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Equality, Efficiency, Dependency
Where the Nanny State is taking the middle class
By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full StoryCountries 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.
Canadian Islam Converts Plotted to Kill Jewish Children
By Arnold Ahlert Full Story
A Canadian courtroom was the scene for another revelation about the twisted mindset that animates Islamists. Amanda Korody, found guilty for her part in orchestrating a terrorist bomb plot, wanted to infiltrate a synagogue where she could kill "small Jews" so these children would be spared eternal damnation in hell.
Can Trump Win?
By Guest Column Full Story
The GOP base is finally coming out of its economic superiority stupor and focusing on the only issue that has broad appeal to Americans: Law and order. Whether looking out at America’s collapsing boundaries of global influence or within at the pending domestic suicide of our cultural, judicial and economic hegemony, chaos is brewing in a cauldron of lawlessness.
Americans apparently have, at the eleventh hour, subliminally realized the United States can no longer afford to elect a commander-in-chief who will not resolutely defend America’s national sovereignty. Thus we find, to our surprise, that the ever flamboyant, over-the-top billionaire businessman Donald Trump is in a position to win the 2016 presidential race.
Equality Obama-style: profiteering of neighborhoods, fetal organs
By A. Dru Kristenev Full StoryEvery aspect of the Obama administration’s policy of creating equality in America has established the opposite goal. Better characterization of the policy would be that of ‘re-creating,’ as true equality was built into the founding documents at this nation’s outset. There is a dissembling penchant of this president to makeover the world according to his invalid, biased perspective.
America's Enemies Are Laughing at Us
By Cliff Kincaid Full Story
Time magazine is out with a colorful and glossy “Inside the New Cuba” special edition, featuring smiling Cuban kids wearing Communist garb on the cover. Page 64 has a photo showing “Cuban fans” holding up “their national flag” at a baseball game. It turns out that the really happy Cubans are those who have been defecting from the island “paradise,” as Time magazine calls the prison camp country.
Credit goes to Christine Rousselle of Townhall.com for covering these defections. They seem to be developing into a regular feature, with Rousselle providing regular updates about additional defections.
Clinton admires racial purist Margaret Sanger
By David L. Hunter Full Story
Whenever I write about Democrats and their politics I feel very much like Alice (on an acid trip) down the rabbit hole in an Orwellian parallel universe that puts Louis Carroll’s dystopian “Wonderland” to shame. She who will be the Democratic nominee (and statistically is even money to become the next POTUS)—awarded Plan Parenthood’s highest honor in 2009; named after founder, outspoken racist and eugenics advocate Margaret Sanger—claims that “black lives matter,” but publicly defends an institution whose executives were caught on hidden camera video selling aborted fetal organs?
Don’t worry about ‘Climate Security’, the global warming gang’s got you covered
By Judi McLeod Full Story
A friend sends the heads up to be on the alert for a new term being put into use by the busy as beavers climate change fraudsters: The newly minted term du jour is: ‘Climate Security’. (Financial Times, July 27, 2015)
Is a Criminal Probe of Clinton Near?
By Matthew Vadum Full Story
The U.S. Department of Justice has been asked to open a criminal investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified information in emails she sent through her unauthorized, insecure private email server.
Obama to Africa: Get over your past, stop relying on others and solve your own problems
By Dan Calabrese Full Story
We would now like to share with you an excerpt from a speech by Ronald Reagan, in which he tells historically impoverished people that even though they’ve had a rough go of it, they should realize that their best hope going forward is not to blame others or to look to others to rescue them, but rather to take ownership of their futures, change their behaviors and their culture, and and take positive actions going forward so they can live better lives.
For Kate and America's Sake, Don't Let Them Get Away with It
By Lloyd Marcus Full Story
C’mon, Nancy, are you really going to go there? How could you stoop so low? Haven’t you the slightest bit of compassion for murdered Kate Steinle and her grieving family? Must scoring political points even trump American lives?
Proselytizing climate change from the church pulpit
By Judi McLeod Full Story
The triumvirate imposing man-made global warming on civil society as the 21st century’s top issue may have started at the United Nations, but it picked up steam with President Barack Obama somewhat, then surrealistically moved on to include the Vatican through Pope-Gone-Activist-Francis-Bergoglio.
Barack Hussein Obama, The Muslim President
By Obie Usategui Full Story
You know what? Not a day goes by where I am not appalled with what we have come to be as a nation—the once mighty superpower we once were—to be no more; now the laughing stock of many around the world, especially our adversaries.
American & Canadian Politics
S.C. attorney champions “American energy revolution” at international energy summit
By Lt. Col. (P) Bill Connor --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
CAMDEN, S.C. – Environmental attorney Tom Mullikin was described in a recent edition of Alberta Oil magazine as “extolling the glories of the American energy revolution and raining fire and brimstone on the great apostates.”
American & Canadian Politics
Hillary tries to defend Planned Parenthood, ends up calling for investigations into entire abortion
By Robert Laurie --American Politics
Hillary Clinton is a big Planned Parenthood booster, and the feeling is mutual. Back in 2009, Hillary was the recipient of something Planned Parenthood calls the “Margaret Sanger Award.” We don’t really care what it’s supposed to represent (presumably it has something to do with racism and eugenics) but it’s important to know that the organization and the candidate have a long, cozy, history together.
Pan Am Poured Taxpayer Funds Down the Drain
By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Christine Van Geyn --Canada
This op-ed was published on the Huffington Post on Wednesday, July 29, 2015.
As the trope goes, “nobody washes a rented car.” That is, unless you’re the Pan Am Games, and you can pay for it with someone else’s money.
Gun Rights Groups Offer Reward In Slaying Of Seattle Activist Donnie Chin
By CCRKBA --Gun Control - Second Amendment
BELLEVUE, WA – Four Second Amendment organizations, including the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, announced today they are offering a $4,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for the slaying of Donnie Chin, a respected activist in Seattle’s International District, and also a devoted firearms enthusiast and collector.
Social Conservatives Were Right All Along
By Tim Dunkin --American Politics
The Good Book says, “…be sure your sin will find you out,” and this is a lesson that the monsters at Planned Parenthood have been learning for the past three weeks. Caught on camera, these hideous harvesters of human life have been exposed to the whole world as the fiends they are, talking about “gentler” techniques for murdering babies so that they don’t “crunch” the organs of tiny unborn children so they can sell them for profits euphemistically disguised as “reimbursements.” The fact that I could even write a sentence like that is definitive proof that America is infected with evil.
American & Canadian Politics
Hillary: I’ll tell you my position on Keystone XL when I’m president
By Dan Calabrese --American Politics
Since Hillary Clinton wants your vote for the presidency, you might consider it reasonable that you’d want to know her position on all kinds of issues, including the Keystone XL pipeline. Well, she doesn’t agree. And her reason for that is one of the most bizarre excuses we’ve heard from her so far - which is really saying something - for why she won’t answer a question. Because, you see, she was involved with the issue as Secretary of State. That’s why she won’t tell you her position on it.
John Kerry: Iran ‘may’ use weapons obtained via nuke deal to kill Americans
By Robert Laurie --American Politics
There are plenty of good reasons to despise the Iran nuclear deal, not the least of which is the fact that it paves the way for the planet’s number one sponsor of terrorism to acquire a nuclear weapon. The fun, however, does not stop there. Long before they get the bomb, Iran will be enjoying restored access to the international conventional arms market and $150 billion worth of previously frozen assets.
GOP House member files resolution to remove Boehner as Speaker
By Dan Calabrese --American Politics
This is a first. No member of the House of Representatives has ever filed a resolution to remove the Speaker of the House. The resolution is going nowhere, you understand, because the proscibed process puts it in front of a committe that’s packed with Boehner loyalists who will simply bury it and most likely not even offer a response.
Warren Buffett And Elon Musk To Spark A Lithium Boom
By Oilprice.com--James Stafford --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
The age of electrification across the transportation sector, the solar panel revolution, and Tesla’s battery gigafactory are igniting a battle for the cheapest battery. That will transform lithium into a boom-time mineral and the hottest commodity on the energy investor’s radar. It has been easy to take lithium for granted. This wonder mineral is the backbone of our everyday lives, popping up in everything from the glass in our windows to our mountains of electronics.
Next for Hillary? Oval Office or Prison?
By John Lillpop --American Politics
As if Hillary Clinton’s recent plunge in the pools was not bad enough, the congenital liar turned Democrat presidential candidate now faces the prospect of a criminal investigation of her handling of classified e-mails by the federal government.
Charlie Hebdo: A Perfect Example of Why Liberals Should be Hated
By Warner Todd Huston --Crime-Terror-Security
Ed Morrissey reminded me today that I wanted to say something about this foolish cave in to Islam perpetrated by the Charlie Hebdo magazine folks. And the long and short of it is that the people running this magazine are proof that modern liberalism is venal, ignorant, stupid, and evil and should be eschewed by any logical, caring, thinking person.
Alabama Supreme Court Should Say No to Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Groups Say
By Christian Newswire --American Politics
MONTGOMERY, Ala.,—Sanctity of Marriage Alabama, a grassroots organization based in Montgomery urged the Alabama Supreme Court Tuesday to uphold their order from 3 March 2015 that halted same-sex marriage in Alabama.
The Useless Jewish Organization
By Daniel Greenfield --American Politics
After the Iran deal, American Jews turned to the “Establishment” of liberal Jewish organizations to whom they had written out so many checks over the years expecting them to do something about it.
And the organizations did what they do best. They expressed concern.
EPA deletes “navigable” from statute – states sue
By Ron Arnold --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Twenty-nine states, more than half the stars on the American flag, have filed lawsuits against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for redefining the “Waters of the United States,” or WOTUS. EPA rewrote the law, erasing “navigable” and usurping states’ rights by including local seasonal streams, farm irrigation ponds, roadside ditches, and even “connective” dry lands placed under authority of the Clean Water Act.
Obama’s Kenya Flights Cost $6 million, Now Tied for Most Total International Trips
By News on the Net--Doug Kellogg --American Politics
(Alexandria, VA)—Today, President Obama returns from his most recent voyage to Africa, having now spent 161 days abroad during his presidency on 41 international trips. That’s the data from National Taxpayers Union Foundation’s (NTUF’s) new Presidential travel study “Still Up in the Air.”
Global warming update: There’s still snow on the ground in Buffalo
By Dan Calabrese --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
You remember the Snowvember storm that slammed Buffalo, right? It forced the Bills out of a scheduled home game. It piled six feet of snow on the western New York stronghold. You figured the snow would take a long time to melt. But surely it would all be gone by late July, yes?
Drivers, Beware: The Costly, Deadly Dangers of Traffic Stops in the American Police State
By John W. Whitehead --American Freedom
Trying to predict the outcome of any encounter with the police is a bit like playing Russian roulette: most of the time you will emerge relatively unscathed, although decidedly poorer and less secure about your rights, but there’s always the chance that an encounter will turn deadly.
Why are Tattoos Permanent? (video)
In this Reactions video we explore what tattoo ink is made of, why this body art is permanent (whether you like it or not) and other cool facts.
O’Reilly Networks Prefer Seeing Planned Parenthood as a Victim, Not a Lawbreaker (video)
Planned Parenthood Coverage by the network news
Republican candidates pounce on Hillary’s e-mail scandal(video)
Special Report with Bret Baier
Ex-Congressman Allen West Explodes Over Iran Deal During Fiery Times Square Speech(video)
The Republican strongly criticized President Barack Obama’s leadership on the issue, calling him a “weakling” and “charlatan.”
Santorum slams GOP for inaction on Planned Parenthood(video)
"Republicans are afraid of this issue"
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La Tranchardière – a slice of France
It is a joy to drive on such quiet roads and there is definitely a far more relaxed way of life across the water.
Mazda’s new small SUV’s a real winner
The CX-3 is available in a variety of trim levels, starting with the front drive GX ($20,695) and ranging up to the top line GT with the optional Technology Package ($30,495)
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