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Quebec Law Would Stifle Criticism of Radical Islam

- Aug 27, 2015

While the rest of Canada is being force-fed the Duffy Senate “scandal,” in Quebec a proposed law that will label any criticism of Islam or Islamism as “hate speech” is being quietly pushed through the National Assembly.



Center for Medical Progress Calls Planned Parenthood-Commissioned Analysis of Videos ‘Complete

- Aug 27, 2015

The Center for Medical Progress has condemned a Planned Parenthood-commissioned analysis that claims the undercover videos released by the organization did not “present a complete or accurate record of the events,” according to the New York Times.



Mitsubishi upgrades its RVR for 2015

- Aug 27, 2015

Mitsubishi’s entry into the crowded entry level SUV/Crossover market is a decent vehicle made even more so for the 2015 model year. The RVR (called the Outlander Sport in the U.S. market) now sports a mid-year added 2.4 litre four banger for the GT and SE Limited versions, adding a bit more oomph compared to the base two litre version that’s still available on the ES, SE 2WD and 4WD models.



Lambert and Stamp a fascinating look behind The Who’s scenes

- Aug 27, 2015

Fans of The Who will want to see Lambert and Stamp, a new documentary by director James D. Cooper that gives us a look at the duo who took a raw and unpolished gem of a rock band and honed it into the legendary musical and cultural force it became.



The Invaders: A Parable

- Aug 27, 2015

Pulling into our driveway after a relaxing month-long cruise, my wife Mary yelled, “What the…?” Mexican flags, old cars, discarded beer cans, and trash were all over our property.







MSNBC sends Al Sharpton to the graveyard of forgotten shows

- Aug 27, 2015

Whatever else Al Sharpton may be, he’s not an idiot. Sure, he’s a tax cheat, his grip on reality is tenuous, he’s barely literate, and his knowledge of American politics is dwarfed by that of the average two-year-old, but he’s no dummy.  Somehow, he managed to parlay his life as a lowly street thug and FBI informant into a major media career. You may not like him, but you have to admit that takes a certain amount of (admittedly crooked) brainpower.



Toronto man denied subsidized housing for not being Muslim

- Aug 27, 2015

TORONTO — A disabled Toronto man had his name removed from the waiting list of a subsidized city apartment because he does not meet the main criteria for living there: being Muslim.



Obama turns blind-eye on chance to secure true energy independence

- Aug 27, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C.—For decades, U.S. presidents have made achieving American energy security a top priority.



Immigration: The Refugee Scam

- Aug 27, 2015

Jeb Bush has called illegal migration “an act of love.” And all over the West we see nations being loved to death, with endless human waves from Third World countries washing ashore. The results were predictable and are now plain: balkanization, riots, ethnic and racial strife and no-go areas in European lands. Yet we’re told that accepting what are “refugees” is a humanitarian imperative. Yet no one, it seems, points out an obvious fact, something that really is the crux of the matter.







CFP holds the American Flag high

- Aug 27, 2015

Thank-you very much for your continued excellent writings – you hold the American Flag High – I pass on your articles to as many as I can.



Don’t Repeal First Nations Financial Transparency Act

- Aug 27, 2015

(This commentary ran in the National Post on Tuesday, August 25, 2015)

Imagine Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau promising to keep his salary a secret after being elected prime minister. It’s an unfair violation of privacy, he might say. It only serves to inflame negative stereotypes about overpaid politicians. And why should people in other countries be able to look up his prime ministerial salary on the Internet?



Three Quarters Of UK Manufacturers Want Green & Climate Policies Reformed

- Aug 27, 2015

As many as 73% of manufacturers want to see legislative reform of the UK’s current environmental and climate change policies, according to a new survey by the manufacturers organisation EEF. Respondents claimed that existing regulations are harming their international competitiveness. Earlier this year, EEF’s senior climate and environment policy adviser warned that large UK manufacturers could be forced to move their operations overseas if countries cannot agree a unilateral cap on emissions at the Paris climate talks, thanks to the burden of environmental regulation.—Brad Allen, Edie News, 27 August 2015



“The IDF Strategy”: A Focused Action Approach

- Aug 27, 2015

The publication of the document “The IDF Strategy” – a milestone in the development of the relationship between the military and the civilian population – is unprecedented. It is impossible to overstate the importance of the transparency manifested by the very publication of the document, a most welcome occurrence.



Little Rhody Beats Up Big Labor

- Aug 27, 2015

Public sector unions have been taking it on the chin the last four years. Right-to-work legislation expanded business and prosperity in Indiana. Wisconsin’s Scott Walker diminished their funding streams and statehouse collusion though his popular yet controversial Act 10 collective bargaining reforms.

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