Hillary Has to Answer These 25 Questions Under Oath By Sept. 29
By the end of September, Hillary Clinton will have to answer – under oath – some very interesting questions about her use – and abuse – of a private email server while Secretary of State.
And they’re not just “yes” or “no” questions. The first one is: “Describe the creation of the clintonemail.com system, including who decided to create the system, the date it was decided to create the system, why it was created, who set it up, and when it became operational.”
Not gonna happen. She’ll weasel out of it somehow.
Swiss tell EU – Hands off veterans’ assault rifles
Friction between Switzerland and the European Union over the bloc’s plans to tighten gun control following a rise in militant attacks could turn into another serious snag in ties already tested by Swiss efforts to curb immigration.
Switzerland has one of the highest rates of private gun ownership in Europe, with nearly 48 percent of households owning a gun. In France, there are about 30 weapons per 100 people, while the figure in the Great Britain is far lower, at 6.7 guns per 100 civilians, according to the Australian-based think tank GunPolicy.org.
However, Swiss gun-related crime is low and the high number of privately owned guns harks back to a long tradition of self-defence and to the Swiss policy of near-universal conscription.
Some churches in the US are launching ‘Racists Anonymous’ groups
A recent poll found that 69% of Americans describe race relations as bad. That’s three times the figure in 2009.
Three-quarters of black Americans have a positive view of the Black Lives Matter movement. Only one-third of whites do.
Professors tell students: Drop class if you dispute man-made climate change
“The point of departure for this course is based on the scientific premise that human induced climate change is valid and occurring. We will not, at any time, debate the science of climate change, nor will the ‘other side’ of the climate change debate be taught or discussed in this course,” states the email, a copy of which was provided to The College Fix by a student in the course.
Chaos as fight erupts and unruly teens force yearly Canadian National Exhibition to close fairgrounds early
Scores [of] participants ran as a group of wild youths began to run around the grounds — and some appeared to trade punches, as seen in footage of the Tuesday incident.
Officials said the skirmishes included pushing and shoving, one cop told the Toronto Star.
Cafe Owner Wins Appeal After Neighbor Claimed ‘Smell of Bacon Offends Muslims’
The cafe produces a bacon smell that is offensive to Mr. Web-Lee.
Graham Web-Lee complained that the cafe’s extractor fan, which forces out the cooking bacon smell from the cafe, was bothering him and his family, and was bothering his Muslim friends so much that they felt “physically sick.”
After the decision of the court, Web-Lee remains frustrated, saying his was concerned for his family and that his house stinks of “vile cooking smells.”
Trudeau Liberals “rushing headlong” into United Nations Arms Trade Treaty
I’ve previously explained why I believe that under the Liberals Canada would sign on to the United Nation’s Arms Trade Treaty. That process just took a big step forward at a recent meeting of ATT countries in Geneva.
Dem Memo On “Best Practices” For “Black Lives Matter”
In a confidential memo to fellow staffers, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s diversity director last year outlined “best practices” when dealing with the “radical” Black Lives Matter movement, including the avoidance of phrases like “all lives matter” and “black on black crime,” which “anger BLM activists” and are “viewed as red herring attacks.”
The November 2015 memo, authored by Troy Perry, notes that the document “should not be emailed or handed to anyone outside of the building. Please only give campaign staff these best practices in meetings or over the phone.”
Feds Plan Special Declaration to Takeover Elections, Nationwide
Even before the FBI identified new cyber attacks on two separate state election boards, the Department of Homeland Security began considering declaring the election a “critical infrastructure,” giving it the same control over security it has over Wall Street and and the electric power grid.
The latest admissions of attacks could speed up that effort possibly including the upcoming presidential election, according to officials.
“We should carefully consider whether our election system, our election process, is critical infrastructure like the financial sector, like the power grid,” Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said.
New Britain: 1 in 20 Adults Have Reading Level of a 5-Yr-Old
Here’s one of those articles which makes no sense unless you understand the implications of mass immigration from the Third World.
The picture above is from Michelle Obama’s visit to the Mulberry School for Girls in London, that should give you an idea of what’s changing.