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ISIS Flag Raised At Utah High School

Mysteriously and without warning, a flag representing the nearly-defeated ISIS appeared in place of the American flag at a high school in Hurricane, Utah on Thursday morning.

Hurricane police have been working in concert with the FBI to determine why the flag had been raised. Ken Thompson, a spokesman for the Hurricane Police Department, said authorities don’t know if the perpetrator was a student or an outsider.


The Accent Coach Agrees With Findings on Study Related to Children’s Cartoons

A study was recently conducted on the use of accents in children’s cartoons with a focus on how the villains in the story speak. The initial study was conducted by an associate professor in child study and human development from Tufts University and a senior lecturer at the university. The results show that the majority of the villains were given foreign accents even when the rest of the characters spoke American English. The Accent Coach, Claudette Roche, a business speech coach, feels this situation leads to many unintended consequences for children.


Two NDP riding associations want to put ‘socialism’ back in the party constitution

The push to return to the anti-capitalist roots of the party comes as the NDP kicks off its national convention Friday at a downtown convention centre overlooking the slushy Rideau Canal.

Among a host of policy resolutions slated for consideration by hundreds of party delegates is a proposal from the NDP’s Etobicoke North and Beaches—East York riding associations to bring socialism back to the core of the party’s political purpose.


Informant Warned FBI About Parkland Shooter’s Desire To Shoot Up School, FBI IGNORED IT

The Left insists that the government must have complete and total control over guns in order to protect Americans from school shootings. But on Friday, we found out that the FBI knew full well about the shooter in the Parkland, Florida school massacre . . . and did nothing. TWICE.

First, they were informed in September that a YouTube user with the shooter’s real name stated, “Im going to be a professional school shooter.” The FBI didn’t bother following up until after the Parkland massacre; they didn’t share the information with local authorities.

Presidential coups are more important than deranged teenagers.


Premier confirms ‘troubling’ sexual assault allegations against an unnamed Liberal cabinet minister

Premier Kathleen Wynne said Friday she has been told of “troubling allegations” against a former Liberal MPP who was once a cabinet minister three decades ago.

The confirmation follows a tweet from lawyer and former Liberal MP John Nunziata a day earlier, saying “I was retained today by a woman who was sexually assaulted and abused by a Liberal cabinet minister. The premier was informed three weeks ago.”

 

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Chelsea Handler Developing Marijuana Brand, Says The Drug Keeps Her ‘Sane’ During Trump Presidency

Comedienne Chelsea Handler will no longer just be making the world a darker place with her horrible brand of feminist comedy, but also with her own horrible brand of marijuana.

Yes, Chelsea Handler likes to smoke a few blunts on occasion, a practice she claims to have been the “only f—king thing that’s kept me sane” since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. According to US Magazine, she plans to get others in on her coping mechanism.


ICE Makes 100+ Arrests In SoCal, Says Los Angeles ‘Uncooperative’

The City of Los Angeles has done little to help carry out their mission, being that it fancies itself an illegal “sanctuary city,” which goes as far as to bar police from checking a criminal’s immigration status upon arrest. ICE officials said such “uncooperative jurisdictions” have made their jobs harder, forcing them to “focus additional resources to conduct at-large arrests in the community, putting officers, the general public and the aliens at risk and increasing the incidents of collateral arrests.”


Research finds evolutionary ‘secret sauce’ against climate change

Research suggests hares and jackrabbits hopping along in the Rocky Mountains demonstrate the “secret sauce” for how animals can adapt to a new climate.

Scott Mills, lead author of a paper published Thursday in Science, says lessons from mixed populations of brown and white bunnies can be applied widely to help species adjust as the environment changes around them.

“We call it polymorphism, but I also call it the secret sauce for rapid evolution,” said Mills, a biologist at the University of Montana. “The more variation that’s available for natural selection to act on, the faster it can act.”


Belgium: Muslim couple beat up their four children because they are “too Western”

Police in the Belgian city of Waregem arrested a Tunisian couple for battering their four children.

The reason for this ill-treatment is that the children are “too Western” according to their parents. During a dispute the 16-year-old daughter was hit with a belt in the face and was seriously injured.


LGBTQ activists launch petition for new ministerial position, call for representation

A group of longtime activists are calling on the government to appoint a cabinet minister to represent the LGBTQ community.

Veronica Greer, who ran as one of four transgender candidates in the 2017 British Columbia provincial election, spearheaded the petition.

“What we are looking for is representation in government,” she told Stephen Quinn, host of CBC’s The Early Edition.

B.C.’s current NDP government has already established a new ministry since it came to power last year, with Premier John Horgan announcing a new Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions in July 2017.


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Opponent of Ontario’s sex ed curriculum enters PC leadership race

A parent activist who opposes Ontario’s updated sex-ed curriculum is the fourth official candidate in the race to replace departed Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown before the June 7 provincial election.

Tanya Granic Allen of Parents As First Educators enters the March 10 contest with the first of two televised leadership debates slated for Thursday and the deadline for selling party memberships kicking in Friday.

“We have to make sure the social conservative voice is being respected,” Allen, who is now registered with Elections Ontario as an entrant, said in a recent post on the lobby group’s website.


Teacher Charged With Child Abuse, Allegedly Forced Boy To Stand For Pledge Of Allegiance

A Boulder Valley School District teacher now faces child abuse and assault charges for allegedly forcing a child to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

Karen Smith, a physical education teacher at Angevine Middle School in Lafayette, was placed on leave earlier this month.

Police say on Feb. 1, Smith grabbed a boy by his jacket, lifting him to his feet, and took him out of class.

A parent waiting to pick her child up at Angevine recently told CBS4 that her daughter knows Smith as a “strict” teacher but has never had an issue.


Employees At Little Caesars Restaurant Refuse Service To Cop Who Served In Operation Desert Storm

On Tuesday night, an Alabama police officer who was a 20-year veteran of the force, a U.S. Navy veteran who served in Operation Desert Storm, and a certified sniper for his department’s SWAT team, was refused service by two employees of a local Little Caesars pizza restaurant, precipitating a community uproar and the firing of the employees Wednesday morning.

Dora Police Sgt. Ronnie Phillips posted his experience on social media, writing that he was driving his patrol vehicle when he went to pick up their dinner.


Canada must tackle racism in federal prisons, Senate committee hears

The chairwoman of the Senate’s human rights committee says Canada needs to deal with systemic, anti-black racism in its prisons and help inmates better integrate with society after they’re released.

Nova Scotia Sen. Wanda Thomas Bernard says the committee’s hearings have shown a need for systemic and structural changes to prevent former prisoners from getting back into trouble with the law.

As part of a special meeting to look at the experiences of black female inmates, the committee heard that pardons for past crimes would help some inmates find work.

Black Canadians make up 8.6 per cent of the population of federal prisons, even though they account for just three per cent of the overall Canadian population.

Well…. at least she’s looking out for her constituents.


Elizabeth Warren says Trump disrespecting Native Americans by calling her ‘Pocahontas’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren says U.S. President Donald Trump disrespects Native Americans by referring to her as “Pocahontas,” and she says that while she’s not enrolled in any tribe, “I never used my family tree to get a break or … advance my career.”

The Massachusetts Democrat tells the National Congress of American Indians that her mother’s family was part Native American and her father’s parents “were bitterly opposed to their relationship.”


What Does Justin Trudeau And A Turtle On A Post Have In Common?

h/t 90 Miles From Tyranny

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Why is Justin Trudeau so obsessed with Islam?

Once again, we see the issue of “Islamophobia” pushing a world leader, and his government, to go crazy, endangering his citizenship with policies and political appointments. We are referring to Justin Trudeau and Canada.

The following is part of a transcript for the video above:

For the past two years, Trudeau has done a number of questionable things to show that he is very sympathetic to Muslims, even to Muslim extremists, who he has now given millions of dollars to.

For the record, Canada does not have a history of persecuting Muslims, so there is no ground to make up here.


For The Modeling Industry, The Future Is Transgender

These days, having a famous last name has superseded having a skill, and the ones who get the most work are more likely to have already been on a reality show. What they stand for? Sometimes, just a paycheck. But there’s another community of rising models like none before them: They’re brave, they’re diverse, and they know how to sell clothes. That they’re transgender is not the point — but it definitely matters.


No More BFFs? Some Schools Consider Banning ‘Best Friends’

Rumored to have first started in Prince George’s South London school this push to breakup best friends is catching on, says clinical psychologist Dr. Barbara Greenberg.

“There has been a movement in some American schools and European schools to ban the phrase ‘best friend,’” Greenberg said. “The idea of banning the phrase ‘best friends’ is a very intriguing social experiment.”


Arizona: Muslim gets just 1 year in prison for planning ISIS-inspired jihad attack in Phoenix

Derrick Thompson, aka Abu Talib al-Amriki, pleaded guilty to two felony charges: Assisting a criminal syndicate and solicitation to commit misconduct involving weapons.

Thompson was first arrested in 2016 after he allegedly took steps to commit an ISIS-inspired, lone-wolf attack in the state. Court documents at the time showed Thompson tried to buy a semi-automatic weapon online the year prior “with the intent to use that weapon to promote or further the objectives of a criminal syndicate.”


Arabs are charged with attempted murder on Skärholm Health Care Center

“There has been some kind of turmoil,” said Sven-Erik Olsson at the police to SVT on Tuesday.

But turmoil is perhaps in the mildest terms.

Now, four of the five people who attacked the healthcare center have been suspected of higher charges such as assassination.

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Dear America: Your News Media Absolutely Hates You

It’d be nice to say that American media doesn’t hate this country. It’d be nice to claim that the American press, while maintaining objectivity and balancing against bias, is still inherently American – that they are patriots who love this country even as they report on its defects. Recall the quote from Daniel Patrick Moynihan while Ambassador to the United Nations: “Am I embarrassed to speak for a less than perfect democracy? Not one bit. Find me a better one. Do I suppose there are societies which are free of sin? No, I don’t. Do I think ours is, on balance, incomparably the most hopeful set of human relations the world has? Yes, I do. Have we done obscene things? Yes, we have. How did our people learn about them? They learned about them in the newspapers.” And that is important.


Government of Ontario : Premier Kicks Off Tour of Ontario College and University Campuses

Premier Kathleen Wynne was at Laurentian University in Sudbury today to kick off a four-day tour of Ontario postsecondary institutions. Students will have the chance to engage with the Premier and share their ideas about how we can create a fairer, better and greener province with more opportunity for everyone.

The Premier will also talk with students, faculty and staff about a range of issues at postsecondary campuses in Sudbury, Kingston, Cambridge, Windsor and throughout Toronto and the surrounding area. This will include engaging with students on how Ontario can lead the way in the fight against climate change and highlighting the province’s actions — such as helping campuses retrofit their facilities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the Greenhouse Gas Campus Retrofit Program.


Boston Police Dept Apologizes For Tweet Honoring Celtics Coach Red Auerbach During Black History Month

Well, it finally happened — the worst thing ever to occur anywhere at any time.

“In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth we pay tribute to @celtics legend #RedAuerbach for being the 1st @NBA coach to draft a black player in 1950, field an all African-American starting five in 1964 and hire the league’s 1st African-American head coach (Bill Russell) in 1966.”

That was the tweet posted on Twitter by the Boston Police Department. And we want to point out again that it is the. worst. thing. ever.


California: 43-year-old youth counselor converted to Islam, joined ISIS

As a 43-year-old youth counselor from Sacramento, California, Brian Dempsey certainly did not fit the traditional profile of someone likely to travel to Syria in hopes of joining ISIS — but his journey is helping shed new light on why some Americans decide to fight alongside extremists in combat zones on the other side of the world.

Dempsey is one of 64 Americans whose experiences in Iraq and Syria were profiled as part of a new report released Monday by the Program on Extremism at George Washington University.


Outrage over Colten Boushie case underscores launch of Winnipeg healing forest

Both anger and hope highlighted the launch event for a healing forest in Winnipeg, as emotions continue to run high after the not-guilty verdict in Gerald Stanley’s trial for killing Colten Boushie.

Organizers behind the forest, a living memorial to Indigenous children lost to or affected by the residential school system, say it will be a place of peace and contemplation where people of all generations can remember the past and envision the future.

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Media Fawns Over North Korean Cheerleaders — But Why?

The North Korean government has sent 22 athletes to the Olympic Games, which should not have been allowed in the first place. In addition to these 22 athletes, North Korea has sent a cheer squad of over 200 called the “Army of Beauties” chosen for their looks and loyalty to the government.

What is most surprising is the public’s reaction to this group.

These women are all over social media, performing choreographed routines at various sporting events with North Korean competitors. In one routine, they even held up masks with the face of Kim Jong Il, their former dictator.


China Techno-Police State will identify any face within 3 seconds by 2020 using billions of cameras

Since the start of the 2018 Spring Security Campaign, Zhengzhou Railway Police has taken the lead in using the portraits of police glasses on national railways. The police sunglasses can effectively screen out illegal travelers who are fleeing and fraudulent use of identity documents on the Internet. It is understood that the Zhengzhou Railway Police were stationed in Zhengzhou, the four stations were used in this police glasses.


New strain “Trudope” created in honour of Justin Trudeau legalizing weed in Canada

Everybody knows how dope Justin Trudeau is. So it only makes sense that there is a strain named after him to match his appeal. At a meeting held in Winnipeg this month, Trudeau found out about a new strain of weed created in his honor, Justin Trudope. There was laughter and excitement from the crowd after this was announced by an audience member at the meeting.


A Nazi Olympic Symbol?

Radical leftists have recently criticized the Norwegian Olympic ski team for wearing a sweater with the ancient Norse rune symbol Tyr (↑) on their sweaters because some neo-Nazi groups in recent times have appropriated the symbol for their movement. The producer of the sweater, Dale of Norway, has dismissed the accusation. Chief executive Hilde Midtfjell told the Times that they will ignore the complaints.“Neo-Nazis have marched with Norwegian flags,” she said. “That does not mean we stop using that, does it?”

The informed reader will recognize this power tactic by the left. Accusing someone of racism and Nazism only works against those who are neither. The radical left knows this and uses it to gain power over innocent decent people.


Trudeau wants Facebook to censor his “political enemies”

After Trudeau’s humiliating “Peoplekind” gaffe his Principal Secretary Gerald Butts lashed out at the media on Twitter where he labeled the media “Nazis”.

It was the first time Trudeau faced ridicule in the mainstream media (except the CBC) so he wants to make sure it doesn’t happen again.

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Violent crime in Sweden is soaring. When will politicians act?

January was a particularly violent month in Sweden. A 63-year-old man was killed in Stockholm by a hand grenade lying in the street. A Dutch exchange student was hit by a stray bullet during an execution-style killing at a pizza restaurant in Uppsala. In Gothenburg, a hand grenade was thrown into a flat and exploded in the kitchen — the same predominantly immigrant-populated suburb where an eight-year-old British boy was killed in a grenade attack less than two years ago. In Malmö, a grenade was tossed at a police station and exploded outside. So it has not, so far, been a very happy new year.


Trudeau says his trade message is being heard in the U.S.

The pro-trade message Canada is touting in the United States will resonate with everyday Americans and their political class, even if the words get obscured by the breaking news of the day, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says.

Standing at the Griffith Observatory in the Los Angeles hills — a site made famous as a setting in multiple movies — Trudeau said his pitch to save the North American Free Trade Agreement from falling apart was well received.


INFIGHTING: Linda Sarsour Attacks Chuck Schumer For Being A White Man

Intersectionality infighting came to a boil on Wednesday at an anti-Trump rally in Washington, D.C., when pro-Muslim and stridently anti-Israel activist ​Linda Sarsour attacked Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who is Jewish, for being a white male.

“I’m talking to Chuck Schumer. I’m tired of white men negotiating on the backs of people of color and communities like ours,” Sarsour said, referring to the Democrat negotiating the terms for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy.

“We are not bargaining chips,” she added. “This is not a poker game.”


Federal justice minister says Canada ‘can and must do better’ after Gerald Stanley acquittal

The federal justice minister has said the country “can and must do better” after a white farmer was acquitted in the shooting death of a young Indigenous man – a verdict that sparked a firestorm of criticism from First Nations groups across Canada.

A jury in Battleford, Sask., deliberated 13 hours before finding Gerald Stanley not guilty of second degree murder Friday in the 2016 death of Colten Boushie, a resident of the Red Pheasant First Nation.

Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould tweeted her sympathy for Boushie’s family, adding that she is “committed to working everyday to ensure justice for all Canadians.”


UK: Muslim-led panel, advised by imams, recommends NOT outlawing sharia courts

“It should also be noted at the outset that those proposing a ban on sharia councils provide no counter proposal or any solution for anyone seeking a religious divorce. It is clear from all the evidence that sharia councils are fulfilling a need in some Muslim communities. There is a demand for religious divorce and this is currently being answered by the sharia councils.

This demand will not end if the sharia councils are banned and closed down and could lead to councils going ‘underground’, making it even harder to ensure good practice and the prospect of discriminatory practices and greater financial costs more likely and harder to detect. It could also result in women needing to travel overseas to obtain divorces, putting themselves at further risk.”





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Military to spend $170,000 so leaders can see what it’s like to be stoned on marijuana

“The purpose of the Marijuana Simulation Kits is to raise awareness of marijuana impairment, reduce risk of marijuana impairment, and promote healthy lifestyles within the Canadian Armed Forces,” companies who want to bid on the contract were told. “The marijuana impairment goggles, which is one of the several items included in the Marijuana Simulation Kit, allows users to experience first-hand, the deficits marijuana creates on the body.”


The Sun Will Be Dimmer And Cooler By 2050

Scientists have found evidence suggesting that the sun will be dimmer and cooler by 2050.

Researchers identified that the sun goes through a “grand minimum.” This is a point during an 11-year cycle where the sun’s surface is calm.

During the high point of this cycle, the sun ejects more ultraviolet rays leading to more flares and sunspots. The “grand minimum” is the low point in the solar cycle since the nuclear fusion subsides.


US Army Now Holding Drills With Ground Robots That Shoot

In a historic first, the Army conducted a live fire exercise with a remote-controlled ground combat vehicle armed with a .50-caliber machine gun. It plans to conduct more exercises with more heavily armed ground robots within the next couple of years.

The demonstration was part of the annual Northern Strike exercise, which took place last July and August at Michigan’s Camp Grayling. Primarily geared toward reserve units, this year’s event debuted an unmanned, heavily armed M113 armored personnel carrier. The driver and the weapons operator followed behind in a slightly larger M577 command post vehicle.


John Podesta’s Cure for Climate Change: A Government in Charge of Your ‘Family Planning’

John Podesta, former chief of staff for President Bill Clinton, chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, and the current chair of the Center for American Progress, recently wrote an article in The Washington Post rallying all good progressives to cure the scourge of climate change by controlling the earth’s out-of-control population explosion.


Experts, Indigenous advocates renew call for more diversity on juries

Some legal experts and Indigenous advocates say the trial of a Saskatchewan farmer accused of murdering a Cree man highlights a long-standing need for more diversity on juries.

A jury is currently deliberating the fate of Gerald Stanley, who testified that he accidentally shot Colten Boushie when the young man and four others drove onto Stanley’s farm near Biggar, Sask. Boushie’s family voiced frustration after no visibly Indigenous jurors were selected.



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Yale Student Warns Men Can’t Be Left Alone Unless They’re Apologizing For ‘Toxic Masculinity’

On Tuesday, a Yale student argued that men cannot be left alone because male-only groups foster “toxic masculinity,” while female-only groups allow women to fight back against the patriarchy. She argued that female-only “spaces” provide important relief from masculinity.

So women should be able to meet in sex-segregated groups. But men should not have the same freedom, Halperin argued.

If this is a valid argument, can it be extended to races or religions?


Toronto high schools to be provided with naloxone kits

Canada’s largest school board will soon be stocking all its high schools with the overdose-reversing drug naloxone.

Toronto District School Board spokesman Ryan Bird says naloxone kits will be provided to more than 100 secondary schools across the city once training is completed at the end of April.

Before the March Break, Bird says the board will begin training two to three staff members at each school on how to properly spot an overdose and administer the antidote.

So this is a good thing? Like medically supervised shooting galleries?


Mother of trans girl, Edmonton Catholic reach agreement in bathroom dispute

The mother of a transgender girl who was prevented from using the girls’ washroom at an Edmonton Catholic school has reached an agreement with the school board after filing a human rights complaint.

As a part of the agreement, neither the school board or the mother can disclose the details of the agreement, but both confirmed Thursday the human rights case has concluded.


Maclean’s magazine asking men to pay more for latest issue highlighting pay gap

Maclean’s magazine is highlighting the gender pay gap by asking men to fork over 26 per cent more for its latest issue.

The news magazine says it hopes the move “will stir urgent conversation.”

This month’s issue has two covers with two different prices — one at $8.81, the other at the regular price of $6.99.

They say it reflects the 26 per cent gap between full-time wages paid to men and women in Canada.

If men have to pay more for the same item, shouldn’t they earn more?


The American Left are causing massive problems

We are dealing with two utterly balkanized groups of people in American politics. These groups have become so polarized that they literally have lost the ability to communicate with one another. This inability is capitalized upon by the liberal Left far more effectively than the conservative Right in the United States, and this has created massive problems.


h/t Sol




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Leftists Hysterical Over Trump’s Military Parade Warn They’ll Lie Down In Front Of Tanks

In a Facebook video, Menconi insisted, “We would go to Washington, D.C., if such a crazy and insane act occurred and we would lay down in front of the tanks, just like the heroes and the courageous students did in China in 1989.”

Two problems; students did not lie down in front of tanks in Tiananmen Square in 1989; one protester stood in front of a tank during the protest, then climbed up onto the turret of the lead tank to speak to the soldiers inside. After he returned to his position in front of the tanks, he was pulled aside by a group of people.

Additionally, the protesters in China were fighting against the repressive Communist government that cracked down on free speech and freedom of the press.


Macy’s Launching Islamic Clothing Line

Retail giant Macy’s has leaped into the race to make Islam fashionable, announcing Wednesday that it will partner with the clothing brand Verona Collection, a “selection of modest, ready-to-wear pieces geared toward Muslim women,” according to USA Today.

Starting February 15, Macys.com will be offering dresses, tops, cardigans, pants and, last but not least, hijabs. Prices range from $12.95 to $84.95.

“Verona Collection is more than a clothing brand. It’s a platform for a community of women to express their personal identity and embrace fashion that makes them feel confident on the inside and outside,” Lisa Vogl, founder of Verona Collection, said in a news release.


Foreign buyers’ influence on Toronto and Vancouver housing markets is rising

In Toronto and Vancouver, non-permanent residents represented nearly 10 per cent of buyers under the age of 25 who were issued mortgages in 2016, suggesting some “may be receiving parental support,” according to a report from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Agency.

Ontario followed in Vancouver’s footsteps last year when it introduced a foreign buyers tax as part of a package of measures designed to cool an overheated housing market. Prices in both cities – which had posted record increases that sparked fears of a housing bubble – soon cooled.


A woman is creating an island resort exclusively for women; no men allowed

There are women-only gyms, women-only taxi services and women-only social clubs, so it’s safe to say there’s an interest in man-free spaces. But what would you say to a women-only island resort?

Kristina Roth, a consultant whose company was listed on Forbes’ list of fastest-growing women-run businesses in 2016, is opening SuperShe Island in June, an exclusive resort off the coast of Finland that will serve as a luxury retreat only for women.

If a man did this, there would be hell to pay.


Canada’s acceptance rate of asylum seekers is the highest in 27 years — here’s why

Canada is accepting a higher proportion of asylum seekers than it has at any time in nearly three decades, a CBC News investigation has found.

CBC obtained almost 90,000 asylum claim decisions made by the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada between January 2013 and September 2017.

The decisions indicate where each asylum seeker comes from, why they said they had to flee their homeland and whether their bid to stay in Canada was successful.




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WOKE TO JOKE: Trudeau Becomes Object Of Global Ridicule After Peoplekind Virtue-Signalling Backfires

Trudeau wants people to take him seriously. But after his insanely stupid virtue-signalling, that’s asking for a lot more than we’re able to give right now.

Justin Trudeau is a big time globalist.

And yet, we can be sure that he’s not happy about the global attention he’s getting right now.

After he took virtue-signalling to new depths by interrupting a young woman who said “mankind” and telling her to say “peoplekind,” Trudeau has been subject to massive global ridicule.


SHOCK: South Africa detained me at the airport because of my journalism

In the end, the border police let me go — but it was a reminder that South Africa is losing its civil liberties, especially the ability to criticize the governing ANC party or its extremist cousin, the EFF.

South Africa won’t lift a finger to stop violence — but they’ll try to arrest a journalist who exposes it.


Slovakia will build wall and “never accept a single Muslim” says Prime Minister

SLOVAKIAN Prime Minister, Robert Fico (pictured), told thousands of cheering Slovakians that he will build a border fence between Austria and Hungary to stop African and Middle Eastern illegal immigrants going to Germany.

“We’ll never bring even a single Muslim to Slovakia; we won’t create any Muslim communities here because they pose a serious security risk,” he said.


Sweden to become a Third World Country by 2030, according to UN

According to UN projections, Sweden will be a much poorer country by 2030, much worse than what anyone in the Swedish government indicates.

The UN report HDI (Human Development Index) predicts a significant decrease in Swedish prosperity, unlike their Nordic neighbors, who will retain their top positions and even strengthen them globally in the long run.


POLL: Conservatives Lead Trudeau Liberals 43% To 38%

A new poll by Forum Research shows the Conservatives with a 5 point lead over the Trudeau Liberals, a four point increase since the Forum poll in December.

The Conservatives are at 43%, the Liberals are at 38%, and the NDP are way back at just 12%.

The Greens and the Bloc are both at 3%.

Forum’s poll predicts a Conservative majority, saying they would get 181 seats. The Liberals would get 142. The NDP would almost fully collapse to just 14 seats, while the Bloc would get shut out.





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Secret House memo released: the fallout, the lies, and the bigger picture

The hullabaloo about the memo unfairly “damaging the reputation” of the FBI and the Dept. of Justice is a joke.

The same types of Democrat ideologues who are spouting that line, now, were screaming at the FBI, decades ago, when COINTELPRO, the Bureau’s op to place spies inside dissident Left groups across the US, was exposed. But suddenly, now, the FBI is pure as the driven snow, and its reputation must not be besmirched; otherwise, Democracy itself could collapse.


Canada: Former Muslim Student Association Leaders Wanted for Terrorist Activities

Both of these fine Muslims were leaders in the Muslim Brotherhood-founded Muslim Student Association.

The RCMP, working in conjunction with Interpol, are looking for these two men, both of whom are wanted on warrants for participation in terrorist activities.The two men wanted by RCMP were both students at the University of Manitoba. They are wanted on Canada wide warrants for terrorist activities.


Not just boy and girl; more teens identify as transgender

Far more U.S. teens than previously thought are transgender or identify themselves using other nontraditional gender terms, with many rejecting the idea that girl and boy are the only options, new research suggests.

The study looked at students in ninth and 11th grade and estimated that nearly 3 percent are transgender or gender nonconforming, meaning they don’t always self-identify as the sex they were assigned at birth. That includes kids who refer to themselves using neutral pronouns like “them” instead of “he” or “she.”

h/t Todd


No Children Because of Climate Change? Some People Are Considering It

Add this to the list of decisions affected by climate change: Should I have children?

It is not an easy time for people to feel hopeful, with the effects of global warming no longer theoretical, projections becoming more dire and governmental action lagging. And while few, if any, studies have examined how large a role climate change plays in people’s childbearing decisions, it loomed large in interviews with more than a dozen people ages 18 to 43.

More than a dozen! Wow!


Swedish police in Malmö now armed with machine guns to take back control

As an antidote to the rampant criminality and attacks against law enforcement, at least two police stations in the city has chosen to ramp up security with officers armed with Heckler & Koch MP5 machine guns.

“The police in Malmö are currently doing quite a lot of operations against professional criminals,” said Calle Persson, press officer for the police in southern Sweden. “We know from prior work of this kind that some criminals tend to carry out vengeance attacks. It’s also a statement in some way: we want to show who’s in charge.”

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Illinois: Citizens protest school homework claiming Christians, Muslims and Jews all believe in same God

Dozens of people spoke out Monday against a homework assignment made at an Elgin-area U46 school in which it was asserted Christian, Muslim and Jewish faiths all believe in the same God.

One month after the assignment was criticized by U46 school board member Jeanette Ward, people who identified themselves as part of the Christian community attended the school board meeting Monday to add their opposition.


Canada Grapples With Its Own Deluge Of #MeToo Allegations

What started in October as a rallying cry to purge Hollywood of sexual predators has evolved into a global reckoning ― ousting alleged abusers from the U.S. Senate, Westminster in Great Britain and beyond. The #MeToo movement, sparked by women demanding accountability for sexual misconduct, is now exposing an ugly side of Canadian politics.

On Friday, HuffPost Canada reported that a senior member of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party team stepped down after multiple women accused him of behaving inappropriately in the workplace. The departure of Claude-Éric Gagné, who allegedly harassed female staffers while serving as Trudeau’s deputy director of operations, is the latest in a shocking wave of misconduct-related resignations shaking up the capital.


Kimmel: Late Night Hosts Are All Liberal Because ‘It Requires A Level Of Intelligence’

Following President Trump’s State of the Union address last week, CBS late night host Stephen Colbert had on the former Obama staffers of “Pod Save America” to bash Trump. Those same gentlemen welcomed ABC late night host Jimmy Kimmel to the stage for an event on Saturday night, where Kimmel proceeded to explain that all late night hosts are on the Left thanks to their vast intellect.

Yes, really.


German Journalist: More and more citizens wake up and realize that something is totally wrong here

Germany accepted more than a million migrants. Why did the Germans let it happen? It didn’t look like a very democratic decision?

No, it was not a democratic decision and Angela Merkel was criticised in hindsight by parts of the media. The biggest problem was that it was a creeping development, the extent of which the majority of Germans only became aware when it was too late.

The decision of Angela Merkel from September the 4th 2015, was sold as a humanitarian state of emergency. You have to imagine: The mood in the summer of 2015 was a kind of welcome culture, which was exaggerated to the extreme by the media in Germany.


New research suggests Rob Ford’s populist appeal could be duplicated across Canada

Ask whether populist politics could ever gain national traction in Canada and the answer is immediate: well, Rob Ford already did it in Toronto.

The now-deceased former mayor’s man-of-the-people appeal and his promises to “stop the gravy train” saw voters crown him king of Canada’s largest city in an electoral upset that many would later liken to Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the U.S.

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Super Bowl city was home to dozens of ISIS, other terror suspects

The Minneapolis-St. Paul area has been home to the third highest number of terror prosecutions in the U.S. since 9/11, behind only the much larger metropolitan regions of New York and Washington, D.C. Twelve Twin Cities residents have been charged with providing support to ISIS and 20 have been arrested for alleged support of the Somali terror group al Shabab in the past nine years. Between 2011 and 2014, 13 locals died fighting for al Shabab and ISIS, according to U.S intelligence officials.


Voter trust issues abound with Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has taken the bait and is once again talking electoral reform. He campaigned on it, then he abandoned it and now he’s talking about how it can be revived.

During an interview with the CBC, Trudeau offered a rather complicated rationale for his flip-flopping and national broadcaster concluded “he has no plans to resurrect the Liberal campaign promise of electoral reform unless the other political parties agree to a system other than proportional representation.”

OK then. Good luck with that.


Radical MSNBC Guest Says ‘People Need To Start Taking To The Streets’ For A ‘Revolution’

“We basically now have a press release that’s been put out, that’s been twisted and mangled that now will give this president permission to fire Rosenstein who will now take over this investigation,” Deutsch said. “Our democracy is under siege. People need to start taking to the streets. This is a dictator. This is not something to analyze anymore.”

“This is frightening stuff. If you are an American, if you’re somebody who is 80 years old and sitting at home and you’ve watched the greatness of this country, you should be terrified, and if you’re a 12-year-old and the future is in front of you, this is terrifying,” Deutsch continued. “This is not time to analyze and pundit. People, we need a revolution at this point.”


‘Living time bombs’: German intelligence chief warns of ISIS fighters children returning to Germany

Germany’s domestic intelligence chief wants the government to review laws restricting the surveillance of minors to guard against the children of Islamist fighters returning to the country as “sleeper agents” who could carry out attacks.

Hans-Georg Maassen, head of the BfV agency, told Reuters that security officials were preparing for the return of Islamic State fighters to Germany along with potentially “brainwashed” children, although no big wave appeared imminent.


Trudeau’s stupidity can excuse a lot of things he does and says but he should not be let off the hook for this one

This was bad. Even for him.

On Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held one of his town hall meetings. The PM is currently crisscrossing the country in an attempt to bolster his sinking popularity. While many things coming out of the mouth of the most unqualified prime minister in history are bad, this comment was particularly disgusting.

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Muslim rapist sues state for not providing halal meals in jail

As you read the story below, remember these types of legal actions are being filed all over the country as the Council on American Islamic Relations and other Muslim Brotherhood-backed groups aggressively wage civilizational jihad against the U.S., just as they have done in Europe. Lawfare is one of the main tools the Brotherhood uses against us, effectively weaponizing our own Constitution against us. I don’t think our Founding fathers ever imagined the First Amendment would be used this way, and I doubt my Catholic great-grandparents would have, in their wildest imaginations, thought of filing these types of suits against schools, jails, employers, etc. after they emigrated to America in the early 1900s.


Hungary attacks the UN’s pro-migration agenda: “Migration is dangerous and it can be stopped”

Hungary’s foreign minister Péter Szijjártó said his country could walk away from UN negotiations on migration.

Szijjártó took this position, because in his opinion, Hungary’s vision on migration is the opposite of the UN’s vision. After meeting his Czech counterpart, Martin Stropnicky, Szijjarto said:

“The principle laid down in the [UN] draft document [that migration has positive effects and cannot be stopped]is false and fabricated.. Migration is dangerous and it can be stopped.”


Justin Trudeau’s ‘values test’ is offensive

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau never misses an opportunity to boast about how his government will do everything it can to protect Canadians’ Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Convicted terrorist Omar Khadr is Trudeau’s most high-profile example for his Charter of Rights arguments. When he was a teenager, Khadr killed a U.S. soldier while fighting with the Taliban. The Supreme Court ruled Khadr’s rights were violated during his captivity. The Liberal Government compensated him with a $10.5 million payout.


Species at risk because federal law is failing, study says

An academic analysis says the federal government’s Species At Risk Act is failing to help the plants and animals it’s supposed to protect.

The study from a think tank at the University of Ottawa is the latest to point out problems with the legislation created 16 years ago to safeguard Canada’s biodiversity.

The Smart Prosperity Institute points to another study that found 85 per cent of the species listed under the act have either seen no improvement or have actually deteriorated.


Canada’s UN peacekeeping contributions shrink again, despite Trudeau Liberals’ promises

The number of Canadian peacekeepers deployed on United Nations missions has reached a new low, despite repeated promises by the Trudeau government to increase Canada’s contributions.

The latest UN figures show that Canada had just 43 peacekeepers deployed on missions at the end of December, down from 62 in November.

The new figure comes despite the Liberal government having promised in August 2016 to make up to 600 Canadian soldiers and 150 police officers available for future peacekeeping missions.

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