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Do It or Else!

​I remember as a child being told to “Do it or else.” I was never courageous enough to ask what the “or else” option was. As a matter of fact, I didn’t know anyone courageous enough to ask what the second option was. It was in our own best interest to just stay away from the dreaded “or else!’
  • Tue, April 06, 2021
  • Vicki Gunn
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Drip, Drip . . . UNDRIP!

​There is something wearying about a persistent drip. It gets on the nerves. It demands action. In politics, there can be a frequently recurring demand or a call for action on a particular issue that is like a constant dripping. It eventually wears down resistance and results in change . . . sometimes very dramatic change. Persistence can be seen as a virtue when the legislative objective appears to be tied to a human rights issue. But not every policy change is beneficial. The persistence of the demand does not prove the value of the result. It only proves that persistence is often rewarded.
  • Tue, March 30, 2021
  • Rod Taylor
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The War Against Gender

​Why do humans fight so hard against reality? Why do we struggle for something that cannot be instead of learning to bear our burdens and disappointments? Philosophers have written and will continue to write on these matters; Dr. Jordan B. Peterson has certainly taken some stabs at the subject in recent years.
  • Tue, March 23, 2021
  • Peter Vogel
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Travel Documents, Please!

​Here I sit in Ontario, where we’re told to “Stay Home” in many different languages. However it’s said though, the message from our government is the same. You may not move about freely. Most of us understand that we are dealing with a virus that goes wherever an infected person goes but a growing number of people also understand that over the past year, our “Fundamental Freedoms” have suffered increasingly severe restrictions.
  • Tue, March 09, 2021
  • Vicki Gunn
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Canada’s Supreme Court and Liberal Government Are ‘Spineless Cowards’!

As a former Leader of Canada’s only pro-life federal political party from 1995 to 2008, I’m not prone to name-calling. However, a recent decision of Canada’s highest court has caused me to verbalize my utter disgust at the cowardice I see being displayed by the current justices of the Supreme Court of Canada and—not so surprisingly—our sitting Prime Minister and his government. ‘Spineless cowards’ fits them well and is the kindest description I can find for them.
  • Wed, March 03, 2021
  • Ron Gray
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Laws Are Made for Lawbreakers

When Justin Trudeau says, “Give me your guns,” he’s not addressing the common criminal. He’s talking to the hitherto law-abiding citizen who legally possesses firearms for hunting, sport, or self-defence. For criminals, the Prime Minister has a special deal: reduced sentences for those who use a firearm in the commission of a crime.
  • Tue, March 02, 2021
  • Rod Taylor
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Should Canada Boycott China?

​Canada’s Parliament will be voting on a motion on whether to boycott the next winter Olympics, which are scheduled to be held in China in 2022. Why? Because the issue of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) repression of minorities, specifically the Uighur people, has become a more publicized issue recently.
  • Tue, February 23, 2021
  • Peter Vogel
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Charter Rights Violated; Pastor in Shackles

​Who would have thought we’d see the day when a Canadian pastor would be taken away in shackles, simply for preaching to his flock? Sadly, that day has arrived. Pastor James Coates of Grace Life Church in Spruce Grove, Alberta (just west of Edmonton), has been arrested and remains in custody for doing what Canadian pastors have always done: preaching to congregants in the church sanctuary.
  • Fri, February 19, 2021
  • Rod Taylor
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A Painless Way Out?

What happens to a citizen when their debts exceed their ability to pay?
  • Tue, February 16, 2021
  • Vicki Gunn
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Can the COVID Vaccines Be Trusted?

Canada has been dealing with questions about COVID-19 for almost one year. Information has flooded both cable news and the internet about what the virus is, how contagious or deadly it may be and how best to control its spread and minimize the death toll. Some Canadians are asking themselves...
  • Tue, February 02, 2021
  • Rod Taylor
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