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Message from Garland, Texas to Baltimore, Maryland

 By Judi McLeod Full Story

A clear and timely message to Baltimore, Maryland from Garland, Texas last night: police officers, risking their lives to do their jobs, keep civilian society safe.

A Pox on Baltimore
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

Thanks to an infection and the antibiotics taken to rid myself of it, I have had several days of being able to do little more than watch the news on television, listen to it on the radio, and reading about it in my daily edition of The Wall Street Journal. If there was anything else happening in the world, you would not know it because it was 24-7 Baltimore, Baltimore, Baltimore.



Climate Change now a top priority in U.S. Foreign Policy
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

The 2015 Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR) was released on April 27. According to the website, it is “a blueprint for U.S. foreign policy.”  Following the 2010 review, the 2015 version identifies priorities and reforms needed to “advance the U.S. interests articulated in the 2015 National Security Strategy.”



Pro-Israel Student Group Meets Opposition from Jewish Leadership
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story

On Thursday, April 23rd, courage, contempt and cowardice collided during a pro-Israel campus event called "iFest" that took place at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). In the middle of the festivities, the president of the student group Anteaters for Israel (AFI), which organized the three-day event, was berated and brought to tears by the president of the Jewish Federation of Orange County (JFOC), who was among the iFest attendees. According to AFI leadership, the incident affirmed that the organization's decision to purposefully disassociate from the JFOC due to its years of questionable leadership and interference in AFI's pro-Israel activism on campus was the right course of action.

The Anti-Cartoon Jihad Comes To America
 By Matthew Vadum Full Story

--FrontPageMag
Two gunmen were killed by police Sunday night after they opened fire wounding a security officer at a Texas art competition featuring works depicting the Muslim prophet Muhammad, a practice that is strictly forbidden in Islam.





Report: World Health Organization Failed at Ebola Response
 By Sierra Rayne Full Story

A new report by The Heritage Foundation analyzes the international response to the Ebola epidemic during 2013 and 2014. The findings are not good news for the World Health Organization (WHO), whose track record has been less than stellar over time.



Vatican rewriting American Founding Father History
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

In an upside-down world where revisionists get to do the rewriting of history and truth, it seems that the ‘Star Pupil’ in the wicked classroom of President Barack Obama is none other than Pope Francis.

Government fulfills Accuser's role through expansive law
 By A. Dru Kristenev Full Story

The concept of Law has been misunderstood as its been handed down over time. Proverbs 1 defines law:



The Left, Right, and Baltimore
 By Jim ONeill Full Story

Looking back at the past forty years,
I now see that things were racing out of control:
People had grown lax and indifferent,
Forming factions and fighting among themselves.








Israel's economy defies common sense
 By Yoram Ettinger Full Story

Irrespective of a cynical and gullible "elite" media, independent of diplomatic pressure, political correctness and conventional wisdom, in defiance of the global economic slowdown, in the face of war and terrorism, and despite ill-advised threats of boycott, divestment and sanctions -- but, due to principle-driven tenacity, inherent optimism, human capital/brain power, creativity, cutting edge ingenuity and breakthrough, game-changing innovations -- Israel's economy is expanding beyond expectations, reacting constructively to pressures/challenges, and developing unique commercial and security niches in response to local and global needs.

Obama and mayors planning not only to reform but to totally replace America’s police forces
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Mayors and city councils--in office largely courtesy of public apathy--are President Barack Obama’s boots on the ground in the ongoing, carefully orchestrated racial riots coming soon to a city near you.

Petition for a Judicial Inquiry into the High River forced entries
 By Dennis R. Young Full Story

Hello!  I have started a petition to the Premier of Alberta: Call a judicial inquiry into the High River Forced Entries.

I need your help to get it off the ground. Will you take a minute to consider signing this important petition?




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Mosque Intervenes in Farage Election Bid by Painting Dome With Political Message (video)
The charity commission has contacted the charity which runs the Mosque “urgently” to remove the mural, as it contravenes UK charity laws on political campaigning.

Six police officers charged in Freddie Gray homicide
Two other officers have been charged with several counts, including involuntary manslaughter. And two other officers are charged with several counts, including second-degree assault.

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Recently, they added the letter "Q". The "Q" can stand for either "queer" or "questioning" (someone who still isn't sure of their sexual identity).



American & Canadian Politics

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The Bible Says: Not Global Warming, but Universal Cold that brings the Planet to its Knees
 By Rev. Michael Bresciani   --Christianity - Religion

Who would have thought that Christ addressed the controversial subject of ‘global warming’ slightly over 2000 years ago? In fact, he was silent on the subject, but was vociferous about the cold that would bring the world into a last day’s calamity of universal proportions.




American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

Obama, Holder Legacy: ISIS in Texas, Racial Wars Throughout America!
 By John Lillpop   --American Politics

Obama, Holder Legacy: ISIS in Texas, Racial Wars Throughout America

According to recently departed Attorney General Eric Holder, he leaves—proudly no less! —a legacy of what he believes historians will see as “Golden Years” at the Department of Justice.


Florida Professor Bullies Christian Student
 By Liberty Counsel   --Christianity - Religion

Polk County, FL - A sixteen-year-old, dual-enrolled student, “G.L.,” is the subject of religious intolerance by humanities professor Lance “L.J.” Russum at Polk State College in Lakeland, Florida. Liberty Counsel has asked the dean to investigate the professor and his curriculum.


Maryknoll’s Work in Nepal: Father Joe Thaler Helps People Displaced by the Earthquake
 By Christian Newswire   --Christianity - Religion

MARYKNOLL, N.Y.,—Maryknoll’s Father Joe Thaler oversees multiple health care and education programs in Nepal.


Selinger Budget Forces Manitobans to Co-Sign Loans in Crayon
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Todd MacKay   --Financial, Business, Economy

This column originally ran in the Winnipeg Sun on May 1, 2015

There’s a woman who’s over 90 with a razor-sharp memory and lightning quick wit who grew up in Southern Manitoba.




American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

Let’s compare Obama’s recovery to Reagan’s, shall we?
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

Let's compare Obama's recovery to Reagan's, shall we

There are recoveries and then there are recoveries, and one pattern we’ve discussed here before is that an economy bouncing back from a recession should - according to the historical pattern - see pretty robust growth.


Here it is: Dr. Ben Carson’s complete announcement speech
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Here it is: Dr. Ben Carson's complete announcement speech

In case you couldn’t catch it live, here is the complete video of Dr. Ben Carson’s presidential announcement. The event was held this morning in the doctor’s home town of Detroit Michigan.


Judicial Watch Files FOIA Lawsuit on Behalf of Alliance Defending Freedom
 By News on the Net   --American Freedom

WASHINGTON,—Judicial Watch announced it has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on behalf of the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) to obtain the release of documents regarding the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) recent decision, following a lawsuit by the Freedom from Religion Foundation, to reevaluate criteria for determining whether churches and other nonprofit organizations can claim tax-exempt status.


The Pope embraces the religion of global warming
 By Marita Noon   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Perhaps you missed the Vatican-sponsored international symposium on climate change held in Rome on April 28. It was a busy news day. The horrific earthquake killed thousands in Nepal and riots broke out in Baltimore.


How Obama’s Recovery Compares to Reagan’s Recovery
 By Heritage Foundation--Stephen Moore, Joel Griffith   --American Politics

How Obama’s Recovery Compares to Reagan’s Recovery

Here’s some advice to the White House: it might be time for President Obama to cancel the rest of his economic “mission accomplished” tour and help figure out how to get the U.S. growing again.


You’re Already Out of Time to Read the Income Tax Act Before Filing Deadline: CTF
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation   --Canada

The Harper government has added 739 pages - over 210,000 - since taking office in 2006

OTTAWA, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is reminding Canadians that while they may have received an extension on filing their taxes this year, with only about 36 hours remaining to Tuesday’s midnight deadline, it’s already too late to try and read the federal Income Tax Act. That’s because it’s 3,314 page long – that’s 1,047,115 words – and would take the average reader more than 58 hours to read (not that many would want to).
“There is no doubt that our tax system has become even more complex under this government,” said CTF Federal Director Aaron Wudrick. “This is particularly unfortunate given the many ways they could have instead cut taxes simply and fairly – for virtually all Canadians.”


Stop Ontario’s Plan for Taxpayer Funded Partisan Ads
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Christine Van Geyn   --Canada

TORONTO, ON: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is calling on the province to immediately stop plans to limit the Auditor General’s oversight of government advertising, allowing for taxpayer funded partisan ads.


Three more GOP presidential announcements coming this week
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics

I don’t really get the sentiment that there are too many Republican presidential candidates. At this point, what’s the harm having lots of contenders? It’s not as if more than one will win the nomination and split the vote. The more the merrier, I say.


If we just had normal growth, we could have a $500 billion surplus this year
 By Herman Cain   --American Politics

I commented on Friday about the Wall Street Journal commentary by Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-Louisiana) in which he offered several good ideas to spur economic growth. But there was something else about that column that really struck me as I looked back on it.


A Prayer for Marriage
 By Matt Barber   --Christianity - Religion

Abba, Father.
Come now, Holy Spirit, and speak through Your humble servant. Let this prayer be Your prayer – truth in love, salt and light.
And war.


The Battle for Daraa: Shifting the Balance in Syria?
 By INSS--Omer Einav   --World News

The battles underway since February 2015 in the Daraa district in southern Syria between the Syrian army, the Iranian Quds forces, and Hizbollah on the one hand, and various rebel groups and organizations on the other, are important for the actors involved, as well as for those not involved.


Silencing skeptics, conservatives and free speech
 By Paul Driessen   --American Freedom

Our scientific method and traditions of free speech and open debate are under assault as never before, by intolerant inquisitors in our media, universities, government agencies, and even Congress and the Vatican.


World’s Most Popular Weedkiller ‘Probably Carcinogenic’
 By Wes Porter   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food

It was consternation then when the highly respected United Nation’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) recently declared it a ‘probable human carcinogen.’


Deng Xiaoping’s Advice on Soviet Relations Applies to China
 By Sierra Rayne   --World News

In a recent conversation with Bill Kristol ofThe Weekly Standard, Jeff Bell—a writer, strategist, and two-time Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate—and Kristoldiscussthe concerns they had at the time over Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger’s policies towards China in the early and mid-1970s:


The Color of Justice In Baltimore
 By Nadra Enzi   --American Politics

As an American (my picture clearly proclaims pigmentation) the Baltimore case of Freddie Gray and officers involved in his arrest has been an ordeal.


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