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Don't knock socialist states as they represent the most progressive in the world. America has much to learn but then you are very young and have the weaknesses of the young. Open your minds and adopt the best the world has to offer. Do not be constrained by your own myths and prejudices.
Posted by Cretius  on  01/22  at  06:41 PM | #



This has GOT to go viral. Amazing!
Posted by Little Ole American  on  01/22  at  06:10 PM | #



Excellent column on the Keystone Pipeline. Job killer Obama showed his true anti-capitalist beliefs and maybe will sink his reelection chances with this madness. Let's hope so. How could anyone with the IQ above a turnip vote for this socialist? I'll take any Repub over the O Man. Even John McPain would've been better. John McLaughlin is right : America's big problem is LIVs - Low Information Voters. That's why McPain is still in the U.S. Senate. It must be the Arizona heat. J.D. Hayworth was the way to go. Obama could be creating another American phenomenon : Yellow Dog Republicans! Canada Free Press: great site. I tell everyone (almost) about it. We need another Reagan. Coolidge and Reagan - the best twentieth century presidents. Most others were hideous. O won't bother campaigning in Georgia. He has no chance of carrying this state.
Posted by M. Miller  on  01/22  at  02:21 PM | #



"Chief Hearing Officer Sheila Leggett, Vice Chair of Canada’s National Energy Board, decided to let foreign citizens, foreign lobbyists and even foreign governments take part in what will now likely be a protracted and rancorous public hearing circus." Yes, 5,000 and counting. What other sovereign nation allows foreigners to dictate internal policies? The hearing will be a farce and cost Canadians tens of millions of dollars in the service of foreign interests! Here is a decision that cries out to be reversed.
Posted by Cretius  on  01/22  at  12:42 PM | #



Killing the Keystone XL Pipeline project is just the latest example of President Obama putting his own political fortunes ahead of what is best for the American people.

This video from Ezra Levant lays it all out in a clear and concise way! http://bit.ly/wkrc80
Posted by Michael Haltman  on  01/22  at  09:51 AM | #





Keystone Kops halt US-Canada pipeline, and target another

Posted by Guest Column on Jan 21, 2012 at 04:13 PM

White House, environmentalists and U.S foundations seek to block all oil sands development

Oilfield workers in Alberta, refinery workers in Texas and countless factory workers just learned that the White House will not allow construction of an oil pipeline that would bring over half a million barrels of oil a day from Canada’s Alberta Province and North Dakota’s Bakken Field to refineries in Texas and Louisiana. The job-killing decision was a victory for radical environmentalists and well-heeled U.S. foundations that have long battled Canadian oil sands companies and the U.S. oil and gas industry.

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