Trudeau Gives $800 Million Navy Maintenance Contract To French Company

An $800 million contract to maintain and repair new ships for the Royal Canadian Navy has been given to a French company.

AWESOME: D’Souza spoils leftist picnic with hard facts – A Must Watch!

https://youtu.be/vamfWeGMm7w Published on 16 Aug 2017 WWII-era Nazis weren't merely street thugs—they intimidated people using the power of the state and cultural institutions like the media...

Enormous basic lies about vaccination, by Jon Rappoport of No More Fake News

  By Jon Rappoport NoMoreFakeNews.com August 16, 2017 . I've placed these lies in the context of a Q&A: Q: Let's say I accept the idea that vaccines create protection...

Michael Rivero This Week – Charlottesville, Soros, Civil War, Refugees in Canada

Charlottesville, Soros, Civil War, Identity Politics, and Refugees in Canada

POLL: Majority Of Quebecers Want Migrants Turned Back At The Border

Results show the widening gap between the views of politicians, and the citizens they are supposed to represent

VIDEO: Trump Says “Both Sides” Responsible For Charlottesville Violence

Trump’s comments have re-ignited the bipartisan criticism he received after his first comments responding to Charlottesville on Saturday

NYT caught in total bulls##t LIE about Trump and a climate change report… WashPost...

Have you ever stopped and asked yourself why the left-wing media constantly lies to the American people?

North Korea Blinks

In the battle of tough-talk and brinkmanship, North Korea has backed down from their threat to launch missiles into waters near the U.S. Territory of Guam

Why Has Trudeau Been Silent On Burkina Faso Attack That Killed Two Canadians?

  by Spencer Fernando SpencerFernando.com August 14, 2017 He tweeted about the horrible attack in Charlottesville, but why hasn’t he tweeted about two Canadians being brutally murdered? After the...

VIDEO: “Racism Is Evil” Says Trump In New Charlottesville Remarks

After two days of criticism following his initial statement following the Charlottesville attack, U.S. President Donald Trump issued new remarks condemning neo-Nazis, white supremacists, the KKK, and hate groups