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Violent act of terrorism could occur in Canada

Instead of punishing those who are responsible for treasonous acts, Prime Minister Trudeau has promised to foster returning terrorists in Canada. There have been 190 abroad fighters who have connections with Canada, and there have since been 60 who’ve already arrived.


Migrant groups march to U.S. consulate in Tijuana demanding reparations

Two groups of Central American migrants made separate marches on the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana Tuesday, demanding that they be processed through the asylum system more quickly and in greater numbers, that deportations be halted and that President Trump either let them into the country or pay them $50,000 each to go home.


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Baked Western Omelet

In the past Swedish TV warned not to leave Christmas candles unattended – now they warn about grenade attacks

On Monday, broadcaster SVT informed its readers about the damage that hand grenades can cause normal Swedish families.

The article is mocked on social media because Christmas time usually means warnings about forgotten Advent candles.

But the information on SVT is slightly different this year, an image and film of a family that is blown up by a hand grenade in their kitchen.

The ‘lost years’ of legendary Playboy Playmate Bettie Page are revealed in ‘treasure trove’ of unseen photos and letters

When Bettie Mae Page retired at the height of her fame in 1957, she went under the radar for decades and now those tumultuous times are being documented for all the world to see in a new book out by Page’s official social media site and blog manager, and her nephew.

Author Tori Rodriguez and illustrator Ronald Charles Brem joined forces to bring Page’s secret life to light in ‘Bettie Page: The Lost Years: An Intimate Look at the Queen of Pinups, through her Private Letters & Never-Published Photos,’ which was released in October.

Yellow vests in Canada? You better believe it

Over the weekend, a few hundred people took to the streets in Edmonton – many donning yellow vests – to protest both the Canadian carbon tax and the UN Global Compact on Migration. A similar event happened on Parliament Hill, this one largely focused on the migration pact.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remains committed to both these increasingly unpopular government decisions.

NY Times’ Paul Krugman says US part of ‘new axis of evil’ with Russia, Saudi Arabia

Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times opinion contributor Paul Krugman tweeted Monday that the United States had joined Russia and Saudi Arabia in a “new axis of evil,” after those three countries and Kuwait objected to the United Nations’ endorsement of a landmark study on global warming.

Budget Deficit Could Be Billions Of Dollars Larger Than Trudeau claimed

Justin Trudeau and the Liberals said the budget deficit would be $18 billion.

While that’s far larger than what he promised during the campaign, it turns out that even the $18 billion figure appears to be a lie.

The Parliamentary Budget Office is now saying that budget deficits are set to increase.


New Research Reveals What We Must Do to Avoid Catastrophic Climate Changes

There is a substantial body of research that details anthropogenic, or man-made, climate change. Climate mitigation policies have largely been based on the evidence that has resulted in this scientific consensus. In particular, the Paris Climate Agreement, which was finalized in 2015 and opened for signatures in 2016, is perhaps the most comprehensive of these policies.

When are they going to make this a legal religion so we can tithe and buy indulgences?


Could Alberta pull off a full-blown boycott of Quebec?

Over the weekend, former Wildrose leader Brian Jean called for fellow Albertans to join him in an all-out boycott of Quebec products.

The occasion was prompted by a comment from François Legault, the new right-leaning premier of Quebec. At a Montreal premiers’ meeting, Legault shot down any hope for a revival of the Energy East pipeline saying “there’s no social acceptability (for oil) in Quebec.”


CBP Commissioner: Illegal Families Crossing the Border at a Rate That Will ‘More Than Double Last Year’s Record Number of Family Units’

“At the border, we face changing trends in illegal crossings that impact security, exploit our laws and challenge our resources and personnel. To put this aspect of our mission in context, one day of crossings, last Monday, December 3rd highlights the trends that we are confronting,” McAleenan said in his opening statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee.


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Breakfast Enchilada Bake “Newcomer poutine.”

Iran Official Says French Protests Are ‘Islamic Awakening’

The head of the Islamic Republic Judiciary has said on Monday that protests in France are part of the “Islamic awakening” and a development foreseen by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

According to Mizan news agency, Ayatollah Sadegh Amoli Larijani said Khamenei had predicted years ago that Islamic awakening will not be limited to Muslim countries and will reach Europe. He did not explain how the protests are related to Muslims.

‘I will be born again’: First wave of Syrian refugees set to become Canadian citizens

Three years ago, the first government plane filled with Syrian refugees fleeing the civil war touched down in Canada.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a point of personally welcoming that initial wave of newcomers with donations of warm clothing and an invitation to join the Canadian “family.”

Today, those recent arrivals mark a significant milestone: they’ve met the three-year residency requirement that makes them eligible to become Canadian citizens.

William Watson: Trudeau thinks his carbon tax will avoid Macron’s fate. Let’s see

One continually annoying feature of Justin Trudeau is his evident conviction the world’s eyes are always on Canada. As he told the CBC’s Rosemary Barton in an interview aired this past weekend, “Countries around the world are looking, with a lot of interest, at how Canada is moving forward on putting a price on pollution and supporting ordinary citizens through this transition.”

French Riots Really Aren’t About Global Warming — They’re About Tax Heavy Socialism

After weeks of spreading riots and demonstrations in Paris, socialist French President Emmanuel Macron has had an epiphany or sorts. Not only is he not going to put a new global warming tax on fuel, he’s going to let financially-strapped French families keep more of their money from the taxman. At least this year.

Police say they’ve busted gun-manufacturing ring in the Toronto area

Ontario Provincial Police say they have busted an organized crime group that was manufacturing illegal handguns in the province.

Police say they believe more than 120 handguns are linked to criminals involved in human and drug trafficking in the Toronto area.


Trump clashes with Pelosi, Schumer on border security in explosive Oval Office meeting

President Trump clashed Tuesday with Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi with the cameras rolling in the Oval Office, as the president insisted he’s willing to let the government shut down if Congress doesn’t approve funding for his U.S.-Mexico border wall.


Climate change made these 17 extreme weather events radically worse

A new report, published Monday by the American Meteorological Society, again proves the point. The 100-page report assessed 17 extreme weather events from 2017 — including floods, droughts, and heat waves — and determined global warming either significantly boosted the odds of these events, or simply made such extreme, often deadly events possible in the first place.


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Maple Sausage Breakfast Sliders

Michelle Obama Admits She Struggles With Imposter Syndrome, Sometimes Feels Like A Fraud

Former First Lady Michelle Obama said that she sometimes suffers from imposter syndrome while speaking on Monday in London, England about her new book, “Becoming.”

According to a Merriam-Webster definition, imposter syndrome is when someone feels that their success is a product of luck or fraud, rather than skill.

Enviros Are Starting To Realize A Carbon Tax Won’t Ever Happen

Carbon fees were once considered an obvious next step in the country’s multifaceted effort to reduce CO2 emissions. Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a rising star on the left, believes a carbon tax can be one part of her sweeping “Green New Deal.” Some conservatives have signed on to the idea, believing it to be a market-based approach to eliminating pollution. Even a number of major energy companies have come forward in support of charging businesses for the amount of carbon they release into the atmosphere.

As government prepares response to calls to bring ISIS members to justice, some walk free

On Facebook, the Pakistani-Canadian described himself in a recent post as a “Mujahid residing in Dar al Kufr” — a jihadist fighter in the land of disbelief.

But more than two years after flying back to Toronto and telling reporters he had served in the brutal ISIS police in Syria, he has not been arrested.

“No kafir can touch me,” he said in a recent text message to a former friend, who shared it with Global News. Kafir is an Arabic term for nonbeliever.

We Must Face Persistent Racial Gaps in Academic Performance

In covering the most highly publicized “affirmative action” lawsuit in decades – against Harvard University — the news media are continuing their pattern of averting their eyes from stubborn facts that cut against their ideological preferences.

In recent trial testimony, Harvard and other selective schools claim that the only way they can maintain adequate racial diversity is to use large racial preferences to admit a great many more black (and brown) students than would otherwise get in based on their academic performance.

UCP, Suzuki Foundation granted intervenor status in Saskatchewan carbon tax challenge

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has rejected Ottawa’s request not to grant intervenor status to a number of parties in its carbon tax fight with the Saskatchewan government.

The court released its order on Monday on who would be granted the special status.