The folks at A Creative Revolution have bad things to say about The Canadian: Canada's new socially progressive and cross-cultural national newspaper:
A "progressive" news organization that would accept and use quotes from [Jerome] Corsi? Corsi the racist who also writes on Human events .com with that other peice of crap Ann Coulter? The same Corsi who maligns all of Islam, Left wingers and all things liberal?
That tells me that "The Canadian" is either operated by extremely stupid, STOOPID people and REALLY bad writers who cannot be bothered to even use teh google, or its a purposeful sham operated by Right Wing extremists. I think the latter.
Well, I think the former. All of the websites associated with The Canadian are the work of Raymond Samuels, head of the Cosmopolitan Party of Canada, who has actually run in a couple of Federal elections, winning around 125 votes in the Ottawa area each time. One of TC's regular contributors, Victor Viggiani is director of media relations for Exopolitics Canada, and the man behind last August's open letter requesting that:
Her Excellency Governor General of Canada Michaëlle Jean in her May 30, 2007 response to a May 17, 2007 correspondence from Exopolitics Toronto has suggested a specified course of action be taken by us to communicate with the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service to ascertain the state of concern in Ottawa regarding the UFO/ET phenomenon in Canada.
So they are sincere about UFO's. As to the quotes from right-wing sources, well CT tends to go pretty far afield in its quest for "evidence", and Viggiani has also attempted to use Judi Mcleod from Canada Free Press to get his message out. Tells you something that Canadian UFO cultists see Ms. Mcleod as a sort of kindred spirit.
So, crazy? Yes. Conservative extremists? No. Lets not get insulting.