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London Ambulance Service to review terror attack protocol after ‘run, hide, tell’ advice made casualties hard to find

A number of those caught up in the London Bridge attack were so well “barricaded” into hiding places in Borough Market that it took some time before they were found and given medical treatment.

Ambulance chiefs said they fully supported the “run, hide, tell” advice but first-response medics were being reminded that not all casualties are easily found after a terrorist incident.

Wish You Weren’t Here

As B’nai Brith Canada continued to tour its anti-Roger Waters documentary Wish You Weren’t Here, CEO Michael Mostyn responded to the Pink Floyd co-founder’s outburst at one of his recent Toronto concerts, in which he singled Mostyn out.

Before the intermission at his second Toronto concert at the Air Canada Centre on Oct. 3, Waters, a spokesperson for the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, claimed that Mostyn said his shows feature “long, lengthy tirades against the country of Israel.”

Carrie Fisher gave predatory producer a cow’s tongue in a box

Carrie Fisher once hand-delivered a cow’s tongue wrapped in a Tiffany box to a predatory Hollywood producer, a friend of the late actor has claimed.

Screenwriter Heather Robinson said that Fisher had intervened after the unnamed executive, identified as an Oscar winner, had tried to force himself on Robinson.

What? 6.5% interest on a $15,000 loan? There is no usury in Islam! I cut yur nek, inshallah!

No-calculator math test reveals weak mental math among Alberta students

Grade 6 students did poorly on a new no-calculator portion of provincial mathematics exams, Alberta’s education minister said Tuesday.

Last fall, concerned about children’s grasp of math fundamentals, David Eggen introduced a new 15-minute, 15-question section to the math exam written by all sixth graders across the province.


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BLM activist Will Prosper in charge of identifying White Quebecois who are “systematically racist.”

Commission On “Systematic Racism” In Quebec Targets White Quebecois

Last spring the Quebec government decided to set up a commission to explore systemic racism. For most observers, the move came out of nowhere: no one had heard of systemic racism before and the few articles that had appeared in the mass media were skeptical of this new cultural Marxist concept, proving that Quebec is not simply a French version of Ontario. The opposition leader Jean-François Lisée, who is trying very hard to attract minorities to his party — without any success we must add — does believe in the evilness of systemic racism. Overall, two Quebecers actually seemed to believe in systemic racism: the premier Couillard and the opposition leader, Lisée.

Halloween costume company removes Anne Frank outfit, whose website is run by the Minnesota-based company, pulled the costumes on Sunday after a backlash on social media.

The costume, which can be seen on social media in screen grabs, included a long sleeve blue button-up dress, a brown shoulder bag and a green beret. The company described Frank as a World War II hero and an inspiration, adding that “we can always learn from the struggles of history.”

Wynne Liberals broke every rule in the book

Normally, Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk’s complete evisceration of how Premier Kathleen Wynne plans to pay for her “Fair Hydro Plan” would be an election game changer.

That is, the final nail in the coffin of the Wynne government’s financial credibility, leading to its defeat at the polls in June.

Lysyk’s findings, released Tuesday, are devastating for the Liberals.

She concluded “senior government officials” knowingly ignored the government’s “own policy for preparing financial statements” to create “an unnecessary, complex financing structure” designed to keep “the true financial impact of most of its 25% electricity-rate reduction off the province’s books … by understating future annual deficits and net debt.”

Illegal Alien Charged With California Wildfire That Killed 40 People

The U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) issued a detainer request on the Sonoma County Jail for Jesus Fabian Gonzalez, who was arrested Sunday on suspicion of arson in Wine Country fires that have killed at least 40 residents.

Breitbart News reported earlier this week that Sonoma County Sheriffs had arrested Jesus Fabian Gonzalez, 29, at Maxwell Regional Park in Sonoma County after a series of reports of ongoing fires in the region. Mr. Gonzalez was observed around 3:00 p.m. PDT wearing a jacket and walking “out of the creek area and a plume of smoke behind him,” according to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.

Quebec set to pass law banning face coverings for anyone receiving public service — even a bus ride

Muslim women in Quebec who wear a burka or niqab could soon be required to uncover their faces to ride a city bus under a proposed provincial law.

The Couillard government’s Bill 62 on religious neutrality could be put to a vote as early as Tuesday, two years after it was tabled.

The controversial legislation would effectively ban public workers — including doctors, nurses, teachers and daycare workers — as well as those receiving a service from the government, from wearing the niqab, burka or any other face covering.


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Pope Demands World Governments End World Hunger And Climate Change

World governments can end world hunger and the migrant crisis by halting climate change and military conflicts, Pope Francis urged Monday.

“It is clear that wars and climatic change are a cause of hunger, so let’s not present it as if hunger is an incurable disease,” the pontiff said Monday during remarks at the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, according to United Nations New Centre.

Trudeau Puts Virtue-Signalling Ahead Of Security On Border Questionnaire

Canada has no obligation to make people trying to enter illegally feel comfortable.

We know it’s absurd that we are supposed to consider the feelings or comfort level of those breaking our laws. In fact, when people considering crossing illegally see how our leaders are falling all over themselves to consider how we can be “nicer” to illegal crossers, it will only make Canada seem like a more inviting destination for those who have no interest in using the legal border entry process.

California Will Block Moves for a “Muslim Registry”’ Across the State

California lives up to its name and status of being a so-called “sanctuary state” as it will prevent a Muslim registry from being implemented in the state.

​Gov. Jerry Brown signed a much-watched bill on Sunday that will effectively prevent the creation of Muslim registry should President Donald Trump opt to go ahead with such a proposal he campaigned hard for in 2016.

Oh Dear: Actress Rose McGowan Says Weinstein Attorney Lisa Bloom Offered $6 Million Hush Money

Like her mother Gloria Allred, attorney and media personality Lisa Bloom has created her controversial personal brand image as an advocate for women who have been victimized.

However, against increasing numbers of women sharing stories about their sexual harassment by Bloom’s former client Harvey Weinstein, actress Rose McGowan is claiming that Weinstein lawyer and Lisa Bloom’s co-counsel, Charles Harder, tried to pay her $6 million hush money to actually support McGowan’s abuser.

Ottawa to cut small business tax rate to 9% by 2019

Ottawa announced its plans today to cut the small business tax rate from 10.5 per cent to nine per cent by 2019, as it attempts to quell a backlash to proposed tax reforms that have stung the Trudeau government.

The drop, first announced during the lead-up to the 2015 election campaign, would first lower to 10 per cent on Jan. 1, 2018, and then down to nine per cent on Jan. 1, 2019.

Election year BS.


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African Bishop: Western politicians ‘pandering’ to Islam

A Nigerian bishop said the Catholic Church in his country is beginning to lose its public influence partly because of the decline of religious faith in the West.

Bishop Matthew Kukah of Sokoto accused European and American politicians and diplomats of publicly “pandering” to Islam at the expense of Christianity.

The result, he said, was the ascendancy of Islam and evangelical Christianity in Nigeria and the decline of Catholicism.

Apple Diversity Chief Apologizes For Saying White People Can Be Diverse

“Diversity is the human experience,” Smith said last week at the One Young World Summit in Bogota, Colombia. “I get a little bit frustrated when diversity or the term diversity is tagged to the people of color, or the women, or the LGBT.”

“There can be 12 white blue-eyed blonde men in a room and they are going to be diverse too because they’re going to bring a different life experience and life perspective to the conversation,” Smith said.

Though her comments were widely praised by many, race-hustlers were outraged.

Good gravy! Poutine-eating contestants race to the bottom of the fries and curds

Just over 20 lbs of poutine eaten — and, behold — there was a champion.

Maybe it was the love of the combination of cheese, fries and gravy, or maybe it was the camaraderie that brought together 11 big eaters from all over North America to compete for the crown at the eighth-annual Smoke’s Poutinerie World Poutine Eating Championship at Yonge-Dundas Square Saturday afternoon.

German man accused of trying to take explosives on a plane in Sweden is released as police say the ‘bomb’ was actually FOOD

Police had discovered two cans containing a brown liquid and another containing a white liquid in the man’s luggage, according to local newspaper Göteborgs-posten.

An image published by national newspaper Aftonbladet showed the man being escorted from the airport by officers.

He was arrested and charged with ‘attempted general devastation’.

Liberals prepare to reveal 2018 immigration plan they say will boost economy, help refugees

Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen recently wrapped up cross-country consultations and is preparing to table the annual immigration levels in the House of Commons by the Nov. 1 deadline

As he sets next year’s target for the number of newcomers allowed into the country, the government’s goal is to attract top talent in a competitive global market while reuniting families and offering refuge to people displaced by disaster and conflict.


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Michael Moore Claims Ignorance On Weinstein Despite Active Partnership, Blames ‘All White Men’

There is no way in hell Moore didn’t know what Weinstein was up to.

It’s unreal what a liar this man is, yet the liberal media is hailing him as a hero for this idiotic rant.

Moore goes on to blame “all men,” which he later specifies means “white men,” for Weinstein’s personal behavior.

City of Victoria to send ‘climate accountability’ letter to fossil fuel companies asking them to pay up

The City of Victoria is about to become the third Vancouver Island municipality to send what it calls a climate accountability letter to 20 of the world’s largest fossil fuel companies.

A majority of Victoria councillors have approved sending the letter, which asks the companies, including Exxon, Chevron and Shell, to pay their share of the city’s climate costs.

German minister upsets fellow conservatives over Muslim holidays

Speaking on the campaign trail ahead of an election in the northern state of Lower Saxony due on Sunday, de Maiziere – a member of Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU) – said he was open to certain regions of Germany having Muslim public holidays.

He pointed out that All Saints’ Day was only a public holiday in Germany’s Catholic regions and added: “In places where there are many Muslims, why can’t we think about introducing a Muslim public holiday?”

Canada: Muslim explains that he tried to murder woman because “I started listening to the Koran”

Mary Hare was attacked with a knife in her dorm room at UBC last year. The trial for the accused in the attempted murder case began at B.C. Supreme Court Tuesday. (CBC News )

When asked by Sgt. Jeffrey why he might have attacked Mary Hare with a knife Almestadi said, “I started listening to the Koran and understanding the meanings differently.”

Minnesota: Police track down man at his home, give citation for pickled pig’s foot at Muslim booth

Fernkes was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct for his actions taken at the Aug. 12 farmer’s market located in the parking lot of the YMCA in Willmar, a small city that has been inundated with Somali refugees over the last 15 years.

The 61-year-old grandfather allegedly drove up in his wheelchair to a Somali-staffed vendor booth, placed a pickled pig’s foot on the table and then drove away while directing an obscene gesture at the vendors, according to the local newspaper.

Witnesses claim he also cursed and used anti-Muslim slurs.

The truth is the Liberals have been itching to tax discounts for decades

Was the Trudeau government really blindsided by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) over the taxing of employee discounts, as they claim?

The federal Liberals insist they never approved a CRA directive, revealed last weekend, to tax the face value of products and services employers give their workers at reduced rates.


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Canada drops asylum seekers hijab questionnaire

Canada has suspended the use of a questionnaire that appeared to single out Muslim asylum seekers crossing into the country.

The Mounties used the form to screen refugee claimants entering into Quebec from the US.

Public Safety Canada says the document was “inappropriate and inconsistent with government policy”.

Weinstein allegations are not the first stories ‘spiked’ by media

Many people seem shocked by claims from a former New York Times reporter who says the newspaper sat on her 2004 information exposing alleged sexual misconduct by Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. (The Times told Newsweek they would have only withheld information for good reason.)

The Weinstein question aside, I can tell you that every day, in newsrooms around the country, stories are killed because powerful people know how to get them killed.

Canada’s Catalonia? Careful Ottawa, western alienation is beginning to rear its head again

It was not at all helpful that the less-than-affable Montreal mayor, Denis Coderre, declared it a “victory for Canada” when TransCanada withdrew its licence application for Energy East, a pipeline project that actually would have provided market-diversification benefits to the national economy. It would be no different than if the mayor of, say, Winnipeg — home to a Boeing plant — declared it a Canadian victory after the U.S. Commerce Department slapped on two import duties on Quebec’s heavily subsidized Bombardier planes.

EXCLUSIVE: A First-Hand Account From A Soldier Who Served With Bowe Bergdahl

The following is a first hand account from a soldier who served with Bowe Bergdahl. His submission is posted here, in it’s entirety. Not one word has been altered. The few typos remain. This soldier was one of those who signed a nondisclosure agreement in the wake of Bergdahl’s disappearance. He has opted to remain anonymous. – Renee Nal

Like it or not, we need a ‘nudge’ to make better choices

The Nobel Prize for economics, like its subject, runs on controversy. You won’t find here the heated debates about whether Bob Dylan is really a writer, but many laureates – New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is one – arouse as much ire as admiration. Economists are like medieval theologians, coming to mental blows over how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

The latest winner, the University of Chicago’s Richard Thaler, is a case in point. With colleague Cass Sunstein, a prolific jurist and former White House “regulation czar,” he popularized the notion of “choice architecture,” otherwise known as a nudge. In the 2008 book Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth and Happiness, they argued that government has a responsibility to create mechanisms by which citizens will make better choices.


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CAIR Conducted Sensitivity Training for Philadelphia Teachers

Philadelphia’s public school system allowed the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) to conduct sensitivity training for its teachers last year, CAIR press releases and school district documents obtained by the Investigative Project on Terrorism show.

CAIR attorneys conducted a presentation for educators on Election Day, focusing on Islamophobia and the civil rights of Muslim students, a November press release said. The seminar was described as the first in a series of planned workshops on those issues.

Suspects sought after men doused with gas, nearly set on fire at Agincourt Mall

The first of the three suspects is described as a brown male, standing five-feet-seven to five-feet-ten inches tall, with black hair and a full beard. He was last seen wearing a maroon sweater, dark coloured pants and grey shoes.

The second suspect is described as a brown male, standing five-feet-seven to five-feet-ten inches tall, with black hair and a full beard. He was wearing a grey, short-sleeved hoodie, dark coloured pants and white shoes.

The third suspect is described as a female between five feet to five-feet-five inches tall, with black shoulder-length hair. She was last seen wearing black Adidas track pants with one vertical stripe, a long-sleeved grey sweater and open-toed sandals.

Paris Wants to Ban the Combustion Engine by 2030

“Transport is one of the main greenhouse gas producers… so we are planning an exit from combustion engine vehicles, or fossil-energy vehicles, by 2030,” Christophe Nadjovski, an official responsible for transport policy at city hall, told the ratio station France Info.

The new plans, if implemented, will increase pressure on the car industry to adopt both new engine technology, and new patterns of mobility, as twin concerns over Climate Change and air quality increasingly trump the traditional lobbying power of carmakers.

Group to study homophobia, other attitudes in school

Egale Canada’s stated mission is “to improve the lives of LGBTQI2S people in Canada” and to enhance the global response to LGBTQI2S issues.” The acronym stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and two-spirit people.

In 2012, the group undertook a survey on homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in Canadian schools involving almost 4,000 high school students. Based on its findings, it undertook several initiatives to try to improve the situation. Now, it plans another survey to see how they have worked.

University Drops Sponsorship Of Immigration Debate For Fear Of Exposing Students To ‘Harmful’ Views

According to Seattle University (per Campus Reform), President Trump’s proposed repeal of DACA “generated great fear within vulnerable immigrant communities and has caused real harm, making discussions of immigration policy that include a conservative viewpoint even more painful.”

“We refuse to sit by and let hateful xenophobic and anti-immigrant rhetoric be a part of the culture/message/speech of Seattle University School of Law and Seattle University as a whole,” read the original petition, per the Washington Free Beacon.

Women’s group denounces Coalition Montreal, Rotrand over ‘anti-feminist’ candidate

Before she became a candidate in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district, Caroline Orchard posted several comments deriding “extremist women” and ridiculing feminists who talk of a “culture of rape.”

In a statement Thursday, Femmes du monde says “it’s unacceptable that the only female Coalition Montreal candidate in the (C.D.N.-N.D.G.) borough could make statements that trivialize rape and refers to feminism as a ‘mental illness’.”


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Cleanup Crew?: “Break-In At Las Vegas Shooter’s Home In Reno Confounds Police”

There’s no longer any reason to believe the police in this case.

The dramatic changing of the timeline on when security guard Jesus Campos was shot was the final straw.

Listen to the Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo BS his way through explaining the change, insisting it was “minute.”

Incompetent, corrupt, or both?

The Boy Scouts announce plans to admit girls

Today, the Boy Scouts of America Board of Directors unanimously approved to welcome girls into its iconic Cub Scout program and to deliver a Scouting program for older girls that will enable them to advance and earn the highest rank of Eagle Scout. The historic decision comes after years of receiving requests from families and girls, the organization evaluated the results of numerous research efforts, gaining input from current members and leaders, as well as parents and girls who’ve never been involved in Scouting – to understand how to offer families an important additional choice in meeting the character development needs of all their children.

More than 32,000 asylum seekers have arrived in Canada so far in 2017

On average, $15,000 to $20,000 is spent by different levels of government on each asylum claimant, according to Michael MacDonald, director general of the operations sector of the citizenship and immigration department, though “it very much does vary.”

MacDonald and other officials from the RCMP, the Canada Border Services Agency and the immigration department delivered a briefing on asylum seekers Thursday morning to the House of Commons committees on public safety and immigration.

Between January and August, 13,211 asylum seekers have entered Canada through irregular border crossings, the vast majority in Quebec.

6th-grader’s homework on gay, lesbian, transgender ‘identity’ leaves mother furious

Kids graduate high school without being able to do math, but that’s ok. At least they’re studying sexual orientations, and that’s what public education is all about.

DeKalb County Georgia’s Lithonia Middle School gave their sixth graders a pretty interesting assignment in health class recently. They were assigned a quiz wherein they were given the definition of 10 “sexual identities” and had to provide which identity (gay, bisexual, lesbian, etc.) fit that definition.

Toronto District School Board to remove ‘chief’ from job titles out of respect for Indigenous communities

The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) will stop using the word ‘chief’ in job titles, citing respect for Indigenous communities.

The TDSB said the decision was inspired by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) final report, though the change is also part of a larger initiative to rename titles within the board.

While the TRC report did not explicitly call for the removal of titles such as chief from non-Indigenous applications, it did call for improvements to education, language and culture.


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University of Hawaii sends email titled ‘in the event of a nuclear attack’

Now on offer at University of Hawaii, Nuclear War 101: How to Start Worrying and Fear the Bomb.

Students at the Aloha State school received an email Monday with the subject line “in the event of a nuclear attack.”

The message sent Cold War-style shivers down the spines of those not accustomed to the “duck and cover” drills of the 1950s, though the current threat is from the isolated regime of Kim Jong Un.

Yes, the US Government Has Experimented With Controlling Hurricanes

There are dozens of YouTube channels where individuals focus specifically on weather manipulation and modification. They claim to have the expertise to study radar images and determine whether artificial elements were added to developing hurricanes. If you are interested in that type of research, see this. However, I will not be addressing the issue of whether or not the U.S. is currently manipulating hurricanes. I do not have the technical background to accurately report in that area. Instead, I will focus on the history of weather modification as it pertains to hurricanes. If you have limited knowledge on weather modification — or, perhaps, you even think it is a hoax — I encourage you to read on. If you are familiar with the history or science of weather modification, I also encourage you to read on, as I have included details I have not seen covered elsewhere.

Vancouver wants to know how you’d spend tax dollars

The Lego dioramas are Vancouver issues in a nutshell.

There’s a basket of groceries to indicate cost of living. A man getting arrested by a police officer represents crime and safety, while a transparent wall around Vancouver City Hall represents governance and transparency.

This is…. what, 4th grade level?

Little Muslim Marxist Malala Yousafzai attends her first lectures at Oxford University

I refuse to accept a marxist as a role model, especially one steeped in Islamic norms. The slobbing over this girl is pathetic. How much do you want to bet that there are plenty of girls/women out there, abused by the Taliban and are not Marxists and wouldn’t think to providing Teflon for Islam, but ditch it the first chance? These females are of no interest to the international media/politicians and NGO’s, nope just this little marxist because she checks off all their little totalitarian boxes.

h/t Marvin

Stuck in limbo: Manitoban asylum seekers wait to hear if they can stay

The number of asylum seekers in Manitoba waiting to hear if they can stay in their new homes is going up.

According to the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, 40,000 asylum seekers are currently backlogged to have their refugee claims heard.

The number has skyrocketed in recent years due to federal funding, staff limitations, and an intense influx of those coming to Canada through non-border crossings in recent years.


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Merkel’s Bloc Agrees to Limit Number of Refugees Entering Germany

The change of policy comes after the far-right AfD party did well in the German federal elections last month, securing third place and becoming the first far-right party to enter the Bundestag in half a century.

The AfD made significant ground in the elections by playing off fears and concerns about refugees and migration in general, and after the results became clear Ms Merkel said she would try to solve the problems of people who had voted for the party to win their support.

Though a million refugees came to Germany at the height of the refugee crisis, the number has actually tailed off over, with 280,000 welcomed to Germany in the recent year. As a result, if numbers continue to decline, Germany may not have to turn refugees away as part of the policy.

Does anyone believe this is anything beyond an election ploy? 

Science Gone Stupid: Human Extinction Edition

“The probability of global catastrophe is very high,” the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists warned in setting the Doomsday Clock 2.5 minutes before midnight earlier this year. On nuclear weapons and climate change, “humanity’s most pressing existential threats,” the Bulletin’s scientists found that “inaction and brinkmanship have continued, endangering every person, everywhere on Earth.”

Every day, it seems, brings with it fresh new horrors. Mass murder. Catastrophic climate change. Nuclear annihilation.

Toronto District School Board’s Dangerous ‘Islamophobia’ Definition Shows Why Canadians Oppose M-103

When M-103 was first introduced, it sparked a strong and sustained backlash from Canadians. As I reported in March, a poll showed that an overwhelming majority of respondents thought M-103 should have been changed to either remove the focus on one religion (40%), or mention all religions (31%). Just 14% wanted it kept as is, a clear rejection of M-103 by the Canadian people.

Yet, the Trudeau government ignored the will of Canadians and pushed ahead, and continued their effort to not only pretend Islamist terrorism isn’t a threat, but suppress the ability of Canadians to speak out against it.

This Is How North Korea Would Start a War (And How Bad It Could Get)

This is the best case for North Korea, but it is important to recall that most analysts judge North Korea’s military as insufficient to defeat the forces of the RoK. The static defenses along the DMZ, combined with the mobility and sophistication of RoK forces, mean that any offensive into South Korea is likely to bog down into a logistical disaster before it can capture Seoul. At that point, attacks along the depth of the North Korean position, combined with a concerted assault on regime targets and the KPA’s command and control network, will likely isolate advance forces and leave them ripe for destruction.

Alan Carter: Kathleen Wynne’s coming Trudeau trouble

At the recent First Ministers’ meeting in Ottawa, Canada’s premiers discovered an uncomfortable truth about conversations with the federal government.

Just because the PM will meet with you, doesn’t mean you’ll be heard.


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Dianne Feinstein Admits Gun Control Doesn’t Work, Introduces Gun Control Bill Anyways

Here’s how things work on the left: following a mass shooting liberals demand gun control laws that wouldn’t have stopped the tragedy while citing the shooting as a need for these ineffective restrictions. What they never do is admit that their knee-jerk “solutions” are completely pointless in stopping crime, but all of that changed on Sunday. In a stunning admission, Dianne “gun grabber” Feinstein said that no gun law current or proposed would have stopped Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock from killing 58 and wounding 500 more. Don’t worry, she’s still pushing gun control legislation anyways, because that’s what liberals do.

Expert handling technique, too.

Nothing ‘fair’ about Wynne’s minimum wage hikes

Since Premier Kathleen Wynne says her 31.6% hike to Ontario’s minimum wage is all about “fairness” — which will also be the theme of her June re-election campaign — we have to ask: Fairness to whom?

Estimates of the number of job losses that will result from Wynne increasing the minimum wage from $11.40 per hour to $15 per hour in 15 months, range from at least 50,000 (Financial Accountability Office of Ontario) to 90,000 by 2020 (TD Bank) to 185,000 over two years (Keep Ontario Working Coalition.

These estimates (including new jobs that will never be created in addition to existing jobs that will be lost) are based on the logical assumption that when a business’ expenses go up, it must either cut costs or increase profits to survive.

Updated list: Sweden’s vulnerable areas

Particularly vulnerable area (23) – characterized by a social problem and criminal presence that led to a widespread inconvenience to participate in the judicial process and difficulties for the police to fulfill its mission. The situation is considered acute.

Deferred area (32) – is geographically defined and characterized by a low socioeconomic status where the criminals have an impact on the local community. Impact is rather linked to the social context in the area than the criminals’ graduated will to take power and control the local community. The situation is considered serious.

Risk area (6) – characterized by the risk of becoming a particularly vulnerable area. Some or some of the set criteria are missing. The situation is considered alarming.

A meaning of ‘vulnerable’ with which I am not familiar.

Wilders video banned by Youtube: “We Must De-Islamize the West”

In the video Geert Wilders shows that the Prophet Mohammed should be considered a terrorist, mass murderer and a pedophile and that it is very dangerous that this man is rolemodel to 1 billion Muslims.

Geert Wilders: It is an outrage that the freedom of speech is sacrificed because of expressing the truth. It must always be permitted to express the truth even when it concerns a deranged prophet. Fortunately the video is still available on Twitter and Facebook.”

NATIONAL UNITY RISK: Trudeau Is Dangerously Dividing Canada For His Own Political Benefit

Canada lacks a unified industrial policy. Such a policy would be based on strengthening industry across Canada, including the energy industry in the west, manufacturing in Ontario, and the aerospace industry (including Bombardier), in Quebec.

A strong industrial policy would mean eliminating regulations and taxes that hurt the energy industry, bringing in strategic tariffs to protect and grow manufacturing jobs, and yes, sometimes it would mean providing support to Bombardier to protect Canadian jobs.

This would bring Canadians together and strengthen national unity, because it would show that all parts of the country mattered equally to the government, and our government was committed to making sure that all Canadians could succeed.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!


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Texas Capital Dumps Columbus Day for ‘Indigenous Peoples Day

The Austin City Council voted Thursday to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day, a holiday that honors Native Americans, and no longer recognize Columbus Day.

Austin follows such U.S. cities as Berkeley, Seattle, Denver, Albuquerque, Phoenix, and most recently, Los Angeles, in replacing the traditional holiday to instead declare that the second Tuesday of October honor America’s indigenous people.

Councilmembers approved a resolution that sought “to create a path of healing and reconciliation” noting that October 12, 1492, marked the “beginning of the colonization of indigenous people that forever changed their identity, cultures, and achievements.”

Smells like reparations.

Poison ivy on steroids: Another side of climate change

Lee Frelich is a big name in the field of forecasting what climate change will do to forest species. He teaches at the University of Minnesota, and has been in the forest research business since the late 1970s. He knows Ontario’s forests too.

And he says there’s firm evidence that poison ivy will thrive in our expected future climate.

Climate change “will favour poison ivy quite dramatically,” he said in an interview. “Poison ivy is one of the few species that has a direct response to rising carbon dioxide levels.”

Sheer desperation.

‘Fifty nine meat eaters dead. How many animals will live because of this?’

The owner of a vegan food truck says she regrets a Facebook post in which she appeared to dismiss the deaths of “meat eaters” in the Las Vegas massacre.

Delinda Jensen, 60, of Wilkes-Barre, said she’s received death threats and had to shut down her business after her post Monday night started going viral, sparking intense backlash both online and off.

This is how they think. This is what they want.

Deradicalization must be tailored to Canadian cities, says expert

The radicalization of young Canadians is most often a local problem that requires programs tailored to specific cities, towns or even neighbourhoods.

That’s one the preliminary findings by the Canada Centre for Community Engagement and Prevention of Violence.

The federal government set aside $35 million over five years for the centre, which was announced in August 2016. It works within the Department of Public Safety to provide training, support research and provide national leadership on counter-radicalization strategies for provinces, territories and municipalities.

The funds allocated for deradicalization will be used to import more radicals.

AntiFa Declares Next Target As Special Report Reveals Who They’re After

It seems AntiFa groups won’t be happy until they slash and burn everything in sight. They’ve now decided on a new target: the American law enforcement community.

Not happy enough toppling Confederate statues or inciting riots on the University of California Berkeley campus, these left-wing extremists have turned their attention to police, saying they’re oppressors. (The same oppressors that just rushed in to save so many victims in this nation’s deadliest mass shooting in Las Vegas this week.)

Dartmouth Student Group Demands Punishment For Students Who Report This Crime

The Action Collective, a group that campaigns on issues like diversity and inclusion, posted the flier on campus. The flier also encouraged students not to participate in Dartmouth’s annual bonfire run tradition Friday evening during the College’s homecoming.

“Prohibit and condemn hateful language and threats,” said the Action Collective in the poster. “Reporting students to immigration agencies should result in disciplinary actions.”


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Congressmen Seek To Lift Propaganda Ban

An amendment that would legalize the use of propaganda on American audiences is being inserted into the latest defense authorization bill, BuzzFeed has learned.

The amendment would “strike the current ban on domestic dissemination” of propaganda material produced by the State Department and the independent Broadcasting Board of Governors, according to the summary of the law at the House Rules Committee’s official website.

The tweak to the bill would essentially neutralize two previous acts—the Smith-Mundt Act of 1948 and Foreign Relations Authorization Act in 1987—that had been passed to protect U.S. audiences from our own government’s misinformation campaigns.

NFL Will Ban Racist Fans If They Are Identified

The National Football League says fans that make racially insensitive comments will be banned from attending future games.

This newly suggested policy is a response to an alleged fan/player exchange following Monday night’s game in Kansas City.

Washington Redskins receiver Terrell Pryor claims that he was called the “n-word” by a fan as he was headed towards the locker room. Pryor says that is what ultimately led to the now viral video – showing him throw up the middle finger, before saying “F*ck you!” to a group of fans.

The sting of an insult is proportional to its accuracy.

Medicine Hat Mayor: “The mayor of Montreal is a moron”

The Mayor of Medicine Hat had some harsh words for anti-Pipeline Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre.

Coderre told reporters the cancellation of the Energy Easy project is a victory.

“I’ve been saying since Day 1 that (TransCanada was) arrogant and condescending,” Coderre said Thursday morning. “It’s an enormous victory.”

Canada buys their oil from the Middle East instead of from their own western provinces, Energy East would have carried 1.1 million barrels to the east coast every day.

‘Transsexual Takeover’: California Law Includes Jail Time for Using Wrong Pronoun for Transgenders

A California pro-family leader warns a new law intended to protect the rights of LGBT Seniors “will force all California long-term care facilities to submit to the tyrannical transsexual agenda, without limit.”

California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Wednesday a “bill of rights” that backers say will help protect LGBT seniors from discrimination or mistreatment in long-term care facilities.

Trudeau breaks another promise

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week removed Liberal MP Wayne Long from two government committee positions as punishment for voting alongside Conservatives on small business tax reforms.

There’s been visceral outrage across the country – including in Long’s riding – among small business owners and professionals who see the Liberal “reform” as a job-killing tax grab.

Tomi Lahren: I’m So Sick of Celebs, Elitists Looking Down on Gun Owners

I don’t know about you, but I am pretty sick and tired of hearing these liberal entertainers – many of whom have never bought, touched, or shot a firearm – lecture the rest of us on our Second Amendment rights.

Those injured at the Route 91 Harvest Festival weren’t even out of surgery before the rich and famous mixed their crocodile tears with their anti-gun BS in an effort to shame law-abiding gun owners.Pretty typical narrative from a group of people who will use any tragedy as a means to advance their war on guns, gun owners and the Constitution.

Arkansas: Muslim police officer fired after threats to ‘blow up’ academy

Police say an east Arkansas police officer has been fired and is under investigation after alleged threats to “blow up” a law enforcement training academy in northeast Arkansas.

Arkansas State Police say 29-year-old Wisam “Troy” Algburi was arrested Friday and charged with making a terroristic threat. He worked for the Marion Police Department. Marion police say Algburi had been working on the force for two months on restrictive duty before he went to the Black River Law Enforcement Training Academy at Black River Technical College in Pocahontas.

One problem with the new citizenship oath: Citizens can’t really violate an Indigenous treaty

In a measure likely set to debut next year, the Canadian citizenship oath will soon include its first-ever reference to Indigenous people by including a pledge to “faithfully observe the laws of Canada including treaties with Indigenous Peoples.”

The change was recommended by Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and had wide support among government-convened focus groups. There’s just one problem; you can’t really “faithfully observe” a treaty.


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IT’S OFFICIAL: California is now a Sanctuary State

California will beef up protections for undocumented immigrants beginning in January under a controversial new law Gov. Jerry Brown signed Thursday to create a statewide sanctuary policy.

Brown signed the bill and 10 other immigration-related bills on the same day as a critical deadline for immigrants aided by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, who must file by Thursday for a final two-year extension before the program is phased out.

Donald Trump is a ‘textbook racist’, claims Duke University professor

The President’s “insensitive, disrespectful and mean-spirited statements and actions” are consistent with a number of categories of racism including “insidious” and “symbolic” racism, according to Jay Pearson, an assistant professor at Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy.

Mr Trump has in the past called racism an “evil” and white supremacists “repugnant”.

‘Yet another carbon tax’: Canada’s ‘single biggest carbon-fighting policy’ you’ve probably never heard of

Canada’s environment commissioner Julie Gelfand delivered a stern warning to the federal government this week, declaring that to deal with climate change Ottawa needs to move “from a seemingly endless planning mode into an action mode.”

That will mean more than just putting a price on carbon — to date the only element in the Liberals’ pan-Canadian climate change framework that’s received much attention. The government’s plan also includes a suite of lesser-known policies, including a proposed clean fuel standard that some say amounts to a second carbon tax.

Antifa Site: Actions Like Las Vegas Shooting ‘Will Only Escalate’ Due To ‘White Supremacy’

The post reads, “Real talk all this he was a terrorist we need to call it terrorism talk is missing the point. Terrorism isn’t our word, terrorism is the state’s word and always has been. It is a word that the state used to smear political movements and to justify any measure taken to crush them. It’s a word they use to justify killing thousands of people via remote control war games from the sky. It’s the way they justify criminalizing whole religions and areas.”

“Even Charlottesville wasn’t terrorism, it was something much older and much more American. It was white supremacy as well as violent misogyny,” the post argues.

Feds to announce payout of $800M to Indigenous victims of ’60s Scoop

The federal government has agreed to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to survivors of the ’60s Scoop for the harm suffered by Indigenous children who were robbed of their cultural identities by being placed with non-native families, The Canadian Press has learned.

The national settlement with an estimated 20,000 victims, to be announced Friday by Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett, is aimed at resolving numerous related lawsuits, most notable among them a successful class action in Ontario.

Confidential details of the agreement include a payout of between $25,000 and $50,000 for each claimant, to a maximum of $750 million, sources said.


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Scheer Rips Deceitful Trudeau For Paying Khadr While Fighting Indigenous Girl In Court Over Dental Treatment

Today in Question Period, Andrew Scheer asked why Justin Trudeau gave $10.5 million to Omar Khadr to “save money” on legal fees, but has spent over $100,000 in court to deny a $6,000 dental treatment to an Indigenous girl.

There has been growing outrage over the total hypocrisy of the Trudeau government, and the government has had no good answers for it. That didn’t change, as rather than answer the actual question, Trudeau ended up spouting off his talking points about Khadr’s “rights.”

Stephen Paddock: The Most Plausible Theory of His Motivation

As things always go with these sorts of matters, what we think we know now will inevitably change and, in some respects, undoubtedly change dramatically as more information comes to light. So far, though, this is essentially the extent of the propositions on which the Big Media insiders agree.

Admittedly, I don’t know anything more at the moment. However, I’m shocked (though not particularly surprised) that no one–namely, no “conservative” commentator–has so much as suggested even the possibility that this historically unprecedented massacre just may be the event in which the violent hatred to which suspected Deplorables have been routinely subjected for over a year-and-a-half has reached its bloody climax.

Australia Presses for More Facial Recognition in Terror Fight

The Australian government wants to strengthen its counterterrorism efforts by making use of a fundamental part of all Australian citizens: their faces.

On Thursday, at a national security meeting in Canberra, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expected to pressure states and territories to hand over the driver’s license photos of every citizen, which would be added to the federal government’s database of passport and citizenship application photos.

The licenses would be a prized jewel: They are more prevalent than passports, and they have more regularly updated photos that can be fed into a sweeping surveillance system, to the alarm of privacy advocates.

‘One of our comrades has made those Trump supporting dogs pay’: Left-wing ‘Melbourne Antifa’ extremists condemned for praising Las Vegas shooter after he shot dead 59 people

Left-wing extremist group Antifa has been condemned for posting a vile Facebook post praising a man who killed at least 59 people in Las Vegas in the worst mass shooting in American history.
Screenshots of the Melbourne chapter’s deleted social media post have been reposted on to their site, highlighting their support for dead 64-year-old gunman Stephen Paddock.
‘One of our comrades from our Las Vegas branch has made these fascist Trump supporting dogs pay,’ it said on Tuesday morning.

More Canadians petitioning the government about fear of cellphone radiation

If petitions are any indication, a growing number of Canadians are very concerned about being zapped by radiation from their cellphones, baby monitors and wireless internet routers.

Seven of the 16 environmental petitions submitted to the auditor general’s office between July 2016 and June 2017 “concerned potential adverse health effects on humans from radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation from personal wireless devices,” according to one of the fall reports from Canada’s environment commissioner, released Tuesday. That’s up from one in 2014-2015 and none in 2015-2016.