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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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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Pentagon’s F-35 stealth jet can’t win dogfight – report

Pentagon’s F-35 stealth jet can’t win dogfight – report A mock air battle between an F-16 jet and the military’s new and oft-troubled F-35 stealth jet showed that the F-35 is too sluggish to hit an enemy plane or dodge gunfire, according to a report. The F-35 has cost the US military more than a trillion dollars since work on it began, making it the most expensive weapon in history. The mock air battle, staged in January over the Pacific Ocean, was to test the F-35’s prowess as a close-range dogfighter at 10,000 to 30,000 feet. The F-35 pilot was… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Undocumented sex offenders left in Seattle-area neighborhoods without tracking

Undocumented sex offenders left in Seattle-area neighborhoods without tracking After digging through hundreds of ZIP codes, KIRO 7 found 11 convicted sex offenders in the country illegally living across western Washington neighborhoods. The government has tried to deport most of these people, but a Supreme Court ruling requires they be released after six months in jail, if their home country won’t take them back. >> PHOTOS: Most wanted sex offenders in Washington (updated June 4) KIRO 7 obtained sources through the Senate Judiciary Committee: a list of every ZIP code in the country that some offender called home at the time of release. In the Seattle area, sex offenders… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

North Carolina officials round-up 30 MS-13 gang members over crime spree

North Carolina officials round-up 30 MS-13 gang members over crime spree A judge will decide Tuesday if an alleged MS-13 gang member will stay behind bars. Oscar Trejo is in the Mecklenburg County Jail on federal charges. He’s one of 37 alleged gang members indicted in May. PHOTOS: Feds indict 37 suspected MS-13 gang members in roundup On Monday, Fec Rodriguez-Vareal pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy as part of a plea deal. Authorities say the members were involved in the murders of four men. The suspected members were rounded up last month. The charges against them range from murder… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Obama Issues 19 Classified Directives Changing Laws Passed by Congress

Obama Issues 19 Classified Directives Changing Laws Passed by Congress Written by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. Everything secret degenerates, even the administration of justice; nothing is safe that does not show how it can bear discussion and publicity.” — Lord Acton Since being inaugurated in 2009, President Barack Obama has issued 30 Presidential Policy Directives (PPD), 19 of which he has ordered to be kept secret from Congres and the American people. Barack Obama campaigned for president promising to usher in an era of transparency in government. That promise stands next to “if you like your doctor you can keep… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

Supreme Court Is ‘Inventing Federal Rights’

Rep. Marsha Blackburn: Supreme Court Is ‘Inventing Federal Rights’ The U.S. Supreme Court decision on Obamacare last week was essentially the court saying, “we are making a ruling not on a reading of the law, but we are making a ruling on what we interpret should have been congressional impact,” Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) told Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on the Breitbart News Saturday radio program. Blackburn indicated that the court interpreted something out of the law that didn’t actually exist, after some states refused to participate in state exchanges. Marlow referenced Justice Roberts’s “absurd” argument, which essentially said the… View Article

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on June 30, 2015 in World News

‘Gay Is Not the New Black,’ Says Texas Pastor

‘Gay Is Not the New Black,’ Says Texas Pastor by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D Black Christian leaders are continuing to vocalize their opposition to having same-sex marriage compared to the civil rights movement, which fought to overcome racial segregation and discrimination against blacks in America. In a new video, Texas pastor Voddie Baucham rejects the claim that “gay is the new black,” underscoring the significant differences between race and sexual orientation. Baucham posted the video the day after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution guarantees same-sex marriage across the country, an outcome that President Barack Obama hailed as… View Article

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