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Revisited: In Defense of Columbus Day

By: As we enjoy another Columbus Day, it provides us an opportunity to witness the bonfire of dysfunction in our society, for those who call for its eradication as well as those few who are brave (or foolish) enough to come to its defense. Amidst the rabble of Progressives malcontents using the occasion to […]

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Australia’s Islamic leader REFUSES to Call the Parramatta Shooting a Terrorist Attack

By: An Islamic religious leader has called for the extremists behind the Parramatta shooting to ‘stop messing with Australia’ in remarks where he stopped short of describing the incident as an act of terror. Grand Mufti of Australia Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed joined community leaders on Friday morning in coming together to ‘refuse and […]

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Liberals Want to Ban Ham Sandwiches Because Muslims Find Them “Offensive”

By: Businesses should ban ham sandwiches and sausage rolls from the workplace because they’re “offensive” to Muslims and other religions, according to the new guidelines on communal kitchen etiquette, a manual of recommendations written for employers. [1] [3] Putting a ham sandwich in the office fridge or warming up your sausage roll in the […]

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Parents of Students Who Died After Being Hypnotized by Principal Receive Settlement

By: The families of three students who died after being hypnotised by their Florida high school principal will each receive US $200,000. The Sarasota County School District school board unanimously agreed on the US $600,000 settlement on Tuesday, closing a bizarre, years long case that began after former North Port High School Principal George […]

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U.S. to Release 6,000 Inmates from Prisons

By: The Justice Department is preparing to release roughly 6,000 inmates from federal prisons starting at the end of this month as part of an effort to ease overcrowding and roll back the harsh penalties given to nonviolent drug dealers in the 1980s and ’90s, according to federal law enforcement officials. About a third […]

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Germany Prints Its Constitution in Arabic for Refugees to Learn

By: Germany has translated the first 20 articles of the country’s constitution, which outline basic rights like freedom of speech, into Arabic for refugees to help them integrate. Germany is struggling to cope with an expected influx of some 800,000 people this year, both economic migrants and asylum seekers fleeing war in the Middle […]

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Germany to Expel European Migrants to Make Room for Syrian Refugees

By: Perhaps more than anything else (well, up until Vladimir Putin officially stepped onto the scene earlier this month) Europe’s worsening migrant crisis has served to wake the world up to just how important Syria’s four-year-old civil war truly is. While the plight of a single drowned toddler whose lifeless body washed ashore in […]

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“Food Doesn’t All Look the Same and It Shouldn’t”: It’s Shocking How Much “Ugly” Food We Throw Away

By: AlterNetAfter harvesting a bounty of organic tomatoes, the workers at Sage Mountain Farm in Aguanga, California, gathered around a table to grade them into four categories: uno (one), dos (two), aguado (mushy), and compost. Only a handful of moldy tomatoes went into the compost. Everything else had a use. Sage Mountain Farm is […]

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U.S. Judge says Deported Mentally Disabled Immigrants May Return

By: After more than five years, a civil rights group’s battle to ensure mentally disabled immigrants the right to legal representation is over. Now, hundreds of those immigrants who were previously ordered deported will have the chance to return to the United States to contest their expulsion, US District Judge Dolly M. Gee ruled […]

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Climate Fanatics Run into Public Relations Snag

By: Last week, we happened to stumble across a press report about a group of climate scientists so eager to shut up their critics that they want to employ the State’s police, courts and jailers for the purpose. Specifically, a group of academic (and presumably tenured) climate alarmists supporting the “CAWG” theory (CAWG=”catastrophic anthropogenic […]

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Last Gun Shop in San Francisco Confirms Closure Due to New Law

By: The mood is somber at High Bridge Arms as the shop is closing following introduction of a law to video all gun and ammo sales and transmit data to the police department. In July, Supervisor Mark Farrell asked city attorney’s office to draft legislation increasing restrictions on gun stores operating in the city […]

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Vanishing Canada: Why We’re All Losers in Ottawa’s War on Data

By: When told that his small Prairie town had, in profound ways, fallen off the statistical map of Canada, Walter Streelasky, mayor of Melville, Sask., is incredulous. Streelasky had no idea Melville had been rendered a “statistical ghost town” after the mandatory long-form census was cut in 2010, and fewer than 50 per cent […]

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Defense Labs Possibly Mishandled Plague Bacteria

By: Defense Department labs may have improperly stored samples of bacteria that could cause plague in addition to anthrax and other toxins for which the facilities were already under scrutiny, a Pentagon spokesman said. A new inquiry involving the shipment and storage of samples of the Yersinia pestis bacteria, which can cause plague, and […]

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National Counterintelligence Director Evanina About OPM Breach: “Not My Job”

By: I’ve been tracking Ron Wyden’s efforts to learn whether the National Counterintelligence and Security Center had anticipated how much of a counterintelligence bonanza the Office of Personnel Management’s databases would be. Wyden sent National Counterintelligence Executive William Evanina a set of questions last month. Did the NCSC identify OPM’s security clearance database as […]

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E.U. Funds Spent on “Brutal Revamp” of Romania’s Saxon Churches

By: In Transylvania, centuries-old churches are being “brutally revamped” using EU funds. Original features have been stripped in restoration projects mired in conflicts of interest. Luke Dale-Harris reports from Sibiu. Standing to face a room full of angry conservationists, the Romanian Evangelical Church lawyer Friedrich Gunesch looks red faced and shaken. Over the last […]

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Homeschool Parents Sue New Jersey, Allege “Unlawful, Unconstitutional Home Intrusion”

By: Nothing really changed after a New Jersey state social worker banged on Christopher and Nicole Zimmer’s front door, and yet everything was different. Over the next two hours, the social worker quizzed their 15-year-old son, Chris, including questions on whether his parents fought or did drugs. She wanted to see his homeschool curriculum. […]

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Shrill Alarmism Backfires… Squandered Credibility, Potsdam Institute Scientist Wonders Why No One Heeds Daily Climate Alarms

By: When facts and arguments stop convincing, then the only thing left to do is to argue at an emotional level. Climate activists have produced a website where IPCC-cozy scientists expressed their concerns in hand-written letters. One of the writers was Stefan Rahmstorf of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). He wrote […]

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