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
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
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.
What does a burning Ukraine Police Station and the High River RCMP have in Common? Both police forces have no respect for their citizens or the Rule of Law. In the town of Vradiyevka, Ukraine, roughly 330 kilometers south of
RCMP members and commanders in High River, Alberta, are the worst kind of criminals imaginable. They lay in wait for you until you are at your most vulnerable before they rape and pillage your belongings and then demand YOU
US Department of Justice says, “We don’t need no stinking warrants.” It’s always reassuring when the minions of the state do precisely the opposite of what they ought. Instead of protecting and defending the rights of we “mere citizens” they
Never let it be said that you can’t make a difference. When the Conservatives introduced Bill C-30, titled the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act, Vic Toews said anyone who didn’t agree with the bill was standing “with the
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
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
This video contains language not suitable for all audiences, as the saying goes, but is absolutely hilarious nevertheless. This clip has floated around the internet for some time, but never in the context of opposing Bill C-30. If you have
The Conservative Government of Stephen Harper has introduced Bill C-30, disingenuously named the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act. This Act seeks to force Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to provide police with your personal private information WITHOUT A SEARCH WARRANT.