the schedule for doing so, by 2017/18, is problematic, according to a C.D. Howe Institute e-briefreleased today.

By Guest Column James Fleming, C.D. Howe Institute- Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Who determines the Issues of an election?

All year individuals and families contact their local MP’s office with the concerns that affect their daily lives and these issues are important to them not just on an appointed election date. Some of these issues never get any attention or they are shuffled off to some office or staff member that cannot resolve the concerns of the individual and on Election Day they will never be resolved.

By News on the Net - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Remembering Terri Schindler Schiavo

NAPA, Calif.,  This year marks 6 years since the tragic and untimely death of Terri Schindler Schiavo by dehydration and starvation at the hands of her husband. Life Legal Defense Foundation’s Board of Directors and staff want to honor Terri’s memory by once again remembering Terri on the anniversary of her death, March 31. We will never forget Terri, nor will we forget her family’s valiant efforts to save her life.

Life Legal was privileged to assist the Schindler family in the fight for Terri’s life and as the years go by we continue to receive calls from families in similar situations. Life Legal Defense Foundation Board Member, attorney Brian Chavez Ochoa, litigated one such case on behalf of Suzanne Emrich. Mr. Ochoa filed a petition that requested the court order nutrition and hydration restored to Ms. Emrich’s cousin, Janet Rivera, who for nine days was denied food and fluids. The petition was granted, and Ms. Rivera’s life was saved.

By Christian Newswire - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Goofy Green Ghouls are Grandstanding on Gas

Drew Hutton, the King of the Greens in Queensland, has been arrested for trying to save farmland from Big Gas.

But it was the same Grandstanding Greens who started the gas boom with their baseless war on coal.

By Viv Forbes - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Obama’s ineligibility for dummies

imageOn August 28, 2008, Representative Nancy Pelosi, then Chair of the Democratic National Convention signed an official Certification of Nomination verifying that Barack Obama was legally qualified to serve as President of the United States under the provisions of the United States Constitution.

I would like to know what Constitutional criteria were used by Rep. Pelosi to make that determination and what evidence she provided to support her contention.

The issue of Barack Obama’s eligibility must be resolved now before the 2012 election. It is incumbent on those, who authorize his place on the ballot to cite the legal bases for making such a claim.

By Lawrence Sellin - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story

Obamas not welcome in America’s garden

imageWhile the doomsayers continue to sing the Swan Song of Americans in loud and screeching voices,  most Americans are covering their bases, Dub and Deb style.

Dub and Deb are the husband and wife team behind Ridin’ Out the Recession, now the fastest growing feature on Canada Free Press.

In the mounting political unrest sent almost daily from the Obama Regime, real life continues sunrise to sunset. No one needs permission from the Oval Office to survive.

Obama’s message, omnipresent only two years ago, is becoming more and more blurred. People are tuning out on his running dog news networks and tuning in to the Internet and to talk show radio.

By Judi McLeod - Thursday, March 31, 2011 - Full Story