by Tim McNamara On 20 June 2013 the town of High River, Alberta, was inundated by one of the worst floods in a hundred years – homes were destroyed, bridges washed out, and the town was completely evacuated. Unfortunately
Let me get this straight. Government bureaucrats screwed up on data entry so that’s why we should KEEP the flawed long gun registry? That is a ludicrous argument, but that’s exactly what writer Patrick Cain of Global News is saying.
After Bill C-19 passed and was proclaimed into law Canada’s so-called “Long Gun Registry” was officially dead. Except that it wasn’t. The law said it was, but the RCMP is still dragging its heels when it comes to actually deleting
When the Police choose which laws they will obey, what do you have? This question has come up this week in the wake of the refusal of at least 5 provincial Chief Firearms Officers across Canada to obey the law
Senator Daniel Lang is opposed to gun registration, and for good reason. He comprehends history. Senator Lang represents The Yukon, and was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Stephen Harper in 2009. He comprehends the issues that are important
Yes, the title is sarcastic. The handgun registry is every bit as useless as the long gun registry, something this teen armed robber proves for me. This is the second time Canada has dropped long gun registration. Most people choose
As anyone following the mewling cries of Windy Wendy Cukier and the vitriol spewing forth from Lying Heidi Rathjen is already aware, today, December 6th, is the day we remember an insane madman and the 14 women he murdered in
When all else fails, Heidi Rathjen and her fellow anti-gun zealots always resort to one final cry: You will have blood on your hands!!! It’s as predictable as rain in Vancouver, drought in the desert and snow in Alps in
There is a wise old saying based on Proverbs 17:28 that goes like this: Sometimes it’s better to remain silent and let the world think you’re a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. John W. Warnock
Date: November 6, 2011 Crime: Murder Location: Downtown Vancouver — Ash and West 7th Avenue Nearest Police Station: 1 block away Weapon Used: Handgun Handgun Registration Implemented in Canada since: 1934 Sunday morning’s broad daylight hit just a block from
With all the weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth over the impending demise of Canada’s failed (and useless and error-ridden) long gun registry, there is a “Big Lie” being spouted off by Windy Wendy Cukier and lying bureaucrats like Belleville
Peter Sedge is your average Canadian. He pays his taxes, he owns his own small business that employs other Canadians. And he owns firearms. Legally. That last word is very important. The Toronto Police Services doesn’t like law-abiding firearm owners.