Tuesday, July 14, 2015

But Wait! There's More!

There usually is....

While many in Iran and even the usual wags will see the new deal with Iran as just a political setback for Benjamin Netanyahu, they should remember that this deal, which has been envisioned since 2008, doesn't require Iran to stop enriching nuclear material, allows arms deals with China and Russia and there is no way to make Iran accountable should it break the agreement.

How embarrassing:

For believers in deep green ideology, humans are merely a harmful cancer on the planet which is why Elizabeth May and her Green Party devised policy on global population control.

So far, the policy may not be as draconian as China's "one child" policy.  For now, they are content to use tax credits and government payments in a manner that will see additional funding denied to families with more than two children. Clearly aware of how awful this sounds when said out loud, she's already back-pedalling away from this foul idea

There's no bigot like a loudmouth bigot.

The Red Toronto Star beclowns itself:

It's embarrassing that the left still shills for the multitude of lone wolves who are motivated by Islamism to commit acts of terror.

Behold medical science:

Thanks to Amant's team's efforts and those of others inspired by him, there is a now a standardized list of chemotherapy drugs that can and cannot be used during pregnancy. As well, Amant's group has compiled evidence dispelling the belief that pregnancy per se reduces the chances of success for cancer treatment. "Initially, though," he admits, "it was hard to get grants to do this work as funders just did not think it was realistic."


Some people value their possessions more than their kids:

A mom has sparked outrage after she refused to allow firefighters to break into her car to save her toddler son from the heat because the vehicle was too expensive to damage.

The unnamed mother was unable to open the door of her BMW when it accidentally locked itself.

Her three-year-old son was trapped inside and was suffering in the heat as no windows were open.

Firefighters who arrived at the scene in Yiwu city, China, were about to break the glass to rescue the boy - but his mum told them she wanted to wait for a locksmith instead so the car would not be damaged.

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