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on June 29, 2015 in World News

Obama’s got Muslim Daddy issues

Obama’s got Muslim Daddy issues Ex-U.S. ambassador suggests childhood ‘abandonment’ fuels outreach to Islam During a radio interview Sunday, former Israeli ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren reinforced his position that President Obama’s relentless outreach to the Muslim world may be motivated by Obama’s being abandoned by two Muslim father figures. Last week, Oren had speculated Obama’s purported abandonment issues may have caused him to seek acceptance from the Muslim world. Sunday, Oren maintained “it’s a legitimate question” to ask whether the “abandonment” of Obama’s Kenyan Muslim father and Indonesian Muslim stepfather have been partially driving Obama’s policy toward Islam… View Article

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on June 29, 2015 in World News

SCOTUS same-sex marriage decision may have just legalized the concealed carry of loaded firearms

SCOTUS same-sex marriage decision may have just legalized the concealed carry of loaded firearms across all 50 states, nullifying gun laws everywhere by Mike Adams, The legal argument of gay marriage proponents is that because gay marriage is legal in a majority of states, that “right” cannot be infringed by the remaining states which opposed gay marriage. The U.S. Supreme Court, in granting this new, nationwide right to gay marriage, cited the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution, Section 1, which states: No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the… View Article

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on June 29, 2015 in World News

Proposed project relying on foreign workers prompts questions

Proposed project relying on foreign workers prompts questions By Daniel DeMay Chronicle Staff Writer In this tiny town on Montana’s Hi-Line, a project is planned that would potentially bring 20 or more foreign high-tech workers to town, pay out more than $1 million in annual salaries, and create Internet resources for residents of the nearby Fort Belknap Indian Community. At first glance, the proposed “Cyber-Rez” project would be a positive pilot program to help rural Native communities stay connected to the modern world. But questions remain about where foreign workers would live, who’s going to pay them and who stands… View Article

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on June 29, 2015 in World News

Illegal immigrant living in Hagerstown is held on $100K bond in child-porn case

Illegal immigrant living in Hagerstown is held on $100K bond in child-porn case An illegal immigrant charged with distribution and possession of child pornography told a district court commissioner this week to “just deport me” following his arrest, according to information revealed during his bond-review hearing Wednesday in Washington County Circuit Court. Cristian Alexander Magana, 19, of Beachley Drive, Hagerstown, is charged with six counts of promoting or distributing child pornography and 15 counts of possession of child pornography, court records said. District Judge Terry Myers kept his bond at $100,000 at 10 percent, meaning he can post bail with… View Article

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on June 29, 2015 in World News

The General Dynamics, Saudi Arabia contract and Canada’s moral regress

The General Dynamics, Saudi Arabia contract and Canada’s moral regress Source: Disinfo With the case of the Canadian-brokered General Dynamics light armored vehicle sale to the Saudi Arabian government, Canada’s manufacturing sector has become complicit in human rights abuses abroad. The question of benefit could be framed like this: is General Dynamics employing more people than its equipment is killing? The Globe and Mail reported that Ed Fast, Canada’s Minister of International trade said, the deal will help the manufacturing area in London to “become the epicentre of a cross-Canada supply chain directly benefiting more than 500 local Canadian firms…Our… View Article

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on June 29, 2015 in World News

Why We’re Headed Toward A “Cashless Society”

Why We’re Headed Toward A “Cashless Society” Source: Bonner & Partners Don’t Count on Your ATM Cards Yesterday, came a report that the prime minister of Poland, Ewa Kopacz, has urged Poles traveling to Greece to take “a larger amount of cash” with them. Why? Because the situation could be “very dynamic,” she says. “Please do not count only on your ATM cards and on ATMs, but take a larger amount of cash with you.” ueues are forming at ATMs in Greece of late. These ATMs will keep working as long as the ECB provides ELA financing to Greek banks…. View Article

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on June 29, 2015 in World News

Detroit EMT Fired After Refusing to Treat Baby Who Later Died

Detroit EMT Fired After Refusing to Treat Baby Who Later Died From Belinda Robinson writing at The Daily Mail: A Detroit EMT has been fired after she flatly refused to help a premature baby suffering a medical emergency who later died. Ann Marie Thomas from Detroit, Michigan, received a frantic call on May 30 that an eight-month-old girl had stopped breathing. But after she arrived near the scene she coldly refused to save the dying tot, despite the fact that she was less than a mile away from the family’s house on the west side of the city. Instead, she parked… View Article

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on June 29, 2015 in World News

Salon: Animals Are People Too

Salon: Animals Are People Too by William Bigelow Salon has brilliantly presented the argument that animals should be considered people, positing that the antiquated notion of a line of demarcation between humans and animals should be discarded. Dolphin scientist Lori Marino states, “Right now, there is no one besides a human who is a person. They’re all property, no matter how complex they are, no matter how much we love them. They have no inherent rights of their own.” Salon points out that orcas have “big brains, complex social structures, mysterious communications, and mind-boggling sixth sense,” and “chimpanzees and all… View Article

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on June 29, 2015 in World News

Ann Coulter on Marco Rubio: ‘I Really Don’t Like Liars’

Ann Coulter on Marco Rubio: ‘I Really Don’t Like Liars’ Conservative author Ann Coulter did not mince words when asked on Breitbart News Sunday why she does not support Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) presidential bid. “I really don’t like liars,” Coulter said, reminding listeners that Rubio ran as a Tea Party candidate against Charlie Crist in 2012 and “campaigned over and over again” by attacking Sen. John McCain’s (R-AZ) comprehensive amnesty legislation and even declaring that “a path to legalization is a code word for amnesty.” Coulter, the author of Adios, America, told host Matthew Boyle, whom she extensively praised… View Article

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on June 28, 2015 in Right Edition

Imaginary Country ? – Racist Blacks Attack White Family

Imaginary Country ? – Racist Blacks Attack White Family Pierre Karl Peladeau: Canada Is An ‘Imaginary Country’ Imagination is overflowing in Quebec City these days. A day after Premier Philippe Couillard attacked the sovereignty option being proposed by Pierre Karl Peladeau as an imaginary solution to a problem that doesn’t exist, the new Parti Quebecois leader fired back. “Listen, I think the imaginary country that the premier is talking about: it’s Canada,” Peladeau told reporters in Quebec City. He noted that Canada unilaterally repatriated the Constitution in 1982 without Quebec’s approval. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2015/05/20/pq-leader-pierre-karl-pel_n_7347118.html Racist bullying plagues Calgary family in mostly-black...

Imaginary Country ? – Racist Blacks Attack White Family Pierre Karl Peladeau: Canada Is An ‘Imaginary Country’ Imagination is overflowing in Quebec City these days. A day after Premier Philippe Couillard attacked the sovereignty option being proposed by Pierre...

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