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Saudis, Iran On Path To ‘Very, Very Bloody’ War

November 16, 2017 by

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By Frank Gaffney, Jr. ~ While the world tries to interpret Saudi Arabia’s moves to clamp down on corruption and watches the kingdom accuse Iran of an “act of war,” a former Reagan administration Pentagon official says Saudi Arabia is gearing up for the very real possibility of a “very, very bloody” war with Iran. […]

Gay Marriage Australia – ABC Astonished And Embarrassed By Muslims Voting No

November 16, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Now that the Gay Marriage vote has been ‘done and dusted’ here in Australia, the ABC finds it “surprising” that electorates with big Muslim minorities voted no to gay marriage. The reporter explains that this is because the electorates are religiously and ethnically “diverse”. The “M” word is never mentioned, because […]

When Racial Hoaxes Make News

November 15, 2017 by

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By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~ The liberal narrative on Donald Trump assumes his election was evidence that America is returning to its racist roots. In the angst-ridden aftermath, the media found vindication by reporting all kinds of “hate crime” incidents, lurching so eagerly that they fell for a few that turned out to […]

Gay Marriage Australia – Labor Party Seats Reject Same Sex Marriage: Will Labor MP’s Represent Their Voters?

November 15, 2017 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Journalists kept demanding Liberal MPs respect the will of their voters if those voters said yes to gay marriage. In fact, the nine seats which voted most strongly against – in one case by 74 per cent – are all held by Labor MPs. The nine highest no-voting electorates: Jason Clare’s […]

Australian Voters Say Yes To Gay Marriage

November 15, 2017 by

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By Anton Lang ~ Here in Australia, at around 10AM on Wednesday morning, the result of the vote to legalise Gay Marriage was announced and it was what is really a resounding vote in favour of legalising Gay Marriage. Almost 62% voted Yes, and 38% voted No, so it was in fact a comprehensive victory […]

The ‘Not So Much’ Hollywood Sex Scandals

November 14, 2017 by

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By Frank Salvato ~ You cannot turn on a television or cable news show these days without hearing about another Hollywood celebrity claiming to have been sexually assaulted by someone with influence in show business. From influential producers to prominent actors to lesser knowns trying to make it to stardom, there appears to be a […]

The Ethanol Mandate Promotes Swamp Dominance, Not Energy Dominance

November 14, 2017 by

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By Nicolas Loris and Samantha Block ~ Washington is known for political arm-twisting. There’s a good reason for that. It too often works, and it helps prop up bad policies like mandates to blend corn-based ethanol and other biofuels into our fuel supply. In September, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed cutting the volumetric requirements for […]