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  • Canadian military reservist Nathan Cirillo was killed at gunpoint this week by a jihadist gunman in his nation's capital, leaving behind a loving family and several adopted dogs for which loved ones say he harbored a deep devotion.

    Those dogs, media sources report, remain waiting for Cirillo at his door, peering out his gate alongside makeshift memorials left for the fallen soldier. According to sources cited by the Daily Mail, Cirillo was known to be dedicated to helping dogs, owning two of his own and recently nursing a stray back to health. Canada's CTV News reports that two dogs were seen by passersby leaving flowers in Cirillo's honor peeking through the gate of his home in Hamilton, Ontario.

  • Dr. James Dobson, one of America’s best-known Christian leaders, founder of Family Talk Radio, a courtroom opponent of Obamacare and, just recently, the National Day of Prayer speaker who called Barack Obama the “abortion president,” warns American is heading toward “depravity.”

    In his October 2014 newsletter, a copy of which is available online, he wrote about the Old Testament account of Abraham’s nephew, Lot, “who chose to take his family into the wicked cities of Sodom and Gomorrah.”

  • Given that President Obama has promised to take executive action, the recent government solicitation for material for millions of green cards and work permits is suspicious, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said in a statement to Breitbart News on Friday.

    “President Obama has made it very clear that he plans to use authority that he doesn’t have to unilaterally allow people to come into and remain in the United States, ahead of those who have stood in line for years,” Grassley, the Ranking Member of the Senate Judiary Committee, said. 

  • Where is the GOP's John Wayne when you need him? Not, apparently, in Texas.

    When Ebola-infected Thomas Duncan landed in Dallas, he instantly became a deadly international health threat to U.S. citizens and America's frontline health workers. The Liberian national became the face here for a growing pandemic that has already killed thousands of Africans and is decimating the societal fabric and governmental institutions of three countries in West Africa.

    Understandably, the man's diagnosis sparked a rash of panic throughout the country about a horrific, mysterious and incurable disease that Americans had only heard about from far away lands or in horror films.

  • WASHINGTON – A dark sunspot cluster on the sun said to nearly the size of the planet Jupiter is coming into alignment with Earth

    AR2192, estimated to be 80,000 miles wide, is said to be spewing powerful solar flares in the most extreme X-range, some 14 times the size of Earth.

    The Solar Dynamics observatory of NASA has been observing the sunspot as it has increasingly come into alignment with Earth.

    The flares create beautiful auroral displays at high latitudes. But in a direct hit on Earth, the high electromagnetic energy particles produced could knock out all vulnerable electronics.

  •  No matter which way the election goes, anger among conservative grass-roots voters will ensure that the struggle over amnesty for illegal immigrants will not be ending anytime soon.

  •  New York City health officials are racing to trace people who may have had contact with Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer, even as they try to prevent panic by assuring residents there’s little danger of catching the deadly disease.

  •  It is too early to say that the U.S. strategy against the Islamic State is imploding, but it is scarcely too soon to question whether this is possible. In fact, it is far from clear that the original U.S. strategy ever planned to deal with the complications that have arisen since President Obama officially announced a portion of what that strategy really had to be.

  •  Picking up where they left off, U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and her Republican challenger Scott Brown on Thursday used their latest debate to again emphasize their differences on immigration, the Islamic State group, Ebola and their efforts to help small businesses.

  •  Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul Allen said Thursday he was boosting his donations to combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to $100 million.

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