It's chaos this week at Rebel Media, one of the few conservative media resources available in Canada.
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The government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Thursday that it is opening a second border camp for illegals streaming across the Canadian border from the U.S.
Maine Governor Paul LePage compares the campaign to remove Confederate monuments to "erasing history" and desecrating the 9/11 Memorial in New York City. In a radio interview on WGAN that supported President Donald Trump's insistence the Charlottesville violence was created by "both sides," LePage also concurred with Trump's description of those who want to remove Confederate monuments as "foolish."
Canada's quasi-socialist opposition leader is furious over an alleged friendship between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's senior adviser and President Trump policy adviser Steve Bannon.
"Four or five" asylum seekers who have crossed the New York-Quebec border have been caught with child pornography, Global News reports.
A Democratic Congresswoman wants to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office for his alleged "mental instability." The constitutional device was created in the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination and allows Congress to replace a president for "incapacity." Two-thirds of both the House and Senate must agree.
You would think that President Donald Trump had really said something controversial. But of course, to the anti-Trump chorus that has replaced anything resembling an objective mainstream media, anything that Trump says must be at least controversial, if not damnable.
Montreal has no place for the memory of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America.
Rebel Media, one of the few conservative news alternatives in Canada, is under attack for its coverage of the Charlottesville riot.
Canada's official opposition says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is "politicizing" Canada's immigration and refugee system to a dangerous degree. Conservative immigration critic Michelle Rempel told The Daily Caller that Trudeau "wants it both ways" by sending out two seemingly contradictory messages: Canada's borders are open, but please respect the border as you walk across.
The New York Times reports that University of Arkansas professor Kyle Quinn was over 1,000 miles away in Bentonville, Arkansas Friday night with his wife while having dinner and viewing an art exhibition, but left-wing zealots claimed he marched with a white supremacist in Charlottesville at the time.
Oh, I'm a good old rebel,
Now that's just what I am;
And for this yankee nation,
I do not give a damn.
After being bussed into sanctuary city Montreal after illegally crossing the Canada-U.S. border, illegal refugees are now complaining about lack of housing there.
What happens in Las Vegas doesn't always stay in Las Vegas.
A Canadian pastor was forced to dig endless holes in the ground as part of his "hard labor" imprisonment in North Korea. Hyeon Soo Lim, 62, spoke to a Mississauga, Ontario church on Sunday about his two years in a prison camp for "crimes agains the state" -- a state that is not only communist but atheist and hostile to Christianity.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo says he's seen all of the unmasking requests made by members of the Obama administration during the election.
The tent city prepared by the Canadian military for illegal refugees is ready for occupancy, according to a Thursday Canadian Department of National Defense (DND) announcement.
An U.S. veteran from Afghanistan who now serves in the House of Representatives wants military members to sign an anti-suicide oath when they leave the service. According to the Stars and Stripes, Florida Republican Congressman Brian Mast was on deployment to Kandahar in 2010 when a roadside bomb blew off both his legs. He believes an "Oath of Exit" administered to military personnel will prevent suicides among veterans who will be bound to call a friend before they attempt to take their own lives.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) has rebuffed Democrats for Life of America, dismissing the pro-life group associated with the Democratic Party.