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hillary-clinton-press-conference-bombingsHillary Clinton Cancels Event in California, Campaign Says Pneumonia is Back

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has again cancelled an event in California as a result of her health and the campaign is claiming she is being treated for pneumonia. The cancelation marks the third day–following Monday and Tuesday of last week–that the candidate’s health has pulled her from the campaign trail.

Questions surrounding her health ramped up after she collapsed at the 15th memorial service for the September 11, 2001 terror attacks.

greek-refugees‘Unmanageable’ situations at Greek hotspots, regional governor says

Severe clashes were reported yesterday at a hot spot on Lesvos, which hosts 88 different nationalities. According to reports in Athens, a huge fight between asylum seekers resulted in the destruction of a detention centre by fire.

“People from various nationalities who do not know what to do for months now and remain trapped on the island collided and burned each other’s tents with all their belongings,” according to the Athens News Agency.

The riots, which began at 7PM on Monday, were reported to have been sparked by a rumour that massive returns to Turkey are imminent.

treats-restaurantTreats Family Restaurant near St. Cloud ‘Muslims Get Out’ sign

Treats Family Restaurant in Lonsdale, near St. Cloud has a sign up that reads “Muslims get Out.” As you would expect, this has caused backlash against the restaurant. Not so much from Muslims, but more from the left wing biased PC press that doesn’t like it. Treats Family Restaurant put the Muslims get out sign up after the Muslim knifing attack over this past weekend.

“It’s time that people started standing up, not worrying about the PC crowd and do what is right,” Dan Ruedinger, who owns the restaurant, told WCCO-TV. “And I feel what we’re doing is right. We are not targeting the Muslims in general, just the extremists.”

bigstock-pensive-businessman-looking-on-119902979Ithaca students demand diversity forums, then fail to attend

One protester at the time even told his school newspaper that “we need the dialogue,” noting that the school is in a situation “where instead of just demanding a person’s resignation, we need to hear both sides and figure out a solution.”

Consequently, the school immediately began organizing a weekly discussion forum called “Diversity and Inclusion Circles” for students to voice their concerns and address last fall’s demands.

Thus far, however, The Ithacan reports that not a single student has attended either of the first two meetings.

crossroads-mall-st-cloud-minnesotaThe “Islamophobia” Lie

As we learned this past Saturday night of yet another violent attack perpetrated by a devout Muslim against innocent people, this time at a mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota, that left nine people with knife wounds, an appropriate question to ask might be… How much of this garbage is the American public supposed to put up with?

The answer is none. Is this what our troops have fought and died for? Is this what we pay our taxes for, so we can wonder if it’s safe to leave our homes and enjoy everything this country has to offer without getting caught in the middle of an onslaught being carried out by someone who chooses to adhere to the prescribed violence contained in the Qur’an, the Islamic book of scripture? No.

swedish-muslimSweden surrenders!

“There is no turning back. Sweden will never be what it was before. It is an understanding of what the world actually looks like – that Sweden is needed as a safe place for people who need refuge. Some yearn back to how it used to be. It’s okay to miss the past and it’s okay to talk about it – but we have to seek ways forward, and find a way for everyone to live together. Because now we have a Europe and a Sweden that is what it is: in a state of change.

It’s time to realise that new Swedes will take up room with cultures, languages and customs, and it’s time we see this as a positive force. The new country is about shaping a new future. Being Swedish needs to be about more than skin color and place of birth. It needs to be you, me and everyone together.

trudeauCanada and our ‘sorrys’ perfect solution for world conflict

Now that the Most Serene Republic of San Marino has dropped out of the running for a seat on the UN Security Council, Canada seems a shoo-in.

San Marino, population 32,000 and surrounded by Italy, must have decided it just couldn’t spare anybody to go to New York.

That leaves us, Norway and Ireland vying for the two-year term, which starts in 2021.


Welcome to Skittlegate, my friends.

Oy, vey.

Have we really become a society that finds offense in those classic literary tools of “Analogies” and “Metaphor?”

If we are, I am so screwed.

131009_harry_reid_605_apDemocrats Use Terrorist Knife and Bomb Attacks To Push… Gun Control?

The Democrats are using the terrorist attacks that took place this past weekend as their justification for gun control legislation.

Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) addressed the Senate floor on Monday where he blamed Republicans for stopping the Democrat’s proposed gun control legislation.

“In the aftermath of these attacks, our constituents are looking to us for help. They want to feel safe. They want to be safe. We can help provide that safety by closing the terror loophole. But Democrats can’t do it alone. We need Republicans’ help,” Reid said.

satanicSatanic Temple headquarters to open quietly in Salem

When The Satanic Temple officially opens its doors on Friday, Salem will become home to the organization’s international headquarters.

But pitchfork-wielding mobs protesting the move seem unlikely, as the fire-and-brimstone theology of the Puritans who once populated the city has given way to a “live and let live” attitude in present day Salem.

Less than a mile from Gallows Hill — the notorious spot where villagers executed more than a dozen people accused of witchcraft in the 1690s — an 1882 Victorian on Bridge Street will serve as The Satanic Temple’s first physical headquarters, said Lucien Greaves, the temple’s spokesman.