BC School Reverse After Rejecting Israeli Student Stav Daron Over Settlements by Jamie Gilcig JAN 31, 2017

BC School Reverse After Rejecting Israeli Student Stav Daron Over Settlements by Jamie Gilcig JAN 31, 2017

CORNWALL ONTARIO – Just days after a religious inspired terror attack in Quebec City; media reports broke about a BC Trade School, the Island School of Building Arts,  had rejected an Israeli student over what they claim was a protest over Settlement building in the Jewish state and strong ally of Canada. Pat Rokosh allegedly […]

Conrad Black States that Canadians Will Grow To Like Donald Trump JAN 8, 2017

Conrad Black States that Canadians Will Grow To Like Donald Trump JAN 8, 2017

An instant industry has developed in Canada about how to adjust to a Trump presidency, as if the nature of the United States has metamorphosed instantly and unrecognizably. Almost all of this concern is unnecessary. Donald Trump has never expressed any grievances against Canada, and his limited experiences here, from skiing in the Laurentians to […]

Max Weber Still Calls The Shots by Roy Berger NOV 30, 2016

Max Weber Still Calls The Shots by Roy Berger  NOV 30, 2016

  OTTAWA ONTARIO – Yeah, Max Weber had a lot to say and he gets quoted a lot. Virtually every politician or a wannabe has read Max Weber. Why? Well, he was friggen wise. You know what he said? “The first job of the politician is to get elected.” Yeah, blow me down. Hopes, beliefs […]

Donald Trump’s Election Win – Touching the Wellspring of Public Anger by Conrad Black NOV 10, 2016

Donald Trump’s Election Win – Touching the Wellspring of Public Anger by Conrad Black NOV 10, 2016

It is not such a surprise that Americans have elevated Donald Trump to the headship of their country. It was improbable at first, because of his raucous personality, and the fact he had never held public office or a high military command (the almost invariable qualifications for a nominee). He financed his own campaign, avoiding […]

Clinton Trump Debate Shows Deplorable State of US Politics by Jamie Gilcig SEPT 27, 2016

Clinton Trump Debate Shows Deplorable State of US Politics by Jamie Gilcig SEPT 27, 2016

Cornwall Ontario – I watched the debate between US Presidential candidates Hilary Rodham Clinton and Donald Trump. It was not the reality show gore fest that many were expecting.   It wasn’t very entertaining or informative.    I don’t think it ultimately will change the voter turn out or results.   It did highlight a […]

Conrad Black : Exaggerated Reaction to Brexit from the EU JUNE 26, 2016

Conrad Black : Exaggerated Reaction to Brexit from the EU  JUNE 26, 2016

The absurdly exaggerated reaction to the British vote to leave the European Union demonstrates the complacency and incompetence of the governing elites in Britain and Western Europe, and how those attitudes rippled out, unchallenged, in the international media and financial markets. There is some analogy with the comeuppance given the American political class by the […]

Syrian Refugee Debates Bring Out The Racisim & Ignorance in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig

Syrian Refugee Debates Bring Out The Racisim & Ignorance in Cornwall Ontario by Jamie Gilcig

It’s sad when pundits…or hacks as in the case of Todd Lihou of the Seaway Media try to make hay on the suffering and misfortune of others. I  just read a very strange and bizarre editorial by Mr. Lihou on the Syrian refugee crisis and his suggestion that there’s plenty O room here in Cornwall. […]

Conrad Black: In Scotland and Quebec, Separatism is a Dead Pigeon

Conrad Black: In Scotland and Quebec, Separatism is a Dead Pigeon

CFN – All of the usual responses quickly occurred after the Scottish referendum last week: The defeated separatists, although their leader announced his retirement from politics, claimed that they represented the forces of history and that having got from a standing start to 45% on their first try, they would cross the finish line next […]

Elizabeth May & Green Party Jump Into Israel Hamas Conflict by Jamie Gilcig – July 30, 2014

Elizabeth May & Green Party Jump Into Israel Hamas Conflict by Jamie Gilcig – July 30, 2014

Green Party Leader & CFN Editor Jamie Gilcig 2011   CORNWALL Ontario – One of the reasons I’ve become Hyper Non-Partisan politically is because of my time as a Green Party candidate. Leader Elizabeth May has commented on Party President Paul Estrin’s comments on the Gaza situation stating that it is not the party’s position; […]

Proposed Mohawk Land Claims Settlement: The Two Extremes by Doug George-Kanentiio

Proposed Mohawk Land Claims Settlement: The Two Extremes   by Doug George-Kanentiio

Akwesasne – Last week I was able to attend the two public sessions in which the people of Akwesasne had an opportunity to discuss the proposed land claims settlement as presented by the St. Regis Tribal Council and printed in the Indian Time newspaper. .The first public information gathering was on June 11th at the […]

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