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November 29, 2014

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Julie Bosman – The Epitome of Hypocrite and “Stupid Little Bitch”

For those who don’t know, Julie Bosman is an [alleged] journalist who works for the New York Times. That’s the title the New York Times gives her, anyway. I call her an irresponsible and hypocritical little bitch who felt it was her absolute right to violate the privacy of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. Officer […]

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November 27, 2014

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Censorship Essential to Combat Terrorism says British Prime Minister David Cameron

Governments of all kinds despise Freedom of Speech. Dictatorships despise it because, if allowed, their detractors relentlessly denigrate them and their lack of integrity. Democracies despise Freedom of Speech for precisely the same reason. Freedom of Speech allows mere citizens to comment upon the actions of their so-called leaders, both good and bad. The United […]

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November 15, 2014

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Why do American Doctors want to know if Patients own Firearms?

Why do American family physicians want to know if their patients own Firearms before treating them for [insert medical issue here]? The only doctor who will ask you about gun ownership before treating you is a doctor who hates guns. Any doctor who hunts or target shoots or believes in your Right to Self-Defense isn’t […]

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November 15, 2014

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Support Companies Unafraid To Call This Holiday By Its Name: Christmas

I admit it.  I’m one of those “old-fashioned” people who call this holiday by it’s actual name: Christmas.  I’m no fan of “Happy Holidays” since the holiday has a name: Christmas. We would never dream of calling Valentine’s Day by some other name.  We wouldn’t dare call Remembrance Day by some pathetic misnomer, yet for […]

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November 13, 2014

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Our Right to Privacy vs Police Need to Investigate Crime – Who Wins?

Police want easy access to personal information, generally with the assurance that they will not misuse the data they collect. The trouble is they almost always misuse the data, or if that statement seems too unfair, they often use it in ways never intended and they said they would never do. Take the testimony of […]

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November 11, 2014

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Lest We Forget – Today is the day we Honour our Veterans

Respect. It’s a small word meaning “esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person, a personal quality or ability.“ That definition perfectly describes why we ought to set down our own petty lives for an hour a year and honour the brave men and women who came before us and […]

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November 10, 2014

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Remembrance Day is NOT a National Holiday

Remembrance Day is not a national holiday, despite being listed in the Holidays Act. The Holidays Act lists three holidays, Canada Day, Victoria Day and Remembrance Day. Canada Day and Victoria Day are “legal holidays” while Remembrance Day is “a holiday”. This small distinction means it is not treated as a statutory holiday across the […]

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November 9, 2014

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Denigrating Nathan Cirillo and Our Veterans on Remembrance Day

Canada watched in horror as the man standing guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier lay dead on the ground, gunned down in cold blood by a radicalized Muslim nutcase. While a nation mourned the death of Corporal Nathan Cirillo others just couldn’t help themselves.  They had to dance in the blood of the […]

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October 26, 2014

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William Coleman III – “Situational Awareness of a Pickle”

It would be hilarious if it wasn’t so predictable. William Coleman III buys a gun but has no idea how to use it. He has no concept of situational awareness and believes, wrongly, that because he carries a gun he will be safe. He straps on his new handgun and carries it publicly, all perfectly […]

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October 10, 2014

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You’ve always WANTED to shoot your alarm clock, right?

Don’t deny it.  You’ve always WANTED to shoot your alarm clock, right? Well, now you can with this unique offering on Groupon.  I was tipped to the shootable alarm clock by a co-worker who knew I want to shoot mine every morning. I like that it is both the clock and gun are battery-powered.  I […]

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October 7, 2014

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Anti-Fur Activists Rejoiced Until Public Safety Minister Reversed RCMP Muskrat Hat Decision

The news that the RCMP would abandon muskrat hats due to pressure from anti-fur activists was a little strange. “We have listened to the views of external interested parties and of our employees,” wrote RCMP Corps Sergeant-Major Darren Campbell. “RCMP officers stationed in areas that are not considered extreme will be issued the winter tuque […]

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