Hezbollah Unveils Advanced Missiles, Drones at ‘Museum for Jihadi Tourism’

The Iranian-backed terror organization Hezbollah recently unveiled sophisticated missiles and drones that it has used to conduct terror operations against Israel. The military hardware is now on display at the terror group’s Museum for Jihadi Tourism located in Southern Lebanon, near the border with Israel.

The new exhibits highlight the sophisticated weaponry Hezbollah has been using to conduct cross-border terror strikes in Israel. The weapons are likely funded and provided by the Islamic Republic, which uses Hezbollah to conduct militant operations across the region, particularly in Lebanon and Syria.

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Corporate welfare, the Koch brothers and being ‘authentic’: Maxime Bernier in conversation

Maxime Bernier is hoping his new People’s Party will usher in a conservative revolution in Canada.

For years, Bernier has been championing the cause of smaller government, lower taxes and reduced immigration — but now the Quebec MP who finished a close second to Andrew Scheer in the last Conservative Party leadership race thinks these ideas can win the next Canadian election.

A recent Nanos survey found that 17 per cent of Canadians would be open to supporting Bernier’s new party, something he credits to his principled policies.

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Guy from country where women get beat up for not wearing bags fumes at “US Bully” after Ahvaz parade attack

Iran’s Rouhani fumes at US after Ahvaz parade attack

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has criticised the US following a deadly attack on a military parade.

Gunmen opened fire at Revolutionary Guard troops in the south-western city of Ahvaz on Saturday, in an attack claimed by both an anti-government Arab group, and Islamic State militants.

Mr Rouhani said the “bully” US and the Gulf states it backed had enabled the attack.

The US has denied this and says it condemns “any terrorist attack”.

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Christine Blasey Ford could indeed be lying

I knew two girls growing up who lied about being raped. Or, more to truth, I knew two girls growing up who said they were raped and then a couple days later, recanted. What actually occurred is really anybody’s guess; only they and God, and the guys they accused, of course, truly know the truth.

But the fact is, somewhere along the line, lies were told.


Below… An interesting thread from WSJ’s Kimberley Strassel on the Kavalcade of Kavanaugh Kraptastic Reporting

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Amy Chua denies telling female students to be ‘model-like’ for Brett Kavanaugh

Amy Chua, the Yale law professor and best-selling author who endorsed supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, has denied allegations that she instructed female law students to exude a “model-like” femininity when interviewing for clerkships with the judge.

“Everything that is being said about the advice I give to students applying to Brett Kavanaugh – or any judge – is outrageous, 100% false, and the exact opposite of everything I have stood for and said for the last 15 years,” Chua said in a letter that was sent to the Yale Law School community.

One more MSM smear bites the dust.

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Liberals dug Ontario into current fiscal mess

The origins of the financial train wreck that the Kathleen Wynne/Dalton McGuinty Liberals left for Premier Doug Ford and Ontario taxpayers to clean up, goes back a long way.

Friday’s report by the independent financial commission of inquiry released by Progressive Conservative Finance Minister Vic Fedeli, which said the Liberals’ real deficit for 2018-19 was $15 billion, not the $6.7 billion they claimed, is the tip of the iceberg.

The larger story is about 15 years of Liberal mismanagement of the province’s books.

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‘Lives in danger’: Dozens of Afghan ex-workers block Bundeswehr base, demand asylum in Germany

Camp Marmal, the German Army’s largest overseas base, has reportedly been blocked by dozens of Afghan ex-workers, who say they fear for their lives after working for the Bundeswehr. They are demanding asylum in Germany.

As many as 150 people are protesting at the gateway to Camp Marmal, a German-run military base in the north of Afghanistan, Spiegel magazine reported. The men, who were once employed as interpreters, security guards or kitchen workers, are there for the third week in a row.

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Google Employees Corrupted Their Own Search Engine to Propagandize to Millions

The notion that Google’s search algorithm is biased (explicitly or implicitly) against conservative voices and media outlets is nothing new. President Trump slammed Google for this tendency over the summer when he tweeted a screen shot of the results from a search using the terms “Trump news”.

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Croque Monsieur Hangover Cure Caution: Non-Halal

Antifa Website Calls for ‘Slaughter’ of ‘Fascistic Border Patrol Dogs and Their Bosses’

In a post Thursday at far-left antifa website Incendiary News, an activist advocated for revolutionaries to rise up and “slaughter” what he called “fascistic Border Patrol dogs and their bosses,” Far Left Watch reported on Friday.

The author of the Incendiary News piece, Ulrike Salazar, likens Border Patrol agents to SS troops who “take away young boys and girls, tear apart families, throw away undesirables into dark and cramped dungeons.”


Muhammad Was The Top Boys’ Name In London, Yorkshire And The Humber And The West Midlands

Muhammad was the most popular name for baby boys in English regions London, the West Midlands, and Yorkshire and the Humber in 2017, government statistics show, with spelling variations in the name taking it to first place across England and Wales.

Officially Oliver remains the most popular name for newborn boys across the country, with 6,259 born last year. However, it is pushed into second place by Muhammad when slight spelling variations including Mohammed and Mohammad are included, which achieve 6,510 newborns between them.


Canada Election – Quebec 1 October Vote All About Immigration

Although Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declines to comment on the issue that is dividing his nation, many of the 8 million residing in Quebec realize full well that immigration is what this election is all about.

For the first time in a decade, Quebec independence did not take first seat at the debate table, and a party other than the Liberals or the Parti Québécois might take power after 1 October.


California: Children Can Now ‘Aid, Advise And Encourage’ Their Parents Into Killing Themselves

In the once golden state of California, children can “aid, advise and encourage” their parents into killing themselves thanks to a new bill signed into law by Jerry Brown as part of the newly-minted assisted suicide law.

According to LifeNews, SB 282 gives people the freedom to essentially convince loved ones that assisted suicide is the best option if they are terminally ill. Impatient about an inheritance? “Dad, call Dr. Kevorkian.” Hospital bills going up? “Mom, here’s a brochure.” Tired of taking care of them? “Hey, it’s quick and painless.”


Carbon Pricing Will Cost Canadians Money — It Might Also Give Them Back Plenty More

Today, Cameron has a new job, as executive director at Canadians for Clean Prosperity, an organization that works to foster political support for “market-based policies that generate growth while conserving our environment.”

It has just released a new report titled, “Carbon Dividends Would Benefit Families.”

And it argues that, far from just costing Canadians money, a federal carbon pricing plan could actually give more cash back to families than they spent in the first place.

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Second Swiss region will vote on a burqa ban

A second Swiss canton is considering introducing a regional ‘burqa ban’ that will prohibit all face-covering garments in public spaces.

Voters in the north-eastern canton of St Gallen will go to the polls over the controversial proposed law this Sunday.

St Gallen is expected to follow the example of the southern canton of Ticino, where a law was introduced two years ago which appeared to be aimed at burqas and other Muslim veils.

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