Scheer Rips Deceitful Trudeau For Paying Khadr While Fighting Indigenous Girl In Court Over Dental Treatment
Today in Question Period, Andrew Scheer asked why Justin Trudeau gave $10.5 million to Omar Khadr to “save money” on legal fees, but has spent over $100,000 in court to deny a $6,000 dental treatment to an Indigenous girl.
There has been growing outrage over the total hypocrisy of the Trudeau government, and the government has had no good answers for it. That didn’t change, as rather than answer the actual question, Trudeau ended up spouting off his talking points about Khadr’s “rights.”
Stephen Paddock: The Most Plausible Theory of His Motivation
As things always go with these sorts of matters, what we think we know now will inevitably change and, in some respects, undoubtedly change dramatically as more information comes to light. So far, though, this is essentially the extent of the propositions on which the Big Media insiders agree.
Admittedly, I don’t know anything more at the moment. However, I’m shocked (though not particularly surprised) that no one–namely, no “conservative” commentator–has so much as suggested even the possibility that this historically unprecedented massacre just may be the event in which the violent hatred to which suspected Deplorables have been routinely subjected for over a year-and-a-half has reached its bloody climax.
Australia Presses for More Facial Recognition in Terror Fight
The Australian government wants to strengthen its counterterrorism efforts by making use of a fundamental part of all Australian citizens: their faces.
On Thursday, at a national security meeting in Canberra, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expected to pressure states and territories to hand over the driver’s license photos of every citizen, which would be added to the federal government’s database of passport and citizenship application photos.
The licenses would be a prized jewel: They are more prevalent than passports, and they have more regularly updated photos that can be fed into a sweeping surveillance system, to the alarm of privacy advocates.
‘One of our comrades has made those Trump supporting dogs pay’: Left-wing ‘Melbourne Antifa’ extremists condemned for praising Las Vegas shooter after he shot dead 59 people
Left-wing extremist group Antifa has been condemned for posting a vile Facebook post praising a man who killed at least 59 people in Las Vegas in the worst mass shooting in American history.
Screenshots of the Melbourne chapter’s deleted social media post have been reposted on to their site, highlighting their support for dead 64-year-old gunman Stephen Paddock.
‘One of our comrades from our Las Vegas branch has made these fascist Trump supporting dogs pay,’ it said on Tuesday morning.
More Canadians petitioning the government about fear of cellphone radiation
If petitions are any indication, a growing number of Canadians are very concerned about being zapped by radiation from their cellphones, baby monitors and wireless internet routers.
Seven of the 16 environmental petitions submitted to the auditor general’s office between July 2016 and June 2017 “concerned potential adverse health effects on humans from radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation from personal wireless devices,” according to one of the fall reports from Canada’s environment commissioner, released Tuesday. That’s up from one in 2014-2015 and none in 2015-2016.