Tag Archive: “Conservative news”

on July 1, 2015 in World News

‘Danish UKIP’ Tightens Border Controls Within Weeks of Winning National Election

‘Danish UKIP’ Tightens Border Controls Within Weeks of Winning National Election by Oliver Lane After forming a government with the support of ‘Denmark’s UKIP’, the new centre-right bloc’s foreign minister Kristian Jensen has travelled to Germany to meet his counterpart and discuss the new border arrangements. Although the Eurosceptic, anti-mass-immigration Danish People’s Party (Dansk Folkpartei, DF) has declined to join the government coalition because of irreconcilable differences with the now ruling centre-right Venestre party, they are supporting the government by voting for their bills on the condition they tighten up the borders. Denmark’s only land border is with Germany, a… View Article

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on July 1, 2015 in World News

Trump Takes Second Place in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nationwide

Trump Takes Second Place in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nationwide by Alex Swoyer GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to climb the polls — this time in Iowa. The numbers come from a new Quinnipiac University poll. Trump barely trails former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in New Hampshire, and he is trailing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in Iowa. “Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker continues to lead the Republican field in the Hawkeye state with 18 percent, while Ben Carson tied with Trump for second. Walker has yet to announce he is running for president, but is expected to launch his campaign this month,”… View Article

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on July 1, 2015 in World News

Trump Cuts Ties with Macy’s after NBC and Univision

Trump Cuts Ties with Macy’s after NBC and Univision by Alex Swoyer GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is cutting ties with Macy’s, which has sold his ties and shirts. According to CNN, Macy’s wanted to sever business relations with Trump after his statements on illegal immigration during his presidential announcement. His statements caused both NBC and Univision to  discontinue broadcasting the Miss USA pageant. Trump is now suing Univision for breaking the contract. Trump said in a released statement: I have decided to terminate my relationship with Macy’s because of the pressure being put on them by outside sources. While selling Trump… View Article

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on July 1, 2015 in World News

Obama Millennials Want to Leave the America They Created

Obama Millennials Want to Leave the America They Created by Ben Shapiro A new poll from TransferWise shows that 35 percent of those born in the United States would consider ditching their home country to live elsewhere; that number skyrockets among those aged 18-34, the so-called millennials, 55 percent of whom said they would think of taking off if given the chance. Most of those millennials cite economics as a chief factor in their desire to leave: 43 percent of men and 38 percent of women said they’d leave if they could get paid more in another country. The rationales… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Columbia University Study: 1 In 3 Americans Are Gun Owners

Columbia University Study: 1 In 3 Americans Are Gun Owners by AWR Hawkins A recently released Columbia University study shows that 1 in 3 Americans are gun owners. The study was conducted by assistant professor of epidemiology Bindu Kalesan and included an examination of “gun ownership information gathered from study subjects aged 18 years old and above from all 50 US states, including the District of Columbia in October 2013.” According to Tech Times, the study found that 1 in 3 Americans own guns and that the “percentage of gun owners are highly varied depending on the state.” For example,… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Man Allegedly Pulls Gun, Gets Shot By Armed Domino’s Pizza Driver

Man Allegedly Pulls Gun, Gets Shot By Armed Domino’s Pizza Driver by AWR Hawkins On Sunday, a man allegedly pulled a gun on a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver and got shot by the driver, who turned out to be armed. The incident took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico. According to the Albuquerque Journal, Police arrived on scene at approximately 9:30 pm and found the suspect, 52-year-old Gerardo Alvarado, lying in the parking lot near where he allegedly tried to rob the driver. Alvarado first allegedly robbed the Domino’s store itself at gunpoint, then came across the delivery driver in the parking lot upon exiting the… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Federal public safety minister, RCMP clash over banned rifle

Federal public safety minister, RCMP clash over banned rifle By Douglas Quan The federal public safety minister’s office has asked the Mounties to review their decision to classify a rifle as prohibited after it roused the ire of gun enthusiasts. This is not the first time the government has taken issue with the way the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has classified a gun and the latest spat reflects its push to obtain greater control over such decisions. The conflict started when the RCMP classified a Mossberg-brand rifle, the Blaze, as non-restricted, but ruled the Blaze-47 was prohibited. Gun enthusiasts were… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

NEA ‘attack’ on homeschoolers blasted as ‘outrageous’

NEA ‘attack’ on homeschoolers blasted as ‘outrageous’ Writers rebuff idea ‘comprehensive education experience’ lacking By Paul Bremmer The National Education Association has launched an attack on the practice of homeschooling, and one leading education expert is not taking it lying down. “The National Education Association’s radical attacks on constitutionally protected liberties and homeschooling families in particular are outrageous and should be vehemently denounced by every real educator and every real American,” internationalist journalist and educator Alex Newman declared. The NEA’s 2014-2015 resolution on homeschooling begins like this: “The National Education Association believes that home schooling programs based on parental choice… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Canada expands anti-Russian sanctions

Canada expands anti-Russian sanctions he Canadian government has widened anti-Russian sanctions. Gazprom, its oil subsidiary Gazprom Neft along with Surgutneftegaz and Transneft are included in the list which Canada had previously added to in February. Canada has imposed restrictions against another 14 companies and organizations and three Russian citizens, according to a statement on the Canadian government website Monday. The sanctions list included the leaders of the Eurasian Youth Union Alexander Dugin, Pavel Kanischev and Andrei Kovalenko and the union itself. Also the Government of Canada has added to the list the Tula arms plant, United Aircraft Corporation, the aerospace… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Top MPs urge counter-sanctions against ‘most anti-Russian country’ Canada

Top MPs urge counter-sanctions against ‘most anti-Russian country’ Canada The head of the State Duma’s Foreign Relations Committee has proposed reciprocating Canada’s latest anti-Russian move by introducing sanctions similar to embargo of agricultural products from EU introduced about a year ago. “We should not pretend that nothing is happening and we should develop a complex of reciprocal measures aimed at Canada,” MP Aleksey Pushkov (United Russia) stated at Tuesday’s parliamentary session. He added that today Canada was “the most anti-Russian state in the Western alliance as a whole and definitely also in the G7 group of nations.” “We must undertake… View Article

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