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Trudeau government: Respect for human rights of others only voluntary

By Arthur Weinreb

The Canadian Press has obtained a copy of a draft citizenship guide the Liberals are working on. These guides are used by people studying to pass their citizenship test. The last time the guide was updated was in 2011 under the Harper government. While some of the changes to the guide were expected based upon Trudeau’s criticism of the Tories’ guide, others were totally unexpected.

I Shared Trump’s Annoyance at Jeff Sessions

By Lloyd Marcus

Everyone is having a cow over Trump criticizing AG Jeff Sessions for removing himself from the absurd FBI investigation that Trump stole the election by scheming with the Russians. Clearly, Sessions was clueless as to what the Trump Administration continues to deal with. Out of their minds with rage over Trump defeating Hillary and dismantling Obama’s tyrannical legacy, Leftists have launched civil war on Trump and his voters. No tactic is too low, dishonest or too evil.

Would Baby Charlie Have Gotten Death Sentence if Not a White Male?

By Selwyn Duke

Would baby Charlie have gotten his death sentence were he not a white boy? It may seem an odd question, but there’s a good reason to pose it.

The poor child at issue is Charlie Gard, a British infant thus far denied medical treatment by the U.K. government—even though his parents can pay for it themselves. So much for death panels being a myth.

The Immorality of U.S. HIV/AIDS Overspending

By Michael Fumento

Seven of 22 the members of The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS have now resigned. This was one of those public displays of moral exhibitionism to which we’ve become accustomed: They announced their rationale in a Newsweek op-ed, writing that they can no longer be effective under a “president who simply does not care.”

NO TRESPASSING ON ISLAM!

By Dave Merrick

As some are speculating, I will also guess that Officer Mohamed Noor, after hearing what might have sounded like a shot, may have believed Justine Damon had a gun in her hand as she leaned toward the squad car in her pajamas. If that was the case, his allegedly firing the shots that killed the unarmed Australian woman was simply the worst of judgments in the presence of panic. In saying all that, I’m straining - times 10 - to give him some benefit of the doubt though obviously none is deserved.

Jihadi Johns crossing over to Jihadi Janes to escape Mosul

By Judi McLeod

The progressive lib-left’s growing obsession with coddling the transgendered is giving big ideas to ISIS terrorists.

The latest ‘minority’, granted sweeping special favors by uber politically correct governments, trannies are no longer just cropping up in school bathrooms and locker rooms, their props are now copied by terrorists on the run.

No Matter Who or Where You Are, Someone Waits for You

By Judi McLeod

Don’t wait until someone falls gravely ill to pray for them.  Pray every day for other people in the most sincere way of them all: prayers fervently offered on your knees in the privacy of silence, with no one but the Creator even knowing that you are at prayer.

Lloyd Marcus: Troubadour of Troubled Times

By Judi McLeod

In these most trying of days when the Democrats’ ‘Take-Out-Trump-Movement-On Steroids’ keeps coming at us, along comes Lloyd Marcus, blowing the blues away in a song.

Today’s Marcus column is like a refreshing breeze on a muggy day.

Writing Your Own ‘Suicide’ Note…Before They Write it For You

By Judi McLeod

Heads up to Charles Ortel, Mike Cernovich and other brave souls who keep digging for the truth about the Clinton Foundation: Make public your own suicide note before your never-to-be-proven killers get to register “SUICIDE” as the cause of your untimely death.

Dissing America,  Father Antonio Spadaro Style

By Judi McLeod

It was Ex-President Barack Obama who started a dissing America trend that went all the way to the Vatican.

While president, Obama went on a world tour of countries whose inhabitants loved to hear America being put down and kept it up during his eight years in the Oval Office.

The Democrats’  Crazed ‘Bring Your Own Noose’ Party

By Judi McLeod

Hillary’s ‘hangman’s noose’  is ready,  hanging on the nearest tree.  Each time a vagrant breeze comes along to nudge it, just knowing that it’s there waiting, various Dem demagogues go into fits of ecstasy.

Cackles from Chappaqua Getting Raucously Louder

By Judi McLeod

The cackles from Chappaqua, New York are getting louder, fuelled by the glug, glug of Hillary Clinton’ s swigs of Chardonnay.

With Clinton’s Chappaqua cackles comes a strident message to all Donald Trump voters: ‘You suckers thought the election was over on November 8, 2016—but thanks to James Comey, Robert Mueller and ME, the campaign carries on.’

Obama’s Resistance Coming To Tear Down The West

By Judi McLeod

The biggest tragedy of modern day history is that a president who came into office hating America, and held fast to his tenure for eight long years before being replaced by a president the American lib-left is teaching the world to hate.

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Tortured Data Making Health Care Reform Much Harder

In Part 2 of this series, we debunked propaganda, erroneous claims and phony statistics cited by obfuscating socialized medicine proponents to tar the U.S. health care system. We now will continue to debunk misinformation and describe how government interference in the medical marketplace has contributed to, and in certain instances even created, the problems we are experiencing today.

Jewish Legal Right to the Land Celebrates 95 Years

By Liberty Counsel -- World

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - Today is the 95th anniversary of the “Mandate for Palestine” (Mandate), issued by the League of Nations, which granted Jews the legal right to establish citizenship in what was then called “Palestine.”

Alberta’s Child Advocate Plays the Tattered Residential School Card

The Government of Alberta’s Child Advocate, Del Graff, is all over the news again. Del and his 65 underlings at the Office of Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) recently reported on three Aboriginal children who died shortly after being returned to their parents following time in government care.

Mazen Malik: Oregon state official has terrorist-supporting background

Most Oregonians know Mazen Malik, a senior economist at the Oregon State Legislature, from his occasional appearances touting the alleged tax revenue bonanza that marijuana sales have brought to Oregon. But many likely do not realize that in the 1980s, Mazen Malik was an active supporter of Yasser Arafat’s Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), an anti-Israel organization whose horrific terrorist acts have resulted in the deaths of thousands of innocent people.

Sen. David Perdue: Trump is doing exactly what he told the American people he would do

So far, President Trump is doing exactly what he told the American people he was going to do. Job one is to get the economy going again. Georgians and Americans elected him as President of the United States because he is an outsider to the Washington system. As an outsider, he can break the gridlock in Washington and begin to get real results. His goal was clear: Make America Great Again, and the results we have seen so far are nothing short of encouraging.

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GM considers pulling the plug on the Chevy Volt

The Chevy Volt was unveiled in 2010 to great fanfare. Politicians hailed it. The media gushed over it. The first electric car manufactured domestically, it was instantly a cause celebre, and it was hailed as part of the resurrection of General Motors.

The $1,000,000 Surgical Error

Many years ago I wrote, “The problem with laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery is it leaves the impression that tiny incisions mean a simple, uncomplicated way to perform an operation. Unfortunately, this is not always the case as catastrophic complications can happen.”  Recently, a Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) survey confirmed the potential dangers of keyhole surgery. So what went wrong to cause a $ 1,000,000 settlement?

Orthopedic surgery in Canada: Most had positive outcomes, but one-in-four found the wait too long

As news reports profile orthopedic surgery patients frustrated with lengthy wait-times, a unique Angus Reid Institute survey of more than 1,500 Canadians who have undergone orthopedic surgery within the last ten years finds large majorities satisfied with their surgeon, hospital, and surgery outcome, but a significantly smaller number satisfied with the amount of time they had to wait.

Good mood food: A fresh start

On Sunday at the British Open golf tournament, Jordan Spieth had one of the worst front nine of golf ever by someone leading the tournament. He eventually lost his two-stroke lead to Matt Kuchar, and many golf observers had to concede that Jordan didn’t have it that day, and would probably lose the tournament.

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