Continental Breakfast

Should Anti-trust Laws Be Used To Break Up The Social Media Giants?

The secular Left and the proponents of Islamic blasphemy laws have a new issue on which they are making common cause: the quest to destroy the freedom of speech, the cornerstone of our democracy. After Charlottesville, the Left sees its chance to crush all dissent, and given its alliance with Islamic supremacists, this means the implementation in the West of prohibitions on criticism of Islam, including counterterror analysis of the motivating ideology of jihad terrorists. This anti-free speech initiative, if it succeeds, will destroy free society, which cannot exist if one is unable to speak out against the tyrant.


Al Qaeda affiliate mining uranium to send to Iran, Somali official warns US ambassador

An Al Qaeda affiliate has seized control of uranium mines in Africa with the intent of supplying the material to Iran, according to a diplomatic letter from a top Somali official appealing to the U.S. for “immediate military assistance.”

The letter, reviewed by Fox News, was addressed to U.S. Ambassador to Somalia Stephen Schwartz. Somalia’s Ambassador to the U.S. Ahmed Awad confirmed to Fox News on Thursday that the letter “has indeed been issued” by Minister of Foreign Affairs Yusuf Garaad Omar, whose signature is on the document.


Canada preparing winter shelters as migrant wave continues

Many of the more than 7,000 migrants who crossed on foot from the US state of New York into Canada’s Quebec province since July 1 have been housed in tent cities near the border set up by the military.

Others were put up at Montreal’s Olympic stadium and other venues until better accommodations could be found.

“These tents do have heaters, but we also have a very, a very cold winter in this country,” said Transportation Minister Marc Garneau, who is also chairing an emergency task force to deal with the surge in asylum seekers.


Berkeley students plot to ‘shut down’ conservative speakers

Fed up with conservative speakers coming to their campus, students at the University of California, Berkeley are holding a meeting to discuss how to “shut down these events.”
The flyer specifically mentions an upcoming visit by Milo Yiannopoulos, but students have also reacted negatively to a separate event featuring Ben Shapiro, with one liberal student literally eating a flyer promoting Shapiro’s speech.


Justin Trudeau marks Eid al-Adha by urging Canadians to fight Islamophobia

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says now, more than ever, Canadians must stand together against racism and Islamophobia.

Trudeau made the comments in Saskatoon while delivering remarks recognizing the beginning of Eid al-Adha, a Muslim holiday.

“Whether we are in a big city or a small town, we must continue to stand together, united against racism, hatred and Islamophobia,” Trudeau told the crowd.

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