Tuesday, December 09, 2008

CBC Interview with PM Harper

Michael Totten- Iraq at the end of the Surge

Absolutely Corrupt.........IBD

Divisive? ..............................Smalldeadanimals

The media pundits have their agenda and shouldn't let the facts get in the way of cheerleading for the Liberals.

What's a Trillion?...................USNews

Mumbai "How we caught the Fidayeen alive"....Rediff

Walid Phares

"My remarks that follow are based on 27 years of researching in the field of international relations and conflicts, and on a decade of teaching Religions and World Politics. Since I published my first book in Arabic in 1979, where I addressed the issue of relationships between civilizations and cultural blocs worldwide, I have had the opportunity to publish ten books and hundreds of articles focusing on the rise of ideologies including self-described, theologically-inspired ones such as Jihadism."

Mark levin Show 6:00pm - He'll have ome choice words on the arrest of the Illinois Governor

Name That Party.......

"U.S. Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald said in a statement that "the breadth of corruption laid out in these charges is staggering."


"One of Jane Creba's assailants is going to jail. But that changes nothing. "

They closed down a legitimate Gun Club but still allow armed criminals to roam the streets and malls- some politicians have their priorities backwards.Maybe they'd pay more attention to them if the were deemed environmentally unfriendly by discharging carbon into the air from their weapons.

Greg Weston

"In the final days of the 2006 election, Jack Layton asked all Canadian lefties to "lend" their votes to the New Democrats to help drive the Liberals from office.

On the eve of what could be the 2009 election, Liberal leadership contender Bob Rae is asking Dippers to lend him their votes to make him prime minister"

"Last week, they said Dion was fit to be our prime minister. This week, they say he's not even fit to be their leader. " Lorrie Goldstein

"Sadly, Dion, who began his political career honourably as the Liberals' point-man fighting separatists after the near-disastrous 1995 Quebec referendum, ended his time as leader making a backroom deal with separatists in a failed bid for a few measly months as PM."

"Public safety is still threatened by slack enforcement and sloppy followup, Auditor Jim McCarter said in his annual report yesterday. "

The new Louisiana Rep