Because… ENVIRONMENT! Can’t you just hear Catherine McKenna’s shrill voice grating on your ears? How dare mere citizens question the wisdom of handing $12 million to a company who posted an $800 million profit in 2018? Obviously, this is a company in dire need of government cash because it can’t afford refrigerators. Nobody is buying Climate Barbie’s nonsense, … [Read more...]
Should Arthur Topham Have Sexually Assaulted 23 Women Instead?
That may seem a strange title for an article about our legal system, but after reading about Campbell Ernest Crichton, the former Duncan, BC, physiotherapist who faces charges he sexually assaulted at least 23 of his former patients, it seems to be the correct title. A February 21, 2014, article in The Province started thus: A hearing has been ordered in the case of a … [Read more...]
Government of Canada poised to steal bank accounts, just like Cyprus did, in event of banking collapse
One year ago the island state of Cypress stole money from its citizens and gave it to major bank, one of which folded anyway. Calling the theft “a necessary measure” to keep the state economically viable, politicians rewarded the very institutions responsible for the economic crisis gripping the tiny nation. The banks will do anything to avoid the consequences of their own … [Read more...]
Stephen Harper Loves his Canadian “Meat Puppets With Wallets”
One of my favourite characters from the now-finished television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” was Spike, played by James Marsters. Spike had a great sense of humour and with rare exception viewed the human race with disdain. One of his best lines of the series was when he said, “I love humans. They’re bloody Happy Meals with legs!” In the wake of recent, and some would … [Read more...]
Paying for Our Own Cultural Destruction
by Frank Hilliard Unless you live in one of the gentrified, metrosexual enclaves of Montreal, Toronto or Vancouver, you've probably never heard of Tom Perlmutter. You've paid for him, but like many of the globalists in our midst, he's been working just below the radar to dissolve and diminish Canadian culture and national identity. Perlmutter, the son of a Holocaust … [Read more...]
When Compliance with the Nanny State is More Important than Education
[powerpress] Andrea Hernandez just wants to get an education. She is, by all accounts I can find, a good student. She’s also a human being who understands we must never allow ourselves to be tracked like pieces of meat in a grocery store. Andrea Hernandez decided that when her high school issued mandatory RFID-enabled high school ID cards, she would not be a … [Read more...]
Since Pauline Marois is so ashamed to be Canadian maybe we ought to cut off the money tap
I find it thoroughly repulsive that the so-called Premier-elect of Quebec, Pauline Marois, removed the Canadian flag from the Quebec Legislature when she was sworn in. As the premier of a Canadian province she ought to have a little more class than that, one would hope. But as a separatist at heart it seems she just couldn't wait to slap Canadians across our collective … [Read more...]
MP Pensions: Justified for Service Rendered, or just more pigs feeding at the Taxpayer-Funded Trough?
I know I’m not alone in thinking that our Members of Parliament have taken advantage of the system. Decade in and decade out they seem to do little but vote themselves ever larger pay increases, fatter pensions. Oh, and more government intrusion into our daily lives as well. Overblown MP pensions have infuriated a lot of Canadians and even Prime Minister Harper seems to be … [Read more...]
Colorado Legislators to Voters: It’s not a tax, it’s a fee!”
Governments across North America are finding that their meal tickets are less and less willing to pay for bloated and wasteful governments. Here in Canada, the Jack Layton and his New Democratic Party can't comprehend why we mere peasants are tired of footing the tab for every expensive and stupid idea politicians come up with. He defends his trough feeding while the … [Read more...]
The end of per-vote subsidies is in sight… at last!
One of Jean Chretien's legacies is about to go the way of the dinosaur, and not a moment too soon, as far as I'm concerned. The only question that remains is whether the end of this ridiculous trough-feeding exercise will be instant or gradual. I've said it before and I will say it again today. If a political party's ideas, platforms, policies and beliefs are valid, they … [Read more...]