Muslims Should Turn People In, According to Donald Trump

Donald Trump’s opinion on Muslims are always so interesting.

When Sadiq Khan became the newly elected Mayor of London, Donald Trump expressed his happiness and even offered for Khan to be the ‘exception’ to his no-Muslim rule. This, to me, came off as kind of patronizing and sounds like “if when you’ve proven you’re a nice enough Muslims you can come into the United States of America”.

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But Donald Trump recently said in an interview with UK’s ITV that Muslims should work with the police and “turn people in”.

You know, as if all Muslim communities are like those friendly cul-de-sacs where everyone is friends with everyone and that one guy who lives in the corner house, Rasheed, is up to no good.

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Panama Papers: Are Offshore Companies Legit?

With the Panama Papers making big headlines, the question arises whether offshore companies and trusts are legitimate. While there are many legitimate uses for offshore companies, we can also see that there are many people who are using it to avoid taxes.

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Mike Duffy Cleared on all 31 Charges

After months of news articles and court visits, the verdict finally came out on Mike Duffy. Justice Charles Vaillancourt has cleared Duffy on all 31 charges as the Crown failed to get a single charge of fraud, breach of trust and bribery.



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Is Internet a ‘Human Right’? – vlog post

The internet is a big part of our lives nowadays, but is it a ‘human right’? That’s a good question, especially considering job searching and education.

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why are people taking their lives in Attawapiskat?

This could potentially be one of the saddest stories I’ve research. Attawapiskat has declared a state of emergency, but has been dealing with various issues for the last decade. From lack of housing to lack of mental health resources, this is an incredibly important issue.

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are Donald Trump and Ted Cruz really ‘republicans’? – new vlog post

After the Brussels attack, Ted Cruz proposed patrolling and securing Muslim neighborhoods. It sounded like something taken from a history book, but is it something that Republicans would historically do? Let’s find out!

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Canada’s Human Rights Confusion

Stephane Dion made two major foreign policy announcements in the past coming days: one on North Korea and one of Saudi Arabia.

According to the National Newswatch, Dion condemned the announcement that North Korea tested a hydrogen bomb. On the other hand, the Canada-Saudi Arabia Arms Deal is still going through despite the executions that took place early January.

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The Liberals Hit the Joint Too Early

For starters, let’s ignore the title of this piece.

Justin Trudeau recently announced that legalizing Marijuana, one of the promises the Liberals ran on during the 2015 election, might contradict the international treaties that Canada is apart of. All of the treaties criminalize the possession and the production of Marijuana.

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Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr’s Death and the Frailty of the Middle East

To start off the New Year, Saudi Arabia executed over forty people they were holding as prisoners over ‘terrorism’ charges. One of these prisoners was the Shia Cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.

This is the same Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr who has been the subject of much of the international outrage around the world for sometime over his unjust arrest, who has been arrested on frankly thin charges of inciting violence.

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