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Continental Breakfast

In honor of Texas and the other states suing the feral, er, federal government

Robert-E-Lee-School-screenshot-640x480Robert E. Lee Elementary to Be Renamed over Public Objections

The name change was proposed in the wake of last year’s mass shooting incident in South Carolina, where Dylann Roof shot and killed nine members of a historic black church. Roof had posted a photo of himself online with a Confederate flag, prompting national discussion of the flag and places named after Confederate figures such as Lee.

obama dictatorObama Illegally Expands Federal Purview Over Education

President Obama is trying to create federal mandates for state education, contrary to legislation passed by Congress, because that’s how the man who wrote and passed the Dream Act in the West Wing rolls.

Because how can you make sure leftism in education is enforced when you leave it to the states? They might try to offer an education based on Western values and stuff.

salam-browser-homepage-940x480Salam Browser: Putting the world’s first ‘halal’ web browser to the test

The latest in a growing list of halal or sharia-compliant products and services, Salam Browser claims to adhere to “adab”, which loosely translates as Islamic etiquette. According to the website, this means web browsing with Salam will “help maintain purity of your heart and benefits your values”.

Another significant feature of the browser is that it helps users “avoid haram online”, claiming to have alerts on over 1.4 million webpages with content related to pornography, gambling, “offense to religion”, and other harmful content.

-microsoft-logo-wideMicrosoft May Ban Your Favorite Password

Weak and commonly-used passwords are one of the main reasons online accounts can be easily compromised, but Microsoft is taking a step to better protect users by banning the use of such passwords across its services.

To make sure that its users rely on unique, difficult to guess passwords, Microsoft says it is dynamically banning common passwords from Microsoft Account and Azure AD system. The company analyzes data breaches looking for the passwords that are used most often and prevents users from having a password that is found on attack lists (cybercriminals use passwords from these leaks to brute-force accounts).

milo-yiannopoulos-depaul-university-1-1-640x480Journalist Arrested for Filming DePaul Protests Despite Permission from President of Media Relations

When Segal refused to stop filming, the university administrator called the police. He was consequently arrested and charged with criminal trespass.

“I was booked, fingerprinted, processed and then locked up for 8 hours in a 4 wall concrete cell. I was given two bologna sandwiches to eat,” he added.

However on his Twitter feed, Segal confirmed that he got some “insane footage” of a “rabid, fascist mob of special snowflakes,” that will be uploaded shortly.

1200px-Donald_Trump_by_Gage_Skidmore_2Donald Trump celebrates delegate win, mocks Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren

Republican candidate Donald Trump on Thursday clinched the nomination for president, after securing 1,238 delegates, setting up what could be one of the ugliest general elections in memory. Trump wasted no time in calling out his detractors, using a victory speech in North Dakota to take shots at Hillary Clinton, his chief rival, and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren, who recently criticized him.

calais jungle campThousands of migrants still camped at Calais trying to sneak into Britain

The sprawling tent city, once home to 6,000 migrants, was dismantled earlier this year in a bid to deter migrants from trying to cross into England.

The famous camp once housed shops, restaurants, a hotel, a library and even a nightclub.

Official figures from the Pas de Calais region put the number of tents and shanties at 3,900, which includes those living in a state-run city of converted shipping containers.

Report Warns of Climate Change Disasters That Rival Hollywood’s

stonehengeThe report highlights 31 sites in 29 countries that have already felt some impact from climate change, including well-known tourist destinations like Easter Island and Yellowstone National Park. It was drawn from peer-reviewed science literature, technical reports and local experts, as well as domestic evaluations of the sites prepared for the World Heritage Committee.

“We don’t have enough resources to save every threatened asset,” he said. “Can we save every lighthouse that is on an eroding cliff? Probably not. So there are going to have to be hard choices made in every country.”

illegal-aliensIllegal Aliens To Sue Landlord Because He Asked For Documentation

The Washington Post reports that four families of Latino descent are suing the owner of the Waples Mobile Home Park because of a policy requiring every tenant to have documentation proving their legal status.

Attorneys for the families are alleging that the requirement for all tenants to have a Social Security card, visa and related documents or a passport is discriminatory because it disproportionately affects Latinos.

trumpDonald Trump would allow Keystone XL pipeline and end Paris climate deal

Donald Trump pledged to cancel the Paris climate agreement, endorsed drilling off the Atlantic coast and said he would allow the Keystone XL pipeline to be built in return for “a big piece of the profits” for the American people.

In addition to his pledge to pull out of the Paris climate deal, Trump promised to only work with “environmentalists whose only agenda is protecting nature” and to “focus on real environmental challenges, not the phony ones”.

EcoSexual‘EcoSexual’ students at SMC ‘marry the ocean’

The ceremony began with Bruce Cartier, a former SMC student, proclaiming to those gathered at Santa Monica Beach that “today we stand upon this holy earth and in this sacred space to witness the rite of matrimony between the sea and us all.”

Next, leaders of the event distributed rings to the students, announcing “with this ring, I bestow upon the sea the treasures of my mind heart and hands—as well as my body and soul. With the power vested in us, we now pronounce you ‘married to the sea.’”

hillary-phoneNapolitano: ‘Ample Evidence’ To Indict Clinton, Only Lynch Or Obama Could Prevent It

Napolitano said that “Nobody, not the FBI. Not even her own IT people knew about [Clinton’s use of a server while Secretary of State]. Here’s what is new in the report today. Her server in her house in Chappaqua went down a couple of times. And when it went down, the Blackberry wouldn’t work. And the State Department IT people said here, use a state department Blackberry. And she said through her assistant Huma Abedin, no, because we are concerned with the Freedom of Information Act.”

Bill Clinton’s Personal Aide — With No Security Clearance — Operated Hillary’s Email Server

girl-crying-14915-Year-old German Girl Gang-Molested by Muslim Immigrants – Judge Sentences Child-Molesters to 150 Hours of ‘Community Service’

The judge sentenced Mohammed A. to 20 months for sexual assault. But because this nation of law, after the incidents on New Year’s Eve, “should not slide into a downward spiral, in which we let ourselves be harnessed in front of the wagons of certain political groups” and we should not “pass judgments that please the expectations of an angry mob,” the judge suspended the 20 months and gave him probation instead. Under the requirement that the Iraqi, who lacks even a fixed address, complete 150 hours of community service, the court was ready for the man’s immediate release.

lynchSenators to Loretta Lynch: No, You Cannot Punish Climate Change “Deniers”

Two months ago Attorney General Loretta Lynch admitted during congressional testimony that Justice Department attorneys were looking into punishment for the fossil fuel industry and certain individuals, including academics and researchers. Their crime? Rejection or denial of climate change and therefore being opposed to President Obama’s agenda on the issue.

Today, five Republican Senators have sent a letter to Lynch reminding her that in America, we don’t have thought police and the Justice Department doesn’t have the power or authority to punish an entire industry because the people in it they think differently than the progressives in charge of the government.

mexicanflag-768x515Rioters Prove Mexicans “Not Criminals” By Committing Criminal Acts; Prove Their Loyalty To The U.S. By Brandishing The Mexican Flag–Brilliant Strategy!

The violent mayhem being loosed against Trump at various rallies resembles that of a Third World country. It should also remind us that the framers of the U.S. Constitution were against “mobocracy”.

A significant proportion of these rioters are Mexicans or Mexican-Americans, though it is clear they self-identify as the former not the latter.

boats-674193UK to ramp up Med warship patrols amid fears migrant traffickers smuggling terror weapons

Britain is to step up warship patrols in the Mediterranean following concerns that migrant-smuggling routes are also being exploited to transport terrorist weapons, the Government announced last night.

Officials are also expecting a formal request from the new Libyan government for British ships to patrol Libyan waters within days. They said the move was to “assist in the interception of arms and human smuggling”.

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  • ontario john

    More bad news for socialist Alberta. In addition to the fires at Fort McMurray, Premier Wynne will be in Alberta today,to promote her green energy policies to the communist government there. Is there a homosexual sex parade in Calgary today?

    • U.S. AG Loretta Lynch wants to put climate deniers in jail — at least there is plenty of pushback and it’s not likely to happen in the U.S.

      In the case of Notley in Alberta she makes Lynch look soft on climate deniers — the new NDP legislation legalizes warrantless searches of climate deniers and a whole range of Charter and Constitutional violations. And the searches aren’t even conducted by Police — they’re conducted by NDP bureaucrats! I have no doubt that in Canada it will succeed — the only place it’s reported is at Rebel. Canadians aren’t especially known for having appreciation for freedom.

      Btw, has anybody noticed that it’s mostly FEMALE Political leaders around the world that are going down the path of fascism, and are Jonesin’ so hard for authoritarianism? Women have certainly broken through the “glass ceiling” — but they seem intent on replacing it with an Iron Curtain. But that’s what happens when you put people in authority, male or female, who aren’t qualified for the job — simple to fill quotas.

      • Linda1000

        You know, Margaret Thatcher and Golda Meir were the only two sane female leaders I can come up with off the top of my head. The ones today or in more recent years all seem to be far left loonies.

        • H

          There seem to be some good ones in Europe now: Marine Le Pen and Frauke Petry, plus one in Norway (whose name escapes me).

        • In Latin America I can think of Violeta Chamorro (President of Nicaragua after the ouster of the Sandinistas).

          • Linda1000

            I had to look her up. Interesting reading.
            Honestly, I don’ t follow or know anything about Central American politics, mostly I guess because there are hardly ever any news stories in English about those countries. All we ever hear about is Mexico or Cuba, it seems. I have the general impression that U.S. political and CIA interference in C. America was mostly bad, to say the least over years.

          • Central America was THE main international news story in the decade of the ’80’s — as big as ISIS and Al Queda have been in the last decade and a half today.

            Today C.A. is all about the Mexican drug Cartels who have moved in and taken over the entire isthmus — pretty much abandoned to its fate. In my view the U.S. and “CIA interference” is what led to peace and democratization there (until the Cartels recently came on the scene).

      • H

        I watched Ezra Levant’s video on that the other day. At least he’s aware of this egregious violation of Albertan’s privacy, and he’s a hard man to silence. Also, it sounds like the Wild Rose have picked up on that as well. So let’s hope that the NDP are forced to make changes to that vile piece of … legislation.

        • Surele Surele

          is this legislation not violating the Constitution? I hope it will be challenged and deepers are defeated big time. This is a reminder of Stalin’s 50ies, and that is just a tiny exaggeration. If this is the foretaste of things to come, we are in big trouble.

          • Don’t forget the Marxist dialectical march: “two steps forward, one step back” — the over-reach was probably deliberate knowing it would have to be softened. In other words the Legislation will still pass after making it more “constitution-friendly” — CLIMATE DENIERS WILL STILL BE HEAVILY FINED OR JAILED. Two minus one equals one (2 -1 = 1) — it’s still a step forward, do the math!

            This is why I’m certain the Marxists will win in Canada — Canadians are totally ignorant about how the Marxist process works. The bottom line is they will have achieved their goal: the criminalization of “climate denial”.

            They’ve successfully used the formula with everything else and Canadians have been sucked in every time for the past 50 years — the Left has a 100% success rate in this country: abortion, gay marriage, euthanasia, tranny bathrooms, climate control, free speech, etc, etc. And they will never stop marching forward (with the occasional step back) until it is totalitarian.

          • vimy


          • Surele Surele

            ricardojaime, this scares the shit out of me. Leaving a socialist country was the best thing (or one of the best things, come to think of it) me and my husband have done. One example of how we’ve lived is the way we had to lower our voices in our own apartment, so as the neighbors will not hear us when we were discussing anything political and report us to the authorities. And mine was a leftist family. This is a nightmarish scenario you’re painting, but unfortunately I think you are absolutely right.

          • Sorry to be alarmist — I have my own bouts with post trauma having worked in a communist country. I know what it is for secret police to just walk through the door and do a surprise search — you don’t even realize they’re in the house until you look up from your cup of coffee and see them standing behind you. Chilling.

          • Exile1981

            It depends. it clearly says it over rules all existing laws in force and protects the government from legal action.

      • Exile1981

        I read the full text of the climate bill 20 the other day.

        Yes i’m worried about all the new police powers she is giving to the non-profit corp they are setting up to run this tax. Actually terrified is a better word.

        I’m also worried that this new nonprofit corp will be exempt from freedom of information requests

        Also the bill clearly says all data collected including personal identification data will be shared with other provinces, the feds, other foreign governments and the UN.

        • vimy

          Seems like everything is in order in the bill and it complies with AGENDA 21 nicely.

          • Exile1981

            Very much so. It’s 100 pages long and how they are organizing the new nonprofit is similar to several ones i’ve dealt with already but way more enforcement powers.

  • News media and Dems going batshit crazy anti-Trump. Even Fox seems to be rather blind to what’s going on.

    Example: just watched an interview in which a Dem campaign advisor stated the following: “Donald Trump has called Latino Governors of the Southwest States RAPISTS” etc. I almost fell out of my chair, especially after the Fox interviewer didn’t even challenge the statement. Hell, Trump could bring a multi-million dollar libel suit for something like that and easily win hands down.

    Too many examples to recount — it’s getting to the point where lying about what the guy has said, or not said, is becoming normalized. Btw, Megyn Kelly is an ignorant cunt — I used to respect her but she is coming out as quite the egomaniac of late because I think Trump was the first time in her life the princess had someone contradict her. And I don’t trust Newt Gingrich — he seems to have gotten on the “Trump must be disciplined” train. It’s idiocy — believe me “disciplining Trump” will be a sure way to get him to lose the election. Meanwhile you got Obama travelling the world making sure that all world leaders understand that Trump is a Nazi or something.

    Yep, Trump is the first “Nazi” who supports Israel, is against anti-Semitism, and is willing to come out against the most fascist anti-Jewish ideology we’ve witnessed in our generation: Islamo-fascism.

    • simus1

      Sort of amusing considering that, er, Trump’s kids are Jewish by birth.
      As for Kelly, I haven’t bothered with Fox for quite awhile and was shocked by her plastic surgery face “improvements”. Hopefully it is like fake boobs and settles into something more natural looking after the passage of time.

      • I wondered about that — the plastic surgery after seeing photos of her in her earlier days she doesn’t even look like the same person. Especially the nose job.

        Anyway that’s an ad homonym attack. I think she’s generally a smart and excellent interviewer. But the Trump incident has brought out a side of her character we hadn’t seen before — Megyn’s got a giant ego, which is ironic because it’s one of the criticisms leveled at Trump.

        • Linda1000

          What’s not to like about Trump? I’ve been defending him since way back in the first Republican debates, when there were so many doubters (even on this blog) that he wasn’t “presidential material” and I defended him against Kelly during their first scuffle months ago. Trump is going to scrap Ozero’s climate change agenda – finally a sane politician. Now if only Canada could find a half decent leader …?

          • True confessions, my choice was Rubio from the beginning. But I always liked Trump — never was an “anti”.

            Yep, his support for Keystone is welcome news indeed, and we’re starving for good news up here!

      • Norman_In_New_York

        Ivanka’s kids are Jewish by birth and her husband Jared Kushner has been assisting the campaign when not scoring impressive real estate deals of his own.

  • Waffle

    I have one of those!!! (a Texas waffle maker). That’s how I got my name. I used to shlep it to parties and make Texas waffles. When I started playing NTN trivia (I’m a N.A. champ) one of the other players christened me “Waffle”. The company that makes them also makes Mickey Mouse waffle makers. I chose the Texas one to add to my collection of Texas cooking and baking accessories. God Bless Texas!

    • Now that’s a relief! (I thought it had something to do with the Waffle Party).

      Btw, sent you an e-mail and I think it was 6 or 7 copies of the same thing — it’s my dang server, can’t seem to get a secure connection. Working on it.

      • Waffle

        Yeah, I got all 7 copies — am working on my answer. Check your inbox in a couple of hours.

    • Clink9

      I thought everything was bigger in Texas?

      Last time I made a waffle in a La Quinta Inn for breakfast it was yuge!

      • Minicapt

        It is. After all, Texas is 10,000 square miles larger than Alberta.


  • Dana Garcia

    Mexicans who love Mexico should live there.

    Two problems solved.