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Michelle’s Secret Bid To Get Back To White House, Rush Busts It Wide Open

Michelle Obama has a secret dream to get back to the White House, and Rush Limbaugh just shocked the Obama camp yesterday when he exposed the entire plan. In fact, the conservative firebrand busted the former first lady’s secret dream wide open as he declared Barack and Michelle never had any intention of leaving Washington, D.C.


Bye, Bye Big Gulp: California Tries To Ban Cups That Hold More Than 16 Fluid Ounces

A new bill would ban retailers from selling or giving away cups with removable lids that can hold more than 16 fluid ounces. Many times these cups are used for fountain soda or frozen sugary drinks. Stores caught selling the big cups would be fined $200 for the first violation, $500 for the second violation, and $1,000 for each subsequent violation.


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Japanese Souffle Pancakes

Regime Tells North Koreans Denuclearization Is Irreversible Ahead of Trump Summit

A North Korean newspaper, the main mouthpiece of the communist regime, ran an opinion piece that, for the first time, provided the citizenry a rationalization—from the regime’s propaganda perspective—for denuclearization.

The op-ed, published in the state-run Rodong Sinmun newspaper, presented the path to peace—a keyword in the denuclearization narrative—as difficult, but irreversible.

Devil’s Due to Publish Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Comic Book

“It’s no secret that AOC has become the unofficial leader of the new school, and has sparked life back into Washington and that’s reflected in the enthusiasm on display by the men and women contributing to this project. While we all don’t agree on everything, we share a common excitement for the breath of fresh air the new Congress brings. I hope this is as much a cathartic release for readers as it has been for us creators.”

“This time around, we wanted to create something that celebrates the fresh new energy and diversity of the stagnated legislative body, and help some good causes at the same time.”

“Somebody’s going to be shot” PCO clerk fears election campaign will be ultra violent

Canada’s top public servant has publicly stated that he is worried someone will be assassinated during the coming federal election campaign.

Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick told the House of Commons justice committee Thursday that he is deeply concerned about Canadian politics and where things are headed.
Wernick appeared at the committee to address the controversy surrounding SNC-Lavalin and the Trudeau Liberals, but his testimony started with him voicing concern about the overall state of public political dialogue leading up to the October election.

Ocasio-Cortez rips media for reporting on her new luxury high-rise

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez scolded media outlets for reporting that she lives in a luxury high-rise building in Washington, DC, around the time she and other high-profile Democrats appeared on a hit list compiled by a Maryland man arrested for allegedly planning a mass terror attack.

“Journalists are sharing stories about where I live the same day it’s shared that myself + others were targeted by a mass shooter,” the New York Democrat tweeted late Wednesday. “All this paired w/ amplifying unvetted conspiracy theories. It’s reckless, irresponsible & puts people directly in danger. This isn’t a game.”

‘Heroin buyers club’ vision unveiled for legal heroin sales in B.C.

The B.C. Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) has unveiled a vision for how legal heroin sales could take place in the province, as health officials continue to grapple with an unrelenting overdose crisis that kills roughly four people per day.

The idea is to create a heroin buyers club, or compassion club to sell regulated, pure heroin to people addicted to opioids.


Rare photos from ‘If Day’ — the time Winnipeg staged a full-scale Nazi invasion of itself

If Day kicked off on Feb. 19, 1942 with a mock battle involving more than 3,500 Canadian troops and reservists, making it the largest military mobilization yet seen in the province. Even actual prairie wars, such as the 1885 North-West Rebellion, hadn’t been nearly this elaborate. The ultimate result was that, to average Winnipeggers, If Day would have looked remarkably similar to how European civilians experienced real-life Nazi takeovers: Smoke and sounds of gunfire in the city’s outskirts, the sight of routed forces retreating and, finally, lines of enemy troops marching into the downtown. Parts of the city were even subject to blackouts as a protection against air raids. Meanwhile, local radio stations broadcast updates from the fighting until, just after the 9:30 a.m. surrender, radios began echoing with German orders. In the above photo, Canadian forces are seen in the opening stages of the city’s doomed defence.


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Lara Logan Now Under Fire for Calling Out Liberal Bias in Media

She also called out her targeters by name.

“I know they’re going to come after me,” she told Hannity. “Michael Calderone who is at the Huffington Post. I can give you the script now. I can tell you who the players are. Joe Hagan. Brian Stelter.”

She added: “They smear you personally. They go after your integrity. They go after your reputation as a person and a professional. They will stop at nothing.

Canada obliged to protect future generations from climate change, test case on carbon tax hears

When the governments of Canada and Saskatchewan publicly squared off in court in Regina this month over the constitutionality of a federally imposed carbon tax, a lesser organization was quietly advancing its own case, on behalf of young Canadians and future generations.

The Intergenerational Climate Coalition, an intervenor in the case, argued that the Canadian government has a constitutional obligation to protect minorities, including future generations of children who stand to be negatively impacted by climate change.

Feds share watch list with 1,400 private groups

The Council on American-Islamic Relations said Congress should look into why the FBI has given such wide access to the list, which CAIR believes is riddled with errors. Broad dissemination of the names makes life more difficult for those who are wrongly included, CAIR says. Many on the list are believed to be Muslim.

“This is a wholesale profiling of a religious minority community,” said CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad. “To share private information of citizens and non-citizens with corporations is illegal and outrageous.”

Ben Stein: Green New Deal ‘would make the Great Depression look like a picnic’

Actor and conservative commentator Ben Stein wrote a column Tuesday shredding the Green New Deal put forth by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey as an economic disaster for the country.

Mr. Stein, who holds a degree in economics, said the Green New Deal, which aims to transition the country completely off fossil fuels in 10 years, is “a multi-pronged way to snatch Depression from the Jaws of prosperity.”

A third of Canadians say science on vaccines isn’t ‘quite clear’

The Angus Reid Institute online survey found that 29 per cent of those polled are of the opinion that the science on vaccinations against deadly childhood infections isn’t “quite clear.” And the skepticism rises with age, with 36 per cent of Canadians over 55 believing the science isn’t entirely convincing.

A further one-quarter — 26 per cent — believe there is a “real risk of serious side effects” from vaccinations, even though such bodies as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention note that side effects from childhood vaccines, for the most part, are minor (such as a sore arm, slight fever or fussiness) and serious reactions rare (occurring in less than one out of a million doses with the diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus vaccine, for example.)