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The Ice Man Cometh

 By Judi McLeod Full Story
Somewhere in the murky mists of a future, which is fast becoming the present, Obama the Ice Man, Cometh.

Tides turn when life-dishonoring culture becomes endemic
 By A. Dru Kristenev Full StoryHistory has proven that when a culture condones wanton killing as a metaphor for personal freedom, it has reached its apex and can go nowhere but down, dissolving under the weight of amorality. Yet, outside its dissolute halls of “justice” there arises a new culture that despises gratuitous death imposed on the innocent, the undeserving and the unwanted.

EPA Regulations forcing compliance on new appliances
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

If you ask an engineer, he will tell you that CO2 is not a pollutant, and burning fossil fuels has made the Earth greener because their emissions are rapidly assimilated by sunlight. As Dr. Klaus Kaiser had explained, “incomplete combustion can cause air quality problems, not because of CO2 but due to soot particles and nitrogen oxides,” particularly in high density urban areas where the air tends to be stagnant. There is a reason why Chicago, the ‘Windy City,’ has not had an air quality problem.

Restoring the Compact Theory Is Vital to Restoring the Constitution
 By Tim Dunkin Full Story

When he authored the Kentucky Resolution of 1798, Thomas Jefferson based his arguments for nullification, in part, upon the compact theory of the relationship between the states and the Federal Government. According to this original understanding of the State-Federal relationship, the Constitution under which the Republic was to operate was the creation of the several states, and thus the Federal government was also the creation of these states.

Poisoning Afghan Schoolgirls
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story

On Monday, as many as 126 teachers, schoolgirls and kindergartners were poisoned at the Habibul Mustafa School in Afghanistan's western Herat province. Herat provincial hospital spokesman Muhammad Rafiq Sherzai revealed some of the victims were vomiting and some were unconscious when they were admitted, but that they were all in stable condition.

Dems Officially Endorse Anti-Cop BlackLivesMatter Movement
 By Matthew Vadum Full Story

The Democratic National Committee has officially endorsed the increasingly violent Black Lives Matter movement whose paranoid radical left-wing members accuse police nationwide of systemic anti-black racism and brutality against black suspects.

Trump’s AD Era forcing Obama off the front page
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

It’s September 2015, in the newly unfurled AD era, AD meaning ‘After Donald’.

Trump’s Best Ally–the Liberal Media
 By Lance Thompson Full Story

Many people have been surprised by Donald Trump’s domination of media election coverage. Compared to other top tier candidates, he spends little on advertising, yet he’s mentioned in almost every story on the campaign, and he has rocketed to the top of the GOP field. How is this possible? Thank the mainstream media.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck: Why isn't Black Lives Matter classified a hate group?
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

Nice object lesson this morning on how the left reacts to questions that make it collectively uncomfortable. It basically comes down to this: "Can you believe she asked that question? What a horrible question! Destroy her!"

Radical politics of Canadian Bishops seeks to turn Canada over to the lib-left
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

The first obvious outcome of the Barack Obama-celebrated Pope Francis ‘Laudato Si ‘encyclical on the environment will be the return of the Lib-left as the Government of Canada.

Illinois now giving lottery winners IOUs
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

This is perfect in so many ways. People seek free money from people who promise free money in exchange for votes. They get the votes. But when it comes to doling out the free money, well, they're a little short of money and they have a little problem passing the budget that would give them the legal authority to distribute it anyway.

So Much To Look Forward To
 By Ray DiLorenzo Full StoryIf you are listening to many financial experts, preachers and culture watchers, September and October promise to be from hell. Wall Street watchers hint at bigger trouble down the road. Many financial experts predict economic collapse and war. Bible prophesy sentinels say Elul 29 (September 13, 2015) is the end of a seven year cycle (Shemitah), a time when most major financial corrections take place.

American & Canadian Politics


Reviving Perennial Borders & More For Fall
 By Wes Porter   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

Fall commences this 22nd September. Among other notable dates this month the 13th is Grandparent’s Day followed two days later by Felt Hat Day. The 19th September has been declaimed to be Talk Like a Pirate Day, surely dedicated to Johnny Depp while the last Friday of the month is listed as Hug a Vegetarian Day.

American & Canadian Politics

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Deficits are eternally temporary
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Todd MacKay   --Financial, Business, Economy

This column originally ran in the Winnipeg Free Press on Sept. 2, 2015

A small, temporary deficit is just what Canada needs, according to Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. That promise is a shock in this endless election, but Manitobans have heard it before. That experience sheds an important light on Mr. Trudeau’s plan.

Scientific Paper Retractions On The Rise
 By Jack Dini   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Retractions of scientific papers are on a steep rise. They join a string of science scandals ranging from Andrew Wakefield’s study linking childhood vaccine and autism to the allegations that Marc Hauser, once a star psychology professor at Harvard, fabricated data for research on animal cognition, reports Bourree Lam. (1)

Exposure to phthalates could be linked to pregnancy loss
 By American Chemical Society   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

A new study of more than 300 women suggests that exposure to certain phthalates — substances commonly used in food packaging, personal-care and other everyday products — could be associated with miscarriage, mostly between 5 and 13 weeks of pregnancy. The research, appearing in the ACS journal Environmental Science & Technology, is the first epidemiological study on non-work-related exposure to phthalates to provide evidence for the possible link among a general population.

Breaking: Dem. Barbara Mikulski becomes 34th vote for Iran nuke ‘deal’ - protecting it in Congress
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

It’s a big day for the alliance between Democrats and the world’s number one terrorist state. Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) has just announced that she will support President Obama’s “deal” with Iran, guaranteeing that the plan will be safe from any GOP attempt to derail it.

From Reuters:

BREAKING: Democratic Senator Mikulski says will support Iran nuclear agreement, giving Obama votes needed to protect deal in Congress.

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And here come the ads… Trump and Jeb lash out at each other.
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

If there are two guys in the GOP field who really don’t seem to care for each other, it’s Jeb Bush and Donald Trump.  Trump labelled Bush a “low energy” person who “doesn’t really want to be doing what he’s doing” and Bush has referred to Trump as a “clown,” a “buffoon,” and an “@$$hole.”  Given the animosity between them, it’s probably not surprising that the last 24 hours has seen the launch of two attack ads - one from each side.

Canadian Taxpayers Federation Calls for Transparency around Possible 2024 Olympic Bid
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Christine Van Geyn   --Canada

TORONTO, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is calling on Mayor John Tory and Premier Kathleen Wynne to end the secrecy around plans for Toronto to bid on the 2024 Olympic Games.
To date, not even basic details about Toronto’s possible bid are available. The Canadian Olympic Committee has offered to pay the $150,000 application fee, but there are no details about where the rest of the money for a bid will come from. The price tag for bidding alone is between $50 million and $60 million.

Canada’s Uneven Economic Growth: What Policymakers Should Do
 By C.D. Howe Institute   --Canada

Toronto, – Economic growth from technological innovation tends to spring up in unpredictable places, creating winners and losers, states a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute. In “Mushrooms and Yeast: The Implications of Technological Progress for Canada’s Economic Growth,” author Peter Howitt finds that rather than focusing on supporting specific industries, governments should encourage and harness economic growth through a process of “creative destruction.”

Struggles ahead in China for chemical and pharmaceutical companies
 By American Chemical Society   --World News

China’s economic downturn plus other factors, including overcapacity and tightening regulations, mean the next two to three years could be challenging for the foreign chemical and pharmaceutical companies located there. To survive in China as it adjusts to a slower pace of growth, businesses will likewise need to adapt, reports Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society.

Obama Rebuffed As Superpowers Refuse To Sign Arctic Climate Agreement
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

On Sunday and Monday, foreign ministers and other international leaders met in Anchorage, Alaska to attend the Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic. As a sign of the importance the United States placed on the Alaska forum, President Barack Obama attended. He used the conference as a platform for urging swifter action to combat climate change. After the conference, the representatives of the Arctic Council members signed a joint statement affirming “our commitment to take urgent action to slow the pace of warming in the Arctic.”

National Security and International Legitimacy
 By INSS--Pnina Sharvit Baruch   --World News

Throughout the document published recently by the IDF Chief of Staff on IDF strategy, special attention was devoted to retaining Israel’s international legitimacy for the use of force. The issue was in fact interwoven into the document’s very fabric. The document underscores the importance of attaining international legitimacy, since “the enemy is active in non-military kinetic dimensions and has in the past succeeded in neutralizing IDF’s successes in that realm.”

Media Nervous Over Hillary Sting Videos
 By Cliff Kincaid   --American Politics
You know an event is potentially damaging to Hillary Clinton or other top Democrats when Dana Milbank of The Washington Post shows up. Hence, Milbank’s attendance at Tuesday’s James O’Keefe news conference on Clinton campaign violations of federal election law was an indication that the Democrats are concerned.
The Truth About Congressional Pro-Israel Theater
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics

Here is how the pro-Israel theater works.

Every other country has its American embassy in its capital. Except Israel. Every few years, Congress would bring up a bill or a resolution calling or even mandating that the embassy be moved to Jerusalem. Even politicians not known for their great love of the Jewish State would vote for it.

VIDEO: James O’Keefe catches Hillary’s staff breaking campaign laws
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

In one sense, what you're about to see is as classic Clinton as it gets. You know the law, but you come up with a kinda sorta technical way to skirt it while still being able to claim you "techically" stayed within in. And at any rate, you figure, it's small potatoes and no one will care anyway.
Obama Climate Agenda Banks on Wishful Wind Growth
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

President Obama recently announced the final version of his so-called “Clean Power Plan,” which requires states to slash carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants. This regulation is the centerpiece of the president’s “climate action plan,” which is designed to eliminate the use of coal—and eventually, natural gas. To work toward the president’s climate agenda, the administration projects the U.S. will add massive amounts of wind and solar energy over the coming decades. In fact, the EPA mandates subsidized wind developers to add more electrical capacity to the grid in eight years than the industry did in the previous 118 years.

At U of Tennessee: Goodbye he and she, hello ‘ze’
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Life, History, Education

If you want to find some sort of silver lining in the cloud of America’s exploding cultural insanity, consider: The sort of stuff that conservative cartoonists would five years ago have depicted liberals doing, they’re now doing for real. Speech codes have actually been around for awhile, but it was only a matter of time before they took aim at specific outrages that offend their widdle sensibiwiddies, like the use of pronouns that oppressively acknowledge there is a distinction to be made between males and females.

Saffron: The Gold Flavouring
 By Wes Porter   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

Many millennia ago an unknown person, perhaps a child, pulled the bright reddish-yellow threads from the centre of a crocus. Finding their fingers stained yellow, they almost instinctively licked them, only to encounter an unusual, pleasant taste. Thus was discovered saffron.

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