Continental Breakfast

Chicken and Waffles with Tabasco Maple Syrup

There’s no comfort food like southern Chicken and Waffles. It’s the ultimate combination of sweet and savory. To add even more flavor, these Chicken and Waffles are drizzled with a Tabasco Maple Syrup for a spicy kick.

BORDMAN: Liberals hoping to censor Facebook & Twitter in the next election

The Liberals and the CBC would have you believe that “fake news” on social media represents an immanent threat to our democracy.

This idea is being given credence by the lie that “fake news” and Russian Facebook bots won Donald Trump the 2016 election.


Stripping jihadi bride Shamima Begum of her British citizenship could spark extremist backlash against UK, warns Home Office advisor

Radical Islamists could exploit the decision to strip Shamima Begum of her British citizenship, the Government’s chief adviser on countering extremism has warned.

Home Secretary Sajid Javid made the move after the teenager, who fled London aged 15 to join the so-called Islamic State caliphate in Syria, said she wanted to return to the UK with her newborn son.


MARIN: SNC-Lavalin affair goes to the core of our democracy

Weird, bizarre and partisan is how I’d describe Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernick’s testimony at the House of Commons justice committee looking into the SNC-Lavallin affair.

His opening statement had absolutely nothing to do with the matter before the committee.

Wernick sounded ominous as he declared: “I am deeply concerned about my country right now, and its politics, and where it’s headed.”


Venezuelans Now Regret Giving Up Their Guns – This is What Happens to a Disarmed Populace

In 2012, Venezuela’s dictator-for-life President Hugo Chavez had his rubber stamp legislature pass the Control of Arms, Munitions and Disarmament Law. The public generally supported it at the time. The law stripped law-abiding Venezuelans of every firearm and round of ammunition they could legally own.

As the country and its citizens have increasingly benefitted from the wonders of Bolivarian socialism, it appears that the public now regrets their support for total civilian disarmament.


New immigration projects offer caregivers pathway to permanent residence

Applicants will be assessed for permanent residence criteria before they begin working in Canada. Once they obtain a work permit and have two years of work experience under their belts, they will have access to a direct pathway to become a permanent resident.

These five-year pilot programs are replacing the expiring ‘Caring for Children’ and ‘Caring for People with High Medical Needs’ pilot programs, which Hussen says were ineffective.

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