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Trevor Loudon’s 2019 list of socialists and communists in Congress

I’ve been asked to compile a list of socialists and communists in Congress. A friend of mine was challenged to name “even two socialists in Congress”. Altogether, if you add in Islamist coonections I think about 100 members of the House of Representatives would struggle to pass a low-level background security check..but guess what? There are no security checks in Congress.

Here’s my list of 50 of the most obvious socialists in the House, with links to my website Keywiki for the backup evidence. Apologies to the many I’ve omitted. please email me at trevor.newzeal @gmail.com if you’d like to be included in future lists.


New money coming for security agencies to stop election interference: Goodale

This week a handful of federal security agencies were given new responsibilities related to securing Canada’s electoral system from foreign interference, without new dollars to do so, but the minister who oversees many of these organizations is vowing that they will “have the cash they need to do the job.”

In an interview on CTV’s Question Period that airs on Sunday, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said he is currently in the process of making sure that agencies like the RCMP have enough support.


Cows belch methane. Now researchers are trying to breed them to burp less

Baes has been measuring those burps as part of an international research project using genetics to try and figure out how to breed cows who eat more efficiently and produce less methane. The agriculture industry is trying to cut down its emissions — and cow burps play a big part.

Dairy production has “a bad rap for being environmentally unfriendly,” said Baes. “Every industry is of course responsible for reducing their impact on the environment as much as possible.”


Germany’s Economy Cracking – Unemploymant rate for refugees up to 65 percent

Peter Altmaier, the Minister of Economic Affairs and Energy, is blaming BREXIT and global trade, specifically the row with the US. In fact, Germany’s growth rate has been on a steady decline since 2017, while its inflation rate has been rising from a low of 0.39 percent in 2016 to a projected 1.78 percent in 2019.

With low fertility rates, a short supply of labor, and a welfare system stretched to max point propping up a 65 percent unemployment rate for refugees, Germany has failed to mediate the problem and instead blamed false factors in an attempt to conceal and censor the facts.


Canada’s ‘wicked’ debate over vaping

The bathroom doors are coming off, students are being hauled into the principal’s office and teachers are seizing charging devices in class as the vaping craze sweeps through Canadian schools.

“I would say it is out of control,” said George Kourtis, program co-ordinator for health and physical education at the Toronto District School Board.

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