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Kellie Leitch: “Very sad to see Pride succumb to the bullies at BLM”

Kellie Leitch, Member of Parliament for Simcoe – Grey and candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, slams Toronto Pride for caving in to the demands put forward by Black Lives Matter, including banning Police from participating in the Pride Parade.

Gavin McInnes Fights Antifa At DeploraBall!

Gavin McInnes attacked some antifa scumbag talking smack outside the DeploraBall event in DC Thursday and Luke Rudkowski caught it all on film!

Nigel Farage to become commentator on Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News

Fox announced Farage would be joining to provide political analysis on its main news channel and its business network in a short statement during Trump’s swearing-in as the 45th US president.

LOL: MSNBC Whines Trump Fans ‘Heckling’ Reporters & Saying You ‘Suck’

After walking around the crowd, Perry lamented, “This is certainly a divided nation and this idea that the Trump supporters have seems to be that, if you are not with Trump, you are dead-set against him. There doesn’t seem to be a middle ground.”

MSNBC didn’t want any middle ground when Obama was in office, but now…

Woman who left US during Bush administration says she is going to become a Canadian citizen now that President Trump is in charge

The librarian said working in Canada has given her a pension, paid holidays, educational stipends,  paid one-year parental leave, and free health care.

Tiffany Balducci, 32, moved from Michigan to Ontario, Canada after George W. Bush was re-elected for a second term, and now that Trump has been named the 45th President of the United States, she is working on her paperwork for Canadian citizenship.

‘It Was Militant and It Was Dark’: Rachel Maddow Says Trump’s Speech Was ‘Hard to Hear’

“It was militant and it was dark,” Maddow said. “The crime, the gangs, the drugs, this ‘American carnage,’ disrepair, decay. You can’t imagine the outgoing president giving a speech like that.”

Because the outgoing President caused it.

Muslims Threaten… “If Donald Trump Will Be The President, We Will Leave The US”

Don’t let the door hit your ass on the way out.

#winning already!

Trump’s Education Secretary Asks For A $1.00 Salary

This is what America needs at the top rung of government — successful people who have a wealth of knowledge and skill-sets, which can lift a society up, rather than bring everyone down.

James O’Keefe: We’re going after the media next

Members of the media have another thing coming if they thought criticism would ease up now that campaign season is over, undercover activist James O’Keefe confirmed Thursday.

“We’re just getting started, I’m telling you,” O’Keefe promised at the DeploraBall held at the National Press Club Thursday evening.

Black students demand free tuition, renaming of Ryerson University

The Black Liberation Collective (BLC), a group representing Black students in universities in North America and strives for “freedom and liberation for all Black people”, has presented a list of demands “to address widespread institutional inequity” that serves as “a catalyst to dismantle institutions that promote and engage in anti-Blackness.”


Another Betrayal of Israel and the Jews

Last weekend’s Paris ‘summit’, which endorsed the hoary myth that the fabled ‘two-state solution’ is possible even as Hamas and Fatah remain at each other’s throats, was a parting ‘gift’ to Israel by Barack Obama. Once again, purported friends of the Jews’ betray them

Representatives of more than 70 countries and organisations met in Paris last weekend to discuss and map out a way to a two-state resolution of the war between the Arabs and the Israelis, a war which the Arabs started in 1948 – the day after the Declaration of Independence by the newborn Jewish State. This is not the first time Jews are being betrayed by their ‘friends’.

Belgian court upholds two-month sentence for anti-Semitic comic

A Belgian court on Friday upheld French comedian Dieudonne’s two-month jail sentence for incitement to hatred over anti-Semitic comments during a show in Belgium, a lawyer said.

Dieudonne M’Bala M’Bala, who has faced similar court cases in France, also had his 9,000-euro ($9,566) fine confirmed by the appeals court in the eastern city of Liege, said Eric Lemmens, a lawyer for Belgium’s Jewish organizations.

Donald Trump, American Hero

Sinner though he may be, Donald Trump is this generation’s incarnation of John Bunyan’s pilgrim, writes David P. Goldman. Like a character from Sinclair Lewis or Frank Capra, he stands as a lone wolf ready to avenge the injustices of globalization

The protagonists of American popular culture are outsiders with scant patience for authority. The Western heroes invented by Zane Grey and Louis L’Amour and portrayed by William S. Hart or John Wayne, and their urban cousins – the private detectives of Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler – play loose with the law and play dirty with the opposition, but they have an inviolable inner code. They don’t betray their friends and they don’t exploit the weak. They don’t aspire to entry into the elites, and they don’t apologize for their vulgarity. They come in comic form, for example Huckleberry Finn, or nastily serious, like William Munny in Clint Eastwood’s Unforgiven, or a bit of both in Hammett’s wise-cracking angel of vengeance, the Continental Op.

President Donald Trump’s Inauguration

President-elect Donald Trump will become the 45th President of the United States on Friday, January 20 and Fox News Channel is the place to be for can’t-miss coverage of the traditional swearing-in, the parade, the inaugural balls and much more.

President Trumps Inaugural Speech

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“We were forthcoming and explained we were quite vehemently anti-(Trump),”

And I bet he’s still wondering why he was turned away.

Canadians traveling to inauguration turned away at U.S. border

Joseph Decunha, a 20-year-old physics student at McGill University in Montreal, was also turned back at the Lacolle crossing between Quebec and New York state after being asked specifically if he, his partner and a friend supported or opposed Trump.

“We were forthcoming and explained we were quite vehemently anti-(Trump),” he said.

I note the CBC version of this Reuters story curiously omits the “vehemently anti-Trump” quote.

Europe’s Nationalists Rally in Show of Force as Trump Sets Tone

Hours after Donald Trump’s swearing in as U.S. president, across the Atlantic in Germany some of his radical European cheerleaders will gather in a bid to emulate his route to power.

Nationalists including the French National Front leader Marine Le Pen and Geert Wilders of the Dutch Freedom Party are among those who will mount a show of force in the western German town of Koblenz on Saturday as they seek to build election momentum of their own by denouncing the European Union, its shared currency and immigration.

Canadians traveling to Women’s March denied US entry after sharing their plans

The group was upfront about their plans with border agents, Dyck said. “We said we were going to the women’s march on Saturday and they said, ‘Well, you’re going to have to pull over’.”

What followed was a two-hour ordeal. Their cars were searched and their mobile phones examined. Each member of the group was fingerprinted and had their photo taken.

How Muslim Migration Made Malmo, Sweden A Crime Capital

Scores of Swedes took the streets of Malmo, a southern city in Sweden, on Monday to protest an epidemic of violence that has taken the lives of far too many young people. The last victim was 16-year-old Ahmed Obaid. He was killed last Thursday after an unidentified gunman unleashed a salvo of bullets.

National Front’s Marine Le Pen takes lead in new opinion poll

National Front leader Marine Le Pen has edged ahead of conservative rival and former frontrunner François Fillon of Les Républicains party, a major poll released on Thursday showed.

According to French daily newspaper Le Monde, Le Pen now commands between 25 and 26 percent support among likely voters compared to 23-25 percent for Fillon, who held a three-point lead over Le Pen in December with 28 percent support.

America First Begins

Consistent with his penchant for rebelling against the conventional rules, Donald Trump delivered more of a campaign speech than a traditional inaugural address. There were no paeans to American democracy or freedoms in his address. He didn’t quote any of the Founding Fathers or previous presidents. There was no attempt to reach out to his adversaries or bind the nation together. Instead, he came out swinging as he said, “This carnage stops right here and stops right now” and the “time for empty talk is over.”

Should Trump Defund the National Endowment for the Arts?

The Trump administration is reportedly considering cutting, or even entirely defunding, the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The latter would be privatized.

To many this signals the coming of a “cultural dark age.” What will the Europeans say? What will Meryl Streep say?

Obama is not your ‘magical negro’

The Obama years confirmed the usurping of politics by therapy.

With Barack Obama bowing out, it’s time to talk about how extraordinary his presidency was. No, not for its achievements. Aside from Obamacare, which is hardly the New Deal, policy-wise there’s little of substance from his eight years in the White House. Nor was his stint extraordinary for its contrast with the Dubya years. If Obama was any kind of president it was a continuity one. He maintained, and in fact spread, Bush’s meddling in the Middle East, and intensified Bush’s undermining of civil liberties in the name of combatting terror. Yet where Bush was a ‘fascist’ for those things, Obama, we’re told, had little choice. He ‘inherited’ this mess, his apologists say.

No, the extraordinariness of Obama’s presidency lay in its replacement of politics with therapy.