Judi Ann T. McLeod (born 1944) is a Canadian journalist who operates the conservative Canadian website, Canada FreePress (CFP), which publishes news stories, features, and editorials. The main page of the website uses the title "Canada FreePress ...Because without America there is no Free World" and features a "Countdown until Obama leaves Office" (capitalization in the original).
Mark Petersen-Perez is a watchdog of local governments in various cities in the greater San Francisco Bay region, political activist, financial analyst, and publisher of the online Palo Alto FreePress. He is notable for several different unusual government responses to his methods of exercising the right to petition the government for redress, for his local activism, and for its larger regional effects. “Petersen-Perez is leading the charge to have Palo Alto Chief of Police Lynne Johnson resign”, Chief Scoffs At Calls To Resign, Palo Alto Daily News, 2-2-2005, Page 1 "...Mark Petersen Perez... alleged that officers singled out drivers from East Palo Alto. (Police Chief) Johnson denied the charge — but said... if they saw a man wearing a do-rag on his head — which two of the robbery suspects reportedly wore — they should question him... The story hit newspapers’ front pages and TV newscasts around the Bay Area.", Police Chief Resigns in wake of profiling scandal, Ian S. Port, Palo Alto Daily Post, 11-21-2008, Page 1 "Palo Alto Mayor Sid Espinosa said yesterday he's going to have a talk with City Hall critic Mark Petersen-Perez... Espinosa, who became mayor in January, has publicly warned that he may cut off or "censure" people...", P. A. Mayor Wants Chat With Critic, Daily Post, David Debolt, 3-16-2011, Page 1 “Civic debates often get heated in Palo Alto, but a new fracas between the city attorney’s office and fervent police critic Mark Petersen- Perez involves accusations of... free-speech infringement... Petersen-Perez is outraged that City Attorney Gary Baum contacted his employer... to block harshly critical e-mails Petersen-Perez was sending to city employees... claiming the effort to block his e-mails was unconstitutional”, Civic Debate Gets Ugly, Palo Alto Daily Post, 1-20-2009, Page 1
According to sources at the commission, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has made some last-minute revisions to his net neutrality plan after Google and public interest groups pressed for the changes. Google, FreePress and New ... - 26.02.2015, WochitTech