Daily Archives: September 13, 2014

Circumcision Protest Reaching Critical Mass

Photo/Video by James Loewen

Photo/Video by James Loewen

Global News Centre

In San Francisco the Bloodstained Men & Their Friends demonstrated (June 27, 2014) at the the plaza in front of the Ferry Building, one of the busiest areas of foot traffic in the world. Later that day they were joined by members of the Bay Area Intactivists who form a contingent (Critical Integrity) the last Friday of every month to ride with Critical Mass.

America’s problems, be a part of the solution

american-flag-2a2Without an income it’s almost impossible to relax and enjoy any day.  On Labor Day or any day, count your blessings if life is going well for you.

Glenn Mollette Global News Centre

(NEWBURGH, Indiana) While ISIS horrifically beheaded Steven Sotloff and James Foley, some Americans were being inconvenienced on airplanes. Most of us are spoiled and when we stop and think for a minute our inconveniences are small in comparison to so much else in the world.

Ask Microsoft to follow official United Nations policy

palestinestateIt has been a long and difficult road, but Palestine is now a recognized nation, and Bing Maps needs to view it as such.

Tim King Global News Centre

(SALEM) – Though it has been an uphill battle, Palestine is now officially recognized as a state or country, and its leadership is to be recognized as the “government of Palestine” according to the United Nations. This is a huge development for Palestine, a country that was largely ceded to Israel during the late 1940’s, and again divided and seized 20 years later, during the “Six Day War” in 1967.

It’s time we exposed the Indians (Or should we heal ourselves?)

ucobserver.org

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A Globe and Mail Op-Ed Debate…

William Annett Global News Centre

(DAYTONA BEACH) Not long ago, I received a one-pager from an erstwhile friend, one of those thinking Canadians who love to indulge in those insightful forums conducted by Canada’s leading broad-minded broad sheet, formerly Toronto but latterly National, the Globe and Mail. This particular straw poll cum write-in citizens’ forum was entitled “Canada’s First Nations Debate.” This is intellectual, heady stuff, but carefully balanced. In the best Toronto tradition.

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