Planned Parenthood Now Has Pro-Abortion License Plates
According to LifeNews, a new license plate unveiled in Nebraska comes with progressive feminists’ favorite slogan: “My body, my choice.”
“The new abortion-supporting license plates will cost an additional $70 for drivers,” reports LN. “It appears Planned Parenthood has enough applications to support the plate and it told state officials that 263 Nebraska drivers [want] to promote abortion on their vehicles.”
Poland and Hungary warned they WILL face consequences over ‘violating EU migrant quotas’
The news comes as the nationalistic politics of both countries has prompted increased tensions between Brussels.
One EU source told Reuters: “We are confident that the ECJ will confirm validation, then they [Poland and Hungary] must abide by the decision.
“If they don’t, then they will face consequences, both financial and political.
Liberals likely to pass kid-themed food and beverage marketing ban in 2018
A bill designed to curtail food and beverage marketing aimed at kids is expected to clear legislative hurdles in the new year as the Liberal government tries to combat rising obesity rates.
Bill S-228 was brought forward by former Olympian and now senator Nancy Greene Raine, who says the restrictions will help, though there is no “magic bullet” to address the problem.
Pakistan, Headed to UN Human Rights Council, Expands Crackdown on Online ‘Blasphemy’
Days before it takes up a seat on the U.N. Human Rights Council – for its fourth term in the council’s 11-year history – Pakistan’s federal cabinet has approved a legal amendment designed to facilitate an ongoing crackdown on “blasphemy” on social media.
On Tuesday the cabinet approved an amendment that will bring “blasphemy” within the ambit of a 2016 cybercrime law.
Trudeau’s Weaker Citizenship Rules Led To Nearly 500% Increase In Applications
According to a recent report, “Figures from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship provided to CBC News show there was an average of 3,653 applications a week in the six months before changes were brought in Oct. 11. The number shot up to 17,500 applications the week after the new requirements kicked in. There were 12,530 applications submitted the week after that, but data for subsequent weeks is not yet available.”