Tommy Robinson is perhaps the most persecuted and prosecuted man in the United Kingdom. He is persecuted because he dares to report the other side of the story. Tommy speaks truth to power and stands up for the forgotten men, women and children of our Nation. He now faces Another Un-Civil Case with HUGE Costs!
Tommy Robinson is perhaps the most persecuted and prosecuted man in the United Kingdom. He is persecuted because he dares to report the other side of the story. Tommy speaks truth to power and stands up for the forgotten men, women and children of our Nation. He now faces another un-civil case with HUGE costs!
In addition to the Christian ministry D. James Kennedy Ministries (DJKM) and Maajid Nawaz, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes, Baltimore lawyer Glen Keith Allen, and former heroin addict Craig Nelsen have sued the SPLC for defamation and various other claims. The CIS lawsuit was struck down because it...
Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff is a woman caught up in extraordinary times. She has been hectored, vilified, persecuted and prosecuted for the grave offense of telling the truth about Mohammed and his "marriage" to a very young child as related in Islamic sacred literature. Her case has exposed the grave danger to freedom of speech (and thus, freedom...
Less than 18 months after Facebook led a draconian ban of all cryptocurrency related advertising ("Ad Ban"), it turns out that Facebook itself was planning its own multi-billion-dollar Libra cryptocurrency.
Following President Trump's executive order to recognize The Golan as part of Israel, the 28-country European Union (EU), as if stung by a wasp, sprung into immediate opposition: how dare Trump side with Israel when we have Islam to appease? Wasn't the Embassy move to Jerusalem jarring enough?
This week, Andrew discusses how the Ford government in Ontario is waging war against judicial activism, and what a tragic case about B.C. tells us about the federal government's bungling of the immigration file.
On Feb. 1, the National Heritage Committee submitted the report called for by the passage of M-103 last winter. M-103 surprised its backers when it turned out not to be the slam dunk they thought it would be, given that its founding predecessor document, Petition e-411, which called for a "whole-of-government approach to reducing or eliminating...
The last newsletter promised to keep you updated on the fight against M-103 even as the related Heritage Committee Report hit the streets.