Former FBI Official: Halting Immigration is ‘Not Who We Are,’ Americans Must ‘Adjust’ to Terrorism
Former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the FBI C. Frank Figliuzzi writes in a piece for NBC News that terrorism in the United States is changing quickly to a strategy where terrorism is merely mitigated and contained.
Rather than halting immigration from particularly dangerous and terrorist-sanctioned regions of the world, Figliuzzi says Americans may have to change the way they live, noting how Americans in the car rental business and hotel industry are now subject to “rigorous training” on terrorism-related issues.
‘The Usual Suspects’ production was shut down over Kevin Spacey allegations, co-star says
Byrne has now claimed in an interview with the Sunday Times that production on the crime film shut down for two days, and he later discovered it was because his co-star was accused of sexually inappropriate behaviour towards a younger actor.
“I did not know honestly then the extent of his violence,” the Irish actor said. “I mean, he was kind of a joke in that people would say ‘That’s Kevin’, but nobody really understood the depth of his predations. It was only years later that we began to understand that (filming) was closed down for a particular reason and that was because of inappropriate sexual behaviour by Spacey.”
Trudeau’s trade deal with China turns into an embarrassment
The big buildup, the anticipation and then … nothing.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should have stayed in bed, colloquially speaking, and spared taxpayers the expense of yet another high-end jaunt to Beijing with a cadre of cabinet ministers and bureaucrats.
Piggish Propagandist Michael Moore’S New Anti-Trump Movie In Big Trouble
Limousine liberal hypocrite and self-styled leader of the resistance Michael Moore’s year isn’t ending on a very positive note.
The Michigan mammoth has pissed away the last year in a futile effort to mobilize rabble in the streets with the goal of overturning the results of last year’s election.
Reverse the trend of over-incarceration among Indigenous peoples in Canada
We need a radical change to end systemic discrimination, writes Michael Bryant. One proposal: no Indigenous person should ever be incarcerated except for the most serious crimes.
Another day, another Indigenous victim of violence, another Indigenous inmate. Indigenous people are two to three times more likely to be a victim of violence, as compared to the non-Indigenous. The proportion of Indigenous adults in custody is about nine times higher than their representation in the adult population (3 per cent).