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UK Schools Giving Pupils Pronoun Stickers To Help Transgender Children

The stickers, which are being given out to pupils in secondary schools and colleges in Brighton, are part of a campaign by the City Council’s to prevent “misgendering”.

The Independent reports: The council’s badges indicate whether people would like to be addressed as “he”, “she” or “they” – and some are left blank to allow people to fill in their own pronouns.

Moroccan migrant murdered random Italian because “he looked happy and he couldn’t stand his happiness”

Prosecutors said that a suspect has confessed to murdering 33-year-old Italian Stefano Leo, who was found stabbed to death on the banks of the River Po in Turin on 23 February, for the sole reason that he wanted to kill someone.

The suspect, Said Machaouat, a 27-year-old Moroccan, turned himself in at the weekend.

It is Election Year in Canada and Trudeau Wants More Power to Reject Asylum Seekers

What that means is that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is between a rock and a hard place as he has an immigration problem at his southern border!

Remember when the virtue-signally Trudeau tweeted his pointed message to Donald Trump in January 2017!

As tens of thousands of wannabe refugees go across the US border between points of entry and into Canada, anti-immigrant political hardliners are making the issue a critical one in the upcoming October national election.

Boston Illegal: New DA will order cops to stop arresting criminals for breaking and entering, destruction of property or shoplifting

Leftist policies are reaching new levels of insanity in Massachusetts, as Suffolk County DA Rachael Rollins pushes her highly contested “no-prosecute” list into action.

The “list” gives a green light to a number of arrest-worthy offenses — including trespassing, shoplifting, disorderly conduct, and “wanton or malicious destruction of property.” In other words, local law enforcement is being directed by the district attorney to stand idly by while miscreants steal and destroy property.

Rutgers Professor: Even The Concept of Time Is Racist

One of the privileges of being a tenured professor in the field of “studies” is that you can make up crap out of thin air and majors in the field, fellow faculty, and progressive media all go “Ooooooh!” in amazement.

Rutgers University’s Brittney Cooper is a master at this. The associated professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies who once opined that Jesus was “potentially queer” or was “married to a prostitute,” called black city officials she did not like “white supremacists in Blackface,” and had nothing but words of “the four-letter variety” after the US Supreme Court allowed for religious exemptions to the ObamaCare contraceptive mandate, now says that the very concept of time itself is … racially biased.


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How The Terrorists Won In New Zealand

After the now infamous “Mosque Attack” in New Zealand, the sad and pathetic excuse of a Prime Minister has given what the terrorists wanted while exploiting the tragedy to snuff out civil liberties and ancient civil rights in order to appeal this modern-day “age of feelz.”

Not only has, within days, the possession of semi-automatic rifles (with scant few exceptions) suddenly banned, which the vast majority of gun owners ignored and criminals openly scoffed at, was declared to be “just the beginning“.

Uber-left Rockstar Roger Waters gets trolled by Israeli officials for April Fool’s. He’s not taking it well.

Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters was incensed by an April Fool’s Day prank by Israel’s Strategic Affairs Ministry.

The British rock star, who actively promotes the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel, was anything but amused when the ministry punked him by announcing a fake summer show in Tel Aviv, The Jerusalem Post reported.

Trudeau government continues to push for social media censorship of ‘fake news’

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said the Trudeau government is looking “very, very carefully” at forcing social media companies to censor “toxic communications” on their platforms.

But what exactly the Liberals’ definition of “toxic communications” or “fake news” is is still up in the air.

Arizona Students Facing Charges After Harassing Border Patrol Agents

Last month, The Daily Wire reported that two Border Patrol agents were harassed when they came to speak about their careers to criminal justice majors at the university.

Several videos showed students interrupting the officers’ presentation and following them out of the classroom to their cars while chanting “murder patrol.”

New Climate Change Report Should Be a Wakeup Call

What do Ebola and climate change have in common? A large number of the people at risk don’t even believe they’re real.

And even a new federal government report warning that Canada is warming at twice the global rate is unlikely to change those people’s minds.


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Jihad and the Media in an Age of Delusion

In this age, it is not difficult to step back and observe almost indiscernible but seismic historical shifts in the making — not in the big-bang news events, but in the nitty-gritty details of the social fabric of our daily lives, where life happens. It is usually not so easy to detect such subtleties, let alone observe the silent measures a nation or a civilization takes when it quietly but most decidedly has… given up. One need not be an anthropologist to detect seismic changes in human behavior or societies.

Collusion Delusion: Poll Finds Nearly Two-Thirds Of Dems Don’t Accept Conclusion of Mueller Probe

Deluded Democrats cannot accept the fact they were lied to for over two years straight by media hacks and politicians who repeatedly claimed Donald Trump “colluded” with Russia.

According to a Washington Post/Schar School poll released on March 30, 62 percent of Democrats “do not accept” the conclusion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

CBC’s Biased Coverage of “March of Return” Riots at Gaza-Israel Border

On March 30 at 3:03pm, CBC Radio aired a report from Lauren Izo (sp?) about the “March of Return” protests. Ms. Izo mentioned that two young Palestinians were killed and more than 100 injured according to the “Gaza Health Ministry” and that in the past year, 250 Palestinians have been killed. Importantly, Ms. Izo failed to mention that the Hamas terror group runs the Gaza Health Ministry and that an Israeli soldier was killed in a sniper attack and over a dozen soldiers injured in the past year. Ms. Izo also failed to mention the following attacks IDF soldiers have faced over the past year at these riots, nor was there any mention of the hundreds of recent rockets fired at Israeli cities, several which wounded Israelis, including infants.

Transgender tyranny is the next terrible step in the sexual revolution

Disturbing new data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) highlight the grave dangers that the transgender ideology poses to children. A new survey of 131,901 public school students has found that nearly 2 percent of students in grades 9–12 identify as “transgender.” That translates into a staggering number of teenagers suffering profound confusion about their identity and all the accompanying psychological and physical risks.

Canada still waiting for China to prove canola was contaminated

A spokeswoman for Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau said the Canadian Food Inspection Agency had “inspected the canola seed shipments, using appropriate procedures and analysis, prior to export to China and was confident that the certified shipments met foreign import requirements.”

While plant health experts from Customs China and CFIA have exchanged some initial technical information, it didn’t change Canada’s position that the canola is safe. “Officials from both countries will continue to engage in order to find a science-based solution to this issue as quickly as possible,” the spokeswoman said.


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New Muslim Lawmaker Blames Trump, White Nationalism for Christian Prayer

Freshman Muslim lawmaker in the Pennsylvania state house Movita Johnson Harrell was deeply offended by a Freshman Christian lawmaker saying a typical Christian prayer which mentioned Jesus’s name about twelve times.

Movita claims the prayer was meant to intentionally harm her even though the congresswoman Stephanie Borowicz said it was not meant to offend. For her, it’s a typical prayer.

Mexico Preparing for 20,000 Strong “Mother of all Caravans”

Mexico’s Interior Secretary, Olga Sanchez Cordero, has warned of the possibility that a caravan with up to 20,000 migrants could soon arrive in her country with the intentions of traveling to the United States.

On Wednesday the Mexican government official claimed she had received information about such a group forming in the Central American nation of Honduras.

Carbon pricing is back

Carbon pricing is back in Ontario as of Monday even as Ontario’s Doug Ford government and the federal Liberals remain locked in a confusing back-and-forth jurisdictional dispute.

The two sides won’t even agree on what to call it — the province says it’s a “carbon tax” and the feds dub it “pollution pricing.”

Omar stars on Vogue cover, says head cover means power and liberation. Folks had some questions …

According to anti-Semitic Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar, the hijab she proudly dons daily as she struts through Congress symbolizes “power, liberation, beauty and resistance.”

She revealed this last week in an interview with Vogue magazine.

“Wearing her hijab allows her to be a ‘walking billboard’ not only for her faith but also for representing something different from the norm,” the left-wing purveyor wrote.

Mexican Migrants Arrested near Canadian Border

Agents patrolling near Waterville, Maine, apprehended two men who were “illegally present in the U.S. The agents arrested the two Mexican nationals and transported them to the station for processing and a biometric background investigation, according to information obtained from Houlton Sector Border Patrol officials.

The routine background investigation revealed that immigration officers previously removed one of the two Mexican men on three separate occasions. His first removal by immigration officers occurred in 2003, officials reported.

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Border Crisis Forces Massive Catch and Release Policy

The ongoing border crisis forced Border Patrol officials to implement a massive catch and release program where most migrants illegally crossing the border are released shortly after being processed. The policy comes as Border Patrol officials estimate that more than 100,000 migrants will be apprehended in March.

TINFOIL HAT: Ocasio-Cortez Convinced ‘Far-Right’ Conspiracy Is Ruining Her

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) suggested on Thursday that there was a vast “far-right” conspiracy aimed at destroying her that includes a “dark-money internet operation” and a cable news “propaganda machine.”

According to Ocasio-Cortez’s tinfoil hat theory, the alleged culprits are “dedicated to maligning” her and “stoking national division.”

Should Canada charge drivers to use roads during rush hour?

It’s known as “congestion pricing” and while it’s common around the world, it hasn’t really caught on in North America. Here’s why some experts say it should be viewed as the solution to both Canadian congestion woes and the high cost of improving infrastructure, even as they worry such a change is not likely in the near-term.

“There are some cities, New York being one of them, that are unafraid to be bold and willing to try new things, eager to go first,” says Shoshanna Saxe, a professor of sustainable urban infrastructure in the University of Toronto’s civil and mineral engineering department.

Muslim Dem Claims ‘Islamophobia’ After State Rep.’s Prayer Says “Jesus”

Under the guise of politically correct ‘tolerance,’ Christians are being persecuted and condemned in the United States.

Think this is an overreaction? It’s not.

The uproar and condemnation spewing out of Pennsylvania today is scary.

All because a Christian lawmaker chose to open the state’s assembly with a prayer that featured the name of Jesus and quoted scripture.

Civil liberties groups explore ‘creative’ ways to challenge Quebec’s charter-proof secular bill

The mayor of Montreal calls it “very concerning.” Religious groups say it’s discriminatory. And civil liberties groups have vowed to fight.

But what legal options do these groups have in the face of the Coalition Avenir Québec government’s secularism bill, and what will the government do once it’s passed, if people don’t comply with it?

Bill 21, tabled Thursday, would ban public workers in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols.


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Soros Wanted to Document Hate Crimes in Wake of Trump’s Election

So he funded the earliest version of a “hate crime” database, but according to Richard Tofel, the president of ProPublica, a founding partner and a recipient of the largess of Soros foundation grants, the database is not an effort to collect statistical data, but instead they are simply “soliciting people’s stories.”

Those “stories” are then made available to leading media outlets where reporters can then supposedly sift through the “stories” and weed out the hoaxes from the legitimate cases.

Venezuela returns to ‘Middle Ages’ during power outages

Walking for hours, making oil lamps, bearing water. For Venezuelans today, suffering under a new nationwide blackout that has lasted days, it’s like being thrown back to life centuries ago.

El Avila, a mountain that towers over Caracas, has become a place where families gather with buckets and jugs to fill up with water, wash dishes and scrub clothes. The taps in their homes are dry from lack of electricity to the city’s water pumps.

Canada Has a Money Laundering Problem It’s Pledging to Fix

It’s long been known as “snow washing” — dirty money circulated through Canada’s seemingly upright economy to emerge as pristine as the white cape blanketing the Rockies.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is now acknowledging the problem and pledging to try and fix it.

Imam in Prague calls on muslims, “especially Men”, to arm themselves

Imam Leonid Kushnarenko, an Islamic preacher in the Czech Republic and the chairmen of the Prague Muslim Community, has come under fierce criticism after he told muslims living the small central European country that they should arm themselves following the Christchurch shooting in New Zealand.

Douglas Todd: Canada struggling to ‘absorb’ immigrants, internal report says

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada officials are digesting a significant report that defines absorptive capacity as “a two-way process that encourages adjustment on the part of both the newcomer and the receiving society.”

Indeed, the internal report, obtained under an access to information request, shows that immigration analysts are worried that the “absorptive capacity” of Canada is going down.

“Declining outcomes of recent immigrants have shown that integration is not automatic,” says the report, which surveys emerging problems with immigration flows and the pressure it’s putting on Canadian sectors.


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No Recriminations for the Real Collusion

The total exoneration of President Trump and his campaign has given his voters a few days of smiles and happy headlines, but not deep satisfaction. The claim that Donald Trump, his family, and his staff were traitors and Russian agents remains a sickening reminder of the corruption of our FBI, Department of Justice, and Barack Obama’s administration. The debasement of our once free press into a state propaganda ministry is an ongoing assault on our country. None of these problems are resolved with the end of Robert Mueller’s witch hunt.

Bank of Canada commits to probing climate liabilities

The central bank said it will also create a multi-year research plan to study climate-related financial risks, and had signed on to a network of central bankers looking at greening the financial system. It will also continue to green its own operations through energy and waste reduction.

Survey asks parents: Should O Canada be sung in Iqaluit schools?

TIn an email to CBC News, education authority chairman Doug Workman said the survey was an initiative of the authority, and surveys were sent to parents of students in all of its schools.

Workman said the authority does not need permission from the territorial Department of Education to make changes to policy in this case.

The issue of playing O Canada in Iqaluit schools arose after 12-year-old Miles Brewster was sent to the principal’s office at Aqsarniit Middle School in September 2018 for refusing to stand while the anthem was being played.

The Hijab Does Reflect ‘Adherence to Sharia Law’

The recent outrage surrounding Fox News host Jeanine Pirro’s remarks concerning the hijab is a reflection of the abysmal degree to which common sense is under assault in America.

Canada lags behind the U.S. on putting women in corporate boardrooms

The gender diversity of Canada’s corporate boardrooms continues to lag that of the U.S., and “stronger headway” needs to be made in the country’s resource sectors and small firms, a Toronto-Dominion Bank economist says in a new report.

There has been “noteworthy progress” since the country’s largest securities regulator in 2015 implemented a so-called comply-or-explain rule aimed at increasing board diversity, but the S&P/TSX still shows lower aggregate female diversity at 24 per cent, compared to 25 per cent on the S&P 500, said TD’s Beata Caranci.


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Here’s The Full Story of How Obama, Hillary and Brennan Carried Out The Crime of the Century

The “Operation Crossfire Hurricane” plot against President Donald Trump is now exposed for the world to see, with special counsel Robert Mueller coming up empty in his quest to pin Trump with Russian collusion or obstruction of justice.

We have explosive information about this scheme, including the involvement of former president Barack Obama, Obama intelligence officials John Brennan and James Clapper, failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok, the Fusion GPS set-up agent Natalia Veselnitskaya, and even foreign leaders including Angela Merkel.

Europe to welcome teeming millions

Helpfully, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has made the EU’s policy on migration into the EU from Africa extremely clear. He has said that Europe has a “clear need for mass migration from Africa” and “if we don’t offer legal ways of emigrating to Europe, and immigrating within Europe, we will be lost”.

Claiming that the continent “will clearly need immigration in the coming decades”, he said EU nations “have to provide [Africans] who want to come, and are able to come, and whose situation makes it possible for them to come, with legal paths to get to Europe”.

As Canada ages, immigration expected to keep Alberta’s workforce strong for decades

There have been plenty of warnings about the looming impacts of Canada’s aging labour force, but a new report suggests the working population in Alberta will remain relatively young — and become increasingly diverse — in the coming decades.

Alberta’s two largest cities already enjoy the highest labour force participation rate among major population centres across the country, according to the Statistics Canada report, released late last week.

CRISIS at the Border! 3700 Lawbreakers Caught in ONE DAY!

Contrary to what you are hearing, not all of these people crossing our borders illegally are good people and many are grifters, many will be dependents, many will join gangs, and most will be on welfare. The cartels — criminals — come in with them and are now sending large busloads in daily. There are also six caravans on the way and they are enormous.

Yesterday, CBP caught 3700 in one day. All of those people, whoever they are, will be released. The gangs make sure there are a lot of children so we have to let them in and release them. Almost all are from the hellholes of El Salvador (a narco nation), Honduras, and Guatemala. We are getting their most vulnerable and most dangerous.

Progressives ponder populism at annual Broadbent Institute confab

A week after the annual Manning Networking Conference brought big and small-C conservatives from across Canada to the capital for a three-day confab on the state of the movement, the avowedly left-leaning Broadbent Institute aims to assemble “over one thousand progressive thought leaders … elected officials and frontline activists” for what they’re billing as the “biggest and best Progress Summit to date.”

According to the advisory, this year’s get-together — which gets underway in downtown Ottawa this evening and continues through Friday — will focus its collective sights on “the rise of populism across the political spectrum” — and, specifically, to examine “how it can be tapped to build a progressive groundswell, and when it is a force we must resist.”


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Poland Rejects Muslim Immigrants: ‘General Consensus’ That Muslims Don’t Assimilate

A former Polish parliament speaker and foreign minister told the Wall Street Journal Tuesday that Poland favors Christian immigrants over Muslim immigrants due to their respective abilities to assimilate.

Radoslaw Sikorski’s words are mirrored by Poland’s resistance to accepting refugees from Syria, Eretreia, and Afghanistan despite EU quotas, and at the same time welcoming two million immigrants from Ukraine in “the biggest wave of migration into the European Union in recent times.”

Facebook Removes 2600+ Pages in Attempt to Fight ‘Misinformation’

Business Insider reports that social media giant Facebook has removed 2,632 pages, groups, and accounts from their platform in an attempt to fight fake news on the platform. Three distinct operations originating in Russia, Iran, Kosovo, and Macedonia were identified by Facebook with the Russian operation being the largest. The Iranian and Kosovan-Macedonian operations reportedly spent a total of $20,800 combined on Facebook ads since 2013.

Over one third of Alberta restaurants are considering closing after NDP labour legislation changes: survey

A new survey has found a whopping 35 per cent of Alberta restaurants are considering closing their doors as a result of changes to the provincial labour legislation made by Rachel Notley’s NDP.

This is the result of Alberta’s minimum wage increasing from $10.20 to $15 an hour in October of 2018.

The staggering numbers also indicate that 94 per cent of restaurants raised menu prices.

‘Hitler’s insanity has ruined the lives of all those around me’: Letter emerges that Albert Einstein wrote to his wife in 1934 after the Nazis seized his home, burnt his books and banned him from teaching because he was Jewish

Never-seen-before letters in which Albert Einstein wrote of Adolf Hitler’s ‘insanity’ and the persecution of the Jews have emerged for sale in Los Angeles for an astounding $40,000 (£30,000).

The Jewish mathematician was forced to flee his native Germany for America after receiving heavy handed treatment from the Nazi regime upon Hitler’s ascent to power in 1933.

Einstein’s cottage was raided and turned it into a Hitler Youth camp, his sailing boat was confiscated, his books were burnt, and he was also prevented from working after the Nazis banned Jews from teaching at universities.

Canadian gun control advocates ramp up pressure after Christchurch

In the wake of the Christchurch mosque attacks and New Zealand’s rapid legislative response, Canadian gun control advocates are increasing their efforts to get Ottawa to follow suit.

“The government of New Zealand has swiftly and responsibly responded to the atrocities…by almost immediately committing to ban the type of weapons that facilitate such extreme violence,” Natalie Provost told CBC News.


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Breakfast Grilled Cheese

POTUS Trump Now Turns To D.C. Swamp And Says, “MY TURN.”

Lots of whispers circulating in and around Washington D.C. regarding a Trump White House that is set to unleash an investigative push back against all those false accusors that have been peddling the dangerous and divisive Trump-Russia hoax for the last two years.

Word is members of both the Clinton and Obama gang are bracing for impact.

UCP leader says ‘real tension’ lies behind Albertans’ support for secession

The leader of Alberta’s United Conservative Party says many people in the province support secession from Canada, based on what he calls “a real tension that runs through the hearts of many Albertans.”

The party states in a news release that a recent poll found “a shocking 50 per cent of Albertans surveyed said they support secession from Canada.”

French Muslim council files against Facebook & YouTube for distributing Christchurch shooting video

The French Council of Muslim Faith (CFCM) announced they will file a complaint against Facebook and YouTube for hosting the video of the New Zealand shooting, claiming the platforms helped spread the shooter’s hateful message.

The CFCM announced their decision to file the complaint on Monday, saying the social media sites had disseminated “violent messages inciting terrorism,” which “seriously undermine human dignity” and were “likely to be seen or perceived by a minor,” according to a copy of the complaint sent to AFP.

David Attenborough vows to convince “blind” Donald Trump climate change is real

Naturalist Sir David Attenborough wants to come face to face with his most ­dangerous beast yet — as he tries to convince Donald Trump that ­climate change is real.

The president said global warming was a hoax in his 2016 election campaign but has since failed to take a clear stance.

Now, Sir David, 92, has said with us facing disaster, he would not shirk from confronting him.

Quebec is about to become a dangerous province for men

The Quebec government has decided to establish a committee of “experts” to discuss the possibility of creating a special tribunal for allegations or sexual or domestic violence. Minister of Justice Sonia LeBel cited a lack of confidence in the legal system as the justification for this committee but says that reversing the burden of proof for the accused is not on the table.

LeBel’s office has not replied to The Post Millennial’s request to discover the names of the 13 people selected to sit on the committee, though actress Patricia Tulasne has announced herself as one of the members of the panel. Tulasne hardly qualifies as an expert.


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Country Breakfast Bowls

Hundreds of Trump supporters carrying placards and wearing MAGA clothing gather outside Trump Tower in New York City for a ‘Happy No Collusion Day’ rally to celebrate the end of Robert Mueller’s Russia probe

Banners were held aloft emblazoned with a host of different messages, like, ‘Happy No Collusion Day’ while others showed their support for the president to serve a second term and waved flags saying, ‘Trump 2020.’

The rally comes the day after Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered his long-awaited report to Attorney General Bill Barr.
A senior Justice Department official said Friday that Mueller has not recommended any new criminal indictments and there will be no more indictments filed with federal courts.

Twitter Suspends Account Showing Rachel Maddow Crying

Twitter censorship is still alive and well against conservatives on the social media giant.

The Twitter account @kbq2251 was suspended for posting the video below. The video didn’t violate any of Twitter’s policies. So why was the account suspended?

Ford government cancels electricity conservation programs

Ontario’s government has cancelled a number of electricity conservation programs, including one which offered pool owners a $400 rebate for upgrading to energy-efficient pumps.

Carolyn Bickerton, owner of Purewater Total Home Leisure in Ottawa, says the decision to cancel the Poolsaver program will be bad for business.

Swedish journalist suspended from Facebook for mentioning Tommy Robinson, and stating that we should accept others’ opinions even if we don’t agree with them

In her text, Katerina wrote: “Defending freedom of expression when you agree is a breeze, but if we are to have any freedom of speech worth mentioning, it must also be defended when it is challenged and not all agree.”

She then pointed out that it “may be your turn next”.

And Swedish Facebook took Katerina at her word and suspended her.

Brampton, Ont., mayor alarmed after convicted sex offender ‘dumped’ into his city

Brampton, Ont., residents are “livid” over a decision by the federal government to move a woman with three convictions for sexual assaults against young girls to their city, Mayor Patrick Brown said.

Peel Regional Police issued a community safety advisory on Friday about Madilyn Harks, formerly Matthew Harks, alerting residents that she now resides in the Brampton area.


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Kentucky Hot Brown Slider Sandwiches

Trudeau insists he was trying to protect SNC-Lavalin jobs — even as its CEO says he didn’t raise them

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues to affirm that he was trying to protect Canadian jobs when he and his staff spoke with former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould about a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with SNC-Lavalin.

Trudeau said this in the same week that the engineering firm’s CEO has insisted he never brought up potential job losses with the prime minister.

There are ‘limitations’ to free speech, says London Mayor after street preacher’s arrest

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has addressed the recent arrest and subsequent de-arrest of a street preacher outside Southgate tube station.

Video footage of Oluwole Ilesanmi being arrested by police for a “breach of the peace” went viral on social media and has now been viewed over 2 million times.

MI5: Far Right Terror Cases ‘Absolutely Dwarfed by Islamist Cases’

MI5 specialises in counter-espionage and domestic security, in contrast to the foreign intelligence-oriented Secret Intelligence Service – better known as SIS or MI6, made famous by Ian Flemming’s James Bond books. The assessment of the relative seriousness of the Islamist terror threat and the far-right terror threat was disclosed halfway through a Guardian report focusing heavily on the latter, later republished by other media outlets including CNN and Microsoft-owned MSN.

Greenpeace Co-Founder: Global Warming ‘Is A Complete Hoax And Scam’

Fear has been used all through history to gain control of people’s minds and wallets and all else, and the climate catastrophe is strictly a fear campaign — well, fear and guilt — you’re afraid you’re killing your children because you’re driving them in your SUV and emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and you feel guilty for doing that. There’s no stronger motivation than those two.

Wow: Study finds Google’s search biases may have cost Republicans House seats in 2018 midterms

A new study by a researcher who, for months, has been looking into how social media platforms can influence election outcomes, found that search biases introduced by Google into its algorithms last year likely cost at least three Republicans their congressional seats.

The study was conducted by Dr. Robert Epstein, a San Diego-based Harvard Ph.D. who founded the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Epstein is the Senior Research Psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology (AIBRT), a University of California-San Diego visiting scholar, and served as editor-in-chief of Psychology Today.


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Sausage Egg Casserole

Effects of Christchurch attack being felt across Canada

The ripples from Christchurch continue to lap on Canada’s shores.

As a Chinese-Canadian political candidate in Alberta was brought to tears after one of her campaign signs was defaced with racist graffiti and an advocacy group in Vancouver was announcing it wants to map hatred across Canada, members of Toronto’s Jewish community were gathering at mosques in the city on Friday for a “ring of peace” in a show of solidarity.

Shep Smith Accuser Says Fox News Host Sexually Attacked Him

A man told his story to Big League Politics about an encounter with Fox News host Shep Smith in 2004 in New York City. The man describes how he woke up with Smith on top of him with his tongue down his throat, how he tried to push the Fox host off him, and how Smith lunged at him three or four more times while continuing to force the unwanted physical encounter.

‘Progressive’ = The New Nazi

Comments by Rep. Ilhan Omar, Rep. Jim Clyburn and Rep. Rashida Tlaib display contempt for Jews — in Rep. Clyburn’s case, for victims of the Holocaust. Heavily Democratic legislatures in New York, Illinois and Virginia perpetuate the wanton destruction of human life by passing laws allowing abortion to the moment of birth. In Virginia, Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam said a woman can choose whether a baby who survived a botched abortion should live. False flags are cynically organized to delude the unsuspecting and promote an agenda. Behind those developments is the pervasive identity politics that defines some groups as inherently better than others.

In those four areas — anti-Semitism, genocide, false flags and identity politics — do “democratic socialists” and Nazis share more than the former want to admit.

Canada’s first marijuana-themed golf course to open in Ontario this spring

A golf course in Smiths Falls is going to be relaunching this spring as “Canada’s first cannabis-themed golf and entertainment destination” with live music and a drive-in movie theatre added down the line.

Rolling Greens is scheduled for a soft launch on April 20, otherwise known as 420, the universally-recognized cannabis holiday.

According to Global News, Gordon Weiske purchased the Lombard Glen Golf and Country Club a few months ago with the intention to make it “more than just a golf course”.

The ‘Burn It Down!’ Democrats

There are some Democrats out there in the sticks — a lot of them, in fact — who simply don’t understand the constitutional order. They believe that the United States is a democracy, John Adams et al. be damned, and, in fact, they often are confused by the frankly anti-democratic features of the American order, because they have been taught (theirs is a pseudo-education consisting of buzzwords rather than an actual education) that “democratic” means “good” and “undemocratic” means “bad.”

But the Democrats in Washington are a different story. Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris went to law school. They understand the American constitutional order just fine.

And they hate it.


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Egg and Bacon Breakfast Tacos

New Zealanders turning over firearms after mass shooting

Authorities in New Zealand said citizens have been turning their firearms over to police in the days after a terror attack that targeted two mosques in Christchurch left at least 50 people dead, The Guardian reports.

New Zealand police confirmed to the international news agency that at least 37 firearms had been handed over across the country as of Tuesday evening.

The report comes after New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vowed her country would have new gun control proposals “within 10 days” following last week’s shooting.

Australia’s far-right moves to shadowy messaging service amid crackdown on digital giants

Two Australian far-right ringleaders banned by Twitter have urged supporters to follow them to shadowy messaging service Gab, a “free speech” alternative notorious for its use by extremists.

Blair Cottrell and Neil Erikson, two men with criminal convictions who have preached neo-Nazi values on social media over recent years, have become markers in the debate over whether Facebook, Twitter and Google should do more to deal with extremist accounts on their platforms.

VIDEO: Candice Bergen Absolutely DESTROYS Justin Trudeau’s “Fake Feminism” In Question Period

During Question Period, Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen absolutely shredded Justin Trudeau’s fake feminist image.

She slammed the dishonest PM for his corrupt cover-up, and for doing the bidding of SNC-Lavalin, a company accused of hiring prostitutes for the son of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gadaffi.

Owner of Nazi-themed business charged with sharing video of mosque massacre

A man who owns a Nazi-themed insulation company has been charged with sharing the horrific livestream video of the mass shooting at a New Zealand mosque.

Philip Arps, 44, appeared Wednesday in Christchurch District Court on two counts of distributing objectionable material under the Films Act.

Caylan Ford says Alberta political debate ‘headed in dangerous direction’ following resignation

A former United Conservative Party candidate in the Alberta election who resigned over online comments she reportedly made about white nationalists is begging people to lower the temperature of political debate.

“I think we’re headed in a really dangerous direction when we heap scorn on each other,” said Caylan Ford, adding the remarks published by the left-leaning PressProgress website were out of context and don’t represent her views.

Leader of Farage-backed Brexit Party resigns after anti-Muslim tweets are revealed where she says Islam is ‘incompatible with democracy’

Catherine Blaiklock resigned from the Nigel Farage-backed party today, just two months after she founded the party with the former Ukip leader and represented the group at the European Parliament.

She claimed in Twitter posts that Islam was a threat to most of society, was ‘incompatible with liberal democracy’ and a submission ‘mostly to raping men’.


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Flashback: Justin Trudeau says vow to balance budget in 4 years is ‘very’ cast in stone

Even as the economic hurdles pile up, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insists his pledge to balance the federal books in four years is “very” cast in stone.

On top of the balanced budget, Trudeau told The Canadian Press on Wednesday that the Liberal government will also live up to its other fiscal “anchor” to lower the debt-to-GDP ratio every year until the end of its mandate.

New Study: Polar bears ‘thriving’ as their numbers may have ‘quadrupled’ – Attempts to silence research

In The Polar Bear Catastrophe that Never Happened, a book published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF), Dr Susan Crockford uses the latest data as well as revisiting some of the absurd values used in official estimates, and concludes that polar bears are actually thriving: “My scientific estimates make perfect sense and they tally with what the Inuit and other Arctic residents are seeing on the ground. Almost everywhere polar bears come into contact with people, they are much more common than they used to be. It’s a wonderful conservation success story.”

Zero Hedge, LiveLeak blocked, sharers warned of jail as NZ censors crack down on mosque attack video

New Zealand police are warning citizens they’ll face 10 years in prison for sharing the Christchurch mosque attack video, and a host of websites have been blocked as censors scrub the shooter’s manifesto from the internet.

Video footage of killer Brenton Tarrant’s shooting spree at a Christchurch mosque on Friday – which left 50 worshippers dead – was pulled from Facebook immediately after the massacre. With the footage proliferating on several hosting platforms afterwards, the Kiwi authorities have already charged an 18-year-old man for sharing the video, as well as for posting other “objectionable” comments days before the shooting.

‘Pretty Big Measures’ Underway to Restrict Guns, Blair Tells CTV

The Canadian government will undertake “pretty big measures” this year to further limit gun owners as it considers new bans for hunters, farmers and sport shooters, Minister Bill Blair told CTV News yesterday.

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said separately to the Senate in Ottawa he expects Blair will have “something pretty important to say about his consultation” on a handgun ban. He said Blair may speak to the Senate next month.

Several Brits arrested for comments about New Zealand attacks

Early Sunday morning officers were called to Queensway, Rochdale, to a report of a taxi driver being abused and threatened by members of the public who were referencing the terrorist attacks in New Zealand.

Officers quickly attended and two people, a man aged 33 and a woman aged 34, were arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order offences. They were interviewed by detectives later that day.

Separately, police arrested a woman aged 38 from the Rochdale area for a racially aggravated public order offense following comments made online about the New Zealand attack. She remains in custody for questioning.