Political Times by Mike Roache – Obama Transit – February 21, 2012

CFN–  Here is today’s installment of Political Times by Mike Roache! To read more Political Times Cartoons CLICK HERE! About Mr. Roache: Mike Roache was born in Halifax and began cartooning for a school newspaper while in junior high,often putting the paper together by himself.  Over the years some of his work has appeared in newspapers… Continue reading Political Times by Mike Roache – Obama Transit – February 21, 2012

Political Times by Mike Roache – February 20, 2012

CFN – Here is today’s installment of Political Times by Mike Roache! To read more Political Times Cartoons CLICK HERE! About Mr. Roache: Mike Roache was born in Halifax and began cartooning for a school newspaper while in junior high,often putting the paper together by himself.  Over the years some of his work has appeared in newspapers… Continue reading Political Times by Mike Roache – February 20, 2012

Political Times by Mike Roache – Double Shot of Vic Toews Fun! – February 18, 2012

CFN – Here is today’s installment of Political Times by Mike Roache! To read more Political Times Cartoons CLICK HERE! About Mr. Roache: Mike Roache was born in Halifax and began cartooning for a school newspaper while in junior high,often putting the paper together by himself.  Over the years some of his work has appeared in… Continue reading Political Times by Mike Roache – Double Shot of Vic Toews Fun! – February 18, 2012

Political Times by Mike Roache – Harper Pandas – February 8, 2012

CFN – Here is today’s installment of Political Times by Mike Roache! About Mr. Roache: Mike Roache was born in Halifax and began cartooning for a school newspaper while in junior high,often putting the paper together by himself.  Over the years some of his work has appeared in newspapers in the United States and Canada. Presently… Continue reading Political Times by Mike Roache – Harper Pandas – February 8, 2012

Political Times by Mike Roache – February 6, 2012

CFN – Here is today’s installment of Political Times by Mike Roache! About Mr. Roache: Mike Roache was born in Halifax and began cartooning for a school newspaper while in junior high,often putting the paper together by himself.  Over the years some of his work has appeared in newspapers in the United States and Canada. Presently… Continue reading Political Times by Mike Roache – February 6, 2012

Cracks Appearing in Government’s Northern Gateway Pipeline Proposal by Richard Komorowski – Jan 30, 2012

CFN – With the Harper Government now proceeding at full throttle to push through the Northern Gateway oil pipeline to supply China, an unexpected crack has appeared within the governing party’s ranks. Calgary West Ultra-Right Conservative MP Rob Anders is publicly questioning the proposal to sell Canadian “Ethical Oil” resources to non-ethical Communist China, despite Ezra Levant’s… Continue reading Cracks Appearing in Government’s Northern Gateway Pipeline Proposal by Richard Komorowski – Jan 30, 2012

Tea Party Tim Trashes US President Obama – Snubs Bruins White House Celebrations – January 25, 2012

CFN – We owe Tea Party Tim Thomas a debt of gratitude.   It’s a slow week in the NHL.  No major news out there as the All Star break approaches.  Nobody really cares about the All Star game so Mr. Thomas deciding to be a totally classless human being is making the news far… Continue reading Tea Party Tim Trashes US President Obama – Snubs Bruins White House Celebrations – January 25, 2012

Cornwall Ontario’s Joey Bellmore reaches 1 Million You Tube Views – VIDEO INTERVIEW – January 23, 2012

CFN  –  Friday our office started getting emails about Joey Bellmore.  By this morning we’d had nearly 60 emails from people all over the world seeking our assistance in finding out what happened to the 30 year old St. Lawrence College Business grad. It seems Mr. Bellmore has been building a You Tube Channel that… Continue reading Cornwall Ontario’s Joey Bellmore reaches 1 Million You Tube Views – VIDEO INTERVIEW – January 23, 2012

Did Wikipedia and Protesters Win? Is SOPA dead or will it be back soon with a new name? January 18, 2012

CFN – SO did you use the internet today?  Millions of people boycotted the internet and major websites like Wikipedia shut it down in protest of SOPA. From the Wikipedia page: SOPA and PIPA represent two bills in the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate respectively. SOPA is short for the “Stop… Continue reading Did Wikipedia and Protesters Win? Is SOPA dead or will it be back soon with a new name? January 18, 2012

Letter to the Editor from Janet Annesley VP of Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers – Jan 9, 2012

TO:      Cornwall Free News RE:       Ezra Levant – Friend of China, but Foe to Canadians             December 31, 2011   Editor: Contrary to the innuendo in this article, no business connection exists between the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers and Ezra Levant. Nor does CAPP provide funding to the growing ethical oil movement based on Mr. Levant’s book and… Continue reading Letter to the Editor from Janet Annesley VP of Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers – Jan 9, 2012

Ezra Levant – Friend of China, but Foe to Canadians by Richard Komorowski – December 31, 2011

Putting the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers above Canada CFN – There are many economic gains to be made in exploiting the Tar Sands, and limited production could actually benefit Canada and go a little towards assuring our future in an increasingly uncertain world. But there are also many major short term gains to be… Continue reading Ezra Levant – Friend of China, but Foe to Canadians by Richard Komorowski – December 31, 2011

Letter to the Editor – Joe Hueglin of Niagara Falls Ontario on Egypt, Syria, and Iran – December 28, 2011

Dear Editor, In a year end interview with Prime Minister Harper this was reported regarding Syria “He doesn’t foresee a military intervention in the near future because there is not ­ as there was with Libya ­ a United Nations resolution authorizing such action.” Strangely though Egypt and Syria were included in the interview article,… Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Joe Hueglin of Niagara Falls Ontario on Egypt, Syria, and Iran – December 28, 2011

China Jails Two More Online Writers – How Far Behind are We in Canada by Jamie Gilcig – December 27, 2011

CFN –   I’m reading today about China sticking an online dissident, Chen Xi, to ten years in Jail.  Another,  Chen Wei was recently given a 9 year sentence.   I know; we’re not China…yet. You have the mayor of Toronto cutting off the largest paper in his city because they wouldn’t write what he wanted.  … Continue reading China Jails Two More Online Writers – How Far Behind are We in Canada by Jamie Gilcig – December 27, 2011

Komorowski’s Korner – Ezra Levant and the Ethics & Politics of Oil – December 23, 2011

CFN – Prime Minister Stephen Harper, along with his government, owe sophist (someone who argues with shrewd but intentionally fallacious reasoning) Ezra Levant a star columnist for Sun Media and the Glenn Beck Fox News North) big time, and are starting to repay the debt. Levant’s whole career has been tied to or sponsored by… Continue reading Komorowski’s Korner – Ezra Levant and the Ethics & Politics of Oil – December 23, 2011

Are you Mad as Hell and Not Going to Take it Anymore? Justin Trudeau seems to be? Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – December 18, 2011

CFN –  Justin Trudeau sparked a storm of media coverage this week when he called Harper MP Peter Kent a “Piece of Shit” in Parliament.   It reminded people of his Dad’s “Fuddle Duddle” remark, but it hits certain notes of frustration that millions of people are feeling around the world. Whether in Syria, Iraq,… Continue reading Are you Mad as Hell and Not Going to Take it Anymore? Justin Trudeau seems to be? Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – December 18, 2011

C.D. Howe Institute thinks Canada should increase Trade Talk results with the European Union – October 24, 2011

CFN – Canada should set ambitious goals in trade talks with the European Union (EU), which resume next week, since it has much to gain from a comprehensive trade accord, according to a report released today by the C.D. Howe Institute.  In “Go Big or Go Home: Priorities for the Canada-EU Economic and Trade Agreement,”… Continue reading C.D. Howe Institute thinks Canada should increase Trade Talk results with the European Union – October 24, 2011

Corruption & Accountability Around the World and in Our Home Town – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 13, 2011

CFN – I’m reading this op-ed in the NY Times this morning….reading the words carefully after looking at so many stories that are going on in the world.   Protests, death, gross destruction of the enviornment, culture, and fundamental ways of doing things.  If you take the media accounts at the surface it seems that a lot… Continue reading Corruption & Accountability Around the World and in Our Home Town – Editorial by Jamie Gilcig – October 13, 2011

Letter to the Editor – Rebecca Gingrich of Princeton Ontario on the Military Industrial Complex – August 11, 2011

Dear Editor, How much more evil can we become?  We get upset and ourtraged when a few protesters smash store windows and burn police cars but have no concept of how we are allowing our governments to perpetrate this death and destruction on innocent people in our name, with no accountability, except some smarmy words… Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Rebecca Gingrich of Princeton Ontario on the Military Industrial Complex – August 11, 2011

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