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28 Apr 2008 Interview: Weather Channel Founder’s Forecast

The New American - March 31, 2008By William F. JasperInterview of John Coleman by William F. JasperMany believe that global warming is one of the most critical challenges thatface our planet today. According to the United Nation’s IntergovernmentalPanel on Climate Change, many scientists and most environmentalists andtheir allies in the media and academia, uncontrolled rising temperatureswill cause more frequent droughts, food shortages, melting polar ice capsand coastal flooding, and the extinction of polar bears and many otherspecies. They claim that modern, industrialized society is causing globalwarming, and they predict climatic calamity including frequent category fiveand numerous other severe storms resulting in great suffering.
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28 Apr 2008 Interview: Weather Channel Founder’s Forecast

The New American - March 31, 2008By William F. JasperInterview of John Coleman by William F. JasperMany believe that global warming is one of the most critical challenges thatface our planet today. According to the United Nation’s IntergovernmentalPanel on Climate Change, many scientists and most environmentalists andtheir allies in the media and academia, uncontrolled rising temperatureswill cause more frequent droughts, food shortages, melting polar ice capsand coastal flooding, and the extinction of polar bears and many otherspecies. They claim that modern, industrialized society is causing globalwarming, and they predict climatic calamity including frequent category fiveand numerous other severe storms resulting in great suffering.
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28 Apr 2008 Report on Human Rights Commissions

By Will Gortemaker - [Aloud in the Street]On February 15, 2006, a complaint was filed with the Alberta Human Rights Commission against Western Standard magazine. The complainant, the leader of a Muslim mosque, alleged that Western Standard's decision to publish the Danish cartoons of Mohammed, exposed him and his family to hate, discrimination and violence. Ezra Levant, the publisher of the magazine, was called to appear before an investigator. As Levant, a lawyer by trade, prepared for the investigation, he realized that something was terribly wrong.
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25 Apr 2008 Protect Freedom of Speech & Conscience – Reform the Human Rights Act

UNITED MOTHERS, FATHERS & FRIENDS In Depth Report & Action Alert April 15, 2008 Protect Freedom of Speech & Conscience - Reform the Human Rights Act I) Does Free Speech Matter? II) Take Action: Reform the Human Rights Commission – M446 III) History of Canada’s Human Rights Commissions IV) HRCs’ Jurisdictional Expansion V) Government Interference in Free Speech VI) Hate Crimes Provision of the Human Rights Act VII) Problems with Section 13(1) of the HRA
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25 Apr 2008 Christian Horizons rebuked

ARPA Canada Action Alert: Click here for suggestions on how to respond to the human rights commissions. Employer ordered to compensate fired gay worker, abolish code of conductBy Greg Mercer theRecord.com A provincially-funded Christian group violated the rights of a worker who had to quit her job after revealing she was gay, says the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. The tribunal has ordered Kitchener-based Christian Horizons to compensate Connie Heintz, 39, and to end a prohibitive code-of-conduct contract for its 2,500 employees.The contract, which all staff must sign, forbids workers from cheating on their spouses, having pre-marital sex or homosexual relationships, using pornography and "endorsing" alcohol or tobacco, among other things. That policy violates those workers' basic rights, ruled Michael Gottheil, chair of the tribunal.Heintz's case provided an inside look at the practices of Christian Horizons, an evangelical organization that operates more than 180 residential homes in Ontario for people with developmental disabilities.
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24 Apr 2008 Effects of Green Hype Beginning to Show

The truth About Biofuel By Kyle Knight - the Shield [www.usishield.com], April 24, 08With biofuels touted as one of the safest and efficient ways to reduce greenhouse emissions, many jumped on to the bandwagon to help ensure a better climate for the world. Recently some have decided to jump off, and sound the alarm, as scientists and researchers point out the detrimental factors resulting from biofuels. Several have presented research identifying that biofuels have resulted in the deforestation of rain forest for more crops and even increasing world hunger. Most recently, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Culture Organization released a report calling on developing nations to in act measures to ensure the protection of the environment and reduce hunger. The report said, "the diversion of agricultural crops to fuel can raise food prices and reduce our ability to alleviate hunger throughout the world."
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19 Apr 2008 A crucial case for all Canadians:

Defending YOUR free speech & religious liberty Three complaints have been filed with the Canadian Human Rights Commission against the Christian Heritage Party and its leader, Ron Gray, alleging “hatred” and “contempt” in the Party’s 20-year-old policy of opposing special rights for homosexuals. This case may be the most significant of its kind to date, for it seeks to silence even political criticism of homosexuality. If the only federal political party that opposes the ‘gay’ agenda can be silenced, who will be left to speak for you?
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18 Apr 2008 Exposure of The Failures of Vancouver Drug Injection Site

REAL Women of Canada: ME D I A  R E L E A S E - Ottawa, Ontario April 16, 2008 The Final Report of an Expert Advisory Committee summarizing evidence-based research on the injection site in Vancouver has exposed it as a failure. It has also exposed the fallacy of the arguments used to support the site when it was first established in 2003. The federal government should immediately withdraw its support for the site to indicate its willingness to learn from past mistakes, and to deal with the reality of the situation made apparent by the Advisory Committee’s report.
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