March, 2013

Obama and the Democrats Hate Free Americans

Obama’s actions throughout his “presidency,” and the active support of Democrats, have made it crystal clear that he and the party hate free Americans. Everything they have colluded on has been aimed at harming We, the People, as free citizens of a capitalist, constitutional republic. From the daily attempts to shred the Constitution, to the total fraud of ObamaCare and the use of it to attack Christians, to the looting of the treasury and redistribution of our money to Big Banks and Big Unions, to the raising of already out-of-control taxes, to the destruction of our energy industries and much, much more, we have witnessed an attack on Americans unprecedented in the history of our country.

By Michael Oberndorf, RPA - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

A Very Bad Idea—Redefining Marriage

An America that abandons thousands of years of tradition and common sense is an America that has set itself firmly on a path toward decline. That is the central issue of gay marriage that the Supreme Court will struggle to determine. A similar experience in social engineering gave us the federal protection of abortion and the murder of an entire generation of the unborn.

By Alan Caruba - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

Is U.S. and U.K. the next Cyprus?

While you were sleeping, leaders of the so-called “free world” have been actively transforming their financial systems and now it appears that everybody’s bank account is fair game.

By Marinka Peschmann - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

The Fabric of Our Faith

“Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails and put my finger into the print of the nails and thrust my hand into his side, I will not believe.” John 20:25

His face looks incredibly lonesome, as if every one of His friends abandoned him in the moment of his greatest need.  And sad—sad for all time. As if the weight of the whole world were upon His shoulders. There is an eternal pensiveness in His death pose.

The stabbing thorns that cut so unkindly into His scalp and the blood that flowed from His head are visible, indelible.  They are vivid, tangible signs of the once painful wounds that hurt no more.  The gash in His side flows with blood now etched in to the cloth, running no more but visible still. A record of one final insult visited upon Him by a soldier’s side arm.

By William Kevin Stoos - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

The Cyprus model for Canada’s big banks

I started asking on Monday, and again on Tuesday, whether the confiscation of money from private bank accounts could happen in Canada the way it has happened in Cyprus. My argument was that yes it could, especially given that Cyprus is a modern European nation and that the decision to dip into accounts was made by finance ministers and officials from countries such as Germany, France and Italy.

By Guest Column Brian Lilley- Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

Obama’s No Purple Heart for Wounded Fort Hood Survivors Easter

A polluting-the-culture President Barack Hussein Obama, who has trademarked the American presidency as one dominated by golfing and holidaying, continues down the destructive path of gutting the American military.

While the mainstream media will show the simpering Obamas during an ‘Easter Egg’ roll featuring lessons in a White House ‘Yoga Garden’ this year,  Obama has laid a deceit-laden egg on the military in time for Easter:

By Judi McLeod - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story


I began writing this piece on “Good Friday,” the day upon which we Christians remember the crucifixion, death,  and entombment of Christ.

By J.D. Longstreet - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

Pope Francis: Too Humble?

From the “You can’t please everyone” archives, this dilly: Pope Francis incurs wrath for exaggerated humility!

By John Lillpop - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

The Bad Good

Others have already pointed out the absurdity that gay marriage is becoming a right in places where plastic bags and large sodas are becoming against the law. This sort of next wave civil rights step is only an expansion of freedom if you aren’t paying attention.

By Daniel Greenfield - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

Palestine - UN Special Rapporteur Bans Free Speech

United Nations Special Rapporteur on “the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967” - Professor Richard Falk - has taken the extraordinary action to ban posts on his blog page “Citizen Pilgrimage”.

By David Singer - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

Ten Things to Know About the Fire in Your Belly

Nietzsche, the German philosopher wrote, “The belly is the main reason why man does not mistake himself for a god”. Heartburn reminds us we are quite human. It should also remind us that ignoring this common symptom can also be dangerous. So what should you know about it?

By Dr. Gifford Jones - Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Full Story

More Cell Phones Than Sanitation

The number of mobile telephones worldwide is set to catch up to the globe’s population next year, the United Nations’ telecommunications reports. More than half of all mobile subscriptions are now in Asia, which remains the powerhouse of market growth. By the end of 2013, overall mobile penetration rates will have reached 96 percent globally, 128 percent in the developed world, and 89 percent in developing countries. (1)

By Jack Dini - Saturday, March 30, 2013 - Full Story

Pagan America

As socialism wraps it’s cold, icy, fingers around freedom’s throat,  as I think back, the most obvious of the “warning signs” was/is the so-called “Green Movement.”

By J.D. Longstreet - Saturday, March 30, 2013 - Full Story

News Fast and Furious..Volunteers needed

I realize that the readership of the blog is world wide. However, having said that, I am asking for help today because we seriously need volunteers to get open this spring. If you live near Port McNicoll or can get here this message is directed at you!

By News on the Net - Saturday, March 30, 2013 - Full Story

Cameron’s faith flexible to accommodate political winds

Easter weekend is set aside to remember the Biblical accounts of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. For many it has become, like many holiday periods, a time for shopping and family gatherings. While Jesus may be supportive of family time, holiday shopping sprees illustrate where the faith of many has departed.

By David C. Jennings - Saturday, March 30, 2013 - Full Story