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13Oct2020

Is Systemic Discrimination a Problem in Canada?

​Absolutely, yes! But not for the reasons our divisive Prime Minister thinks. He believes and presses upon Canadians that we are systemically racist; he is preoccupied with “privilege” and “victimhood”. In short, our government seeks to divide Canadians along the lines of race, sex, ethnicity, and more. Any divide is better than no divide!
  • Tue, October 13, 2020
  • Vicki Gunn
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06Oct2020

Conversion Therapy Ban Is Back on the Agenda

​Priorities tell you something about a person. What a person does is often more revealing than what a person says. That can also be true for an organization, a political party or a government. When Parliament reconvened on September 23 after its prorogation, it launched with a Throne Speech full of unaffordable, pie-in-the-sky promises. This is undoubtedly why the NDP has committed to supporting the scandal-saddled Liberals for now and the foreseeable future. They’re getting everything they’ve ever dreamed of and more; how could they possibly vote against it?
  • Tue, October 06, 2020
  • Rod Taylor
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29Sep2020

Imagine There’s No Uncles…

​No aunts, no cousins too. No siblings either. This is what young people today are being told to imagine for their grandchildren. The “One planet... one child” idea is being promoted with ads in Vancouver.
  • Tue, September 29, 2020
  • Peter Vogel
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22Sep2020

No Free Lunch: Trudeau Buying Votes With Your Grandchildren’s Money

​In the old days—not so very long ago—it was common practice to actually buy votes by giving cash to voters in exchange for a promise of support at the polls. The so-called “rotten boroughs” or “pocket boroughs” in England were essentially owned by one man, or his family, and through cash incentives or the pressure imposed by a landlord, voters were persuaded to vote for the people with the money and power. On top of that, voters did not have a secret ballot, so the pressures and inducements could be applied with real consequences.
  • Tue, September 22, 2020
  • Rod Taylor
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15Sep2020

Laws Are for the Little People

It hardly seems to be news anymore. The Liberals and their “accidental” breaking of the law is just so common that I hesitate to comment on it. Bill Morneau fined for breaking electoral law… Blah, Blah!
  • Tue, September 15, 2020
  • Vicki Gunn
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08Sep2020

COVID, Chaos and Coercion

In times of chaos, there are two major dangers: Anarchy and Totalitarianism. The government can either abandon the streets to lawlessness and looting or the government itself can impose soul-choking regulations. Both must be avoided.
  • Tue, September 08, 2020
  • Rod Taylor
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01Sep2020

Borrowing Prosperity, Postponing Austerity

​Hundreds of billions of dollars have been borrowed this year by our federal government. When the borrowed money runs out and the payments need to be made, how will the government generate the revenue to make the payments?
  • Tue, September 01, 2020
  • Peter Vogel
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26Aug2020

Erin O’Toole Supports Abortion-on-Demand and the LGBTQ Agenda

​35% of Conservatives Voted for a Pro-life Leader, Instead, They Got a Pro-Abortion, Pro-LGBT Politician Peter Mackay’s “front-runner” status in the Conservative Leadership race is gone. His conflating of traditional marriage and the protection of innocent human life with a “stinking albatross around the neck of the Conservative Party” was properly rejected by a majority of the 174,000 Conservative members who voted in their recent leadership race. Some pro-lifers are rejoicing that the most outspoken Red Tory on the stage did not win. But do they really have any reason to celebrate?
  • Wed, August 26, 2020
  • Rod Taylor
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25Aug2020

2020: What a Year It Is!

This past week, we’ve learned that Canada Revenue Agency was hacked. Our Finance Minister has resigned. Our Deputy Prime Minister has been appointed to serve also as Finance Minister, along with a few other changes that did not affect who was part of the inner circle. (I can’t help wondering why no new blood was brought in!)
  • Tue, August 25, 2020
  • Vicki Gunn
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18Aug2020

Needles in the Playground

​The great Canadian dream of home ownership, productive, meaningful work, safe streets and playgrounds for our children and engaged communities is unravelling in cities across this country. One troubling display of this societal collapse is found in the residential community of Strathcona in Vancouver, BC; it is just one of many communities suffering from legislative, bureaucratic and judicial myopia, but it reveals how deep are the roots of decay and how resistant to remedy. It also demonstrates the absolute urgency of bold action by all levels of government.
  • Tue, August 18, 2020
  • Rod Taylor
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11Aug2020

CBC, Ethics, and Redeemer University

The CBC has done some good investigative reporting. They broke the story of the WE scandal, for instance. They cover many issues of national importance. Sometimes, they dig deep into big questions, like the Governor General’s expenses and demeanour. But sometimes, they are a national embarrassment.
  • Tue, August 11, 2020
  • Peter Vogel
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04Aug2020

No Agreements Are Safe From Judicial Activism

​As Canada descends further down the road of judge-made law, a Federal Court judge has once again imposed her opinion on the country. After all, why shouldn’t an unelected judge change the rules for 37 million Canadians and their 338 elected MPs? We should be getting used to it by now. International agreements are not exempt from judicial tampering. A federal court has now declared Canada’s Safe Third Country Agreement with the United States to be “unconstitutional”. That’s code for “I don’t like this law; get rid of it”.
  • Tue, August 04, 2020
  • Rod Taylor
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