Vic Toews’ Bill C-30: The cost of online spying — Your privacy and your wallet

Bill C-30 must be stopped and OpenMedia.ca is helping spread the word about the assault on Freedom contained within it. One person’s comment on YouTube pretty much summed up how I feel about Bill C-30: I shouldn’t have to surrender

…Read More… Vic Toews’ Bill C-30: The cost of online spying — Your privacy and your wallet

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

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

Vic Toews: Politicians, like diapers, should be changed often, and for the same reason

While claiming it’s perfectly reasonable for the government to spy on its citizens, the shoe is clearly on the other foot in a lovely social media twist that makes a point to Canada’s Minister of Public Safety, Vic Toews. Toews

…Read More… Vic Toews: Politicians, like diapers, should be changed often, and for the same reason

Conservative MP Cheryl Gallant understands why gun owners hate the Firearms Act. Pity the Minister of Public Safety, Vic Toews, isn’t listening to her

On Tuesday, February 7, 2012, Conservative MP Cheryl Gallant rose in the House of Commons and made the following speech.  In it she highlights why everyday law-abiding Canadian gun owners despise Canada’s Firearms Act, and why, to quote her, “The

…Read More… Conservative MP Cheryl Gallant understands why gun owners hate the Firearms Act. Pity the Minister of Public Safety, Vic Toews, isn’t listening to her

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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