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Perception is everything and Francis, by his official visit, is paying homage to the world’s most infamous champion of partial birth abortion
God, protect our babies from both president and pope

 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Unless his intention is to radically change or convert President Barack Obama, when Pope Francis descends on America next month, he will in essence be paying open homage to the world’s top champion of partial birth abortion.

Obama Stopped Being a Christian American Upon Election to POTUS
 By Jerry McConnell Full Story

January 20, 2009, was the date; the infamous date when the destroyer of the country called the United States of America began his crusade to kill off as many citizens as possible, and as many symbols and patriotic sayings as he possibly could annihilate. If some took actual lives with his deadly thrusts, the happier he was and the more he enjoyed being the "Messiah" of doom.

Marxist Populism in Latin America: Why not Name and Shame?
 By Guest Column Adolpho Lindenberg Full Story

In the current criticism of the ‘Bolivarian’ Governments in Latin America (Venezuela, Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador and Brazil) corruption is strongly emphasized as if it were the main cause of the current misguided economic policies.

The Planned Parenthood Carnage
 By Obie Usategui Full Story

Just in case you may have missed it, one of the most gruesome and poignantly repulsive stories as of lately has to be Planned Parenthood's federally subsidized marketing of aborted fetuses -- our tax dollars being used at their best, right? What is America coming to?

Why Muslim Rapists Prefer Blondes: A History
 By Raymond Ibrahim Full Story

--Raymond Ibrahim
The Muslim penchant to target “white” women for sexual exploitation—an epidemic currently plaguing Europe, especially Britain and Scandinavia—is as old as Islam itself, and even traces back to Muhammad.

Jewish demographic tailwind; no Arab demographic time bomb
 By Yoram Ettinger Full Story

In 1898, the top Jewish demographer, Simon Dubnov, projected 0.5mn Jews in Israel in 2000. He was off by 5.5mn Jews.

In 1944, the founder of Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics, Prof. Roberto Bacchi, projected 2.3mn Jews in 2001, a 33% minority. He was wrong by 3.7mn Jews.

Mulcair's Own Huge Eve Adams' Blunder- It's All About Olivia
 By Mitch Wolfe Full Story

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair just committed his worst political blunder of this ongoing unofficial federal election campaign. He permitted and in fact promoted the candidacy of Olivia Chow to run as the federal NDP candidate in the newly-formed downtown Toronto Spadina-Fort York riding.

Yes, That Olivia Chow!  Yesterday’s, Yesterday’s, Yesterday’s Woman. Holier than Chow. The Yoko Ono of federal politics. Chow has more political baggage than Imelda Marcos has shoes.

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.

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Dog Days, Garden Etiquette, Rose Scent
 By Wes Porter   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

The sultry summer dog days are well and truly here. CBC’s meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe was right when she predicted back in early May that from coast to coast, this summer would be ‘hot hot hot!’ Rather than water the garden with the sweat of your brow, it is time to take advantage of your previous labours, lay back and watch the sprinklers swish back and forth.

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This is Your Nuremberg, Planned Parenthood
 By Matt Barber   --American Politics

Nazi monster Dr. Josef Mengele is known to have ordered the murder of over 400,000 Jews at Auschwitz from 1943 to 1945. Thousands more he kept alive and mercilessly tortured to death during experiments intended to create an Aryan super-race.

A Tour of Our Decadent Civilization
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics

Civilizations normally go through three stages; Barbaric, Vigorous and Decadent.

It’s easy to find examples of barbaric and decadent civilizations. We can find all the barbaric civilizations to suit an entire faculty’s worth of anthropologists in the Middle East. And then back home we can see the decadent civilization that employs their kind to bemoan the West.

McConnell announces Tuesday vote to defund Planned Parenthood
 By Herman Cain   --American Politics

It’s starting to look like Mitch McConnell has done something right, although I realize sneaky majority leaders have ways of making it look that way when it’s not really true. Planned Parenthood has become so indefensible, McConnell appears to think he has no choice but to allow a Senate vote to defund it – which is scheduled for Tuesday.
Was There a Quid Pro Quo?
 By Chuck Lehmann   --American Politics

The definition of of “Quid Pro Quo” is:  “a favor or advantage granted or expected in return for something of value”.  Do any prominent people in our political system seem to be engaged in the practice of a “quid pro quo”?  Does the name Clinton come to mind?

Well, if not, maybe it should.  It seems that every time the Clintons got paid for a speech or a donation to the Clinton Foundation, something good happened to the donor (mostly financial).  That smelled something like a “quid pro quo”, don’t you think?

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Dem’s Desperately Digging for Dirt on the Donald – The Birther Revival?
 By Rev. Michael Bresciani   --American Politics

This writer would make the Donald my last choice in a field of sixteen candidates from the GOP primary, but if he is the last man standing after the primaries he would be my first choice for president.

The press tried to get Trump to retract remarks he made to no avail.

Fifty Shades of Grey . . . Garden
 By Wes Porter   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

Like a certain popular pornographic novel, monochrome gardens have had their detractors. Nevertheless, as recently as summer of 2011, Julia Hess, a senior horticulturist at the celebrated Missouri Botanical Gardens in St Louis created a sensational black-and-white display in the five acres of grounds surrounding the residence of the garden’s director. Whether she was inspired by the black-and-white themed artists’ ball so ably directed by Vincent Minnelli in An American in Paris, reprised with equal success a few years later in the screen version of My Fair Lady, Hess isn’t saying. What she has admitted is that, if ever she repeated such a planting, she would add more silver plants to the palette or, more prosaically, shades of grey.

More Important: Cecil, The Lion, Or Lives & Body Parts of Human Babies?
 By John Lillpop   --American Politics

To those who believe in God Almighty and the awesome potential of Divine wrath, hold onto to your shirts with both hands!

Hillary’s Solar PV Plan Aids Chinese Manufacturing
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Hillary Clinton recently announced two energy goals that she would undertake as President:

Obama strikes again
 By Caroline Glick   --American Politics

Obama’s first hope was to reach a deal with his Iranian friends that would leave the Assad regime in place. But the Iranians blew him off.

Huckabee is Right: Iran Nuclear Deal Brings us Closer to Catastrophe of Holocaust Proportions
 By Anne Bayefsky   --American Politics

This article by Anne Bayefsky originally appeared on Breitbart News.

When former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee raised the specter of the Holocaust in his evaluation of President Obama’s Iran deal, he touched a raw nerve because Huckabee got it right: The Holocaust taught us that evil is not satiated after it consumes Jews. A deal that is catastrophic for Israel is also catastrophic for the United States.

Political parties should pay their own way
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Todd MacKay   --Canada

This column originally ran in the Winnipeg Free Press on July 31, 2015

Governments spend money on all kinds of foolish things from robotic Christmas trees to beer growlers to pensions for former members of parliament who are criminals. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) works hard to reduce government waste and we’re not going to run out of work any time soon. But accountability is another key pillar of our work so we don’t quibble over the funding for one government function: democratic institutions.

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.

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.

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