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State Dept. Rejects Netanyahu's Mideast Diagnosis
 By Arnold Ahlert Full Story
State Dept. Rejects Netanyahu's Mideast Diagnosis

In yet another tragic indication of Obama administration’s ideological obstinance, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki indicated that Israel and the United States are not on the same page regarding the scope of Islamic terror.



Evidence of the Islamic terror threat within our borders
 By Doug Hagmann Full Story
Evidence of the Islamic terror threat within our borders,

Following the attacks of 2001, I set out to “make a difference,” which was to assist our government by offering my services in my capacity as a multi-state licensed investigator. Okay, hold the chuckles, snickers and laughs at bay for a moment while I briefly explain my thinking at that time. In 2001, I had 16 years of investigative experience under my belt and several years of experience with the inner workings of certain government “operations” that the majority of people don’t even know exist.


Has Insanity Taken Over the Voters?
 By Jerry McConnell Full Story

Has Insanity Taken Over the Voters?

There is literally no proof of ownership for any one person having first quoted the saying “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results,” but because he was such a clever gent with words and many other worldly things, I’m inclined to give credit to Albert Einstein.


Handbook to prevent radicalization of Muslims released in Canada
 By Arthur Weinreb Full Story

Well, that is the stated purpose of the 38-page publication. While a portion is dedicated for what parents and others in the community should look for to see if a young person is becoming radicalized, the main purpose of the book seems to be to portray Muslims as victims and to tell law enforcement officials not to connect terrorism to the religion of peace in any way.


America's Education Battlefield
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

The 2010 introduction of Common Core, a set of requirements for what elementary and secondary school children should know in math and English language arts, has turned schools in one state after another into battlefields as its complexity and other factors led to protests against it. Even so, by mid-2014, a NBC/Wall Street Journal poll found that very nearly half of those asked about it hadn’t even heard of it. A number of states, such as Missouri, Indiana, Oklahoma, and South Carolina have withdrawn from it.




The New Pathway to Citizenship
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story

Forgiving the breaking of the law is the new pathway to citizenship. Assimilation is no longer the goal of immigration. Immigration used to be assimilation into the American culture, becoming an American citizen. But the left has devised a new requirement for bringing the “frightened people” who broke the law “out of the shadows.” Never mind that they live among us in plain sight, free to come and go as they please, taking advantage of our country and of our hospitality.


Can a Mendacious Media Resuscitate Feminism
 By Gail Jarvis Full Story

There have been so many counterproductive social movements since the 1960s, that it’s difficult to pick the one that has been most detrimental to our society. However, as social movements tend to follow similar patterns, a look at one can be illustrative of others. Let’s take feminism, which, like other movements, is in decline, but still zealously supported by activists, government and media.


Obama Clueless When It Comes to Predictions: Why Should We Believe Climate Change Spiel?
 By John Lillpop Full Story

When it comes to formulating government policy based on predictions, Barack Obama’s record is abominable!


Why worry about 'no boots' when Obama's heart isn't in the battle against radical Islam?
 By Judi McLeod Full Story

Aside from the Arabs, who would back him 100 percent, Western leaders signing up for the ragtag coalition to take on ISIS, should be asked by their masses why they would send soldiers into a battle led by a pretend general who plays AWOL at 60 percent of his intelligence sessions.


It has EVERYTHING to do with Islam
 By Klaus Rohrich Full Story

It has EVERYTHING to do with Islam

Last Thursday morning as Colleen Hufford arose and readied for work, her thoughts very likely were on the day ahead, things needing to be done, realizing that tomorrow would be Friday and maybe even thinking up weekend plans with her grandchildren. Little did she know that she was en route to becoming another statistic, a sticking point in the manic affirmations of America’s leaders that her death, like so many before hers, “had nothing to do with Islam.”



The U.S. is Becoming a Weaker Nation
 By Alan Caruba Full Story

The U.S. is Becoming a Weaker Nation

The news that the U.S. Air Force, joined at long last by some of the Arab nations most threatened by the Islamic State (ISIS), began bombing their headquarters and military sites in Syria was long overdue, but welcome. It took time because Obama had originally dismissed ISIS as a threat.


Feminists call for equality and then scream "unfair"when they get it
 By Diane Weber Bederman Full Story

As a woman, a mother and grandmother of girls and boys, I am appalled at the attitude, today, of those women who call themselves feminists or liberated and demand that they be more represented in “male” dominated places of work, including government,  but are quick to deny responsibility for behavior.


Prime Minister Netanyahu Delivers the Truth in the UN’s General Assembly of Untruths
 By Joseph A. Klein Full Story

Prime Minister Netanyahu Delivers the Truth in the UN’s General Assembly of Untruths

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a powerful and sobering speech to the United Nations General Assembly on September 29th.  He said he came from Jerusalem to speak on behalf of the Israeli people and to “expose the brazen lies spoken from this very podium against my country and the brave soldiers who defend it.”


The Russian Roots of Terrorism
 By Cliff Kincaid Full Story

The Russian Roots of Terrorism

I learned about the passing of former Washington Times columnist John Lofton as I was looking through an old file of clippings and found a Lofton gem entitled, “Where terrorism is rooted,” from the July 5, 1985, issue of the paper. It’s a reminder of Lofton’s important style of writing and the fact that the Islamists we face today learned their style of warfare from the Soviets, who established the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) as “the fulcrum of the Soviet Union’s strategic approach” to world revolution, especially control of the Middle East.


When it comes to the non-war against ISIS, Obama’s boots are unlaced
 By Judi McLeod Full Story
When it comes to the non-war against ISIS, Obama’s boots are unlaced

In order to maintain their ill-gotten control over the masses, Marxists like Obama work to keep people in the dark, in a world of make-believe and surrealism.

In this make-believe world jihadists become jayvees.  Obscene acts of terrorism like a beheading in an Oklahoma food plant and mass murders at Ford Hood get to be identified as “workplace violence”;  war is not war if there are no boots on the ground.


Is Islamism a Totalitarian System Like Nazism and Communism?
 By Ron Lipsman Full Story

Is Islamism a Totalitarian System Like Nazism and Communism?

The concept of a totalitarian state was an invention of the twentieth century. The notion of a state or nation whose government could control virtually all aspects of its citizens’ lives was not conceivable in prior times.


Honour crimes and the Ottawa judge who 'gets it'
 By Arthur Weinreb Full Story

Justice Monique Metivier of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Honour crimes and the Ottawa judge who gets it

Last week, Justice Monique Metivier of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice sentenced a mother, Iqbal Bibi, and her son Khawar Saeed, to short jail terms for acts of violence committed against Bibi’s daughter, Saeed’s sister.


The Internet Tax is an "Unfair" Revenue Grabber
 By Alan Joel Full Story

The Internet Tax is an Unfair Revenue Grabber

Discussion began heating up again about the “internet tax” last week when lawmakers pushed back the moratorium on Internet access taxes—set to expire on Nov. 1—until mid-December during the lame-duck session. In the meantime, let’s call it out for what it really is: a revenue grabber masquerading as “fairness”.


The Syrian Rubics Cube
 By Alan Caruba Full Story
The Syrian Rubics Cube

One has to have some sympathy for those in the CIA or the White House folks charged with telling the President what has been going on in Syria since 2011 when the opposition to Bashar al-Assad’s dictatorship turned into a fighting war. It must have looked and felt like playing with a Rubics cube where the competing groups and militias kept changing all the time.



American & Canadian Politics

Recent Columns

It’s no secret any longer
 By Sarge   --American Politics
White House integrity was violated because an employee with some kind of stature didn’t like the alarm’s volume and the stridency of its tone
A T-shirt that monitors your heart
 By Guest Column--Israel21c   --Science-Technology
Smart-digital hWear shirt has conductive fibers woven in, performing the job of an ECG machine and transmitting vitals to your doctor’s smartphone.
A $10,000 childcare deduction is the least-worst way to do income splitting
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation--Gregory Thomas   --Canada
So the top priority for the Harper Conservatives is simple: they need reverse some of the damage done to Canada’s balance sheet on their watch
National Life Chain Sunday 2014—October 5
 By Christian Newswire   --Christianity - Religion
Only He can end the abortion holocaust now ravaging America and Canada
Fur Hats
 By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Isn’t it about time you kept warm in some fur too?




5 Policies That Would Make Gas Cheaper
 By Heritage Foundation--Nicolas Loris   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Where your gas money goes
President Obama at the General Assembly: Sobriety, Continuity, and Renewal
 By INSS   --World News
Despite the Obama administration’s longstanding frustration regarding the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, it will likely seek in the coming months to restart the talks between the sides
Happy Anniversary: 1 October Marks 18 Years Without Global Warming Trend
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Global Warming Pause Comes Of Age
Decision to let cop killer Abu-Jamal give commencement speech ‘despicable,’ widow says (Video)
 By News on the Net   --American Life, History, Education
"People need to start realizing that there’s right and wrong in this world. It seems like no one thinks about that."
National Security Threats Brought Into Focus
 By Roger Aronoff   --American Politics
National Security Threats Brought Into FocusDangers a weakened America poses to the world
VIDEO: Secret Service chief tries to blame sequester for total ineptness
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
VIDEO: Secret Service chief tries to blame sequester for total ineptness

With help from Eleanor Holmes-Norton, who tries to make it the fault of Congress.

Germany’s Renewable Energy Transition Misses Carbon Reduction Goals
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Coal, energiewende, Germany, renewable energy
Polish Catholic Auschwitz survivor Michael Preisler dead in New York
 By Frank Milewski   --World News

Photo SS Guards took when Gestapo sent Michael Preisler to Auschwitz in October, 1941.
As Past President of the Downstate NY Polish American Congress, Preisler founded the Holocaust Documentation Committee to fight Holocaust “distortions and misrepresentations.”

A Desktop 3-D Printer in Every Home?
 By News on the Net   --Science-Technology

In contrast to manufacturing, 3-D printing on the home front remains predominately a hobbyist or artistic adventure

Lack of detail in GO terminal announcement worrisome says Harris
 By News on the Net   --Canada
Ontario taxpayers deserve oversight and clarity before the rubber hits the road
For Yezidis Displaced by ISIS, a Long Way Home
 By Heritage Foundation--Josh Siegel   --World News
Van den Toorn described a dire situation, where displaced Yezidis who made it off the mountain—or escaped Islamic State captivity—live in makeshift camps, half-finished buildings and under bridges
Liberals to hand out over 7 Million in bonuses despite missing deadlines
 By News on the Net   --Canada
Pan Am Games, Ministry's long repeated claim that the games are both on time and on budget
Here we go: NFL penalizes Chiefs player for Muslim prayer following touchdown
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Life, History, Education

15 yards for facing Mecca?

At UN Netanyahu Challenges ‘Brazen Lies’ Told by Obama and Abbas
 By Anne Bayefsky   --American Politics
Unfortunately, plain talk at the U.N. is as unwelcome as it is unusual.
America’s Thirst for Wine Insatiable, Despite Rise of Cocktails, Craft Beer
 By David White   --Life-Pets-Gardens-Food
America's Thirst for Wine Insatiable, Despite Rise of Cocktails, Craft Beer
Younger consumers are eating and drinking adventurously. This bodes well for the wine industry

Confronting PC: Some Will Financially and Politically Die
 By Lloyd Marcus   --American Politics
Confronting PC: Some Will Financially and Politically Die
Confronting evil, pushing back against political correctness operatives is serious business. Our Nemesis are extremely vicious and relentless

Liberty Counsel Successfully Defends Christian Business Owner over Same-Sex Wedding
 By Liberty Counsel   --American Freedom
"We are happy to host dinners, birthday parties, or just about any other kind of event regardless of a client's sexual orientation, but not a same-sex wedding
State Dept. spokeswoman Marie Harf: Not even ISIS could predict the rise of ISIS
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

No one could 'assess their will to fight'

The wheels on the bus
 By Sarge   --American Politics

Clapper is no more than the slick spot where Obama showed his disloyalty to his minions and America once more

Latest Military News
 By News on the Net   --World News
Man in Afghan army uniform opens fire at base in Afghanistan, killing at least 1 American soldier
Group touts 4,000 abortions in 1 year with Clinton’s support
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
Clinton Foundation documents show that it supports two groups that provide abortion services and supplies in Africa, India and Asia
Pay Down the Federal Debt: CTF Pre-Budget Submission
 By Canadian Taxpayers Federation   --Canada

After pushing Canada’s federal debt past the $600 billion mark, it’s time for the Harper government to start paying it down.

Obama’s £100 Billion Climate Promise May Sink UN Climate Deal
 By Guest Column--Dr. Benny Peiser   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
China’s Demand For UN Climate Deal: $100 Billion P.A
They Lost Their Bakery, Now Face Bankruptcy: Government’s ‘Discrimination’ Fine Br
 By Heritage Foundation--Kelsey Harkness   --American Politics
Oregon bakery owners face a $150,000 discrimination fine for not baking a wedding cake for lesbians.
China’s Communists See Red When Hong Kong Demands Democracy
 By Heritage Foundation--Mike Gonzales   --World News
Taiwan, too, can abandon hopes that China will ever respect its separate system in exchange for unification
CDC issues Ebola guidelines for U.S. funeral homes
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
The two original American patients treated in Atlanta, Nancy Writebol and Dr. Kent Brantly, were eventually discharged.
Video: Bloated bureaucracy to blame for Secret Security lapses?
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
Reaction from former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino
Video: Is Oklahoma beheading workplace violence or terrorism?
 By News on the Net   --Crime-Terror-Security
Judge Napolitano provides insight into the case
Equal Work? Government Has No Idea What That is
 By Selwyn Duke   --American Politics
Equal Work? Government Has No Idea What That is
An autocratic agency as incompetent as it is arrogant, Equal work, Equal pay

Kicking the PLO Habit
 By Caroline Glick   --World News
Kicking the PLO Habit
Abbas told clearly that he is our enemy, and indeed the enemy of the Palestinians whose lives he insists on imperiling and embittering by locking them into a perpetual war for the destruction of Israel

Uh oh: Intruder got farther into White House than Secret Service admitted
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics
Uh oh: Intruder got farther into White House than Secret Service admitted

And he had a knife

Breaking Russia’s energy stranglehold
 By Paul Driessen   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Europe cannot afford to have its foreign and domestic policies dictated by Putin's blackmail
Science is for Stupid People
 By Daniel Greenfield   --American Politics
Science is for Stupid People
What the left calls science is really a hypothesis accepted as a fact without the skepticism. Its intelligence is a conclusion without bothering to determine whether it’s true.

Railways Reap Revenues of Increased Oil Shipments
 By Institute for Energy Research   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment
Keystone XL, oil, oil pipelines, oil rail shipments
Mark Levin’s Simple Plan to Put a Conservative in the White House
 By Heritage Foundation--Melissa Quinn   --American Politics
“The Republican establishment picks off conservatives,”
Joni Ernst pulling away in Iowa as GOP chances of taking Senate increase
 By Robert Laurie   --American Politics

Making them squeal.

Parents until death—not divorce—do us part
 By Diane Weber Bederman   --American Life, History, Education
We should expect that idea of “two” parents having equal access to their children to be embraced as “We are expecting” becomes “We are parents. Forever.”
Air pollution knows no boundaries
 By Jack Dini   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

The EPA estimates that 40% of the mercury that sinks out of the air and lands in the US comes from overseas

Official: White House aware of ISIS threat for over a year
 By News on the Net   --American Politics
Intelligence community firing back at Obama's claim
America’s Dirty Little Secret: Sex Trafficking Is Big Business
 By John W. Whitehead   --American Politics
America’s Dirty Little Secret: Sex Trafficking Is Big Business
You don’t hear much about domestic sex trafficking from the media or government officials, and yet it infects suburbs, cities and towns across the nation

Netherlands:  Monster truck plows into crowd killing spectators
 By News on the Net   --World News
Deadly accident caught on video
Travel Pages
Travel feature: London
This trip has opened our eyes to all that London offers but we will have to return because so much to do and so little time.


Health and Medical Pages
What`s Red and Protects Cardiovascular Health?
Lycopene, anti-oxidants


Car Pages
Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 4Matic a fine sedan
According to Mercedes-Benz' Canadian website, the CLA 250 starts at just $34,300.00, which is pretty affordable for a premium car such as this










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Obama and claim U.S. Intelligence underestimated the ISIS threat
 Dag Barkley

Obama and claim U.S. Intelligence underestimated the ISIS threat






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Obama, ISIS and ‘Boots on the Ground’
 Dag Barkley

Obama, ISIS and Boots on the Ground