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Susan Collins’ honorary degree should be rescinded, nearly 1,500 St. Lawrence University faculty, alumni say

Nearly 1,500 St. Lawrence University alumni and faculty are calling on the school to rescind an honorary degree Sen. Susan Collins was awarded last year because of her vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

A more moderate Republican, Collins was targeted by liberal activists and those opposed to Kavanaugh – particularly after allegations of sexual assault came to light – who thought she could abandon her party and vote against confirming the judge. But ahead of the vote, Collins said she didn’t believe the charges could “fairly prevent Judge Kavanaugh from serving on the Court.”

Dutch school replaces Easter tradition with celebration of Islamic Sugar Holiday vcxd

According to the school “it wants to give more attention to traditions of other cultures”.

A letter from the school came into the hands of Dutch news outlets Geenstijl and Powned. The letter says that several day care volunteers will help during this year’s Islamic Sugar Holiday.

During the celebration of the Islamic holiday, the children in class will be told what the feast is and why it is being celebrated. “This way we hope to celebrate a different holiday with the children,” the letter says.

Canada open to growing trade with China now that USMCA is a done deal: PM

Canada is open to doing more business with China now that a trading agreement with the United States and Mexico has been finalized, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

“Obviously, China is the world’s second-largest economy and growing, and will remain an important place to do business and to look for opportunity,” Trudeau told the Fortune Global Forum in Toronto on Monday.

“We will continue to look (at increasing trade), but we will continue to do it in the way Canada always has, mindful of the challenges, both of scale and of different approaches to business, in a way that is thoughtful about drawing benefit and protections for Canada.”

Huge Immigrant Caravan Doubles in Size, Pushes Toward US to ‘Drop In on Trump’

A caravan of migrants fleeing Honduras has already doubled in size as more than 3,000 people are moving northward with the goal of entering the United States.

“We’re going to drop in on Donald Trump. He has to take us in,” said Andrea Fernandez, 24, who said she is traveling with her three children because Honduras has high crime and few jobs, according to Yahoo News.

Mali Mission has ‘no prospect of immediate success,’ says Operation Medusa commander

The man who led Canada’s troops in Afghanistan said the Canadian peacekeeping mission in Mali has “no prospect of immediate success.”

“The political overtones and what’s going on in this country and this mission are ugly,” retired major-general David Fraser told CTV’s Power Play host Don Martin on Monday.


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Sweden cancels traditional Christmas concert and increases promotions for Islamic events

Sweden’s, and perhaps the world’s largest outdoor Christmas concert “Oh Holy Night”, which traditionally airs on Swedish national TV on Christmas Eve each year, has been cancelled, SVT news reports.

This is most likely yet another example of Swedish traditions being suppressed in order not to offend migrants who don’t hold Christian beliefs.

Every British swear word has been officially ranked in order of offensiveness

The UK’s communications regulator, Ofcom, interviewed more than 200 people across the UK on how offensive they find a vast array of rude and offensive words and insults.

People were asked their opinion on 150 words in total. These included general swear words, words linked to race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, body parts and health conditions, religious insults and sexual references, as well as certain hand gestures.

Guess Where Trudeau Is Sending $25 Million Of Our Taxpayer Dollars?

As the Trudeau government was announcing a giveaway of $50 million to a UN Palestinian organization that has funded hateful propaganda, they were giving away even more.

It turns out Trudeau announced $25 million to go towards ‘social and sexual health’ in Africa.

Antifa puts severed pig heads at campaign offices, calls for “people’s war”

After attacking five separate GOP offices, Antifa has escalated their extremist activities by placing severed pig heads at multiple polling locations and campaign offices in the Austin, TX area. This comes directly on the heels of the media accusing Republicans of “seizing” on the “angry mob” mantra in order to generate a better turnout for the midterms.

TREASON: Trudeau Government Trying To Help ISIS Terrorists – Including ‘Jihadi Jack’ – Come To Canada

A report by Global News reveals how the Trudeau government is offering help to ISIS terrorists held overseas, even saying that coming back to Canada is an ‘option’ for them.

The report includes a transcript of an online conversation, showing that the Trudeau federal government is apparently proactively reaching out to ISIS terrorists – including a terrorist dubbed ‘Jihadi Jack.’


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Bacon And Egg Muffins Aka Breakfast In A Cup

Failure on Trans Mountain expansion could drive populism: Stephen Harper

Could failing to get Canada’s natural resources to market through the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion drive populist forces here?

In an exclusive broadcast interview airing Sunday, former prime minister Stephen Harper joined the West Block’s Mercedes Stephenson in New York City to talk global trade, protectionism, populism and how they tie together in his new book, Right Here, Right Now: Politics and Leadership in the Age of Disruption.

French hero, who sacrificed himself to save a hostage from an Islamist, won’t have a place named after him as ‘it may offend Muslims’

On 24 March 2018, an ISIS terrorist stormed a supermarket in Trèbes, armed with a handgun, a hunting knife and three homemade bombs. He shot two people dead and took others hostage.

During the negotiation with the police, the terrorist accepted Beltrame’s offer to swap places with the last hostage, a female cashier.

Editorial: Time to make waves over the prime minister’s pool

How long must Canadians pay for the upkeep of a prime ministerial residence the prime minister doesn’t live in? Oh, wait, he does use the pool — and we taxpayers foot the bill for that splashy extravaganza.

As reporter Tom Spears detailed this past week, although Justin Trudeau and his family have lived in a cottage on the grounds of Rideau Hall since 2015, there are still maintenance costs for crumbling 24 Sussex Dr. while the PMO and the National Capital Commission dither over that property’s future.

London Museum Uses Feminist Term ‘Womxn,’ Angering … Feminists

The Wellcome Collection, a museum in London, has found itself targeted by feminists after its attempt to please feminists by using the “inclusive” term “womxn.”

The BBC reports that the museum’s usage of “womxn” in a tweeted announcement led to “backlash from hundreds of women, and an apology

Sweden cancels traditional Christmas concert and increases promotions for Islamic events

Sweden’s, and perhaps the world’s largest outdoor Christmas concert “Oh Holy Night”, which traditionally airs on Swedish national TV on Christmas Eve each year, has been cancelled, SVT news reports.

This is most likely yet another example of Swedish traditions being suppressed in order not to offend migrants who don’t hold Christian beliefs.


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Ham And Cheese Potato Pancakes

New York Antifa Yells ‘Kill More Nazis’ Outside Gavin McInnes Event, Attack Proud Boys

Right wing pundit Gavin McInnes held an event at the Metropolitan Republican Club New York City Friday night, where several “anti-fascist” protestors gathered outside.

“Kill more nazis!’ Outside the metropolitan republican club now with a pretty big anti-fascist mobilization,” said left-wing photojournalist Shay Horse, who attached a video of Antifa members encouraging violence.

After the event, a fight broke out during which three Antifa members were brutally beaten. The mainstream press narrative is that an “angry right wing mob” beat three innocent people for no reason whatsoever.

This May Be The Looniest Anti-Male Op-Ed Ever Written. And The Washington Post Just Published It.

On Friday, The Washington Post ran what could easily rank as the single looniest op-d they’ve ever run: a piece from Victoria Bissell Brown, retired history professor at Grinnell College, arguing that men are incapable of being good, even if they oppose sexism. Men are, by nature, vile and terrible, and can’t fix anything by listening to women – instead, they must change from within. Sadly, though, they’re not capable of such change, which begs the question: what the hell are men supposed to do, aside from die?

Brown begins by talking about screaming at her husband. Really.

Petition against Trudeau handgun ban crosses 10,000 signatures

It seems the recent “consultations” launched by Justin Trudeau and Minister Bill Blair on a potential handgun ban are already heading face first into grassroots opposition.

A petition sponsored by Conservative MP Michelle Rempel which demands the government respect law-abiding Canadian firearm owners has received more than 11,000 signatures in the first two days of being open.

It has already surpassed almost every other petition available for signature, except for one on sexual misconduct allegations which the PM recently side-stepped.

This massive number of signatures is unexpected, as the Liberal government did put out a survey regarding the gun ban.

With so many signatures I would venture to bet that many felt the survey was either biased or lacking in a real capacity to listen and therefore chose to take this avenue to voice themselves.

‘Our Goal Is to Horrify’: Another ISIS Concert Threat Depicts Jihadist with Grenade

Just days before one ISIS-allied media group released a propaganda poster threatening to attack concerts with a knife, another prolific ISIS media group threatened grenade attacks at music venues.

The group behind the latter threat has issued a number of slick videos and posters this year, including one warning of knife-wielding terrorists on commercial flights.

The new Al-Abd Al-Faqir poster released in the last week of September depicts a jihadist blending into a crowd wearing a white T-shirt and jeans. As concert-goers face the stage, the jihadist grips a grenade in his right hand.

Trudeau says CAQ plan to raise cannabis legal age to 21 could promote organized crime

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the incoming Quebec government’s plan to raise the legal age for smoking cannabis to 21 could leave an opening for organized crime.

Speaking to reporters on the last day of a trip to Armenia, Trudeau said increasing the legal age could undermine one of the federal law’s key aims: eliminating the black market.


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Crescent Breakfast Squares

Trump’s list: 289 accomplishments in just 20 months, ‘relentless’ promise-keeping

The Trump administration’s often overlooked list of achievements has surpassed those of former President Ronald Reagan at this time and more than doubled since the last tally of accomplishments after his first year in office, giving President Trump a solid platform to run for re-election on.

As Trump nears the two-year mark of his historic election and conducts political rallies around the country, during which he talks up his wins in hopes it will energize Republican voters, the administration has counted up 289 accomplishments in 18 categories,

Mayor Forces Police to Ride Around with Signs Helping Illegal Criminals

The far-left, open borders Mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frey announced this week that mandatory placards detailing immigrants’ rights will be displayed in police squad cars. The signs are in English and Spanish.

Minneapolis is a sanctuary city that protects even criminal foreigners.

The mayor is actively aiding and abetting people breaking our laws and putting the police in danger. That makes him a criminal.

Canadian designers regularly showering Justin Trudeau and family with gifts

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family are regularly showered with lavish gifts from dignitaries, but a growing trend among the high-priced offerings are gifts from clothing and accessory designers who use images of the Trudeaus sporting their wares for promotion.

All gifts to public office holders over $200, including those to the prime minister, must be publicly declared.

The public registry shows Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, are regularly offered gifts from private companies — mainly Canadian clothing designers and accessory manufacturers.

San Francisco school board president drops Pledge of Allegiance in favor of quotes from acclaimed black authors Maya Angelou and Toni Morrison and gay pioneer Harvey Milk in response to Trump ‘attacking our liberties’

The newly appointed president of the San Francisco School Board broke with tradition on Tuesday by skipping over the Pledge of Allegiance.

In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, Stevon Cook said that it was a decision he made prior to the meeting, and discussed with a few members of the board.

Cook noted that he removed this ceremonial exercise at a time when the Trump administration ‘has been attacking our liberties,’ opting instead to recite a quote from famed poet Maya Angelou.

Stephen Harper on why it’s Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn, not Donald Trump, who scare him

Donald Trump doesn’t scare former prime minister Stephen Harper.

And while the bombastic, protectionist American president might make him “uncomfortable,” it’s politicians like Bernie Sanders who Harper says truly alarm him.

“I look at Donald Trump,” he said. “Obviously, there’s things that I’m uncomfortable with but the Bernie Sanders of the world or the Jeremy Corbyns in Britain are the ones that really, really frighten me.”


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Mainstream media and establishment fail again: Massive support for Tommy Robinson and the lads in ‘Army Gate’

When Tommy Robinson goes anywhere, he is met with people who thank him, ask for selfies, genuinely love and appreciate all he is doing to fight for our women and children in this country.

So when he was at the motorway services off the M1 and by chance there were four coaches of young army squaddies there who greeted him, he had his photo taken with them.

RULING: No Duty To Consult Indigenous People Prior To Introducing Legislation Says Supreme Court

In a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court has ruled that the federal government does not have a ‘duty to consult’ Indigenous groups before they introduce legislation

The Mikisew Cree First Nation had said that 2012 omnibus budget legislation had infringed on their rights under the constitution. They wanted the Supreme Court to force the federal government to have a duty to consult before introducing legislation.

Major British retailer ‘adopts sharia law’ and sells hijabs for children as young as 3-years-old

The former bastion of all that is British, M&S, no longer represents traditional Britain. Instead, Marks & Spencer have seemingly sold out to become Mohammad & Sharia.

The high street chain has caused a storm by offering a hijab for young children in their shops and online in their school-wear category.

Response from the public has been extreme, with people publicly tweeting their disgust of trying to profit on the ‘medievalism’ of selling something that many view as oppressive, something even ‘toddler girls in Saudi Arabia’ aren’t forced to do.

Witchcraft Spells Being Cast Following Kavanaugh Confirmation

The witch trial of Justice Brett Kavanaugh has inspired actual witches to cast spells in his name, including the organization of a “Hex Kavanaugh” event.

According to Vox, “many quasi-religious rituals” are making the rounds in the halls of social media that are meant to “help self-identified witches process trauma, anger, and grief” in the wake of Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.

Bill Blair launches consultations on possible ban on handguns, assault weapons

Blair says the government wants to hear a diversity of views on how to reduce violent crime in Canada and whether a ban on handguns and assault weapons would be the best way to address the problem.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked Blair to lead the public probe into a possible ban after a series of deadly gun incidents this year, including a mass shooting on Toronto’s Danforth Avenue in July that killed an 18-year-old and a 10-year-old girl and injured 13 others.


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Swedish media try to cover up gang rape of girl by ‘Muslim migrants’ – Facebook censored posts as well

Politicians in Sweden blame Swedes for not helping migrants successfully integrate in their community when the public learn of a Muslim gang-rape of a young Swedish girl.

However, an friend of the young girl’s mother learned of the rape and in her anger and shock, posted about it on Facebook.

The United Nations Is Demanding Canada Damage Our Economy Even More

One thing you’ll notice about the globalists and the radical left is that they are constantly moving the goalposts.

They demand a certain policy, and then demand more, and then more, and then more.

‘Goals’ are never actually reached, they simply turn into more goals.

Tiny Busts of President Trump Pop Up Across Brooklyn With Signs That Read ‘Pee On Me’

Several small statues of President Donald Trump – circa 1980 – with yellow signs that read “Pee on me” are popping up throughout Brooklyn, New York. The statues encourage dogs (and possibly humans?) to urinate on the bust of Trump which is placed atop a small patch of astroturf.

China – Xinjiang Province ‘Muslim Internment Camps’ Signed Into Law

Former detainees have reported that they were for hours upon end forced to sing songs such as “Without the Communist Party, There Would Be No New China” and any of the those who could not remember the words were not given meals.

“In the end, all the officials had one key point. The greatness of the Chinese Communist Party, the backwardness of Uighur culture and the advanced nature of Chinese culture,” a Uighur detainee named Mr. Abdusalam Muhemet told a Turkish newspaper.

Trudeau Govt Unlikely To Charge 13 Islamic Terrorists Returning To Canada

Only four sets of charges have been brought over the last two to three years against Canadians who traveled overseas to fight for groups like ISIS.

That’s because laying charges against someone for fighting with or assisting a terrorist group like ISIS is not always a straightforward matter.

It boils down to the question of exactly what kind of evidence police can get their hands on.


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Lemon Blueberry Pancake Poppers

Mounties will be barred from smoking pot almost a month prior to any shift

In a new policy reportedly set to be announced later this week, the RCMP will ban Mounties from using legal pot almost a month before any shift.

Despite the fact marijuana will be legal to consume as of Oct. 17, Global News has confirmed members of the RCMP will not be allowed to consume cannabis within 28 days of a shift, a move that will put the force at odds with the policies in place for most members of the military and several local police forces.

Doubling Down, Kanye West To Dine With President Trump At White House

Rapper Kanye West, who has said that he and President Trump both share “dragon energy,” will drop by the White House this week to have lunch with the president, the White House said Tuesday.

Presidential son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner will also meet with West when he visits, press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement.

“Topics of discussions will include manufacturing resurgence in America, prison reform, how to prevent gang violence, and what can be done to reduce violence in Chicago,” Sanders said.

The staggering hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton

It’s hard to work out what is most galling about Hillary’s latest act of haughty, self-righteous condemnation of people and politicians who think differently to her. There’s the historical illiteracy. In a line that her speechwriters knew would hit the headlines — and it did — Clinton said the Tories’ refusal to slam Orban suggests they have ‘come a long way from the party of Churchill or Thatcher’. Right. Because Churchill would never have sided with a political strongman from the East that he disliked and opposed in order to achieve a broader political goal, would he? Perhaps while she’s at Oxford today, Clinton could sign up for a booster course on modern British history.

Faith Goldy Suing Canadian TV Station After Refusal To Run Campaign Ads

Toronto mayoral candidate Faith Goldy held a press conference Tuesday morning to announce a lawsuit against a Canadian television station which refused to run her campaign ads.

“The purpose of the Press Conference is to announce and answer questions about a law suit against Bell Media, Inc. for an Order compelling them to broadcast Faith Goldy’s electoral advertisement,” the release for the press conference said. “The lawsuit is based on violation of Ms. Goldy’s constitutional right to freedom of expression during an election, breach of contract, and a violation of regulations made under the Broadcasting Act.”


Canada’s goals well below what’s needed to stop catastrophic climate change: UN

Canada would have to cut its emissions almost in half over the next 12 years to meet the stiffer targets dozens of international climate change experts say is required to prevent catastrophic results from global warming.

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says there will be irreversible changes and the entire loss of some ecosystems if the world doesn’t take immediate and intensive action to cut greenhouse gas emissions far more than is occurring now.


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Ham and Swiss Sliders

Google Design Lead David Hogue: ‘Evil’ Republicans Will ‘Descend into Flames’ of Hell

In a Twitter rant over the weekend, Google design lead Dave Hogue claimed Republicans will “descend into the flames” of hell, and described members of the GOP as “treasonous” and “evil” following the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

“You are finished, @GOP. You polished the final nail for your own coffins. FUCK. YOU. ALL. TO. HELL,” posted Hogue. “I hope the last images burned into your slimy, evil, treasonous retinas are millions of women laughing and clapping and celebrating as your souls descend into the flames.”

‘NO HARD FEELINGS’: Serial killer understands being sentenced to death for sex slayings

A former U.S. Marine turned cross-country serial killer has been sentenced to death for a slew of sex slayings.

Andrew Urdiales, 54, was convicted of embarking on a murder spree spanning two states and three decades.

Already serving life in prison for a trio of murders in the Chicago area, he was convicted May 23 for five murders in southern California.

The University of Libtardia becomes reality as Mass. college offers actual degree in “social justice”

Have you ever wanted to spend over $55,000 to learn all about how racist and unequal American society is, only to realize in the end that you just wasted four years of your life? Well then you may want to consider enrolling at Merrimack College in Massachusetts, where you can get a degree in – you guessed it – social justice.

Chretien predicts common sense will prevail in debate over religious symbols

Jean Chretien says Quebec’s political class is “trapped” in a pointless debate over a non-existent problem: how to accommodate religious minorities.

And the former prime minister predicts the furor over whether public servants should be banned from wearing religious symbols will eventually fade away as common sense prevails.

If common sense had been used in the first place, we wouldn’t be having this conversation.

The Full-Scale Unraveling Of Western Cultural Norms

The allegations of sexual assault against the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have crumbled away under their own multiple contradictions, absence of corroboration and unsubstantiated claims.

So have all those who instantly proclaimed Kavanaugh guilty as charged expressed contrition for this character assassination? On the contrary: They have merely shifted the goalposts to yet more spurious accusations.


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Cheesy Bacon And Egg Hash Breakfast Skillet

Medical guidelines in the works to clear up confusion about cannabis for seniors

The generation of Canadians who rocked out to the 1960s song Marijuana by Country Joe and the Fish are seniors now, and some of them are newly curious about the drug ahead of its legalization on Oct. 17.

But seniors, many of whom take multiple medications, also have questions about how cannabis will interact with their prescription drugs and otherwise affect their health.

To try to address those and other questions, the Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health is developing cannabis guidelines to help clinicians advise older adults.

Canadian Vatican official defends Pope against ‘blasphemous’ coverup claims

Quebec-born Cardinal Marc Ouellet issued a scathing rebuke Sunday of the ambassador who accused Pope Francis of covering up the sexual misconduct of a prominent American cardinal, saying his claims were a “blasphemous” political hit job.

Six weeks after Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano threw the papacy into turmoil over his claims about ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the Canadian head of the Vatican’s bishops office said there was no evidence in his files backing Vigano’s claims that Francis annulled any sanctions against McCarrick.

Border church seeks funds to build pro-immigrant statue of Virgin Mary

A Southern California church is seeking contributions to build a pro-immigrant 40-foot statue of the Virgin Mary overlooking the U.S.-Mexico border, according to reports.

Construction could begin next year if Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in San Ysidro can raise $1 million. The statue depicts the Virgin Mary in the likeness of the Statue of Liberty, with a torch similar to the New York City landmark, KGTV reported Friday.

Courtney Love: Linda Sarsour is an anti-Semitic terrorist

“I won’t follow anything thats being led by an anti-Semetic[sic] terrorist that’s using feminism as a tool to promote her radicalism,” the controversial musician, who is known for fronting the 90s band Hole and being married to late Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain, said Wednesday during a Twitter exchange with Sarsour.

Love was responding to Sarsour’s online campaign to raise money for a Muslim woman whom she claimed was a victim of a hate crime. On her fundraiser page, Sarsour, who is also Muslim, wrote that Rahma Warsame was “brutally beaten by a white man as she came to the defense of another sister.”

University Publishes Social Media Guidelines Including Not Using ‘Gendered Emojis’

While many of the guidelines for “university-wide social media accounts” are standard or inoffensive, the first three are golden examples of PC culture run amok:

.Use inclusive pronouns (they/them/theirs, students, Rams, everyone).
The caption for this post reads: “Enjoy the sun, Rams. #ColoradoState”

.Use the yellow emojis when addressing a diverse audience.
The caption for this post reads: “Sun setting = it’s officially the weekend in #Ramcountry.”

.Avoid gendered emojis when possible. Instead use one of the variations of the yellow smiley faces or object emojis.
The caption for this post reads: “Winner, winner, chicken dinner. Here are your #StateOfSummer photo winners.”


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I, Me, My Robot

These aren’t your grandfathers robots, either. When I was a kid, our notion of what robots looked like came straight out of the movie, Forbidden Planet, where Robby the Robot nearly stole the movie and spun off a line of toys for boys everywhere.

Today’s androids are increasingly lifelike — a little too much so, in some municipalities — and soon enough will be indistinguishable from real humans, like Hillary Clinton. How long, therefore, will it be before author Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics come into play?

Most popular NDP candidate questions party’s future after dismal election

The most successful NDP candidate from last week’s New Brunswick election is not convinced the party will survive after its dismal showing at the polls, at least in his part of the province.

“I’m not too sure about the NDP’s future in the north because of the way they conducted the campaign,” said Jean-Maurice Landry.

“There’s certainly room for a third party in northern New Brunswick — as to which one, time will tell.”

Far left Minister admits a civil war could be near in France as he fears the future

The Minister of the Interior served under Emmanuel Macron’s rule since May 2017. Collomb leaving the government after such a short time is another blow for Macron, who is far from popular in France.

Opposition leader Marine Le Pen was surprised with Collomb’s words:
“Gérard Collomb reveals that out of control suburbs are like an explosive ready to be lit overnight and issued a solemn warning to the Prime Minister. We would have liked such language of truth for 17 months!”

The leaving French Minister certainly isn’t the first who says the country could face a civil war.

Trump’s Counterterrorism Plan Targets Radical Islam as ‘Primary Threat’

Jihadist groups, namely al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), remain “the primary trans-national terrorist threat” to the United States despite 17 years of U.S.-led military efforts against radical Islamist groups, the White House pointed out in its National Strategy for Counterterrorism unveiled on Thursday.

The 10 biggest things Doug Ford has done in his first 100 days in office

Since the Progressive Conservative government won a majority in the spring election, the summer and fall sessions at the provincial legislature have been exceptionally busy.

Here’s what Premier Doug Ford has accomplished in his first 100 days.

h/t RM


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Three Greens Breakfast Sandwich with Fancy Guacamole

The future is populist in this age of disruption, Stephen Harper says in new book

If you are interested in politics, you will remember where you were on November 8, 2016. I was watching the U.S. presidential vote in my basement living room. My (interim) successor as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, the Hon. Rona Ambrose, was with me. So was the leader of the United Conservative Party of Alberta, theHon. Jason Kenney. I did not expect Donald J. Trump to be elected president that evening.

Police to charge man who roundhouse kicked pro-life woman

Toronto police have confirmed the man who roundhouse kicked a pro-life woman last Sunday is Jordan Hunt, and that they are looking for him to press charges.

“We will be laying multiple charges against him,” police spokesman Gary Long told LifeSiteNews in an email.

“We are seeking any assistance from the public in helping to locate this man.”

Quebec ban on religious symbols would be ‘catastrophic’: anglo groups

Disturbing, disruptive, divisive, catastrophic.

Those are some of the words the head of a network of Quebec anglophone groups used Friday to describe the incoming Coalition Avenir Québec government’s plan to ban the wearing of religious symbols on the job by public employees in positions of authority.

Under Premier-designate François Legault’s proposed new law, elementary and high school teachers, police officers, prosecutors, judges and prison guards would have to remove their Muslim hijab, Jewish kippah or Sikh turban or lose their jobs.

Actress Molly Ringwald: The Republican Party Is ‘The Rape Party’

Like so many of her Hollywood peers, Ringwald has taken to becoming a Twitter warrior and on Thursday the Sixteen Candles actress jumped to her Twitter account to pass judgment on the Republican Party.

“It’s no longer the Republican Party to me. It’s the Rape Party,” she tweeted.

Canadians voted for a carbon tax, Trudeau says as provincial blowback grows

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians gave his government a mandate in the last election to implement a national carbon price and that is exactly what it is going to do.

“Pollution should not be free anywhere across this country,” Trudeau said Friday at an event in Windsor, Ont.

His comments came after provincial opposition to the carbon price plan gained even more strength this week when Manitoba did a sudden about-face on its intention to impose a $25-per-tonne carbon price this fall.

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Berries ’N Cream French Toast Casserole  Soak generously with Scotch.

Immigration department changed ‘illegal’ to ‘irregular’ on webpage about asylum seekers as debate flared

The immigration department changed a web page about asylum seekers to swap the word “illegal” for “irregular” as a debate was erupting between the federal government and Ontario on the issue, CBC News has learned.

The change in July came 18 months after the web page, titled “Claiming asylum in Canada – what happens?,” was first published — and just one day after federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen suggested the provincial Progressive Conservatives were mistaken in the way they were describing the status of people entering Canada at non-official entry points.

‘What other restrictions has the White House placed on the FBI?’ Senator Dianne Feinstein says lack of interviews with Brett Kavanaugh or Dr Christine Blasey Ford raises ‘serious concerns’ the probe isn’t ‘credible’

Senator Dianne Feinstein says she is concerned the FBI’s re-opened investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is not ‘credible’ because the bureau didn’t interview him or his accuser.

The FBI didn’t interview Kavanaugh or his accuser Dr Christine Blasey Ford because it didn’t have clear authority from the White House to do so, Bloomberg reports, citing two people with knowledge of the matter.

In fact, the bureau only contacted 10 people and interviewed nine of them – the New York Times reports – amid claims that the White House placed limits on the probe.

ALLISON: Trudeau’s Failure to Remove Steel & Aluminum Tariffs is a Big Blow to Canadian Businesses

Canada is a trading nation, with one in five jobs directly related to trade. Many of these jobs are in our steel, aluminum, automotive, and manufacturing sectors, contributing billions to our GDP while supporting the livelihoods of thousands of Canadians.

These sectors are deeply integrated with our neighbors to the south.

Earlier this year, I traveled to the United States with our Conservative Leader, Andrew Scheer, to meet with our counterparts and push the benefits of free trade.

Trump has not yet signed refugee determination, therefore zero refugees being admitted to the US right now

Last month, the administration proposed a record-low refugee ceiling for the 2019 fiscal year of 30,000 refugees. By law, Congress must be consulted about the cap before a final number can be issued.

“We are extraordinarily disappointed that the administration has failed to honor the spirit and the letter of the law when it comes to consultations,” said Mary Giovagnoli. executive director of Refugee Council USA. “For two years in a row now, the administration has just failed to take it seriously.”

‘Some baloney’ in Trudeau’s claims about supply management under new trade deal

“We have a supply management system that continues to be very much in place to protect both our agricultural sector and our consumers. This is something that continues. We have made modifications to the way it works, but we also know that it is something that will ensure the viability and the strength of supply management for years to come.”

— Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Oct. 1, 2018


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Bacon Stuffed French Toast

Campus mob enraged by ‘Confirm Kavanaugh’ display (VIDEO)

Signs ripped up in anger. Chants of “we believe survivors.” Furious finger pointing.

A large group of students became enraged Tuesday afternoon by a pro-Brett Kavanaugh tabling effort at the University of Texas at Austin put together by its Young Conservatives of Texas chapter. A crowd of furious students encircled the group and yelled at its members while chanting obscenities and destroying their signs.

Coalition government prepared to fire teachers, others for wearing religious symbols

Public servants in positions of authority who refuse to remove religious symbols will be given different jobs or dismissed, a spokeswoman for the Coalition Avenir Quebec transition team says.

Genevieve Guilbault, elected Monday for the Coalition in a Quebec City riding, says public servants who lose their jobs after refusing to respect the new rules will be the authors of their own misfortune.

Crowd Outraged When Lindsey Graham Quotes Former Clinton Strategist

A Republican Senator is facing fierce backlash from Democrats over comments that he made at The Atlantic Festival.

“This is what happens when you go through a trailer park with a $100 bill,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) regarding Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Marine Le Pen to meet Matteo Salvini: “There is an alternative to the EU and we are building it”

“I will be on Monday in Rome with Matteo Salvini to discuss, at the invitation of the General Union of Labour, economic growth and social prospects in a Europe of nations,” Le Pen said.

The leader of the National Rally, the former Front National added that “there is an alternative to the EU and we are building it”.

On a political level Le Pen and Salvini are allies, as both are members of the Eurosceptic Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF) group in the European Parliament.

PATHETIC: Trudeau Government Trans Mountain ‘Plan’ Has No Timeline, May Lead To Cancellation Of The Expansion

A total disgrace.

The Trudeau government has announced their new ‘plan’ for the Trans Mountain Pipeline, following the court ruling that blocked it.

And the ‘plan’ is a total disgrace.


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Roger Stone: Kavanaugh Hearings = Dress Rehearsal For Trump Impeachment

In a video posted to his Facebook page, Stone states that if Democrats gain control of the House of Representatives in November they will file articles of impeachment against the president immediately. While he believes the substance of the articles don’t matter, he predicts that they will immediately trot out the nearly two dozen women who accused the president of sexual misconduct to justify their call.

University cancels West Side Story production after white students landed lead roles

Kent State University has cancelled its fall musical production of “West Side Story” following complaints that too many white students landed lead roles.

Bridgett Martinez, a junior musical theatre major who is of Puerto Rican descent, tried out for her “dream role” of Maria, but she said “it all just got screwed up” when “it was given to a white female,” reported.

Martinez was instead cast as her understudy, and the other three leads that portrayed Latino characters were given to non-Latino students.

Two thirds of Canadian children need to be more ‘physically literate,’ study says

A study of more than 10,000 Canadian children shows that only about a third have achieved an acceptable level of what’s called “physical literacy.”

Physical literacy goes beyond fitness to include the motivation, confidence and knowledge to engage in physical activities that can help them throughout life.

It also involves basic movement skills such as throwing, catching, kicking, jumping, and running from Muslim rape gangs.

UN relief agency pulls staff from Gaza amid increasing Palestinian protests

In early September, UNRWA’s chief spokesman, Ghris Guinness, told BBC News the U.S. funding cuts would be utterly devastating. “It’s likely to be widespread, profound, dramatic and unpredictable because, let’s make no mistake, some of the most marginalised and fragile and vulnerable communities in the Middle East are going to likely suffer because of this, he said.”

Guinness told BBC 526,000 school children receive a UNRWA education every day and it assists 1.7 million food insecure people.

Germany and other countries have promised to increase their contributions to the agency to try to maintain stability. In March 2018, Canada promised up to $10 million in emergency humanitarian assistance for Palestinian refugees living in the West Bank and Gaza.

FUREY: Maybe, just maybe, Trudeau’s now about to pivot back to middle-class issues

A funny thing has happened since the 2015 election campaign. Justin Trudeau campaigned heavily appealing to the middle-class. It’s what his “real change” agenda was all about. And yet soon after, he let it drift away.

Maybe now that the Prime Minister’s basking in the glow of completed trade negotiations with the United States, he’ll pivot back to the very focus that first brought him to power. Maybe. But it’ll require an attitude adjustment on his part.

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