Saturday, October 24, 2009

Stelzer- Global economy has no substitute for falling dollar


Monday Webcast- Parliament- Justice Committee- Human Rights

Mark Steyn

Socialist City Hall........Time for changes......Royson James


They've had a good run at using up taxpayers' money- money they figured fell off the trees in the backyard

Goldstone- NYT

"AS the founder of Human Rights Watch, its active chairman for 20 years and now founding chairman emeritus, I must do something that I never anticipated: I must publicly join the group’s critics. Human Rights Watch had as its original mission to pry open closed societies, advocate basic freedoms and support dissenters. But recently it has been issuing reports on the Israeli-Arab conflict that are helping those who wish to turn Israel into a pariah state."

MSM only catching up to what the reality has been on the ground for a long time thanks to the tireless efforts of Jason Kenney and others-BlueLikeYou

Global Warming- Heartland

"When future historians study the current global mass hysteria about alleged catastrophic, manmade global warming (MMGW), they will most likely shake their heads in total disbelief. Those historians will be able to conclude that in promoting the catastrophic MMGW dogma, basic scientific methods and principles were seriously violated."

When Tyranny calls.......... Joseph Ashby

"The tyranny that threatens us is not the same brand as the violent police states of the 20th century. Tyranny in America will look more like the misguided utopianism that has taken England from being the greatest, freest nation on earth to the frail remains of a world power it is today."


Heartland- Net Neutrality

Rex Murphy.......Leaders

Million Dollar Apps-......Businessweek

"Web 2.0 speakers see mobile devices taking over" USA Today

Crime beat

Rifqa Bary Ordered back to Ohio- Atlas

"Toronto gets fair share of cash for projects, Smitherman says"....Star

"Contrary to what the federal Liberals charge, Toronto is not starved of federal infrastructure dollars, says Ontario deputy Premier George Smitherman.

Toronto ridings actually come out on top when it comes to the $2 billion federal Knowledge Infrastructure Program to fix up colleges and universities, said Smitherman."

Crime Beat.........Warmington

"Such a shock that this convicted gangster now charged with a double murder allegedly did not obey an order from the judicial bench to stay home and never again possess a gun!"

Salim Mansur- Waziristan

The Chicago Way- WSJ

Tea Partiers- Jonah Goldberg

Crime Beat- "Calls for inquiry into Montreal corruption allegations"..CTV

Global Warming

Steyn- "Better get a gig on the ground floor"

Still no National Securities Regulator to protect Investors

Crime Beat- Officer attacked at School

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