CBS4 Investigation Finds People Voting Twice
An ongoing CBS4 voter fraud investigation has uncovered a dozen cases where Coloradans are suspected of voting twice. Previous CBS4 Investigations revealed ballots cast in the names of Coloradans who had been dead for months– sometimes years- before votes were cast in their names.
In six of the new cases, voting records show the same people voting twice in Colorado elections. In another six cases, people are suspected of voting in Colorado and another state during the same election cycle.
Transgender kids coming out younger, experts say after judges ordered 4-year-old to dress like a boy
More young transgender people are coming out, a sign that societal attitudes are becoming more welcoming when it comes to gender issues, according to an Alberta psychiatrist.
Edmonton-based Dr. Lorne Warneke is speaking out after CBC News reported Monday that two judges in southern Alberta had ruled that a child at the centre of a custody battle — who was born male but began identifying as a girl as early as age three — must dress as a boy.
UN Declares JUNK FOOD A ‘Human Rights’ Issue
A United Nations special representative called on the leaders of the world to craft policies that confront cheap, un-nutritious, industrially produced food Tuesday.
The UN special representative for the right to food also said governments need to craft stricter measures for corporate food producers without influence from food companies, the Associated Press reports.
“Within the human rights framework, states are obliged to ensure effective measures to regulate the food industry, ensure that nutrition policymaking spaces are free from private sector influence and implement comprehensive policies that combat malnutrition in all its forms,” Hilal Elver, the UN’s special representative on the right to
French government pledges €250 million extra funding for French police
Faced with the growing anger of French police, the government has met with unions in Paris in an effort to defuse tensions.
Spontaneous protests by officers have sprung up in the last week over a lack of resources, an ever-increasing workload and a lack of up-to-date equipment to protect them from attack.
One police woman at the protest said she was there to ‘tell the government we’re unhappy with the current situation’ saying the , the police are suffering from ‘a lack of consideration, means and workforce’, she added ‘we can’t go on like
Brussels FURIOUS as Switzerland prioritises jobs for Swiss people
While not even a member of the 28-country bloc, the European Union (EU) nonetheless demanded a meeting with the Swiss migration minister yesterday.
Mario Gattiker said he was not in Brussels to defend the planned policy but “only to inform”.
He was questioned by EU officials about the “local preference light” scheme, which would see employers prioritise Swiss residents over non-Swiss residents
Christians living in a migrant centre in Rotenburg, central Germany, are facing death threats and ‘sentencing’ by unofficial Sharia council, according to a shocking study released by the Christian persecution charity.In one horrifying case, a Christian migrant returned from church to find a notice in one of the rooms saying: “To all Muslims: now is the time to behead the unbelievers.”Christians were forced to flee the camp in a desperate bid to avoid an attack, according to research by Open Doors.One Iranian recalled the terrifying moment she heard a group of men shouting: “Whoever finds an Iranian woman today may rape and killer her. Kill them all.“You may kill and rape them. You can do it, everywhere. Wherever you find them, you may