The Real Reason for Sarah Palin’s Falling Out with Glenn Beck by Tony Lee Glenn Beck lied. Again. After apologizing for calling Sarah Palin a “clown” on Thursday, Beck, who has acknowledged that Americans actually view him as a “clown” and a “monkey,” claimed in a blog post that he and the Palins have not had a relationship since the assassination attempt on Rep. Gabby Giffords (D-AZ) in 2011. Beck wrote that he suspected people were telling the Palins lies about him to drive a wedge between them. But Breitbart News has exclusively learned from a source close to the… View Articleclick here for more
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Kentucky Cop-Killer was Obama Supporter, Attended Mike Brown’s Funeral by Lee Stranahan The Facebook page of Joseph Thompson Johnson-Shanks — the man who killed a Kentucky State Trooper Sunday night — shows that he was an Obama & Black Lives Matter supporter who attended Mike Brown’s funeral. Kentucky trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder was murdered by Johnson-Shanks after a traffic stop. Following an all-night manhunt, Johnson-Shanks was killed by the police after he refused to drop his weapon. Johnson-Shanks ’s Facebook page is posted under the name Jay MileHigh and the header image features pictures of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm… View Articleclick here for more
Other State Officials Say No to Same-Sex Marriage As Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis gets ready to return to work, other officials are drawing scrutiny from gay-marriage supporters By Arian Campo-Flores The spotlight will shine once again Monday on a Kentucky county clerk as she prepares to return to work after being jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. But Kim Davis isn’t the only one causing a stir. Local officials in several other states also are refraining from granting licenses or performing ceremonies, drawing stepped-up scrutiny from gay-marriage supporters. In North Carolina, all four magistrates in… View Articleclick here for more
Tax on gas or vehicle registration may be part of Alberta’s climate-change initiatives Darcy Henton, Calgary Herald More from Darcy Henton, Calgary Herald Alberta’s environment minister is not ruling out a carbon tax as the province grapples with the impact of vehicle emissions on climate change and air quality. Shannon Phillips says the province’s new climate change panel headed by Andrew Leach will be “taking a hard look” at initiatives in other jurisdictions to see whether “incentives and disincentives” should be used to help reduce the impact of vehicle emissions on the environment. Her ministry’s climate leadership discussion document outlines… View Articleclick here for more
Trudeau showcases unpopular old Liberals, and other reasons to fear for humanity by Kelly McParland 1. Here’s your chance to elect more unpopular Liberals Is hauling out Paul Martin and Jean Chretien, and campaigning with Kathleen Wynne, supposed to make Canadians more likely to vote for Justin Trudeau? Chretien was squeezed out because people were sick of him, Martin crashed and burned in his first election as PM and Wynne is only in office because her opposition ran an epically bad campaign. And a leader named Trudeau, who wouldn’t be there if his name was Jones. This is the fresh...
Trudeau showcases unpopular old Liberals, and other reasons to fear for humanity by Kelly McParland 1. Here’s your chance to elect more unpopular Liberals Is hauling out Paul Martin and Jean Chretien, and campaigning with Kathleen Wynne, supposed to make...click here for more
Bill Clinton Worked Hand in Glove with Al Qaeda: “Helped Turn Bosnia into Militant Islamic Base” By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Known and documented, since the Soviet-Afghan war, recruiting Mujahideen (“holy warriors”) to fight covert wars on Washington’s behest has become an integral part of US foreign policy. A 1997 Congressional document by the Republican Party Committee (RPC), while intent upon smearing President Bill Clinton, nonetheless sheds light on the Clinton administration’s insidious role in recruiting and training jihadist mercenaries with a view to transforming Bosnia into a “Militant Islamic Base”. In many regards, Bosnia and Kosovo (1998-1999) were “dress rehearsals” for the destabilization… View Articleclick here for more
Denmark Says No: Will Not Take Any More Middle Eastern Refugees by Derek Hunter Syrian refugees pack the stands inside the national stadium on the Greek island of Kos August 11, 2015. Local authorities are struggling to cope with the increasing numbers of migrants and refugees arriving in dinghies from the nearby Turkish coast. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis Syrian refugees pack the stands inside the national stadium on the Greek island of Kos August 11, 2015. Local authorities are struggling to cope with the increasing numbers of migrants and refugees arriving in dinghies from the nearby Turkish coast. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis World Denmark… View Articleclick here for more
Miss South Carolina Blasts Holes Through Anti-Gun Question “If we teach people the right way to use guns, then we will reduce the risk…” A gun question featured on last night’s 2016 Miss America pageant received an unexpected response from one of the contestants. Asked her view on the current issue of so-called “gun violence,” Ms. South Carolina, Daja Dial, responded with a Second Amendment-affirming statement. “America loves our Second Amendment, but gun violence continues to be a tragic problem. Do you support a ban on military-style assault weapons?” the moderator asked. “I don’t, but I think it’s because we… View Articleclick here for more
Syrian Refugee Crisis Germany Announces Emergency Border Controls Amid Migrant Crisis Germany announced on Sunday that it was invoking emergency powers to start protecting its borders, seemingly reaching a point of overload after greeting with open arms tens of thousands of migrants pouring into Europe, and urging other European nations to do the same. Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière announced the decision to impose temporary controls on Germany’s southern border with Austria, after thousands of migrants have crossed over in recent weeks. The announcement followed a meeting of top officials to discuss the migrant crisis, after the flood of...
Syrian Refugee Crisis Germany Announces Emergency Border Controls Amid Migrant Crisis Germany announced on Sunday that it was invoking emergency powers to start protecting its borders, seemingly reaching a point of overload after greeting with open arms tens of...click here for more
‘F— the rest!’ On Greek island of Kos, a migrant caste system has emerged, with Syrians at the top Shannon Gormley, Postmedia News Every now and then, Nikos Grivas walks his German shepherd along the sea and down to the police station in Kos to give the refugees a good scare. “Not to bite,” says the tall, tanned, brawny Greek. He would never set the dogs on people waiting for their papers to leave Greece, he promises. “Just to scare.” And even then, he’s only ever paraded his dog around migrants, or shoved them, or hit them, or “beat the… View Articleclick here for more