The DAILY DIGEST: INFORMATION and OPINION from ST. JOHN'S to VICTORIA.EDITORIAL PAGEs
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ST.JOHN'S TELEGRAM -
CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN -
Leadership races and level playing fields Post a comment
Requiring interim political leaders to step aside if they want to seek the permanent post is reasonable.
HALIFAX CHRONICLE HERALD -
Perverse engineering could lead to Tory defeat
GM's treatment smacks of Martha Stewart
MONTREAL GAZETTE -
How low can the RCMP go?
Loud and clear: failure won't do
OTTAWA CITIZEN -
On being watched
KINGSTON WHIG STANDARD-
Ambition and selfishness
BELLEVILLE INTELLIGENCER -
Internet news can't compare to the real thing
TORONTO STAR -
Afghan women deserve better
Airport double standard
GLOBE & MAIL -
High-level damage control
War aims and misogyny
NATIONAL POST -
Recession? What recession?
Hamid Karzai's giant step backward
HAMILTON SPECTATOR -
Sunshine law is illuminating
K-W RECORD -
Women get their due
Allies at odds
Old guard NATO members have not enthusiasm for expanding alliance membership
LONDON FREE PRESS -
Legalizing rape of wife setback in Afghanistan
WINDSOR STAR -
Wage floor Time for a 'minimum' debate
SUDBURY STAR -
Proposed Shia law cannot be tolerated
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS -
Recession only accelerates existing weaknesses
Why is the service so lousy?
WINNIPEG SUN -
Dulling coalition's will to win
CALGARY HERALD -
Our moral calculus values some lives less
The tyranny of tipping something to chew on
What are we fighting for?
GRANDE PRAIRIE DAILY HERALD TRIBUNE -
Now's the time to voice opinions on nuclear power
EDMONTON JOURNAL -
The right of self-protection
EDMONTON SUN -
Government anything but transparent
RED DEER ADVOCATE -
Vigilantes on risky path
PRINCE GEORGE CITIZEN -
There's no need for cellphones in classrooms
VANCOUVER SUN -
The auto industry matters, even on the West Coast
Liberals should re-examine the entire gag law issue
VICTORIA TIMES-COLONIST -
Liberals escape NDP's grilling
Remember the environment?
Yes, Wally, there is a Patrick Kinsella
Why our schools aren't what they used to be
UN human rights chief: Jewish, Muslim lobbying may undermine 'Durban II'
'Israel unlikely to attack Iran this year' 08:39
- Pentagon chief: Economic sanctions on Iran better than diplomacy
- Gates: U.S. to be highly cautious in launching pre-emptive strike
- Pentagon chief: War with Iran would be 'disastrous'
AF-PAK PROBLEM -
Taliban in policy shift on beards and burqas
Negotiations with Afghan President Hamid Karzai reveal new pragmatism ahead of US offensive
US strikes at Taliban nerve center
Making up for lost time in Afghanistan
- Cheap Politics
- CTV (04/01/2009)
- Afghan presidential hopeful sees post-poll vacuum
- Reuters (04/02/2009)
- We're in Afghanistan for this?
- Globe and Mail (04/02/2009)
- Washington: Afghan situation called dire
- The Associated Press (04/02/2009)
- The Words Have Changed, but Have the Policies?
- The New York Times (04/02/2009)
- Hamid Karzai's giant step backward
- National Post, Editorial (04/02/2009)
- UN human rights chief says Afghan law restricting women's rights is reminiscent of Taliban era
- United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) (04/02/2009)
- Hamid Karzai And The Cancer Of Corruption
- HuffingtonPost (04/02/2009)
CANADIAN FORCES -
Sub goes west for refit
Slack U.S. market hitting Canada hard
Canada excuses U.S. on Doha round trade troubles
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS -
Bankers lashed over credit card rates
Consumers, businesses have low-cost options, CBA official maintains
FOREIGN AFFAIRS -
US sinks deeper into Sunni-Shi'ite struggle
Ottawa bucks NATO allies
Observers say Canada out of step with plan to get Russia and Iran involved in Afghanistan
Leaders pledge $1-trillion in aid
Saudi court restores death sentence
POLITICS IN THE PROVINCES -
Newfoundland, Quebec reach 'historic' hydro deal.
Try not to be too nasty, leadership hopefuls told
FEDERAL POLITICS -
MPs rip Afghan law Demand review of mission
Ignatieff to defy PM on gun registry
They'll take his cash, but don't want him in party
PM's words on stimulus spending don't add up back home, Ignatieff says
On stimulus, PM says one thing to Obama, another in Ottawa
Iraq a distraction from Afghan war: Harper
Whether right or wrong, PM says, U.S. invasion a roadblock to success
MP Issues Warning to Federal Fisheries Minister
Feds don't rule out tax compensation for Quebec
Buoyed by Tory infighting, Liberals gain confidence
Politicians go undercover to expose security flaws at Pearson
Harper says worst instability "behind us"
Information from torture is discounted: Van Loan
CSIS recants statement that torture info would be used
Assertion contradicts testimony earlier this week from veteran CSIS adviser
PRESSURE POINTS -
Obama's disaster in the making
The beginning of the end for cap-and-trade?
Lorne Gunter was right; Al Gore, uh, maybe not
OPINION AND INFORMATION -
Talking free trade while imposing restrictions
Canadian iPhone users cut off from Skype service
Dictating to Afghanistan
Scrapping the gun registry will change .nothing
Need for clarity in a world of confusion
Another stain on Canada's reputation
Mr. Karzai, how could you?
The great auto debate
Should we support the Big 3 with tax money or let the companies sink or swim on their own?
A lost vision for US intelligence
Had Charles Freeman's role as chair of the United States' National Intelligence Council not been fatally sabotaged by the "gang of Likudniks", he would have mended the public's tattered faith in the US intelligence community
Abolir les frontières
Une loi qui indigne Ottawa
Ottawa contredit le SCRS
Harper revient à la charge
Harper prône des investissements massifs
Un « entraînement normal »
Sommet du G20 à Londres - Rapprochement Europe-États-Unis
- G20 de Londres: un éléphant qui accouchera peut-être d'une souris
- Une nouvelle page des relations de leurs pays - Obama et Medvedev remettent le compteur à zéro
- Réunion du G20 à Londres - La City subit le «poisson d'avril» des manifestants
- Les dossiers du G20
Où est Stephen Harper?
TPS-TVQ: Ottawa ouvre la porte à une compensation
Grâce à une entente historique, Terre-Neuve vendra de l'énergie via le Québec
Un commandant des Forces aériennes minimise l'incident des bombardiers russes
BELOW(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)At 10:07 PM 02/04/2009, you wrote:
AN ALTERNATE OPPORTUNITY
AN ALTERNATE OPPORTUNITY
To: "'Joe Hueglin'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: RECEIVED WITH THANKS
It is nice that someone wants to send you money. But you have been costing me
time and money!
I have been deleting your emails for years.
I would really, really, really appreciate your deleting my email address from
Subject: Jim . . .
. . . removed as requested.
From: Larry Kazdan
Subject: Letter to Editor re: B.C. government fights to reinstate 'gag law', John Bermingham, April 01, 2009
- Re: B.C. government fights to reinstate 'gag law', John Bermingham, April 01, 2009
Ray Strachan brings up the problem of evil and wonders how it can be reconciled with the Christian God. This is, of course, a very good question. There are a number of answers possible, though just like Mr. Strachan, none have every satisfied me. But let me pose a question.
Is a person who writes a book containing hundreds of predictions with names, dates, times, places and events over a period of thousands of years, and has every prediction come true exactly as written with none of them being wrong in any respect simply a very lucky guesser? Or, to put the question another way, if you could write a book covering the next several thousand years, with hundreds of names, dates, times, places and events, and were right every time, never wrong, would you simply be a very lucky guesser?
I do not know why God does what He does, but I am personally convinced that the Bible was not written by a lucky guesser.
From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: George Galloway
I just sent this email to Harper and Kenney.
To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: George Galloway
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 15:19:03 -0400
Mr. Harper, Mr. Kenney--in the interest of saving the taxpayer money for hiring the thought police to search for those who watched the video presentation of George Galloway, I am writing to you to tell you that I have watched the videos to date.
As you have been ordered by Meir Weinstein, the Canadian representative of the terrorist group JDL, to monitor everyone who listens to Mr. Galloway, I just wanted to be open and honest with you. This will save time and tax dollars.
Mr. Galloway asked if Mr. Kenney would have the courage to debate him one on one. I too am asking this question. Mr. Kenney--do you have the courage?
From: Ross Bateman
Subject: A www.washingtonpost.com article
Climate Change's Dim Bulbs
By George F. Will
Compact fluorescents are falling a little bit short of saving the world.
Date: Thu, 02 Apr 2009 18:16:21 -0700
From: Joseph <email@example.com>
Subject: CFUN coverage of 9/11 opportunity! Need 300 emails! to push it through
Send them a short email asking for shows on the topics: here is their conntacts
Their phone number is:*604 280 1410* or, write a quick note here: http://www.talk1410.com/shows.php
-------- Original Message --------
I got some emails out from my non-9/11 contacts that I know of and also got on air... so agreed, *everyone should do their part asap!* Those outside greater Vancouver, please also send an email (preferable if you have a general email address -though you can
access the show Canada-wide) .... *please ask others to do likewise.* Emails should express interest in 9/11, Afghanistan, Iraq, and related issues. Let's see to it a lot of women e-mail in, too.
Subject: CFUN coverage of 9/11 opportunity!!!!
Received: Thursday, April 2, 2009, 5:57 PM
Hello all Truth supporters,
An opportunity to discuss 9/11 issues on CFUN has arisen.Patrick Maliha has a radio show on CFUN, yesterday he was discussing Afghanistan when a caller said he thought it was a fraud, and that he was sceptical about 911,and mentioned the pipe line ,etc.Patrick Maliha said that he wanted to dedicate a whole afternoon show to these and other related topics,but the management thinks that no one is interested in hearing it.He then said that he wanted the station to be inundated with calls and emails for support for this kind of thing.
Vancouver 9/11 Truth member, Johnny, then got on his show today and asked him again about the special, Patrick told Johnny on air that what it would take is 300 emails or calls into the show, expressing interest in our role in Afghanistan, 9/11 and other related topics, and he would do a 2 hour special on these topics.
There are 250 people on this email list, so if everyone takes 2 seconds to shoot a quick email to CFUN and forwards to any other friends that may be interested then we should be able to fill the quota of interest.
Their phone number is:*604 280 1410*
or, write a quick note here: http://www.talk1410.com/shows.php
or here is there full contact page: http://www.talk1410.com/contactus.php
Thanks everyone, hopefully together we can push this issue into the mainstream.
I just sent an email, so 1 down, 299 to go.