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To the chagrin of progressives, especially those who are African American, we have not heard the last from this remarkable young woman. She plans to keep making videos. Patty has a bright future ahead of her no matter what she intends to do
Meet the woman whose video about George Takei went viral

 By Arthur Weinreb Full Story

Patty, who for obvious reasons does not want her full name used, operates the Facebook page, Young, Black and Conservative. On Friday she uploaded a video in response to comments actor George Takei made about Justice Clarence Thomas’s remarks in his dissenting opinion in the Supreme Court same sex marriage case.

The End Is Near
 By Church Militant Full Story

Why is it that even secular media types can see what U.S. bishops seemingly cannot see?

Pro-Marxist Sells Greece to Moscow
 By Cliff Kincaid Full Story

The coverage of the economic disaster in Greece, a strategic NATO country, has mostly ignored the role of Vladimir Putin’s Russia in the growing global turmoil.

Obama and EPA imperil minority welfare
 By Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek Full Story

The Obama Environmental Protection Agency and environmental activists frequently claim that climate change will disproportionately affect poor and minority communities. In their view, this justifies unprecedented environmental regulations, like EPA’s pending “Clean Power Plan” (CPP) to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions from coal and gas-fueled power plants 30% by 2030.

Honoring our Forefathers
 By Lt. Col. (P) Bill Connor Full Story

Like nearly all South Carolinians, I was deeply saddened upon learning of the senseless murders at the Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C. At the time, I was serving (military duties) outside the state when I also learned one of the slain was related to a fellow soldier.

Apparently there's an 'ISIS husband' catalog out there so child brides can select a terrorist
 By Robert Laurie Full Story

Back in February, you may have heard the story of three British girls who tricked their families, headed for the airport, and hopped a plane to Turkey. From there they headed to Syria and straight into the waiting arms of ISIS. When we say "waiting arms" it's not just a figure of speech either. We now know that two of the young girls are married to fine, upstanding, Islamic radicals.

Ontario Court Rules Totalitarianism in the Public Interest
 By Tom Barak Full StoryWinnipeg -- A recent Ontario court decision has denied British Columbia’s Trinity Western University’s law school from receiving accreditation because university administrators did the unthinkable. As a private Christian university Trinity requires its students and faculty to sign a “Community Covenant” which promises, among other things, to abstain from sexual intimacy that violates the sacredness of marriage between a man and woman.

Hating America Transcending Honoring America
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Over the past seven years, the United States of America has become the country people love to hate.

Hating America started as a blamefest and flowered out to a full blown hatefest.

Jane, David and Moses
 By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser Full Story

Jane, as in Fonda and David, as in Suzuki are having a great day. As CTVnews reports, they are rejoicing in a rally “aimed at bringing attention to climate change, employment and justice issues in Canada”, also known as the “climate rally.”

Marching with the enemy
 By Tom Harris Full Story

Imagine pro-tobacco groups wanted to participate in fund raising marches for cancer research. ‘We want to help defeat cancer too,’ the tobacco advocates announce.

Saudi prince giving away his money buying immortality for the Democrats?
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

There should be no big mystery as to why Alwaleed bin Talal, the Saudi prince Bill Gates talked into giving away all his money to charity, is dumping his riches.

Problem solved, TV Land: Here's your new, politically correct Dukes of Hazzard
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

The amazing thing about this is that it was made six years ago - when it was funny enough to imagine liberals trying to PC up the Dukes but still not to the point where you could actually imagine a major cable network pulling it because it isn’t. Hats off to Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy for actually having the prescience to see this coming.

American & Canadian Politics


5 Ways to Fight the Left and Make Your Life Better
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics

Lately I’ve been looking at Organic Opposition instead of Organizational Opposition. The latter is still important, but people are rightly disappointed and angry with everything from the GOP to assorted national groups and bewildered by a wide array of candidates.

Organic Opposition doesn’t require organizations or a movement. It’s about living in ways that naturally oppose the left.

American & Canadian Politics

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Manuel Perez-Vasquez (Mexican Illegal) Brings “Love” to Arizona; Two Children Hospitaliz
 By John Lillpop   --American Politics

Yet another illegal alien has invaded America from 3rd-world Mexico and wreaked havoc among innocent US citizens who are owed safety and security from the Obama administration.

NOPD Under Political Arrest
 By Nadra Enzi   --Crime-Terror-Security

New Orleans hostages and honest policy makers should look to British police privatization-with apologies to PANO (the Police Association of New Orleans)-and American citizen on patrol models like Detroit Street Watchers and the Guardian Angels
for relief from shrinking NOPD staff and growing violent crime.  Outsourced police services and dedicated citizens on patrol can take the pressure off of the few officers left on the force- at least until the current mayor leaves office.

Obama: We won’t be winning any quick victories over that JV team
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Please note that there is a difference between the confident language of victory and the smug language of triumphalism. Barack Obama’s got the latter down pat. With a smirk on your face and your nose in the air, you remind everyone that you won, and you’re going to do what you want to do - and even if you’re not supposed to do it, who’s going to stop you?

Why This Town Has Been On Fire For 50 Years (video)
 By American Chemical Society   --Science-Technology

In 1962, an underground fire started in the coal-mining town of Centralia, Pennsylvania. Fifty-three years later, that fire still burns. In this week’s episode of Reactions, we explain the history and science behind the Centralia mine fire. Does anyone still live there? How could the fire keep burning for so long, and why hasn’t it been extinguished?


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Recent Columns

Bernie Sanders agrees with conservatives: The Obama admin. unemployment numbers are totally phony
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Bernie Sanders spent the last week doing everything he could to paint himself as a left-wing mirror image of Ted Cruz. Sure, he’s on the opposite end of virtually every issue, but the methods are the same. He’s portraying himself as the only “true liberal” in the race, ripping on his own party’s corporatist transgressions, attacking his own party’s elites, and offering the Dem base enough tasty red meat to satisfy Michael Moore. ...And, if you believe the polls, it appears to be working. Bernie Sanders is dragging the base away from Hillary and his numbers are climbing.

Affordable Burgundy Isn’t an Oxymoron
 By David White   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

If any grape demands contemplation, it’s Pinot Noir.

The Gas Framework: Regional and International Aspects
 By INSS--Oded Eran   --World News

The draft of the framework pertaining to the natural gas produced from the Tamar gas field and the development of other fields, especially Leviathan, has not yet been approved by the government or the Knesset. Nonetheless, it is already possible to discuss some regional and international aspects of the issue and their implications for Israel’s relations with its neighbors, the United States, and other nations, e.g., Russia.

Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist Who Endorsed Obama Now Says Prez. is ‘Dead Wrong’ on &#821
 By Marc Morano   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Dr. Ivar Giaever, a Nobel Prize-Winner for physics in 1973, declared his dissent on man-made global warming claims at a Nobel forum on July 1, 2015.

“I would say that basically global warming is a non-problem,” Dr. Giaever announced during his speech titled “Global Warming Revisited.”

Ontario’s Credit Rating Downgrade Means Premier Wynne Must Take Action Now
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation   --Financial, Business, Economy

TORONTO, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) called for immediate action from the Wynne government following Standard & Poor’s (S&P) downgrading of Ontario’s long-term rating from AA- to A+. This is the second time S&P has downgraded Ontario’s credit rating since 2009.

Green Killing Machines
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

As countries build more hydropower projects, new research warns that massive dams pose an extinction threat to mammals, birds, and tortoises—at least in the Amazon. “We’re watching extinction unfold right in front of us,” says co-author Carlos Peres, a Brazilian professor at the university’s School of Environmental Sciences.

Someone’s seen the movie ‘Up’ a few too many times, but holy crap . . .
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Dude, come on. You do know that Up was a movie, right? An animated movie, dude. You can't tie a hundred helium balloons together and use them to go flying. This is real life. It doesn't work that way, dude. You're not getting up in the air sitting in a lawn chair you bought for $20 at the corner store, and you're not going flying, so just forget about this whole thing and . . . holy crap!
Precedents exist for reversing the forced amalgamation of Canadian municipalities
 By Fraser Institute   --Canada

TORONTO—Municipalities forced to amalgamate by their provincial governments can reverse the process, given the right set of circumstances, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

“Nearly every province in Canada has gone through some form of municipal restructuring over the past three decades,” said Lydia Miljan, Fraser Institute senior fellow and co-author of De-Amalgamation in Canada: Breaking Up is Hard to Do.

The Supreme Court, another usurper of Congress constitutional functions
 By Dr. Isaac Yetiv   --American Freedom

The Founding Fathers in their wisdom made the “Separation of Powers” one of the pillars of American democracy. The US Constitution clearly and unequivocally stipulates that “All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and a House of Representatives.”

There have been historically a few cases when the Executive Power usurped the authority of the Legislative Power , but our current president arrogantly made it a habit and , without hesitation, violated the Constitution when it suited his political aims. Experts have tallied about a dozen of such acts. Here are a few of the most flagrant and inexplicable unilateral edicts : he unilaterally allowed one-year grace period and delayed implementation of employer mandate (Obamacare) ; he unilaterally waived the requirement of work for receiving welfare (1996 law) ; he unilaterally provided federal benefits to illegal aliens and granted deferred action on deportation that favors four to five million illegal aliens.

Federal Agencies Should Be Banned from Turning Criminals Over to Sanctuary Cities!
 By John Lillpop   --American Politics

Recent events in the offensive city of San Francisco confirm what many have known for a long while: Ultra-liberal cities, like Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco, must not be trusted with protecting the welfare of citizenry against dangerous criminals. This is so because bleeding heart types almost always become enamored of the criminal while ignoring the victim(s).

British Columbia’s Carbon Tax and “Leakage” Into the U.S.
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

In the U.S. debate over a carbon tax, one of the alleged smoking guns is the experience of British Columbia. The Canadian province established a C$10/ton carbon tax in 2008, which was ramped up gradually until maxing out at C$30/ton (or US$24/ton with current exchange rates) in July 2012. This works out to about 6.7 CDN cents per liter of gasoline, or about 21 US¢ per gallon. The tax is quite broad, with the BC government claiming its “carbon tax applies to virtually all emissions from burning fuels, which accounts for an estimated 70 per cent of total emissions in British Columbia.”

Jade Helm, Terrorist Attacks, Surveillance and Other Fairy Tales for a Gullible Nation
 By John W. Whitehead   --American Freedom

“Strange how paranoia can link up with reality now and then.”—Philip K. Dick, A Scanner Darkly

Once upon a time, there was a nation of people who believed everything they were told by their government.

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