Canada police confirmed that this image tweeted from an ISIS account depicts Michael Zehaf-Bibeau. (Twitter)
It’s time for political correctness to take a backseat to acknowledging that Islamic terrorists are on a mission to commit jihad in western nations, according to Rep. Peter King of New York, the former chairman of the Homeland Security Committee who appeared Thursday on Newsmax TV's “America’s Forum.” [Full Story]
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Donald Trump to Mitt Romney: Don't Even Think of Running
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Americans must be willing to draw the lines a little tighter around the freedom they enjoy in order to protect against the kind of attack that occurred in Canada on Wednesday, former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu says. [Full Story]
N. Korea: Kim Jong-Un Freed US Detainee on Obama Request
North Korea said Wednesday that "criminal" US detainee Jeffrey Fowle was freed on the orders of leader Kim Jong-Un following repeated requests from President Barack Obama. The White House has denied requests were made. [Full Story]
David Stockman: The World's Major Central Banks Are 'Sick'
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Can Broccoli Chemical Cure Autism?
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Paralyzed Man Walks After Cells for Smelling Placed in Spine
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