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29Jan2019

Venezuela: The Tragic Tatters of Socialism

As the world looks on, Venezuela teeters on the brink of collapse under the thumb of dictator Nicolás Maduro, now ostensibly backed by his military chiefs. The President of Venezuela’s elected National Assembly, Juan Guaidó—accusing Maduro of election fraud in his 2018 re-election—has asserted his own claim to the presidency but Maduro adamantly refuses to cede power.
  • Tue, January 29, 2019
  • Rod Taylor
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22Jan2019

Changes to Justice

​Have you ever heard of David Lametti? After some changes to cabinet last week, he is now Canada’s Justice Minister. He was first elected in 2015 and has not been in cabinet before, so we don’t have much of a track-record on him. What we do know, however, causes concern.
  • Tue, January 22, 2019
  • Peter Vogel
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15Jan2019

The PM’s Filthy Money

​“Money talks.” That well-worn saying points out the impact that money can have on political decisions. Although political bribes are forbidden, a person who bankrolls a candidate or a political party often expects some benefit—direct or indirect—from his or her contributions.
  • Tue, January 15, 2019
  • Rod Taylor
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08Jan2019

Group Hugs for Criminals

​With Parliament still in recess it behooves us to take a look at the hot potato that got dropped just before the Christmas season. We’ve enjoyed our break from the shenanigans of our Prime Minister and his team but let’s not forget what was on the table when we broke for Christmas.
  • Tue, January 08, 2019
  • Vicki Gunn
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31Dec2018

New Year, New Challenges, Same Faithful God

​New friendships. New opportunities. New responsibilities. New goals. New recipes to try. New interests and hobbies to pursue. Newly-discovered books and authors. New trails to make through new-fallen snow.
  • Mon, December 31, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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24Dec2018

From the Stable to the Throne

​Over 2,000 years ago, far, far away, a baby was born in a stable. That baby grew to become a man and That Man forever changed the world. From humble beginnings through all the stages of life and the agonies of the cross, He now rules from heaven.
  • Mon, December 24, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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18Dec2018

Global Unity vs. National Unity

​This is a time of year when we seek peace and hope that nothing goes wrong while we take some form of a holiday and spend time with our loved ones. With that in mind, I wish all of you and your families a Blessed Christmas!
  • Tue, December 18, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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11Dec2018

Freedom of What?

Last year, Canadians were shocked to learn that the government was demanding that businesses and charitable organizations attest to their approval of abortion before they could qualify to receive funds from the Canada Summer Jobs Program.
  • Tue, December 11, 2018
  • Vicki Gunn
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04Dec2018

Justin and the Beanstalk: Free Trade, Fair Trade and Failed Trade

Maybe you remember the children’s story about a boy named Jack who sold his mother’s cow for a handful of beans? In that story, Jack climbs a beanstalk, meets a terrifying giant but somehow survives, defeats the giant and brings back gold for his mother far above the value of the cow.
  • Tue, December 04, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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27Nov2018

Once in Canada, Always a Canadian?

​Being a Canadian has many benefits: health care, passports, and access to justice, to name a few. What parents would not want that for their child? Well, many who are not Canadian covet these benefits and want to access them through instant citizenship.
  • Tue, November 27, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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20Nov2018

“Following This Law Is Not Optional . . .”

Alberta is at it again. Politicians pursuing a radical LGBTQ agenda just cannot leave others alone. Never content with the freedom to do their own thing, it seems they cannot resist the temptation to force others to get on their “gender agenda” bandwagon, to mouth the slogans of LGBTQ activists and to proclaim allegiance to the disingenuous platitudes of “inclusion” while accepting scientifically inaccurate portrayals of human biology and sociology.
  • Tue, November 20, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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