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on May 2, 2014 in World News

Empowered To Enter Your Property To Inspect Your Cars

    Federal Regulators Could Be Empowered To Enter Your Property To Inspect Your Cars President Barack Obama’s $302 billion transportation bill gives federal regulators the power to enter the premises of car dealerships to determine if their vehicles are in compliance with federal fuel-economy mandates. The Department of Transportation (DOT) could see its vehicle inspection authority expanded if Congress passes Obama’s Grow America Act. Currently, DOT officials are only allowed to inspect records and information from companies that must comply with federal fuel economy standards. But Obama’s bill would allow federal bureaucrats to enter the premises of car dealerships… View Article

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on May 2, 2014 in World News

Subways Drop Bacon and Ham from Menu to Comply with Halal

      Subways Drop Bacon and Ham from Menu to Comply with Halal Nearly 200 Subway restaurants across the United Kingdom no longer serve bacon or ham, and will instead serve only halal-prepared meat in an effort to “balance the values of many religious communities,” according to the Daily Mail. Some 185 participating locations will replace the pork products with turkey versions, and notify customers of their compliance with the Islamic practice of preparing meat with signs reading, “All meats are Halal.” A Subway spokeswoman told The Blaze that the menu option is part of an effort to “meet… View Article

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on May 2, 2014 in World News

Rogue Mexican Army troops crossing the line

Rogue Mexican Army troops crossing the line Has a unit of Mexican Army soldiers who patrol right on the Arizona border gone rogue? This small group has attacked U.S. citizens, and even challenged U.S. federal agents within the U.S. A News 4 Tucson investigation into the dangerous world of rogue soldiers in Mexico’s military. In January, soldiers from this lonely outpost of the Mexican Army drew their guns on U.S. Border Patrol agents just 50 yards into the United States. Then in March, they opened fire on Javier Jose Rodriguez, a young Tucson man visiting family in Sásabe when he… View Article

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on May 1, 2014 in World News

Donald Sterling’s remarks were bad, but what the NBA is doing is much worse

Donald Sterling’s remarks were bad, but what the NBA is doing is much worse Three years ago, I wrote in National Review: Let us accept for the sake of argument that racism is bad, that homophobia is bad, that Islamophobia is bad, that offensive utterances are bad, that mean-spirited thoughts are bad. So what? As bad as they are, the government’s criminalizing all of them and setting up an enforcement regime in the interests of micro-regulating us into compliance is a thousand times worse. . Likewise, as bad as Donald Sterling is, what the NBA is doing is a thousand… View Article

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on May 1, 2014 in World News

Western growth pulls away further from rest of Canada’s

Western growth pulls away further from rest of Canada’s regional breakdown of economic performance suggests Canada’s two economies drifted even further apart in 2013. Statistics Canada says in a new report issued Tuesday that improvement in economic output last year was heavily slanted toward resource-rich regions. The gap between the West and the rest was even more pronounced, said Bank of Montreal economist Robert Kavcic, widening to almost two full percentage points. Saskatchewan, which also benefited from a bump in the agriculture sector, posted a 4.8% surge in gross domestic product in 2013, while oil-rich Alberta realized a 3.9% growth… View Article

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on May 1, 2014 in World News

Cheap temporary foreign workers ‘slowly killing the industry’

Canadian helicopter pilots say cheap temporary foreign workers ‘slowly killing the industry’ Canadian helicopter pilots say they’re being denied jobs in favour of cheaper temporary foreign workers. “The saddest and most outrageous part is that this will slowly kill the industry,” Bill Wadsworth, a helicopter pilot in Mayne Island, B.C., with 25 years’ experience, said in an interview Wednesday. Mr. Wadsworth said he recently applied for several jobs at B.C. companies that he learned had subsequently sought temporary foreign workers. In each case, he was told there were no openings. He also said he frequently sees job postings for pilots… View Article

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on April 30, 2014 in World News

Man Arrested For Criticizing Islam

Man Arrested For Criticizing Islam Chilling: Political leader charged with hate crime for quoting Winston Churchill Political party leader Paul Weston was arrested by police and faces up to two years in jail for criticizing the religion of Islam during a public speech in the United Kingdom. Weston’s “racially aggravated” hate crime consisted of him quoting Winston Churchill. Weston’s arrest reveals the chilling implementation of thought crime in Britain and how political correctness is being used as a weapon with which to destroy the edifice of freedom of speech across the western world. http://www.infowars.com/criticizing-islam-now-a-thought-crime/

Man Arrested For Criticizing Islam Chilling: Political leader charged with hate crime for quoting Winston Churchill Political party leader Paul Weston was arrested by police and faces up to two years in jail for criticizing the religion of Islam...

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on April 30, 2014 in World News

Cops No Longer Need Warrants to Search Vehicles

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Cops No Longer Need Warrants to Search Vehicles “..heedlessly contravenes over 225 years of unyielding protection against unreasonable search and seizure..” Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court has ruled police officers in the Commonwealth are no longer required to obtain a warrant prior to searching a vehicle, a decision that essentially overturns the protections enumerated in the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and in Pennsylvania’s own state constitution. Yesterday, Justice Seamus McCaffery issued the court’s opinion, stemming from a 2010 Philadelphia police department traffic stop of a man for having dark tinted windows, who was later found to… View Article

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on April 30, 2014 in World News

Donald Trump buys famed Turnberry course in Scotland

  Donald Trump buys famed Turnberry course in Scotland; links course has hosted British Open three times Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Turnberry is the 17th golf property owned by Trump, including 12 in the United States. Donald Trump expanded his golf empire with his biggest acquisition yet — Turnberry. Trump announced Tuesday that he has agreed to buy the picturesque links course and resort on the west coast of Scotland, which has hosted the British Open three times. The most recent was in 2009, when Stewart Cink won a playoff over 59-year-old Tom Watson. The most famous… View Article

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