Continental Breakfast

Kellie Leitch vows to move the Canadian Embassy to Jerusalem if elected

“In the wake of the recent UN vote and the comments of John Kerry, Canada must demonstrate its support for Israel. As Prime Minister, I will move the Canadian embassy in Israel to Jerusalem”, Leitch posted on her official Facebook page.

In an earlier post, Leitch said: “The Conservative Party of Canada stands for democracy and with Israel. As leader I will protect and strengthen the special bond between our people.”

FBI, DHS Russia Report Begins With Giant Disclaimer ‘Providing No Warranties of Any Kind’

The FBI and DHS finally released a report on the alleged “Russian hacking” of our election and it reads like a whole lot of nothing.

Students get credit for attending anti-Trump teach-in

Students were required to attend a World AIDs Day event and write a 2-3 page reflection paper on the event they chose to attend.

In lieu of attending an AIDs-related event, all of which were off-campus and/or required a donation to attend, Professor April Sizemore-Barber offered students the opportunity to attend a teach-in on Georgetown’s campus.

Canadian Imam says Islamic Law to be implemented when Muslims are majority

In a recent Friday sermon, Bilal Philips argued that Judaism and Christianity are a distortion of Islam, and that, Jesus, who was a Muslim, represents the link connecting the three religions.

He accused a small group of Muslims of provoking Islamophobia because of their call to implement the Islamic Law (Sharia) in Europe where Muslims are a minority. When Muslims become the majority, explained Bilal Philips, they are obliged to implement the Islamic Law.

Drexel won’t take action against ‘white genocide’ professor

Drexel University announced yesterday that it will not take action against the professor who tweeted that all he wants “for Christmas is White Genocide.”

Instead, the university has argued that his tweet is “protected speech” that should not be “taken at face value.”

European cities ramp up security for New Year after Berlin attack

European capitals tightened security on Friday ahead of New Year’s celebrations, erecting concrete barriers in city centers and boosting police numbers after the Islamic State attack in Berlin last week that killed 12 people.

In the German capital, police closed the Pariser Platz square in front of the Brandenburg Gate and prepared to deploy 1,700 extra officers, many along a party strip where armored cars will flank concrete barriers blocking off the area.

College in Canada? After Trump’s win, more in US consider it

Colleges from Quebec to British Columbia say applications and website traffic from the United States have been surging since Trump’s victory Nov. 8. Although many Canadian schools had also ramped up recruiting in the U.S. recently, some say dismay over the presidential election has fueled a spike in interest beyond their expectations.

Obama unleashes 3,853 regs, 18 for every law, record 97,110 pages of red tape

President Obama’s lame duck administration poured on thousands more new regulations in 2016 at a rate of 18 for every new law passed, according to a Friday analysis of his team’s expansion of federal authority.

Migrants who gang-raped boy avoid deportation to Afghanistan as it’s ‘TOO DANGEROUS’

The shocking revelation comes after conviction of the gang for the attack on the minor, which was filmed by the assailants.

After being beaten he was raped for over an hour.

The horror attack happened in woodland in the town of Uppsala in Sweden.

Government steps up security ahead of New Year’s kick-off to Canada’s 150th

Preparations are well underway on Parliament Hill for the official New Year’s kick-off to Canada’s 150th anniversary, including an increase in special security precautions around the nation’s capital.

“Sadly, we’ve seen some of the activities that take place, whether in Berlin or Paris, and you want to make sure that Canadians, when they come to their nation’s capital, feel very safe,” said Ottawa mayor Jim Watson ahead of Saturday’s event, which will see thousands gathered on the front lawn of Parliament for fireworks and a concert.