Canada is very concerned with the issue of terrorism, it has a very specific position of counter-terrorism, it believes that violent extremists are the leading cause of terrorism, it has ways that the international community should respond, and it is willing to contribute to make the problem of terrorism end....
"Government investigators said Friday that they had discovered classified information on the private email account that Hillary Rodham Clinton used while secretary of state, stating unequivocally that those secrets never should have been stored outside of secure government computer systems.
One is the poster child for love of self and nature; the other focuses on the destruction of both man and culture, yet the two hold a startling similarity in their underlying meaning, that in a darkening world of sin and distraction, letting go is the only true path to freedom, peace, and happiness....
Born in Chicago on October 26, 1947, Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton grew up in Park Ridge, Illinois, a solidly Republican suburb of Chicago. In 1964 she supported Republican conservative Barry Goldwater for U.S. President. The following year, she enrolled at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where her political views would undergo a radical transformation.
Rodham was deeply influenced by a 1966 article titled "Change or Containment," which appeared in Motive, a magazine for college-age Methodists. Authored by the Marxist/ist theoretician Carl Oglesby, who was a leader of the , this piece defended Ho Chi Minh, , and Maoist tactics of violence. Its thesis was that "certain cultural settings" (most notably American capitalism) were inherently inequitable and oppressive, and thus caused people to feel "pain and rage" that sometimes erupted into violence -- like that of "the rioters in Watts or Harlem" -- which was "reactive and provoked" rather than aggressive or malicious. Hillary later said that the Motive article had played a key role in her metamorphosis from Goldwater Republican in 1964 to leftist Democrat in 1968. During her years as First Lady of the United States, Mrs. Clinton would tell a Newsweek reporter that she still treasured the Oglesby piece.
Following the June 1968 assassination of Democratic presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy, Hillary ended her affiliation with the Wellesley campus Young Republicans and volunteered in New Hampshire to work on the presidential campaign of antiwar candidate Eugene McCarthy. When McCarthy later dropped out of the Democratic primary, Hillary threw her support behind the Party's eventual nominee, Hubert Humphrey. From that point forward, wrote Barbara Olson in her 1999 book Hell to Pay, "Republicans were the enemy and the enemy was allied with evil -- the evils of war, racism, sexism, and poverty."
In late August 1968, when the so-called incited massive countercultural protests and violent riots near the venue of that year's Democratic National Convention (in Chicago), Hillary for three nights during the mayhem.
HILLARY'S ADMIRATION FOR SAUL ALINSKY
In 1969 Hillary wrote her 92-page Wellesley on the theories of radical Chicago organizer . A great admirer of Alinsky's activist tactics, Hillary with the famed author several times in 1968 to interview him personally. She concluded her thesis by :
Speech to the NAACP, Emphasizing America's Racism
On July 18, 2016 -- the day after a black gunman had and murdered three police officers in Baton Rouge, and eleven days after a Black Lives Matter supporter had shot and five police officers in Dallas -- Mrs. Clinton delivered a campaign to the NAACP, in which she emphasized the injustices of the American criminal-justice system. Aside from some initial remarks lauding the bravery of police officers, the importance of the work they do, and the unacceptability of violence against the police, her remarks included the following:
During an April 2016 interview with the New York Daily News, Mrs. Clinton that her tax proposals would increase taxes on the American people by more than $1 trillion over the ensuing ten years. "I have connected up my proposals for the kind of investments I want to make with the taxes that I think have to be raised," she said. "So on individual pieces of my agenda, I try to demonstrate clearly that I have a way for paying for paid family leave, for example, for debt-free tuition. So I would spend about $100 billion a year. And I think it's affordable, and I think it's a smart way to make investments, to go back to our economic discussion, that will contribute to growing the economy." Specifically, Clinton's tax plan the following elements:
In August 2015, Mrs. Clinton held an impromptu, videotaped with three activists who complained about the injustice of the "mass incarceration" of African Americans. In her response, Clinton said: "This country has still not recovered from its original sin [slavery] ... Your analysis is totally fair. It's historically fair, it's psychologically fair, it's economically fair. But you're gonna have to come together as a movement and say, 'here's what we want done about it. Because you can get lip service from as many white people as you can pack into Yankee Stadium, and a million more like it, who are going to say, 'oh, we get it, we get it, we're going to be be nicer.' Okay? That's not enough ... All I'm suggesting is, even for us sinners [white people], find some common ground on agendas that can make a difference right here and now in people's lives. And that's what I would love to, you know, have your thoughts about, because that's what I'm trying to figure out how to do."
Likening Republicans Who Favor the Enforcement of Immigration Laws, to Nazis
In July 2015, the PACs America Rising and Women Speak Out a new that chronicled the longstanding close relationship that Mrs. Clinton has had with the nation's largest abortion provider, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). The report , among other things, that:
"How can any of that be true? How can it be true that Black children are 500 percent more likely to die from asthma than white kids? Five hundred percent! More than a half century after Dr. King marched and Rosa Parks sat and John Lewis bled, after the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act and so much else, how can any of these things be true? But they are. And our problem is not all kooks and Klansman. It’s also in the cruel joke that goes unchallenged. It’s in the off-hand comments about not wanting 'those people' in the neighborhood. Let’s be honest: For a lot of well-meaning, open-minded white people, the sight of a young Black man in a hoodie still evokes a twinge of fear. And news reports about poverty and crime and discrimination evoke sympathy, even empathy, but too rarely do they spur us to action or prompt us to question our own assumptions and privilege. We can’t hide from any of these hard truths about race and justice in America. We have to name them and own them and then change them."
It’s time to change our approach. It’s time to end the era of mass incarceration. We need a true national debate about how to reduce our prison population while keeping our communities safe.