An Open Letter to Jati Sidhu, MP (Mission — Matsqui — Fraser Canyon)

Dear Mr. Jati Sidhu, MP (Mission — Matsqui — Fraser Canyon) I write to you, my elected representative to Parliament, to urge you to vote against Iqra Khalid’s Motion M-103 “Systemic racism and religious discrimination” this week. My rationale is

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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

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The Canadian Charter of Approved Beliefs? I thought it was the Charter of Rights and Freedoms!

I could have sworn we mere citizens, through the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, enjoyed a quaint little notion called Freedom of Religion and that we could not be discriminated against because of our choice of religion. It appears I

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[Video] High River RCMP Dog and Pony Show

RCMP in High River, Alberta, broke into the homes of evacuated residents and seized every firearm that wasn’t bolted down or locked in a safe, claiming “public safety”. These criminals with badges and guns must lose their jobs and face

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RCMP Commissioner Robert Paulson Finally Speaks to High River RCMP Gun Thefts

It took over a week but RCMP Commissioner Robert Paulson finally came out of hiding to face Canadians about the criminal actions of his force in High River, Alberta. Well, he didn’t actually come out of hiding to face Canadians. 

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Lillooet, BC, Takes SLAPPing “Mere Citizens” to an All-New Level

Just down the road from me is the town of Lillooet.  It’s a nice enough place to live except, that is, for the local politicians.  They’re a nightmare; control freaks of the highest order.  Back in 2010 Lillooet Mayor Dennis

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Is Every Phone Call You Make Recorded Without Your Knowledge or Consent?

Constitutions, Charters of Rights and Freedoms, and Bills of Rights mean something under one and only one condition: when those in power choose to follow them. There is not a government in the world that actually respects the documents created

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Mass Hysteria: Government’s Age-Old Boogeyman by Jane Gaffin

Has the world suddenly gone bonkers? Well, no. The world seemingly has been afflicted with mass insanity since time immemorial. Hi-tech toys merely allow the madness to be refined. Eavesdropping on every telephone conversation, snooping into every e-mail message, cameras

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Police overwhelmingly support C-30’s warrantless searches and violation of privacy

It really isn’t a shock to see police chiefs from across Canada coming out in support of the warrantless search and privacy violations contained in Bill C-30, disingenuously named “Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act”.  The Canadian Association of Chiefs

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Individual Rights: What’s the big deal?

I am in the middle of an email conversation with a colleague who professes to believe in the Individual Rights and Freedoms of all Canadians.  I say “professes”, because this individual seems unable to grasp the concept of Individual Rights

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Terrorism Law: A War on Internet

All levels of government are trying to feed balderdash to ordinary Canadians as a way of brainwashing them into feeling guilty unless they willingly accept reverse onus (guilty as charged and no way to prove innocence) without uttering a whimper

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Was Ireneusz Janiszewski Exercising His Charter Rights or Obstructing Justice?

I’ve been meaning to write about this for a few days, but other things just get in the way sometimes.  That’s unfortunate, because this is an important case that deserves attention. On May 30th, 2011 Ireneusz Janiszewski photographed police arresting

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