Belgium Senate’s Gift of Death Comes Wrapped in Children's’ Euthanasia
By Judi McLeod Full Story
Belgium, soulless Home of the European Union, has taken its next step to becoming the first country in the world to allow euthanasia for terminally ill children—extending to toddlers a 2002 law legalizing euthanasia for adults in a 50-17 vote.
FINTRAC the NSA of the Banking World
By Elizabeth Marshall Full Story
Throughout Canada people are unaware that our banking information is being sent to an entity called FINTRAC (“FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS AND REPORTS ANALYSIS CENTRE OF CANADA”). This entity was created in 2001, and FINTRAC’s mandate is to receive, collect, analyze, assess and disclose information on financial transactions, and to disseminate intelligence in order to assist in the detection, prevention and deterrence of money laundering and terrorist financing activities.
By Elvira Fernandez Hasty Full Story
President Obama seemed happy to greet Raul Castro at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela in South Africa. The video shows him talking in a friendly manner and, it even looked like he was bowing.
Dangerous Feckless Ignorance
By Sandy Stringfellow Full Story
Ladies and Gentlemen, have you had an opportunity to read The Liberty Amendments; Restoring the American Republic by Mark Levin?
Passports for Sale
By David C. Jennings Full Story
One of the weaknesses of the European Union is that individual member states have the power to essentially pass laws and impose the consequences on the remaining members of the union. Such is the case with Malta, who has decided to sell rights to a Maltese passport (which equates to free travel in Europe) for the significant sum of 650,000 Euros.