September 11, 2008
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Constance (CONNIE) FOGAL is the leader of the Canadian Action Party.
A lawyer, teacher, writer and politician, Ms. Fogal grew up in Saskatchewan and was educated at the University of Toronto, and University of British Columbia. Ms. Fogal taught in the Toronto public High School system and University of BC Center for Continuing Education. Called to the Bar in British Columbia in 1980, she practiced law as a sole practitioner in Vancouver B.C., first in the areas of criminal law and family law, and then primarily in family law.
Connie has always been a passionate defender of Canadian sovereignty and civil liberties. She believes that a major threat to Canadians now is the same threat facing the whole world. That is the environmental destruction of the globe arising out of the military destruction imposed by the United States on countries of its choice, including the permanent, deadly contamination of the soil and water and air by the use of depleted uranium in its munitions. In the best interest of Canadians first, and in the best interest of all the world, it is essential that Canada remain a powerfully sovereign state opposed to Canadian integration with the United States. Because of this, Connie has become an articulate critic of the North American Union (NAU) of Canada, USA, and Mexico and has written and researched extensively about the Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement being forged among the three countries.
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STEPHEN LENDMAN is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization.
Mr. Lendman received a BA from Harvard University in 1956 and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of PA in 1960. Since his retirement in 1999, he has devoted his time to causes and organizations working for a more humane and just world for all people everywhere, while directing his research toward issues which impact the most needy, disadvantaged and oppressed.
Stephen Lendman’s recent inquiry has focused on global issues such as war and peace; social, economic and political equity for all; and justice for all the oppressed peoples of the world like the long-suffering people of Haiti and the Palestinians.
Mr. Lendman lives in Chicago and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also visit his blog site at sjlendman.blogspot.com and listen to The Global Research News Hour on RepublicBroadcasting.org Mondays from 11AM – 1PM US Central time for cutting-edge discussions with distinguished guests. All programs are archived for easy listening.
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