Prince Rupert School District Despises Freedom of Speech; Orders Teachers to Remove T-Shirts Promoting Section 2(b) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Imagine it… a school district, supposedly in charge of educating our children, deems the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to be “inappropriate”. No, I am not making this up. Prince Rupert School District No. 52 recently banned teachers from

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Leah-Lynn Plante: Guilty until proven innocent, at least as far as the American anarchist movement is concerned

  It’s a sad fact in today’s America that looks win out over substance every single time. The atrocious treatment of Leah-Lynn Plante is just the latest example of a person being vilified for her looks while her principled stance

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Leah-Lynn Plante, Matt Duran and Katherine “Kteoo” Olejnik: Political Prisoners Right Here in America

Seriously. Is anyone really surprised that Barack Obama’s Justice and State Departments are staffed with hypocrites? Does anyone believe that statement is untrue? If yes, then you’re either extremely naïve or very ill-informed.  Let me explain… On August 17, 2012

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Freedom to Read What You Like? Not In Canada…

If you’re a Canadian, do you believe you have the right to read whatever you like? If you do, you’re not alone, even though you are sadly and grossly mistaken. Canada, believe it or not, has a long and sordid

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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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Freedom of Expression? No Thanks, we’re Canadian…

in 2008 the township of Russell Ontario passed a bylaw requiring all posted signage to be bilingual.  Embrun, ON businessman Jean-Serge Brisson (sounds awfully French to me!) challenged the law in court, believing the law violated his Right to Freedom

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