Finance Minister says Canadians should get used to short-term employment
Morneau made the comment on Saturday at a meeting of the federal Liberal Party’s Ontario wing, days before he’s scheduled to deliver a fall economic update.
The remark also comes just three days after the Bank of Canada delivered bad news for the economy, downgrading the country’s growth outlook yet again.
China wants to give all of its citizens a score – and their rating could affect every area of their lives
Imagine a world where an authoritarian government monitors everything you do, amasses huge amounts of data on almost every interaction you make, and awards you a single score that measures how “trustworthy” you are.
In this world, anything from defaulting on a loan to criticising the ruling party, from running a red light to failing to care for your parents properly, could cause you to lose points. And in this world, your score becomes the ultimate truth of who you are – determining whether you can borrow money, get your children into the best schools or travel abroad; whether you get a room in a fancy hotel, a seat in a top restaurant – or even just get a date.
Why the new California trans ‘jobs program’ is affirmative action with a rainbow flag
California recently became the first state to introduce a “jobs program” for transgender people seeking work in the restaurant industry. Participating restaurants will receive educational videos on “trans-inclusivity,” “LGBT friendly job applications,” and compensation for training transgender employees, all paid for by state tax dollars.
The California Trans Workplace Project is the brainchild of Michaela Mendelsohn, CEO of Pollo West Corp, one of the largest franchisees for El Pollo Loco restaurants in the West. Mendelsohn, who was born a male but identifies as a woman, told Conservative Review that he founded the CTWP to combat discrimination against transgender people in the workplace. Such discrimination, the 64-year-old believes, is the reason why transgender people have a reported unemployment rate as high as double the national average.
“The Future of this Country Will be Composed Solely by Minorities,” It’s “Beautiful”
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos said an ongoing “Latino revolution” in America means “the future of this country will be composed solely by minorities.”
“It is a beautiful American experiment,” he told Larry King Thursday on RT.
Ramos said these demographic changes are causing “white supremacists” to become “afraid and angry” that “they’re becoming a minority.”
Illegal Alien Pedophiles: 4,317 Charges Filed Against Illegals in ONE YEAR… in ONE STATE
Are you kidding me?
As if we don’t already have enough reasons to question Obama’s illegal amnesty agenda…
NCFIRE is an acronym for North Carolinians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement. The organizational website was updated on December 1st and some of the newest data is beyond appalling.
Hillary Clinton Claimed Bush Was Never Legitimately Elected
In 2002, Clinton attended a private fundraiser for Democratic Missouri Senator Jean Carnahan in Los Angeles. According to Newsweek, Clinton told the crowd that she believed that Bush– then the sitting president– was “selected,” not “elected.”
Trump closing argument is battle cry against Clinton corruption
Donald Trump called on voters Saturday to help him defeat a “totally rigged system,” delivering a speech billed as the closing argument for his presidential campaign that became a battle cry against the forces that he said conspire against him and the American people.
Trailing in most polls with 17 days until the Nov. 8 election, the Republican nominee offered himself as a “once in a lifetime” agent of change to revive the economy and stamp out Washington corruption. He drew a stark contrast between his plan and the more-of-the-same government that he said Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton would run to benefit herself and her cronies.
“We will drain the swamp in Washington, D.C., and replace it with a new government — of, by and for the people,” Mr. Trump said in Gettysburg, Pa., a site he chose because of Lincoln’s historic address there and which he said reflected his similar goal of unifying the country.
Liberals’ slow movement on Access to Information reform concerns commissioner
Canada’s information commissioner is casting doubt on the Liberal government’s campaign promise to pry open and modernize the oft-criticized Access to Information Act, a tool for Canadians to search out government data and information.
“It causes me concern that we’re talking about conducting a first full review of the act at the beginning of 2018, and I’m not sure reading that timeline that we’re going to see a substantive review before the next election,” Suzanne Legault told host Chris Hall in an interview airing Saturday on CBC Radio’s The House.
Hollande has accepted colonization by Islam
NDP condemns Islamophobia without definition