Tag Archive: Rightwing news

on October 2, 2015 in World News

Russian Air Force destroys ISIS command center, training camp

Russian Air Force destroys ISIS command center, training camp On Thursday, Russian warplanes stationed in Syria attacked a terrorist training camp and a command center, taking it out with a precision strike launched form an altitude of over 5,000 meters, the Russian Defense Ministry reported. The airstrike was one of a dozen conducted by Russia in Syria on Thursday during 18 sorties, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, the ministry spokesman, told journalists. Advanced Sukhoi Su-25 and Su-34s were used for strikes. “The targeting systems of those planes allows for hitting ground targets with absolute precision, which was proven yesterday during combat… View Article

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on October 1, 2015 in World News

MASSIVE GLOBAL COOLING process discovered as Paris climate deal looms

MASSIVE GLOBAL COOLING process discovered as Paris climate deal looms ‘Could explain recent disagreements’ by Lewis Page As world leaders get ready to head to Paris for the latest pact on cutting CO2 emissions, it has emerged that there isn’t as much urgency about the matter as had been thought. A team of top-level atmospheric chemistry boffins from France and Germany say they have identified a new process by which vast amounts of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are emitted into the atmosphere from the sea – a process which was unknown until now, meaning that existing climate models do not… View Article

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on October 1, 2015 in World News

Multiple Fatalities In Shooting At Oregon Community College

Multiple Fatalities In Shooting At Oregon Community College The local fire district advised people to stay away from Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, about 180 miles south of Portland. It later tweeted that there were “multiple casualties” but didn’t elaborate. CBS News reports at least 10 people are dead and that 20 people were injured. Six people are in critical condition. CBS News reports that the shooter is down. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says the threat is over. The first call about a shooting at the college in Roseburg came into the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at 10:37 a.m. The… View Article

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on October 1, 2015 in World News

So why all the secrecy on TPP?

So why all the secrecy on TPP? By Susan Delacourt very now and then, governments need to be reminded that they only rent their power — they don’t own it, no matter how long they’ve held the keys to the fancy offices in Ottawa. Elections are one such reminder; so are the “caretaker conventions” now in force during the current campaign. If Stephen Harper’s government does sign a big trade deal at the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations in Atlanta this week, expect some pointed questions about whether Conservatives are stretching the limits of their current, caretaker power. On Aug. 2, when… View Article

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on October 1, 2015 in World News

Hockey Isn’t as Important to Canadians as Their Bill of Rights

Hockey Isn’t as Important to Canadians as Their Bill of Rights by Greg Quinn Canadians like hockey. They love the constitutional bill of rights. The document, passed into law in 1982 as part of the country’s constitution, was chosen as the most important national symbol with 93 percent support in a survey on Canadian identity published Thursday by the national statistics agency. Hockey came last among five options, behind the national anthem ‘O Canada’ at 88 percent, the federal police force — the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, nicknamed the Mounties — at 87 percent and the country’s maple-leaf flag at… View Article

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on October 1, 2015 in World News

Conservatives edge forward leaving NDP and Liberals locked in second-place tie

Conservatives edge forward leaving NDP and Liberals locked in second-place tie Vast uncommitted voters may cause white-knuckle finish, say they’ll lock in choices “just before” Oct 19 October 1, 2015 – With only 19 days left in the 2015 federal election campaign, a volatile electorate is enabling the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) to begin to shake loose from the Liberals (LPC) and New Democrats (NDP), while the two opposition parties fight it out for second place. CPC supporters and strategists should stifle any urges to start popping champagne corks just yet however, as data from this latest public opinion… View Article

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on October 1, 2015 in World News

Drug Smugglers Die in Car Crash After Replacing Airbags with Cocaine

Drug Smugglers Die in Car Crash After Replacing Airbags with Cocaine by Ildefonso Ortiz MATAMOROS, Tamaulipas – Mexican Federales responding to a serious car crash just south of this border city ended up seizing 25 kilograms of cocaine hidden in the vehicle’s airbag compartment. The suspected smugglers died as a result of the crash. The weird seizure took place this week near the town of San Fernando, when Mexican Federal Highway Patrol officers responded to an area known as La Coma that connects this border city with Ciudad Victoria, information provided to Breitbart Texas by Mexico’s National Security Commission revealed…. View Article

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on October 1, 2015 in World News

Donald Trump on Syrian ‘Migration’: ‘If I Win, They’re Going Back!’

Donald Trump on Syrian ‘Migration’: ‘If I Win, They’re Going Back!’ by Alex Swoyer GOP frontrunner Donald Trump is standing firm in his migration stance, saying that Syrian refugees in the United States will be returned if he is elected president. “I’m putting people on notice that are coming here from Syria as part of this mass migration, that if I win, they’re going back!” Trump said to a crowd at a New Hampshire town hall. Trump used the term “migration,” instead of terms that are favored by President Barack Obama and other progressives, such as “refugee” or “immigrants.” Trump… View Article

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on October 1, 2015 in World News

New FBI Crime Report Omits Kidnapping and Drug Activity, Paints Misleading Picture of Border

New FBI Crime Report Omits Kidnapping and Drug Activity, Paints Misleading Picture of Border by Sylvia Longmire This week, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released its annual Uniform Crime Report (UCR), which summarizes a year’s worth of violent crime statistics from across the country. At a glance, it shows that violent crime is down across the country and in the State of Texas. However, the data used to make these assessments doesn’t include kidnappings or specify what crimes are drug- or cartel-related, painting a skewed picture of everyday life along some parts of the southwest border. According to a Houston… View Article

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on September 30, 2015 in Right Edition

Alberta Economy Tanking, Thanks NDP

Alberta Economy Tanking, Thanks NDP Alberta’s NDP government took heat from the oil patch for its corporate tax hike as Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. blamed it for a deep quarterly loss. Canadian Natural, among early vocal critics of the new provincial government’s fiscal policies, said it took a $579-million non-cash charge in the second quarter to account for future tax liability. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/canadian-natural-swings-to-loss-on-oil-price-rout/article25857125/ How a Socialist Party Just Took Over the Texas of Canada New Democratic Party (NDP) stormed to a commanding majority in Alberta’s provincial elections. To explain this in American terms: Imagine that Texas just overwhelmingly elected a...

Alberta Economy Tanking, Thanks NDP Alberta’s NDP government took heat from the oil patch for its corporate tax hike as Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. blamed it for a deep quarterly loss. Canadian Natural, among early vocal critics of the...

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