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Waters Welcoming Repubs to Take to the Streets for Impeachment Protests This Weekend
By Judi McLeod

Waters Welcoming Repubs to Take to the Streets for Impeachment Protests This WeekendYO, RINOS, Trump haters, political opportunists, Judases,  and publicity hounds:  Rep. Maxine Waters is calling you out to rabble-rousing street duty this weekend, which includes tomorrow’s President’s Day.

You can always hide behind a mask to keep your face hidden from Open Border-worried constituents.




Trump wins even if he loses Supreme Court battle
By David Singer

Trump wins even if he loses Supreme Court battlePresident Trump’s Proclamation of a National Emergency on the Southern Border has ensured that the consequences of the illegal entry of drugs, criminals and foreigners through that porous border will now be owned by the Congress and not the President—guaranteeing him certain victory in the 2020 Presidential elections.




Canada’s SNC Lavalin corruption scandal—Should Prime Minister Justin Trudeau go to jail?
By Colin Alexander

Canada’s SNC Lavalin corruption scandal—Should Prime Minister Justin Trudeau go to jail?Canada’s SNC Lavalin bribery scandal strikes at the heart of the legitimacy of capitalism operating presumptively under the rule of law.  It also strikes at the foundations of credible accountability—read honesty and lawful conduct—in the office of Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

It’s been common knowledge for years that SNC Lavalin engaged in corrupt practices, both at home and abroad. The immediate focus is the company’s payment of $48 million in bribes to secure contracts in Libya. It’s not just Canada that has laws against paying bribes to foreigners.




NEW ATTORNEY GENERAL NEEDS TO CLEAN HOUSE
By Jeff Crouere

NEW ATTORNEY GENERAL NEEDS TO CLEAN HOUSEWith the confirmation of William Barr as the new U.S. Attorney General, there is hope that the Department of Justice (DOJ) can regain some of its reputation that has been lost in the last few years.

Once viewed as a fair and respected law enforcement agency, the DOJ is now seen as a hotbed of anti-Trump Democratic Party activism. In the 2016 election, The Hill reported that an astounding 97% of DOJ employee contributions were given to Hillary Clinton, while Donald Trump received only 3%.




Wars We Were Never Meant to Win
By Linda Goudsmit

Wars We Were Never Meant to WinIt has been over 17 years since George Bush announced the war on terrorism and 47 years since Richard Nixon announced the war on drugs.

Does anyone wonder why the most powerful nation on earth has not won either? I do.

The current border war and heated debate over the building of a security wall on our southern border sounds disturbingly familiar.




Republicans & Conservatives Both Spamming and Scamming Public At Large
By Judi McLeod

Republicans & Conservatives Both Spamming and Scamming Public At LargeThough he’s not by far the only one, Republican Newt Gingrich is looking for donations from the public at large to curb the spread of Socialism by the likes of Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez travelling under the guise of (D-NY).

“The radical Left’s Green New Deal is alarming. It is nothing more than an excuse to drive our nation towards Socialism. Their poorly-written proposal promises to rebuild or update nearly all buildings in the United States and almost completely eliminate air travel and non-electric cars. Guess who they want to pay for all of this? That’s right, it’s YOU. (See Below)




Who Knew About The FBI & DoJ coup d'état Planned To Oust The President?
By Judi McLeod

Who Knew About The FBI & DoJ coup d'état Planned To Oust The President?While Average Americans Were Going About Their Lives Were the FBI & DoJ Planning a coup d’état?

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe—who seems to have taken part in what can only be described as an FBI and DoJ planned coup d’état to oust the president of the United States of America—will now get to boast about it on this Sunday’s CBS “60 Minutes”?




Barack Obama, Hatred of America Originator, Hangs On To Maintain It
By Judi McLeod

Barack Obama, Hatred of America Originator, Hangs On To Maintain ItThe corrosive hatred of America now being seen on daily display did not come hurtling from out of nowhere overnight.

It has been cultivated and nurtured from the get-go by a president both in and out of office.

Hatred of America had been out there festering on the sidelines for decades until Senator Barack Hussein Obama came along to exploit it to the nth degree.




Free SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher...and Others
By Jim ONeill


Chief Eddie Gallagher is a highly decorated Navy SEAL with over 19 years of honorable service to our country. Since September 11, 2018, he has been separated from his wife and children, and locked up in pre-trial confinement in the military brig. Chief Gallagher is being charged with killing an ISIS fighter and now awaits trial with the possibility of facing life in prison.Forged

According to Chief Eddie Gallagher’s many friends and family he is the victim of a couple of vindictive FNGs (F‚Äîking New Guys) who didn’t approve of Gallagher’s leadership style and set out to sabotage him with trumped up charges. So far, they have been successful.

Most Recent Columns




GOP Needs To Reorganize Government, Not More Partial Shutdowns
The answer to almost every challenge in the United States is federalism, and Restoring the Republic
 By Daniel Wiseman    --American Politics, News, Opinion

Restoring the RepublicThe fact that Republicans always get blamed for “partial government shutdowns,” ought to be enough of a lesson that the strategy of threatening one is always a losing strategy. Why? Because these shutdowns are stupid, and the American People don’t like stupid. What the American People want is smart, and the only answer is federalism: restoring the balance between the federal government and the sovereign States, and even getting rid of the personal federal income tax in the process.




Germany's Stalled Energy Transition
“If they keep at it, Germany's greatest export will be their economy.”
 By Jack Dini   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Germany's Stalled Energy TransitionHaving wasted billions of euros on renewable energies, saddling consumers with ultrahigh power prices, and shutting down nuclear power plants, Germany has decided to shut down its coal power plants by the year 2038 and rely primarily on renewable energy. 1

Coal plants account for 40% of Germany’s electricity, itself a reduction from recent years when coal dominated power production. The decision to quit coal follows an earlier bold energy policy move by the German government, which decided to shut down all of its nuclear power plants by 2022 in the wake of Japan’s Fukushima disaster in 2011. 2




Palestinians Continue Looking at the United Nations as their Propaganda Arm
An official Security Council visit hosted by the Palestinian inciters of violence against civilians and masterful purveyors of anti-Semitic propaganda must not go forward
 By Joseph A. Klein, CFP United Nations Columnist   --World

Palestinians Continue Looking at the United Nations as their Propaganda ArmThe Palestinian leadership continues to avoid direct negotiations with Israel, preferring to use the United Nations as a tool to delegitimize and demonize the Jewish state. Their latest gambit was an attempt to initiate a Palestinian-sponsored official visit by the UN Security Council to the Palestinian Authority’s stomping ground. Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon, knew that the Palestinians were looking to exploit the Security Council’s presence for propaganda purposes. He objected to Equatorial Guinea’s ambassador to the UN, Anatolio Ndong Mba, who is currently president of the UN Security Council. Israel would be willing to host individual visits by UN ambassadors, he told Ambassador Mba, but not as part of a Palestinian initiative aimed at exploiting the Security Council visit for more propaganda fusillades aimed against Israel.




President Donald Trump DECLARES National Emergency and Signs Funding Bill

 By News on the Net--President Donald Trump DECLARES National Emergency and Signs Funding Bil   --American Politics, News, Opinion

President Donald Trump DECLARES National Emergency and Signs Funding BillPresident Donald Trump declares National Emergency and also signs the Funding Bill Passed by Senate and House the day before




Horwath Invokes Health Care Sacred Cow, Delivers Load of Bull
It would do our province and patients some good if we looked at ways different funding and delivery models could improve our system rather than constantly calling on the sacred cow of public universal health care
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation---- Christine Van Geyn, CTF Ontario Director   --Canadian News, Politics, Opinion

The problem with calling on sacred cows is that the result is often a load of bull. That’s what taxpayers got with the NDP’s not-so-bombshell release of leaked draft health-care legislation in Ontario.




Canadian Taxpayers Federation corrects the record: B.C. CO2 emissions are rising
B.C. currently has the highest carbon tax in Canada at $35 per tonne, set to rise to $40 per tonne later this year
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation---- Todd MacKay – CTF Prairie Director   --Canadian News, Politics, Opinion

REGINA, SK.: Appearing before the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal as part of the Saskatchewan government’s constitutional challenge to the Trudeau carbon tax, federal government lawyers today attacked the Canadian Taxpayers Federation’s court submission that carbon dioxide emissions have continued to rise in British Columbia even though British Columbians already pay the highest carbon taxes in Canada.




Mandatory treatment? Decriminalization? As opioid epidemic rages, Canadians seek extreme measures to save lives
Percentage saying opioid issue is serious or a crisis in their community has risen over past year
 By Angus Reid Institute   --Canadian News, Politics, Opinion

As opioid epidemic rages, Canadians seek extreme measures to save livesFebruary 15, 2019—With the number of opioid related deaths in this country expected to surpass 4,000 in 2018, Canadians continue to search for answers—and consider more extreme measures—to address what half call a serious problem (46%) and one-quarter (24%) view as a crisis.

The latest public opinion survey from the Angus Reid Institute finds more than eight-in-ten Canadians (85%) say they would support mandatory treatment for anyone dealing with an opioid addiction. Further, half (48%) are willing to explore the decriminalization of all drugs in Canada.




McCabe Admits his Treason!
This was a planned and coordinated attempt to bring down our Republic!
 By Sher Zieve   --American Politics, News, Opinion

McCabe Admits his Treason!In a move that veritably boggles the mind, fired FBI’er Andrew McCabe has admitted his role in the—mercifully—ineffective coup against President Trump and his administration…aka government.  In an interview scheduled to air on next Sunday’s “60 Minutes,” McCabe detailed his and his FBI co-conspirators parts in the planned, plotted and implemented attempted coup against legally-elected President Trump—using a fake Russian dossier.  Mueller’s and Rosenstein’s parts in the scheme were for Rosenstein to appoint former FBI Director Mueller to the position of Special Counsel to investigate Trump.




What's Bad for the Media is Good for America
The media’s loss of jobs is a very good thing. It’s a statement of confidence by Americans in America.
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics, News, Opinion

What's Bad for the Media is Good for AmericaThe winter freeze might have shut down entire cities, but it couldn’t slow down job growth as the economy roared through the cold and shattered projections with 304,000 non-farm jobs in January.

There were job gains everywhere from transportation (27,000) to health care (42,000) to hospitality (74,000). Under Trump, construction gained 338,000 jobs in 12 months while manufacturing picked up 261,000 jobs in that same period. There was good news for many industries, but bad news for one.




Green New Deal or the Brainless New Deal
Finally, under the Brainless New Deal, people who work in manufacturing, the oil and transportation industries will lose their jobs. Millions of Americans will be unemployed, and there will be shortages of everything from food to clothing
 By Charles Wills   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Green New Deal or the Brainless New DealWhen I heard that Sen. Mitch McConnell said he would bring the Green New Deal to the Senate floor for a vote, I was totally surprised. What is McConnell thinking?

What were the authors thinking when they wrote it? It’s not only total nonsense, it’s based on a false premise that ignores reality.




It's Not a Dream, It's a Nightmare
Wake up America and smell the coffee, don't be led by the “Pied Pipers of Nonsense”, AOC and The Democrat Party
 By Chuck Lehmann   --American Politics, News, Opinion

It's Not a Dream, It's a NightmareIf you listen to many of the Democrats regarding the nonsensical “New Green Deal” sponsored by that ditsy new Congresswoman, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (a/k/a AOC), they claim that the provisions of this proposal are a “dream”, and is a start of a conversation about the theory of man-made climate change.  From what you’ve read or heard, do you think this proposal is a “dream” or do you think it is a “nightmare”?




Trump to Formally Declare Border Emergency
The battle over America’s security heats up
 By Matthew Vadum---- Front Page Mag   --American Politics, News, Opinion

TRUMP TO FORMALLY DECLARE BORDER EMERGENCYA defiant President Trump promised yesterday to declare a national emergency to get the wall he promised to build constructed on America’s porous southern border, as Congress gave him funding –with plenty of strings attached– to build 55 miles of border barriers.

“President Trump will sign the government funding bill, and as he has stated before, he will also take other executive action—including a national emergency—to ensure we stop the national security and humanitarian crisis at the border[,]” the White House tweeted Thursday at 3:44 p.m.




Where Do We Go From Here?
If people won’t step up now, our future looks grim. The choice is yours. Sit on the sidelines or be a player
 By Jim Ross Lightfoot   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Where Do We Go From Here?As a retired Member of Congress (1985-97), my heart breaks for what we are leaving our kids and grandchildren. We have failed to keep our country together. 

We have been shamed into letting happen what has taken place with our culture for fear of offending someone, either personally or as a group.




DEFICIT DEBATE CLOUDING THE BIG PICTURE ON GOVERNMENT SPENDING:
MLI COMMENTARY BY SEAN SPEER
 By Macdonald Laurier Institute   --Canadian News, Politics, Opinion

OTTAWA, ON (February 14, 2019):  A recent series of speeches, articles, and debates is provoking big questions about deficits and debt. Do they matter? Should we care? Has the past political emphasis on balancing the budget been misguided?

A new commentary paper by MLI Munk Senior Fellow Sean Speer titled Deficits, Debt, and the Right Path for Fiscal Policy: A Framework for Smaller Government aims to answer these questions as we approach the upcoming federal budget.




Lifestyles




The science behind big '80s hairstyles (VIDEO)

 By American Chemical Society   --Lifestyles

WASHINGTON—The ‘80s was a decade full of neon leg warmers, power ballads and big hair. But how did we get that big hair that was so bad it’s good? A little bit of teasing and a lot of chemistry. This week on Reactions, Ms. Beautyphile helps us tackle the science behind perms and crimping and overall big ‘80s hair:




Hibernating hamsters could provide new clues to Alzheimer's disease
The brains of hibernating hamsters could suggest new therapies for Alzheimer's disease
 By American Chemical Society   --Health and Medicine

Hibernating hamsters could provide new clues to Alzheimer's diseaseSyrian hamsters are golden-haired rodents often kept as house pets. Cold and darkness can cause the animals to hibernate for 3-4 days at a time, interspersed with short periods of activity. Surprisingly, the hibernation spurts of these cute, furry creatures could hold clues to better treatments for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), according to a recent study in ACS’ Journal of Proteome Research.




My Green New Deal will also help those who chose not to work
Another Occasional Cortex Moment: Its like Going Vegan only without paying for vegetables
 By Dag Barkley   --Cartoons

My Green New Deal will also help those who chose not to work