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  1. Nunes: Trump team under surveillance during Obama administration.


    1. BubberMiley


      Funny. That says they may have been "incidentally" caught in surveillance. I guess you don't understand that means they were doing surveillance of others (probably Russian spies) while they were meeting with the Trump team. You can try to spin that so it looks good for your traitor, but I think it just means you can't say anything bad about Putin either.  

    2. bush_cheney2004


      Funnier: Story stands as written...traitor Clinton lovers will just have to deal with it.

    3. BubberMiley


      If Trump talks to a spy who is under a FISA warrant, that doesn't mean he's under surveillance; it means he was incidentally surveilled. He should really refrain from talking to spies if he doesn't like that.

  2.   Sec'y Mattis goes after NATO deadbeats like Canada and Germany.


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    2. DogOnPorch


      Let's see: 2 Virginia class submarines @ 2.5 billion each should be a good start...lol. US steel...of course.

    3. Topaz


      I'd tell the US, if they quit starting these invasions, war or whatever u want to call them, there wouldn't be a need for MORE money, if u start it, u pay for it!

    4. DogOnPorch


      Topaz: Mattis is referring to our very poor record in up-keeping our military and thus our NATO/NORAD commitments.

      We agreed to these things.

  3. 'Every time there's a Trudeau in the PM's Office, our union begins to crack'


    1. Shady


      He’s 100% right.  You’d think we’d learn our lesson.  Somebody needs to put Canada first again.  Make Canada great again!

    2. Dougie93


      Bring it on.   Death to Confederation, good riddance.

  4. "Most Canadians seem only vaguely aware they have a military...


    1. capricorn



      "Many educators are uncomfortable with the idea of getting up and saying we need a military where individuals are trained to — if necessary — kill others," he said.

      The federal political culture for decades has also contributed to a collective amnesia.

      "Ultimately, the horrible thing about all of this is that we've had the luxury of always depending upon the Americans to take care of anything that is really nasty. So, therefore, we can pretend the military is there as a warm and fuzzy thing," Huebert said.

      The current government's focus on the so-called softer aspects of defence — peacekeeping and gender equality — could backfire if a serious conflict erupts, he said.

      You have to wonder whether the Liberals are vying for the Nobel peace prize with their emphasis on peacekeeping.

  5. "Amazon Prime does more for northern food security than federal subsidies"


  6. "Canada is completely dependent on U.S. intelligence."


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    2. The_Squid
    3. Omni


      Do we get our own hotline to Vlady?

    4. bcsapper


      Sure, thanks.  I don't like taking stuff without showing some appreciation.

  7. "Canadian Genocide" report in Gatineau today...apologies to follow.


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    2. betsy


      Too bad with that "genocide" term.....the report  has lost a great deal of credibility, imho.

      If they can outrageously exaggerate loosely with  the term "genocide" - what else are exaggerations in that report?

      If the people who made those report does not understand the meaning of the term - that puts a QUESTION TO THE WHOLE REPORT!

    3. betsy


      I smell a set-up.   That term is deliberately  used for a reason.

    4. scribblet


      Sure, to get more money out of us

  8. "How to watch CBC's coverage of the U.S. midterm elections"...


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    2. Wilber


      Watching the Canucks beat up on the Wings right now.

    3. DogOnPorch


      No point watching folks count votes. Morning will tell. 

      Either way...results will be interesting. 

      The Dem's platform seems simply: We have no leader and no platform...but...let's throw a wrench into all this progress. Lots of folks out there like smashing and breaking these days. And there is no wrench shortage.


      In other news, Elon's Roadster crosses Mars's orbit.

    4. betsy



      "How to watch CBC's coverage of the U.S. midterm elections"...


  9. "Nearly a third of Canadians don't believe humans...cause climate change"


    1. scribblet


      Can't read the darned thing properly, it wants me  to pay...   OK got it, used another browser.   It's a good one, and yes they are a danger to democracy.

      I took the liberty of using your link in another thread.

    2. bcsapper


      Any mob is a danger to society. Social media just makes it a lot easier to be a member of one.

      I should get my money into torch and pitchfork futures...

  10. In Canada, immigrant children are held in medium-security prisons.


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    2. betsy


      I bet once they're loose - chances are, they won't find them.


      Conservatives accuse Goodale of ‘hiding’ the number of deported asylum seekers


    3. betsy


      Much of this effort it seems, is mostly aimed to make the Trump adminstration really look bad.

    4. scribblet


      Much of it is, like the Time Magazine cover...   we are being played

  11. U.S. Dept of Commerce clobbers Bombardier...suck on that,  Trudeau.


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    2. bush_cheney2004


      Funny, but Trudeau imposed almost the same 220% duty on U.S. gypsum board last year.   As the seniors say, "Payback is a bitch !"

    3. betsy


      ........there goes all the millions we poured on Bombardier.

    4. hot enough

      hot enough

      Why are US subsidies to companies like Boeing that support the war criminals, terrorists who murder their own people okay? Folks from the US just can't help but be stunning hypocrites. 

  12. 2011 Flashback:   Canada withdraws from Kyoto Protocol on climate change.


    1. The_Squid


      That was stupid...  not everything the Canadian government does is the right thing....   that's the difference with your jingoism...  

  13. 58% of polled Americans support using the military to quell rioting.


    Some 58% of registered voters polled by Morning Consult support the deployment of the military to aid police responding to protests, with 33% of the 1,624 respondents saying they’d “strongly support” it and only 30% opposing.



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