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The United States Is Bleeding To Death!

 By Leigh Bravo Full Story

The United States is bleeding to death under the Obama Administration and it is time for a full transfusion to rid our country of the cancer that is slowly but surely destroying our way of life.

Iran--Is Obama Conning 340 Rabbis or 200 Generals?
 By David Singer Full Story

The upcoming debate and vote in the US Congress to endorse the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with Iran (JCPOA) has become even more critical now that President Obama has reportedly secured the necessary votes to veto any Congressional resolution of disapproval.

It Is Time to Put the Limit Back in Limited Government
 By Dr. Robert R. Owens Full Story

I own a small farm, a berry patch, to be exact, and for the particular type of berry that I grow it is much more profitable to market them as organic. I grow everything organically out of choice. However, to market anything as organic the operation must be certified by the government.

Excellent: Daily Signal destroys Obama's doom-and-gloom global warmist speech in Alaska
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

While everyone is talking about President Obama's decision to rename Mount McKinley, it's worth remembering that his main purpose in taking the Alaska trip in the first place was to do more blustering about global warming. And it's even more worth remembering why liberals talk about global warming, which is that they're using it as a pretext to push for massive tax increases, new federal controls on manufacturing and more government intervention in energy markets.

Hillary Clinton: prison cell, not Oval Office
 By David L. Hunter Full Story

Delusional, morally bankrupt, self-obsessed Hillary Clinton—a metaphorical modern day power-obsessed Lady Macbeth (with the same self-destructive [political] behavior) is the poster child of the dictionary definition of treason: a violation of allegiance to one's sovereign or to one's state and the betrayal of a trust or confidence; breach of faith; treachery. (Indeed, staffers should have known something was amiss when the Clinton's movers snatched everything not nailed down when the Clintons left the White House—the people's house—the first time.) Yes, people of Hillary's ilk live by a single axiom: numero uno first, last and always.

Politics: WaPo: At least 188 of Hillary's e-mails contained classified material
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

Remember when Hillary insisted that she never sent or received classified material on her poorly secured, illegal homebrew server? Actually you don't have to remember it because she's still going around saying it - which becomes more hilarious every day with what we're finding out about what she actually did on that server.

Yes: Norm MacDonald lays the smack to horrible comedian who ripped on the Bible
 By Dan Calabrese Full StoryI think I recall hearing in passing that Saturday Night Live alum Norm MacDonald is a Christian, but until today I had never seen him display his faith in the context of his show business career. That doesn't mean he never had, just that I hadn't seen it, which is probably more on me than on him.

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.

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Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Jailed for Her Conscience
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Freedom

ROWAN COUNTY, KY -Today, Federal Judge Bunning ordered Rowan County, Kentucky, Clerk Kim Davis to be taken into custody by federal marshalls and to remain in jail until she agrees to issue licenses for same-sex marriage bearing her name.
The plaintiffs did not even request incarceration, but Judge Bunning said that financial fines were not enough and ordered her to jail.

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Is a hacker selling Hillary’s enitre unreleased email archive for $500K?
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

OK, everyone. It’s time for some “news” you’ll need to take with a grain of salt. According to RadarOnline, a hacker has Hillary’s entire email archive - all 32,000 unreleased messages - and he or she is looking to sell.  The price tag is supposedly hovering around half a million dollars.

Loyalty Pledges
 By Sarge   --American Politics

“I Pledge Allegiance to the Republican/Democrat Party One party under guard without liberty of thought and with injustice for all”. (The New Pledge of Political Allegiance)

This should be the pledge signed by all people seeking to replace the Presidential administration presently in place in America.

Denmark Readies U-Turn on Ambitious Climate Targets
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Denmark’s widening budget deficit is forcing its policy makers to take some hard decisions in the very area where they are considered global role models: the fight against climate change. Denmark’s Liberal government is to reverse ambitious CO2 emission targets introduced by the previous administration. It will also drop plans to phase out coal-fired power plants and become fossil-fuel free by 2050, according to leaked documents first reported by newspaper Information. The news about Denmark’s cost-cutting measures, which also include a reduction in green funding initiatives worth 340 million kroner ($51.5 million) through 2019, came on the same day on which U.S. President Barack Obama issued a global appeal for urgent action in the buildup to a United Nations summit in Paris in December.—Peter Levring, Bloomberg, 1 September 2015

Worker choice the next logical step in reforming Canada’s labour relations laws
 By Fraser Institute   --Canada

VANCOUVER — While new federal legislation improves union accountability, unionized workers in Canada’s private sector still face a lack of choice when it comes to joining and financially supporting a union, finds a new report released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

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Recent Columns

Huffington Post Attack on Admiral Lyons is Based on Willful Ignorance
 By Roger Aronoff   --Media - Media Bias

Too often members of the mainstream media are content to marginalize those with whom they disagree, and mock experts as dark conspiracy theorists rather than rebutting their points. When the Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi (CCB) held its first conference exposing the Benghazi scandal, The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank followed this derogatory playbook to the letter.

Thanks to the polls, or lack thereof, CNN alters debate criteria to include Carly Fiorina
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

After delivering what was probably the best performance seen in both of the August GOP debates, Carly Fiorina has been enjoying a bump in the polls. According to the Real Clear Politics average, she’s now in 7th place.  Granted, she’s only polling at about 5.8%, which is well behind the likes of Trump, Bush, and Carson, but it still represents a substantial shift.

Goodell deflates: Federal judge throws out Tom Brady suspension in its entirety
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Life, History, Education

Judge Richard Berman did this morning what NFL Commissioner refused to do, and what the preening sports media had neither the integrity nor the brains to do. He delivered justice, favoring evidence over scuttlebutt and public perception.

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.

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.

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.

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