This is part of my ongoing series on Canadian Mass Murders. It comes as no surprise to me, nor should it come as one to you, that December 6th is dedicated to hating men when the official Montreal Massacre narrative says all men are responsible for Gamil Gharbi's actions. Garbage. This flies in the face of the facts spelled out by Montreal coroner Teresa Sourour in … [Read more...]
Moncton RCMP Shooting: Is the NFA’s wading into the fray the right thing to do?
As most already know, this past Wednesday evening saw 3 RCMP members shot dead, with more wounded. The entire city of Moncton, put on lockdown until police finally captured their intended target late Thursday, finally resumed more normal operation. Government buildings and schools closed for the manhunt reopened. Residents, prevented from returning to their homes due to … [Read more...]
Stupid Toronto Star Reporters Shouldn’t Write About Canadian Firearms Law
You can't stop people from being stupid. You can, as a reporter writing about stupid people, base your story at least in the same universe as reality, if not on the same planet. Jacques Gallant, a staff reporter for Toronto's The Star newspaper, clearly doesn't have a clue what he's writing about in his article "Handguns Easily Resold to Potential Criminals" when he … [Read more...]
The sign you’ll NEVER see posted on Nancy Pelosi’s front door, but she insists be post on yours.
[powerpress] As I wrote the other day in "And the 2012 Hypocrisy Award goes to…", anti-gun hypocrites believe guns in their hands (or the hands of their publicly-funded security agents) are absolutely fine... it's guns in the hands of we mere citizens that they think are the big problem. The gun-banning fanatics insist that if we just took all the guns guns away from … [Read more...]
“Windy Wendy” Cukier wastes no time in whining to the media about court loss
"Windy Wendy" Cukier, ever the complainer, didn't waste a second in getting her sniveling complaints out to the media in the wake of Ontario Superior Court of Justice Judge D. M. Brown's decision to kill The Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic lawsuit to keep the long gun registry data. "This decision is a setback but we will continue to fight for sensible controls on … [Read more...]
Maurice Corriveau: Gun Owner Licensing and Firearm Registration System a proven failure. Again.
A case coming out of Noelville, Ontario, is once again proving the utter uselessness of Canada’s entire “gun control” system. On March 18, 2011 Maurice Corriveau was arrested and charged with three counts of unauthorized possession of a firearm after police searched his home. By his own admittance he had tried to apply for a firearms license but when his application was … [Read more...]
Poking fun at the NDP “elite”, who clearly know nothing about guns or gun laws
The NDP is trying to make a name for themselves by protecting that most sacred of Sacred Cows in Canadian Politics, the gun registry. It’s failed on every front imaginable, yet even NDP leadership candidate Nathan Cullen, who voted FOR scrapping the registry before, is now “seeing the light” and wants to save the miserable cow. Apparently his constituents have now given … [Read more...]
Quebec wants a provincial gun registry but doesn’t want to pay for it
Quebec is leading the charge to have a provincial gun registry, but in typical fashion, doesn't want to pay for it. "Quebec should lead the way on provincial registries," Universite de Montreal law professor Stephane Beaulac said. But a Quebec registry is unlikely unless Ottawa lets the province have the data, he said. "It's too cost-prohibitive to start from … [Read more...]
The Big Lie and Canada’s Doomed Long Gun Registry
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 Ontario Police Chief Cory McMullan. I say lying because if anyone should know the truth about Canada's "gun control" system it … [Read more...]