Pope Demands World Governments End World Hunger And Climate Change
World governments can end world hunger and the migrant crisis by halting climate change and military conflicts, Pope Francis urged Monday.
“It is clear that wars and climatic change are a cause of hunger, so let’s not present it as if hunger is an incurable disease,” the pontiff said Monday during remarks at the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, according to United Nations New Centre.
Trudeau Puts Virtue-Signalling Ahead Of Security On Border Questionnaire
Canada has no obligation to make people trying to enter illegally feel comfortable.
We know it’s absurd that we are supposed to consider the feelings or comfort level of those breaking our laws. In fact, when people considering crossing illegally see how our leaders are falling all over themselves to consider how we can be “nicer” to illegal crossers, it will only make Canada seem like a more inviting destination for those who have no interest in using the legal border entry process.
California Will Block Moves for a “Muslim Registry”’ Across the State
California lives up to its name and status of being a so-called “sanctuary state” as it will prevent a Muslim registry from being implemented in the state.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a much-watched bill on Sunday that will effectively prevent the creation of Muslim registry should President Donald Trump opt to go ahead with such a proposal he campaigned hard for in 2016.
Oh Dear: Actress Rose McGowan Says Weinstein Attorney Lisa Bloom Offered $6 Million Hush Money
Like her mother Gloria Allred, attorney and media personality Lisa Bloom has created her controversial personal brand image as an advocate for women who have been victimized.
However, against increasing numbers of women sharing stories about their sexual harassment by Bloom’s former client Harvey Weinstein, actress Rose McGowan is claiming that Weinstein lawyer and Lisa Bloom’s co-counsel, Charles Harder, tried to pay her $6 million hush money to actually support McGowan’s abuser.
Ottawa to cut small business tax rate to 9% by 2019
Ottawa announced its plans today to cut the small business tax rate from 10.5 per cent to nine per cent by 2019, as it attempts to quell a backlash to proposed tax reforms that have stung the Trudeau government.
The drop, first announced during the lead-up to the 2015 election campaign, would first lower to 10 per cent on Jan. 1, 2018, and then down to nine per cent on Jan. 1, 2019.
Election year BS.