Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says "free speech" requires the government to fund oil pipeline protesters while withholding funds from Christian groups.
It’s certainly no surprise in a country whose prime minister wants to raise “feminist” sons and prefers the term "peoplekind" to “mankind,” but Canada’s national anthem has now become “gender neutral.”
As part of a NAFTA "renegotiation," Canada is pushing for progressive changes to the agreement in areas such as labor, indigenous peoples, gender issues, and environmental standards to better implement UN Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030 goals.
Canada is using the NAFTA renegotiation to push for far-reaching progressive changes to both the agreement and domestic U.S. laws.
A close look at the renegotiation objectives announced this week by the Trump administration should concern any American who treasures our nation's independence.
President Donald Trump's reversal of the previous administration's unilateral concessions to the Communist Castro regime ruling Cuba drew widespread praise. However, not everyone was happy.
Several top officials in the Trump administration are attending this year's secrecy-obsessed Bilderberg meeting, an annual globalist gathering of the world's self-appointed elites and a select group of their “useful idiots.” The reason for their attendance was not immediately clear, nor was it clear whether President Trump had approved their visit. But the implications could be massive, and analysts say Trump should be on guard.
Americans, beware — globalists in Congress and burrowed inside the Trump administration are plotting to double down on the economy-crushing, sovereignty-stealing North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). At least, that is their plan, if they think Trump and the American people will let them get away with it.
Last week, after President Donald Trump decided not to withdraw from NAFTA yet, his U.S. Trade Representative formally notified Congress that the administration intends to re-negotiate and “modernize” the controversial “free-trade” regime. It is being painted as a fulfillment of Trump's campaign promises. But all of the available evidence so far indicates that nothing could be further from the truth.
Nothing ever seems to change. With Puerto Rico headed for bankruptcy court, the backstop, the final payor, is again, and always seems to be, the American taxpayer.