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Judicial Watch Lawsuit: No Driver’s Licenses for Illegal Aliens in New York

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption and malfeasance, announced that it filed a lawsuit on behalf of a New York taxpayer in the Supreme Court of the State of New York against New York Governor Eliot Spitzer over a new policy implemented on September 21, 2007 that would have given “all New Yorkers the opportunity to apply for driver’s licenses without regard to immigration status.”

By Jim Kouri - Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Toronto commuter turns dog’s distress into Christmas miracle

Jagger It all started on the GO Train, just another day on the way to work.  As the miles sped away getting to his office, Mac Wilson gave scant attention to his fellow commuters as he sat there planning his Christmas shopping list.

  The countryside flashed by the window, the trees now showing black limbs rather than golden leaves against a brooding winter sky.  Then he spotted it, a dog in the Don River. He couldn’t be sure, but that’s what he thought as the train went speeding by.

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Bush Sells Out America at U.N. Conference

Our national “news” programs have been preoccupied with baseball players on steroids, but they should devote some attention to the Bush Administration’s approval of a plan to put the United Nations on steroids. Apparently looking to leave office with the blessings of the “international community,” the Bush Administration just sold out American interests at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Bali, Indonesia.

By Cliff Kincaid - Wednesday, December 19, 2007

The NDP: Democracy and the transgendered

Micheline Montreuil, a Quebec lawyer and former professor won the NDP nomination earlier this year to be the party’s candidate in a Quebec City riding. But recently, the party’s Quebec election planning committee voted to terminate her candidacy.

By Arthur Weinreb - Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Is Mike Huckabee Running for President or Pastor?

Republican candidate Mike Huckabee’s special Christmas campaign message is a brilliant attempt at reminding voters which candidate would make the best Pastor-in-Chief. But is it likely to make him Commander-in-Chief?

By JB Williams - Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Is America Cheap on ‘Humanitarian Aid’?

So, we are the “ugly American,” we’re always told. But to whom do they come running when they need help? Italy, France, maybe? Hardly. Still, they love to beat up on the US, and unfortunately our MSM is only too happy to act the echo chamber for anti-Americanism.

By Warner Todd Huston - Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Dion a Christmas Character

Now that Christmas season is in full swing, Canadians should focus their attention on festive thoughts instead of politics, right?

By Guest Column Gerry Nichols- Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Don’t Let Disease Claim Your Life!

I am prompted to write this article based on what just happened. I’ve been watching TV lately and have seen how many Americans have been diagnosed with many diseases and are dying of various cancers. I began taking notes in anticipation of doing another article to tell people about the benefits of doing a cleanse. 

By Felicia Benamon - Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Our Underground Economy

On Tuesday of this week, I received an email from Enterprise Rent-A-Car entirely in Spanish. This was followed by a second email (en inglés esta vez) which apologized for the previous email and offered me a 15% discount on my next rental. As nice as it is to receive a discount on an expensive service, these emails raise two questions: why is Enterprise sending emails in Spanish to its customers, and why the apology and discount offer?

By Nathan Tabor - Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Anonymous Muslim would dump Canada Free Press and its likes in the trash of history

Canada Free Press (CFP) emails from abroad today included one from the head office of Zalloum Group headquarters in Jordan.

  “Islam will prevail and you and your likes will be dumped in the trash of history,” said the email, sent in capital letters.

  The sender of the email took the coward’s way out and signed it simply, in caps, “A Muslim.”

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Marching with Hope to Battle Cancer

Hope StoutThe March Forth With Hope Foundation provides financial assistance to families battling cancer or other life-threatening diseases. The Foundation was established by Stuart and Shelby Stout in memory of their daughter, Hope Stout, shortly after she lost her courageous fight with cancer.

The story of Hope’s battle, and the compassion and caring she showed towards others until her death, sparked an unprecedented outpouring of support from her community.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, December 18, 2007

We Can’t Win By Focusing on Not Losing!

I have but one message for my fellow conservatives. If we focus all of our attention on “not losing” the 2008 election, there is no way we can win the 2008 election.

By JB Williams - Tuesday, December 18, 2007