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on May 31, 2015 in World News

Obama looks to force LGBT hirees on faith-based charities

by Greg Corombos Obama looks to force LGBT hirees on faith-based charities ‘They cannot discriminate, and there is no exemption for religious believers’ The Obama administration is preparing to force every charitable organization receiving federal grants to end prohibitions on hiring people based on sexual orientation or gender identity. In its latest “Friday Fax,” the Center for Family and Human Rights, or C-Fam, cites an unnamed but well-placed administration source, who says the administration is definitely headed in that direction. “Our source told us that the administration is moving very quietly to insert sexual orientation and gender identity language into… View Article

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on May 31, 2015 in World News

Obama is ‘waging war on America’

Obama is ‘waging war on America’ Conservative icon says immigrants and refugees are the foot soldiers President Obama is instigating a war on the United States, according to longtime conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly. But the president hasn’t dropped a bomb or fired a shot; rather, he has opened the country to tens of millions of immigrants and refugees from all over the world, including from Muslim countries that hate America. “It is waging war on America,” Schlafly told WND. “Muslims would like to take over the world and establish their caliphate, and Obama has let so many Muslims in. I… View Article

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on May 31, 2015 in World News

What’s up with Nebraska? State shows independent streak

What’s up with Nebraska? State shows independent streak By GRANT SCHULTE What’s up with Nebraska? The state is among the nation’s most conservative, with Republicans controlling all of state government. But by the time the legislative session had ended last week, lawmakers had repealed the death penalty, legalized licenses for certain immigrants brought to the country illegally as children, raised the state fuel tax and come close to approving a medical marijuana bill. The liberal-leaning list of accomplishments has left some shaking their heads, but others say it’s not unprecedented in a state with a strong populist streak and an… View Article

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on May 31, 2015 in World News

Calling the Cops in Domestic Disputes Can Be Hazardous to Your Health

Source: The Free Thought Project Data Shows Calling the Cops in Domestic Disputes Can Be Hazardous to Your Health Informed readers already know that indiscriminate, heavy-handed police intervention ruins lives every day across the U.S. Some of the ways in which this happens are subtle but no less damaging. Evidence is building that “mandatory arrest” in reports of domestic abuse could be causing harm and even death to the very people it is supposed to protect. Mandatory arrest exists in 22 states. “The law…says that police officers responding to a call for help would no longer need to determine whether… View Article

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on May 31, 2015 in World News

John Kerry Breaks Leg in Bike Crash, Ends Europe Trip Early

John Kerry Breaks Leg in Bike Crash, Ends Europe Trip Early U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry broke his leg in a bicycle crash Sunday, apparently after hitting a curb, and scrapped the rest of a four-nation trip that included an international conference on combating the Islamic State group. Kerry was in stable condition and in good spirits as he prepared to return to Boston for further treatment with the doctor who previously operated on his hip, U.S. State Department spokesman John Kirby said. He said X-rays at a Swiss hospital confirmed that Kerry fractured his right femur. “The secretary… View Article

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on May 31, 2015 in World News

Obama’s DOJ To Circumvent Congress With ‘More Than A Dozen’ New Gun Controls

Obama’s DOJ To Circumvent Congress With ‘More Than A Dozen’ New Gun Controls Obama’s Department of Justice is working on “more than a dozen” new gun control regulations it plans to begin implementing apart from Congress. Some of the regulations are set to be put in place by November, others simply by the end of the Obama administration. According to The Hill, “the regulations range from new restrictions on high-powered pistols to gun storage requirements” and the issuance of “new rules expanding criteria for people who do not quality for gun ownership.” Part and parcel to this new “criteria” will be an ATF-implemented… View Article

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on May 30, 2015 in Gun Page

CSSA Annual Meeting 2015

Gary Breitkreuz and Tony Bernardo CSSA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – OTTAWA It’s that time of the year again, and in this important election year, the CSSA Annual General Meeting is heading to Ottawa. On May 30, 2015, the CSSA AGM will kick off at 10:00am at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre. The AGM will last until 12:00 when we will break for lunch. There are restaurant facilities attached to the conference centre in the Ottawa Marriott Courtyard East. After lunch, attendees will be able to enjoy three seminars running from 1:30 – 4:30 pm. This year our seminar hosts… View Article

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on May 30, 2015 in Gun Page

Garry Breitkreuz, Member of Parliament Yorkton-Melville, Saskatchewan

Garry Breitkreuz, Member of Parliament Yorkton-Melville, Saskatchewan Born October 21, 1945, Garry was raised on a farm near Springside, Saskatchewan. He attended a one-room country school near the farm where he grew up. His high school education was completed in Yorkton. He has six years of post-secondary education, including a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Saskatchewan. Garry taught for twenty-four years, including three years teaching math and chemistry at a college in Cameroon, West Africa; two years as principal on an Indian Reserve in northern Saskatchewan; and eighteen months teaching math and sciences in the Solomon Islands…. View Article

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on May 30, 2015 in World News

Controversial law that allows revocation of Canadian citizenship goes into effect

Controversial law that allows revocation of Canadian citizenship goes into effect By Michelle McQuigge The federal government says it now has the power to revoke the citizenship of some Canadians convicted of terrorism, treason or espionage. A controversial new law, first introduced last June, went into effect on Friday. The Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration says there are several serious crimes that could result in dual citizens losing their Canadian status. The ministry says it would revoke citizenship for anyone found guilty of terrorism, treason and high treason, and spying for a foreign government. The rules would also apply to… View Article

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on May 30, 2015 in World News

‘Governor urging banks to repossess’

‘Governor urging banks to repossess’ by Shaun Connolly TDs have criticised Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan after they said he signalled that he wanted repossessions speeded-up. People Before Profit TD Richard Boyd Barrett said the Central Bank should be pushing debt forgiveness not increased repossessions. “Prof Honohan seemed to implicitly state that the banks needed to bring about more repossessions to deal with the situation. “The governor appears to be urging the banks to repossess. I think that is completely the wrong approach. What we need is debt writedown and debt forgiveness, and the Central Bank should be imposing solutions… View Article

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