Common Sense Finally Prevails in Russ Caswell’s Civil Forfeiture Nightmare

Russ Caswell, now 70, spent the last two years fighting local, state and federal agencies over who owns Motel Caswell, the motel owned by his family since 1955. I first wrote about Russ Caswell and his civil asset forfeiture nightmare

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Bill C-560: Are Family Courts used to Strip Men of their Rights and Freedoms?

Guest Editorial by Brian Bedard “In the past quarter century, we exposed biases against other races and called it racism, and we exposed biases against women and called it sexism. Biases against men we call humour.” — Dr. Warren Farrell,

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Canadian Constitution Foundation comes to Montague Family’s aid

The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF) will take on Bruce & Donna Montague’s case after Doug Christie’s death left them without counsel to fight property forfeiture under Ontario’s Civil Forfeiture Law. The Canadian Constitution Foundation (http://www.theccf.ca) announced today that it would

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Ian Thomson Triumphs over Asinine justice system… momentarily, at least

January 3, 2012 Ian Thomson of Port Colbourne, Ontario, was found NOT GUILTY by Justice Colvin in a 45-minute decision that finally takes the weight off the man who had the audacity to defend his life from masked men trying

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Charges Dropped Against Moses Mahilal: Is this Crown Prosecutors discovering Common Sense, or merely protecting their conviction rates?

    When I heard the news earlier today that all charges against Moses Mahilal were dropped I was both shocked and elated at the same time.  It’s incredibly uncommon for Ontario Crown Prosecutors to do the right thing… or

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Justice for Orion Hutchinson and his family? Not a chance. Disgraced former RCMP Corporal Benjamin (Monty) Robinson plays the race card and wins

I was disgusted but not surprised that another piece of garbage in an RCMP uniform, Constable Geoff Mantler, walked free the other day, acquitted by Judge Takahashi.  I saw that one coming a mile off. Reading the news, however, that

…Read More… Justice for Orion Hutchinson and his family? Not a chance. Disgraced former RCMP Corporal Benjamin (Monty) Robinson plays the race card and wins

And in British Columbia the Legalization of Killing Continues…

Pastor Jim Butler

With the recent decision of a B.C. Supreme Court judge, that province inched one step closer to creating a macabre open season on human beings. In a strange twist of logic, Supreme Court Justice Lynn Smith ruled that the provisions

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Texas Judge Lanny Moriarty: Arbiter of Justice or Pathetic Little Tyrant?

Common sense.  It’s such a simple thing but it’s in such short supply in our world, isn’t it? The latest case of gross human stupidity to show up on my radar is that of  Texas Judge Lanny Moriarty, who felt

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Castle Doctrine Rebounds in Indiana after stupid Indiana State Supreme Court ruling

The Indiana State Supreme Court made a ridiculous ruling last year in Barnes v. State (May 12, 2011).  That decision said that Indiana state residents had no right to obstruct illegal police invasions of their homes. Folks who actually comprehend

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Bill C-30’s invasions of privacy and warrantless searches are outrageous, but all the other Acts are just fine?

Bruce Cockburn wrote a famous song that contained the line “The trouble with normal is it only gets worse.” The same can be said for governments.  They always get worse, too.  The current so-called Conservative government is a perfect example

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When the whims of murderers are more important than honouring their victims

The Canadian justice system leaves a lot to be desired, even on its best days.  On its worst days, it is a repulsive indictment of our apparent love for a violent serial rapist and murderer and our blatant abhorrence for

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