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NFL in Death Spiral—San Fran 49’s Spend $$ on Gun Control—Not Better Players

Did you really think the politicization of the NFL starts and stops with the taking of a knee at the sounds of the national Anthem you are wrong. Now the San Fran 49’ers are acting as a Democrat Party PAC—giving $500,000 to promote gun control.

“According to ESPN, the 49ers presented the gun control pledge as part of creating a “more understanding and safer America.” The $500,000 will also be used to push a ban on bump stocks and armor-piercing bullets.

George Washington’s Church Says Plaque Honoring First President Must Come Down

Leaders at the church that George Washington attended decided that a plaque honoring the first president of the United States must be removed.

Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia will take down a memorial marking the pew where Washington sat with his family, saying it is not acceptable to all worshipers.

“The plaques in our sanctuary make some in our presence feel unsafe or unwelcome,” leaders said, a reference to the fact that Washington was a slaveholder.

Have Halloween costume bans in Canada gone too far?

Canadian schools are wrestling with how to guide students and parents towards Halloween costumes that aren’t considered offensive or culturally insensitive.

In early October, a Canadian school board emailed a checklist “Is my costume appropriate?” to parents planning their children’s Halloween costumes.

Fuschia Martians, mythical creatures, and animals got the all clear.

On the what not to wear list for 31 October – cowboy and Indian costumes, slaves, terrorist, gypsy, Rastafarian and “urban ghetto resident”.

There are no military solutions to Sweden’s criminal gangs

n connection with the submission of the motion to the Riksdag, its initiator, the moderate parliamentary member, as well as the police commissioner Mikael Cederbratt, All put a written question to the Minister of Justice Morgan Johansson (S) on the same subject.

“No intention to take such action.”
Morgan Johansson writes in his reply to Cederbratt that the causes of the problems in the vulnerable areas are very complex and have been going on for a long time – and that “the government does not intend to take any such measures”.

He also writes that “the problems must be solved through measures that reduce social gaps, increase security and help restore the confidence of civil society among the overwhelming majority of law-abiding people living in these areas.”

Quebec Liberal Party slips as CAQ surges less than a year before election

Quebec voters liberated from the independence debate are casting aside traditional allegiances and throwing support behind a third party that has never held power, a new poll has found.

The Coalition Avenir Québec, a conservative party led by former airline executive François Legault, has surged ahead of the Quebec Liberal Party in voting intentions for the first time since the CAQ was founded in 2011, according to the survey conducted by the Leger research firm for The Globe and Mail and Le Devoir.