Three Courageous Pro-Life Heroes Still in Jail

Right now, three courageous pro-life heroes - Joan Andrews-Bell, her son Emiliano, and “Lifeboat Willy” - are serving a 5-day sentence in Manchester, New Hampshire for their part in a peaceful “sit-in” outside the office of GOP Presidential Candidate Rudy Giuliani. They refused to pay a $240 fine, and were jailed at the rate of $50 per day.

By Christian Newswire - Sunday, December 23, 2007

New Political Prisoner Held in Long Beach Jail!!  SOS Member !!

Apparently Johnny Sutton has come to town in Long Beach, CA for Christmas instead of Santa Claus and has his sights set on an innocent former Marine and long-standing, law-abiding good member of Save Our State!

By Guest Column - Sunday, December 23, 2007

A Standing Army for the United Nations

There are many disturbing issues to contemplate in the world. From the dangers of aggressive Islamofascism to the pomposity and arrogance of the American elected class (and those vying to be included) the world stands witness to myriad threats and power grabs. But two power grabs opens the door for the United Nations to both amass sovereign rights and to fund and assemble a military force under its own banner.

By Frank Salvato - Saturday, December 22, 2007

Is Abolishing Canada’s Human Rights Commissions Necessary?

Mark Steyn possesses a mighty pen.  He writes about the grimmest of subjects namely the dangers of Islamic fundamentalism.  Yet he does so with a wit sharp enough that one nearly forgets what he writes about is no laughing matter.

By Guest Column Aaron Goldstein- Saturday, December 22, 2007

Christmas Cheer and Holiday Humbuggery

During the Christmas season, it’s become customary to expect a certain number of private citizens and public figures to pitch a fit over the omnipresent nature of the holiday.

By Nathan Tabor - Saturday, December 22, 2007

Back Room Politics - A Study in Confusion

Boy would I love to be a fly on the wall inside the Stephen Harper’s, or for that matter Danny Williams’, office these days. Then again in order to know what’s really going on it’s more likley I’d have to get inside the heads of these two men. Now that’s a scary thought. I guess there’ll be no sleep for me tonight.

By Myles Higgins - Saturday, December 22, 2007

Santa Tracker

There is something endearing about a culture where your greatest minds, and those places where they show off, dedicate time to Santa Claus. In fact, for those of us who do not believe that the world of fantasy is so farfetched, it is a nice break from the stunted reality we must endure.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Saturday, December 22, 2007

“Seals on Hooves”: Why Santa’s Reindeer are Girls!

For many children, this time of year is filled with laughter, the expectation of presents, and of course, Santa. Let me just disclaimer this though, by saying that it is the children who do not have this – or that have much less – that deserve this most of all.

By Guest Column Joshua Hill- Saturday, December 22, 2007

White House Scores Knockout Over New York Times

Like Floyd Mayweather knocking down Ricky Hatton in the recent welterweight title fight, the White House has exposed how the New York Times makes things up for dramatic political effect.

By Cliff Kincaid - Friday, December 21, 2007

No known motive in photographer’s murder in Cucuta

Reporters Without Borders is deeply shocked by the fatal shooting of Rafael Bruno, 76, a photographer with the regional daily La Opinión, on 19 December in the northeastern city of Cúcuta. The organisation extends its condolences to the victim’s colleagues.

By Guest Column - Friday, December 21, 2007

‘Free agents by Christmas’ plan gains momentum

A bipartisan effort in Washington to encourage the president to free imprisoned U.S. Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean in time to spend Christmas with their families is gaining ground. [Editor’s Note: send President Bush an .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), politely asking him to release the agents ]

By Guest Column Jerome R. Corsi- Friday, December 21, 2007

Putin, the Kremlin power struggle and the $40bn fortune

An unprecedented battle is taking place inside the Kremlin in advance of Vladimir Putin’s departure from office, the Guardian has learned, with claims that the president presides over a secret multibillion-dollar fortune

By Guest Column Luke Harding- Friday, December 21, 2007