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Peacekeeping Is A Distraction

Remember, Trudeau Had To Wait For the U.N. Before Calling This A Genocide…

In exclusive interviews, photos and research, The Associated Press has documented and mapped 72 of the mass graves, the most comprehensive survey so far, with many more expected to be uncovered as the Islamic State group’s territory shrinks. In Syria, AP has obtained locations for 17 mass graves, including one with the bodies of hundreds of members of a single tribe all but exterminated when IS extremists took over their region. For at least 16 of the Iraqi graves, most in territory too dangerous to excavate, officials do not even guess the number of dead. In others, the estimates are based on memories of traumatized survivors, Islamic State propaganda and what can be gleaned from a cursory look at the earth. Still, even the known victims buried are staggering — from 5,200 to more than 15,000

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Privatize Comedy

I’ve always found the quality of comedy coming from government comedians to be lacking. This guy would literally shit his pants if he was facing a gun…

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Assimilation Alert

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Great Moments In Canadian Healthcare

Denied…

denied

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Staged News Photo

As I said a few days ago:

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Media Bias 101

A leader won’t take a break from his holiday to fly around a bit and say a few words of comfort. He doesn’t have to drag his Secret Service entourage around on the ground and get in the way but just go there and pretend that he cares… Trudeau took lessons from this guy.

2005: A Republican president takes three days to survey a natural disaster in Louisiana and Mississippi after cutting a vacation short.

The media at the time declares that was way too long, far too insensitive, even pushes a narrative that labels him racist.

2016: A Democratic president will not only cut a vacation short in any capacity to survey a natural disaster in Louisiana — the worst of any kind to hit the country in four years — but hasn’t even made any public statements on it. Not one.

The media of 2016 now yawns. Basically indicates its no big deal and if there is actual criticism, it doesn’t lead a cable news hour or go anywhere near a front page.

Thinking of teaching a class on partisan media one day? Put this example at the top of your syllabus.

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Joke Costs $42,000 in Canada

 If I lose that I’ll just move to Syria or Saudi Arabia, or some other country that respects free speech as much as Canada does,

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