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Muslim rapist sues state for not providing halal meals in jail

As you read the story below, remember these types of legal actions are being filed all over the country as the Council on American Islamic Relations and other Muslim Brotherhood-backed groups aggressively wage civilizational jihad against the U.S., just as they have done in Europe. Lawfare is one of the main tools the Brotherhood uses against us, effectively weaponizing our own Constitution against us. I don’t think our Founding fathers ever imagined the First Amendment would be used this way, and I doubt my Catholic great-grandparents would have, in their wildest imaginations, thought of filing these types of suits against schools, jails, employers, etc. after they emigrated to America in the early 1900s.


Hungary attacks the UN’s pro-migration agenda: “Migration is dangerous and it can be stopped”

Hungary’s foreign minister Péter Szijjártó said his country could walk away from UN negotiations on migration.

Szijjártó took this position, because in his opinion, Hungary’s vision on migration is the opposite of the UN’s vision. After meeting his Czech counterpart, Martin Stropnicky, Szijjarto said:

“The principle laid down in the [UN] draft document [that migration has positive effects and cannot be stopped]is false and fabricated.. Migration is dangerous and it can be stopped.”


Justin Trudeau’s ‘values test’ is offensive

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau never misses an opportunity to boast about how his government will do everything it can to protect Canadians’ Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Convicted terrorist Omar Khadr is Trudeau’s most high-profile example for his Charter of Rights arguments. When he was a teenager, Khadr killed a U.S. soldier while fighting with the Taliban. The Supreme Court ruled Khadr’s rights were violated during his captivity. The Liberal Government compensated him with a $10.5 million payout.


Species at risk because federal law is failing, study says

An academic analysis says the federal government’s Species At Risk Act is failing to help the plants and animals it’s supposed to protect.

The study from a think tank at the University of Ottawa is the latest to point out problems with the legislation created 16 years ago to safeguard Canada’s biodiversity.

The Smart Prosperity Institute points to another study that found 85 per cent of the species listed under the act have either seen no improvement or have actually deteriorated.


Canada’s UN peacekeeping contributions shrink again, despite Trudeau Liberals’ promises

The number of Canadian peacekeepers deployed on United Nations missions has reached a new low, despite repeated promises by the Trudeau government to increase Canada’s contributions.

The latest UN figures show that Canada had just 43 peacekeepers deployed on missions at the end of December, down from 62 in November.

The new figure comes despite the Liberal government having promised in August 2016 to make up to 600 Canadian soldiers and 150 police officers available for future peacekeeping missions.

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