INAUGURATION DAY – JANUARY 20th 2017

On Friday, January 20, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States of America. Kudos to President-elect Trump for inviting—despite mounting threats and opposition — two members of the Knesset, and mayors of towns in Judea and Samaria to his inauguration. This is a gesture shown for the first time ever by any US president. Also, he is to be commended for requesting that the statue of Churchill that President…

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How the UN is trying to sneak its unCanadian ‘values’ into Canadian schools

Millennials are enamoured by the United Nations. Consider the young undergrad, Antonio Soriano who is the UNESCO Delegate for the Harvard National Model United Nations of 2017. He writes: “Dear Delegates, Welcome to Harvard National Model United Nations 2017! My name is Antonio Soriano, and it is my honour to serve as the Director of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)…UNESCO aims to establish peace that is built not only on political…

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Muslims in denial about the existence of the Jewish temple

On the 25th day of the lunar month of Kislev (Dec. 24, 2106), Jews around the world will celebrate the eight-day holiday of Hanukah. Hanukah commemorates the rededication of the Jerusalem Temple in the second century BCE by Jewish freedom fighters (the Maccabees) who resisted the Macedonian regime in Damascus. The regime had violently attempted to enforce its polytheistic Hellenistic religion on the inhabitants of Judea — a people who held the then extraordinary belief…

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Multiculturalism can lead to terror

Once upon a time when immigrants came to Europe and North America, they were expected to learn the national language. They were expected to abide by all the national laws and to internalize them as right and good. They were supposed to put aside and even forget some of the political and religious conflicts that in many cases made them leave their country of birth. And finally, they were expected to recognize that the human…

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Bill & Hillary: adrift in a sea of moral chaos

In our world of thoroughly corrupt and shameless journalism in the mainstream media, the pig-headedness of the talking head pundits on television, the clunky prose of pedestrian hacks in magazines that once carried in print masters of prose, such as Gay Talese and Tom Wolfe, we can still find pleasure in reading the inestimable Mark Steyn. Here is Steyn on the state of American politics, as he reflects on how his adopted country has slid…

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