1. Chicago Police Department adds SIG SAUER P320 as an Authorized Duty Pistol

    SIG SAUER has announced the City of Chicago Police Department has added the P320 to the department’s official authorized duty pistol list. The Chicago Police Department is the second largest police department in the United States with over 13,000 sworn officers, covering 22 police districts within the city.

    “We are pleased that the SIG SAUER P320 has been added to the Chicago Police Department’s official authorized duty pistol listing,” began Tom Jankiewicz, Executive Vice President, Law Enforcement Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “The modular design of the P320 gives their full complement of officers the capability to easily change grip size and convert the sizing of their P320 from full-size to sub-compact, based on the officers needs and preferences

    Read more: handgunsmag.com/news/chicago-police-department-adds-sig-sauer-p320-as-an-authorized-duty-pistol/#ixzz5L3TuX6zw
    Another $2M from Ottawa for Cape Breton’s luxurious Cabot Links

    Critics question using public dollars to bankroll a private business catering to affluent golfers

    Cape Breton’s famed Cabot Links golf resort has received a $2-million federal loan, bringing total government funding for the luxurious enterprise to almost $17 million.

    The interest-free “repayable contribution” will go toward spa facilities, upscale culinary services and tennis courts at Cabot Cliffs at Broad Cove, the sibling golf course to Cabot Links, the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency said Friday.

    The latest loan will help the picturesque Inverness resort broaden its appeal for families, non-golfers and corporate groups, the agency said.

    It’s also part of an effort to attract more visitors to the remote resort and bolster tourism in the province, it said.

    Trudeau Funded Terrorists, Nearly $2.57 Billion Missing

    Last year we reported breaking news that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has committed nearly $3 billion Canadian taxpayers money to foreign aid for countries such as Syria and Afghanistan.

    But now reports show nearly $2.57 Billion is missing, the money simply vanished, or did it go into hands of terrorists hiding beyond the crowd of Muslims practicing sharia law?

    CFG reports:

    According to the most recent figures from Global Affairs, Canada has disbursed about $2.57 billion in total aid … and much of this money has gone missing.

    Fears that the international community, including Canadian taxpayers, might have paid millions to fund nonexistent students, teachers and schools also adds to the complexity of reconstruction efforts.

    Trudeau Gives Away Billions To Other Countries, Ignores Problems In Canada

    There is no excuse for giving away $6 billion in taxpayer money to foreign countries when so many Canadians are suffering

    Justin Trudeau is under fire from indigenous leaders for recent comments he made about mercury contamination at Grassy Narrows First Nation.

    Rather than take responsibility, Trudeau call the contamination, “very much” an Ontario issue.

    Grassy Narrows Chief Simon Fobister said Trudeau was “passing the buck,” by putting it on the province. Fobister also said Trudeau would be “letting down” Grassy Narrows residents if he didn’t take action.

    Trudeau Government To Spend $400 Million Taxpayer Dollars On Education In Foreign Countries

    The cause may be a good one, but why is our tax money being sent overseas when so many Canadians are in need of help?

    It is being reported that the Trudeau government plans to announce that they will spend $400 million of taxpayer dollars to fund education in foreign countries.

    According to CTV, “Multiple sources familiar with the government’s plans confirmed the amount of the Canadian contribution, and some of them said they were expecting contributions from other countries, including from outside the G7.”

    Imagine How Much More Trudeau Will Raise Taxes If He Gets Re-Elected

    Trudeau has already betrayed his promise to reduce taxes for middle class Canadians, and if he got in again he would try to take even more money away from taxpayers.

    When Justin Trudeau was seeking power, one of his most effective campaign points was a promise to cut taxes for the vast majority of Canadians.


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  2. Pro-gun dating site aims to connect Second-Amendment lovers

    A new dating site has its sights set on targeting lovers – lovers of the Second Amendment and the National Rifle Association, that is.

    Pro-Gun Dating, which now says it has tens of thousands of users, “aims to connect like-minded patriotic Americans who cherish and believe in our Constitutional right to bear arms,” according to the site's Facebook Page. “In the wake of a renewed push to completely dismantle Americans' gun rights through the destruction of the Second Amendment, ProGunDating.com fills a massive void. It’s a place where gun owners can meet, talk, and not feel like they're forced to hide their love of firearms.”


    Whoa: Americans Have Bought More Guns In the Past Two Months Than Our Military Has On Hand

    May was another solid month in gun sales, with over two millionbackground checks being run according to the FBI. Yet, Stephen Gutowski of The Washington Free Beacon also touched upon the Small Arms Survey, which showed that Americans own 393 million of the one billion-plus firearms in worldwide circulation. So, while we’re not the majority owner of all guns worldwide, Gutowski broke down some interesting aspects of this report. First, that in the last two months alone, Americans have bought more guns that our entirely military has on hand, and that Americans bought more guns in 2017 than every police agency in the world did combined

    Reuters editor apologizes, could be disciplined after blaming Capital Gazette shooting on Trump

    A top editor at Reuters apologized on Thursday night after blaming President Trump for the deadly Capital Gazette shooting in a now-deleted tweet that was sent during a “state of emotional distress,” but he might still be disciplined by the international news service.

    Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox admitted that he “responded emotionally and inappropriately” after being called out for jumping to conclusions prior to the facts emerging. Police said the suspected gunman, eventually identified as Jarrod W. Ramos, targeted the newspaper after a lengthy feud regarding a 2012 defamation lawsuit.

    Reuters Editor Blames Trump for Annapolis Newsroom Shooting: ‘Blood on Your Hands’

    Rob Cox, Global Editor for Thomson Reuters’ Breakingviews vertical, said the Capital Gazette newspaper shooting was a direct response to President Donald Trump’s criticism of the mainstream media.

    This is what happens when @realDonaldTrump calls journalists the enemy of the people. Blood is on your hands, Mr. President. Save your thoughts and prayers for your empty soul.

    At least four people killed in Maryland newspaper shooting: reports https://t.co/BXNOhj5BDx

    — Rob Cox (@rob1cox) June 28, 2018


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  3. Health care’s free in Canada, right? Wrong, and you’re paying a lot more than you think

    William Watson: Depending on income, you could be paying as much as $40,000 a year — though not necessarily for your own health care

    How much do you spend on health care every year? Trick question, right? This is Canada. Apart from hours lost in waiting rooms and the emergency ward, you don’t spend anything on health care. Compare that with the U.S., where this year’s so far fruitless debate on repealing Obamacare at least served to educate Americans about how many thousands, sometimes tens of thousands of dollars a year people were paying for different types of policies, some of which are in danger of disappearing as insurance companies increasingly lose money on them. The one saving grace of the U.S. system, even strong Canadian Medicare advocates have to concede, is that people generally do know what their health insurance costs. That’s not the case here, where health insurance is just … free!
    Health care’s free in Canada, right? Wrong, and you’re paying a lot more than you think
    Yes, Obama separated families at the border, too

    President Barack Obama separated parents from their children at the border.

    Obama prosecuted mothers for coming to the United States illegally. He fast tracked deportations. And yes, he housed unaccompanied children in tent cities.

    For much of the country — and President Donald Trump — the prevailing belief is that Obama was the president who went easier on immigrants.

    Neither Obama nor Democrats created Trump's zero-tolerance policy, which calls for every illegal border crosser to be prosecuted and leads to their children being detained in separate facilities before being shipped to a shelter and eventually a sponsor family.

    Read more here: mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/white-house/article213525764.html#storylink=cpy
    Bureaucracy Insanity
    Insanity – Bureaucracy, What’s the Difference?

    When an individual consistently behaves in a way that is clearly out of touch with reality, we describe that person as being; not of sound mind, mentally deranged, insane. But when an organization consistently establishes work processes that are out of touch with reality, we don’t call the organization insane. We call it bureaucratic and put up with it as if it were a necessary evil of organizational life. It is not.
    The principal cause of bureaucracy is that rules of work (which must be followed whether they make sense or not) are developed at a distance from reality. And, the primary reason for this distance is that work processes are interdepartmental

    Criticizing Homosexuals a crime in Canada

    In yet another stunning example of tone-deaf hypocrisy, the Leftists running “tolerant” “free expression” Canada have proven once again that they are the Nazis in training, not Right-leaning, liberty-minded citizens.

    Authoritarianism is all the rage among the Canadian Left if you happen to run afoul of the “correct way of thinking.” Just like in Europe and increasingly in the U.S., there are “acceptable” ways of expression and “unacceptable” ways. Practice the latter and you’re going to find yourself in a jail cell.

    Canadian Man Criticizes Homosexuality — Now He Faces Two Years in Prison

    In 1989, two sexual devolutionaries predicted that the homosexual lobby would eventually be able to silence opponents “by both law and polite society.” This is coming to pass, and the latest victim is a Canadian bus driver who, after passing out “safe sex” pamphlets at a 2016 “gay pride” parade, finds himself treated worse than Islamic State slave-master “refugees.”

    The Federalist:

    Last week a nationwide criminal arrest warrant was put out on a 51-year-old Canadian named Bill Whatcott. Whatcott was in the Canadian oil sands at the time, driving a bus to support his family. It was a rough job — temporary work in remote, far-north Canada — but the only employment he could find just then to support his family of four.


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  4. Robert De Niro, mentally unstable, unleashes on 'jerk-off-in-chief' Trump

    Robert De Niro, 74, slammed President Donald Trump in a recent interview as a “blatant racist,” and “jerk-off-in-chief” and other things, yada, yada, yada — proving, once again, why it’s those on the left, not this commander in chief, who need psychiatric assistance.

    Remember: De Niro was also the guy who once said he wanted to punch Trump in the face.

    Well, he’s back at it.

    In an impromptu rant during presentation of Meryl Streep with an actress award at the National Board of Review Annual Awards Gala in New York, De Niro called Trump a “f—ing idiot,” a “jerk-off-in-chief,” and a “baby-in-chief.”

    Why an 18-year-old groping allegation against Justin Trudeau is not a #MeToo moment

    The reporter, a woman in her early 20s whom Bourne later described as having an “awesome work ethic” and a “heart of gold,” told her publisher about an unsettling encounter she said she’d had with Justin Trudeau. Not yet involved in politics, the then-28-year-old Trudeau had come to Creston to attend a music festival raising funds to build a backcountry lodge in honour of his late brother.

    “She came to me just because she was distressed,” Bourne told the National Post.

    Bourne doesn’t recall the exact words the reporter used to describe the incident. However, in its edition of Aug. 14, 2000, the Advance published an unsigned editorial that accused Trudeau of “groping” the reporter.
    Why an 18-year-old groping allegation against Justin Trudeau is not a #MeToo moment
    Trudeau has boxed himself in with his own zero-tolerance policy on sexual misconduct

    If the climate in Canada were different, an 18-year-old allegation of sexual misconduct against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would be swiftly addressed, then probably dismissed.

    The allegation originally appeared in an August 2000 edition of the Creston Valley Advance, a small community newspaper in B.C. The editorial, which resurfaced earlier this month, claimed that the then-28-year-old Trudeau "groped" a young reporter at a music festival, noting that he only apologized when he learned that she worked for a newspaper.

    Hillary Clinton’s other dream job? To run Facebook.

    Speaking at Harvard University before receiving an award on Friday, Clinton was asked a hypothetical question by moderator Maura Healey, a fellow Democrat and attorney general of Massachusetts: If Clinton could be chief executive of any company right now, which company would she choose?

    “Facebook,” Clinton said without hesitating, as she and Healey paused to laugh with the audience.

    Clinton said that she would want to be in charge of the social media giant because of the immense power it has over the world’s flow of information.

    Trudeau government close to breaking all-time record for per-capita federal spending

    With the Liberals planning to spend $8,337 per person in 2017, the government of Justin Trudeau is close to breaking the all-time record for per-capita federal expenditures, according to a new report by the Fraser Institute.

    The number one spot, however, remains Stephen Harper. The Conservative leader hit a per-Canadian total of $8,375 in 2009 when he was overseeing spending increases intended to counteract the effects of the global recession
    Trudeau government close to breaking all-time record for per-capita federal spending: Fraser Institute

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  5. Shootings and stabbings

    Police are investigating a shooting and a separate stabbing in London as a weekend of Bank Holiday weekend violence continued.

    Officers were called to the first incident at 4.38pm, a stabbing, in Leytonstone Road, Stratford, where a victim - aged 17 - was taken to hospital.

    Shortly after at 4.50pm, police were called to a shooting in John Williams Close, New Cross Gate. The victim, a 30-year-old man, is being treated at the scene and remains in a critical condition.

    The incidents come in the wake of a shooting the day before in which a 13-year-old and 15-year-old were injured after being shot in Harrow.

    Surge in knife crime pushes London's murder rate beyond New York's

    London police have investigated more murders than their New York counterparts over the past two months, statistics show, and the British capital's mayor is vowing to fight what he calls a "violent scourge" on the streets.

    There were 15 murders in London in February, against 14 in New York, according to London's Metropolitan Police Service and the New York Police Department. For March, 22 murders were investigated in London, with 21 reports in New York.

    Wild West London: Sixty moped attacks a day, a woman fights for life after mugging and drug crime on the rise as cops hunt for Michael McIntyre gang

    Britain is in the grip of a violent crime wave as thugs run riot on mopeds and motorbikes.

    Shocking figures released yesterday show the armed thieves are striking more than 60 times every day.

    In a chilling illustration of the crisis, a young woman was fighting for her life last night after her mobile was snatched by moped-riding thieves. And a motorcycle gang targeted yet another luxury store in London yesterday.

    Trudeau's Pipeline Purchase Cost Canadians $4.5 Billion And A Better Future

    The federal government poured $4.5 billion dollars of public money to buy Kinder Morgan's failing pipeline and tanker project. $4.5 billion dollars for a project that violates the prime minister's own commitments to climate action, to Indigenous rights, to end fossil fuel subsidies and to protect the coast

    Corporate Welfare and Backdoor Deals

    I am 100% against corporate welfare.

    You know, these subsidies and loans granted by the government to companies...

    I think it's a waste of money.

    We should cut taxes for all businesses, instead of aiding some at the expense of others.

    That being said, as long as these subsidies exist, we should, at the very least, make sure that they’re managed transparently.

    That is not the case today.

    Government loan repayment agreements are secret.

    And I know why they are. It’s because there are so many exceptions to these agreements that companies often never repay.

    When I was Industry Minister, we made those agreements public as well as the balance that remained to be paid for each loan and each company


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