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Trumping the Media
Trump’s business plan for media apprentices

 By Judi McLeod Full Story

America: If you want to get past the malignant force choking off every last scrap of your liberty and freedom, you have to go back to school, the one that instructs you how to deal more effectively with an in-the-government’s-pocket mainstream media.

Planned Parenthood: Serving mankind from dust to dessert
 By Doug Hagmann Full Story

Many baby boomers will recall the classic 1962 Twilight Zone episode To Serve Man, about a seemingly benevolent alien race of giants coming to earth to solve the ills of mankind. Although some people were initially suspicious of the aliens' intentions, their skepticism was assuaged when the aliens shared their advanced technology and made the earth a better place to live, stopping wars and increasing the food harvests of the planet.

Blind, stubborn ideology, gross incompetence caused capitulation to Iranian totalitarian theocracy
 By Dr. Isaac Yetiv Full Story
Almost two years of "negotiations,"the final "deal"appears as a total surrender of the Obama government to all the demands of the Ayatollahs who boasted that all their red lines have been met. The deal will put them on the path to become a nuclear power, not as a pariah but legitimized by the US and Europe; they will continue to enrich uranium and to develop their ICBM program; the lifting of the sanctions will give them 150 billion dollars to improve their economy and their military capabilities which include, of course, strengthening Hizbollah, Hamas, and other purveyors of terror in the troubled Middle-East.

The Left's Fight-for-$15 Scam
 By Matthew Vadum Full Story

The current feel-good push for a $15 an hour minimum wage has nothing to do with helping workers and everything to do with advancing the goals of the left wing, especially the labor movement.

Donald Trump's Greatest Hits
 By Cliff Kincaid Full Story

Donald Trump has gotten popular, in part, by challenging the media. But he has praised journalists on occasion. His 2011 book, Time to Get Tough, said David Gregory was "doing a fine job filling some awfully big shoes over at Meet the Press." It was a reference to legendary and highly respected host Tim Russert, who had passed away.

2Q GDP is a sad 2.3 percent; media think that's good
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story
Aren't you excited? USA Today reports "Economy bounces back". Business Insider proclaims "America is growing again". Even Forbes says "Economic growth picks up".

Geraldo Rivera explains the position of liberal Jews toward Iran
 By Arthur Weinreb Full Story

As much as can be generalized, Jews have traditionally been liberal. This can be explained by the fact that Jews have been persecuted throughout history and they tend to identify with people and groups that are or appear to be marginalized.

New Report Confirms Findings of Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi
 By Roger Aronoff Full Story

Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi (CCB) member Clare Lopez, believes that in 2011 Hillary Clinton’s State Department was orchestrating its own gun running operation to the Libyan rebels—and that arms dealer Marc Turi has been set up to take the fall for these “illicit arms deals.”

Boehner: Dang it, I can't play golf with Obama anymore because 'everybody gets bent out of shape'
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

You people are really something, you know that? You send a regular guy like John Boehner to Washington - a guy who cuts his own grass and irons his own shirts - and all he wants is to be able to play golf with the president in peace. And you # about it, to the point where he's had to come to the heartbreaking conclusion that hitting the links with Obama just isn't worth the trouble anymore:

Words we Cannot say in the White House--On Immigration and Terrorists
 By William Kevin Stoos Full StoryHugh Betcha Interviews Obama --Satire--
--There Are No Illegals or Terrorists in America, says the President

Where the Nanny State is taking the middle class
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

Countries run more efficiently when there is less government intervention. Government certainly has its role in providing a strong military, adequate border defense, police and fire protection, and education.

Willing to Give Iran Benefit of Doubt? Consider John Kerry’s Scary Answers Before Congress!
 By John Lillpop Full StoryAlthough it is hard to imagine, there are apparently some Americans who actually believe that Barack Obama and John Kerry are patriotic, competent Americans who have negotiated in America’s best interests with the terrorist state of Iran concerning that regime’s nuclear ambitions.

American & Canadian Politics


Lawmakers informed that Hillary’s emails contain ‘hundreds’ of instances of classified nat-sec mate
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

For the last week or so, the Hillary faithful have been hanging their hat on the notion that “only four emails” sent from her private server contained classified material.  They argue that these four emails, which contained classified material from five national security agencies, were just a simple mistake.  There was no reason to think that they were emblematic of a larger problem.

American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

Corporate Welfare for Toyota A Cruel Joke on Taxpayers
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Aaron Wudrick   --Financial, Business, Economy

OTTAWA, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) reacted to the federal-provincial announcement to provide Toyota Canada with $100 million in taxpayer dollars calling it a “cruel joke on taxpayers.”

Liberty Counsel Delivers Planned Parenthood Petitions to Congress
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Freedom

Washington, DC - Liberty Counsel hand-delivered over 25,000 petitions asking Congress to investigate and defund Planned Parenthood. More petitions are being signed and will be delivered later this week.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz fails - miserably - to explain the difference between a Democrat and a Soci
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Usually, when a completely discredited very important Democrat appears on the Chris Matthews program, you expect to see a lot of coddling and hand holding. These people represent Matthews’ team, and he can normally be counted on to go easy with the questions. Every once in a while, though, he lives up to the show’s name and lobs a Hardball. - See more at:

Court Rules Public Library Must Permit Religious Expression
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Freedom

Lawrence, MA - A federal court ordered the Lawrence Public Library to open its meeting rooms to religious groups and issued a court order prohibiting the library from enforcing its unconstitutional policy of denying access to programs that include religious viewpoints.

American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

EGYPT: Fate of Kidnapped Christians Unknown
 By News on the Net   --Christianity - Religion

Source: Morning Star News

Travelling to Libya to be a migrant worker is considered “a quest for the insane” because of the extreme danger involved, according to Ezz Tawfik, a Coptic journalist in Upper Egypt. Yet, in spite of the potential harm, crushing poverty in Egypt drives many, like Bakhit Nageh Efrank Ebeid, 21, to risk their lives in hopes of providing food for their families. That’s why he set out from Kom Badar, Egypt, for Tripoli, Libya.

It’s Time for President Obama to Approve Keystone XL
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

President Obama has delayed approving the Keystone XL pipeline for almost 7 years, indicating that he would only approve the pipeline if it did “not significantly exacerbate the problem of carbon pollution.”[1] The President’s assertion is suspect, considering there are other sources of oil that the President doesn’t seem to have problems with that emit more carbon dioxide when produced than Canadian oil sands.

Former Exxon President On Mission To Clean Up Oil Sands
 By Stafford   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Canada has given oil sands a dirty reputation, but a breakthrough, commercially viable technology has caught the eye of a former Exxon Mobil president who is putting it to use to clean up Utah’s billions of barrels of oil sands.

Sennheiser headphones cut the umbilical cord
 By Jim Bray   --Science-Technology

Sennheiser’s RS 175 wireless headphones are a nice way to keep your tunes - or whatever you’re listening to - private while freeing you from being tethered to your audio system. And they do a nice job of it. They sound good, too, as well as offering bass boost and fake surround sound settings.

If Iran starts cheating, Netanyahu has no choice but to strike
 By James Jay Carafano   --World News

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Vienna Agreement overseeing Iran’s nuclear program brought no joy to Tel Aviv.

Obama’s Unilateral Surrender Foreign Policy
 By Michael R. Shannon   --American Politics

It’s not always necessary for a nation to wave the white flag for its enemies to know it has surrendered. Sometimes a leak from an administration official will do just fine without requiring all the logistics of a formal surrender ceremony.

Oh no: New Planned Parenthood video includes lovely review of the day’s available body parts
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Rob and I agreed that neither of us really had the stomach for this one, but we needed to deal with it and you needed to see it. So he’s working on Hillary’s disdain for your intelligence and I’m left with the task of showing you this.

Hillary says her ‘greatest weakness’ is getting frustrated by people who don’t ‘understand’ how righ
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Haven’t heard of a website called “TheSkimm?” Don’t worry about it. Basically it’s a blog that puts together a daily rundown of news stories. It’s sort of like the Daily Briefings compiled by our own Clark Barrow, but it’s less in depth and less focused on politics.

More “Stimulus” is Not the Answer
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Aaron Wudrick   --Canada

Storm clouds are forming over Canada’s economy. Largely in part to a dramatic drop in world oil prices, Canada’s economy shrank during the first half of 2015. The drop was small – approximately 0.5 per cent – but a drop nonetheless. And with a federal election call possibly imminent, politicians are naturally looking for ways to convince the voting public that they are “taking action” to “boost” Canada’s economy.

GOP debate #1: Issues and answers, or jump on Trump?
 By Heritage Foundation   --American Politics

With the first Republican presidential debate just a week away, Donald Trump’s surge in popularity as a candidate has heightened the anticipation of what might happen. Most media people are wondering if Trump will be a pit bull or just a mild-mannered bulldog.

No income inequality crisis in Canada when it’s properly measured
 By Fraser Institute   --Canada

TORONTO—Canada has only seen modest increases in income inequality among families, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

The challenge of mining rare-earth materials outside China
 By American Chemical Society   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Five years ago, the cost of rare-earth materials that are critical for today’s electronics went through the roof. An export quota set by China, which mines most of the world’s rare earths, caused the price run-up. Though short-lived, the occurrence spurred calls for developing mines outside China, but whether others can challenge the country’s dominance remains to be seen, reports Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society.

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