Category Archives: Federal Politics

Why I Despise Justin Trudeau

It has been suggested that I should articulate the reasons for my sincere and utter disdain for Canada’s 23rd  Prime Minister. So here it is… In 2013, the nation watched as the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) selected it’s new party … Continue reading

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Facebook Censorship: The Battle for Free Speech (Or At Least Equality)

Facebook administrators appear to have a fundamental double standard. (Warning: This article contains profanity, partial nudity and images depicting violence.  All memes and images shown here have at one time or another appeared on Facebook.) The definition of a social media … Continue reading

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Facebook Censorship: The Battle for Free Speech (Or At Least Equality)

Facebook administrators appear to have a fundamental double standard. (Warning: This article contains profanity, partial nudity and images depicting violence.  All memes and images shown here have at one time or another appeared on Facebook.) The definition of a social media … Continue reading

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2015: A Year in Review

It’s been quite the year for this crazy world. There have been many ups and downs for Humanity over the past 365 days. 2015 proved once again that we live in difficult and challenging times. The importance of remembering and … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

We need governments to foster individual innovation and not governments that foster a welfare state of dependants.  This should and must be of fundamental focus for a society that wishes to grow and maintain stability. Running large deficits and increasing … Continue reading

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The Future of Conservative Ideology

39.5% of the Canadian electorate voted for the Trudeau Liberals in the October 19 General Election. The mainstream media in this country reported that as a ‘landslide victory for the Liberals’.  While the likes of certain CBC and CTV personalities gloated … Continue reading

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Ąntòn Kyanq: The Upcoming Islamic Jihad in Canada

CCS Note:  This article was written by Ąntòn Kyanq and posted here with permission. Today, the Syrian refugee crisis has become global. It has emerged into a new wave of terrorism with the mission to tear down the European Union’s peace, … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy: Climate Change Justifies Carbon Tax

Do you honestly think that those so-called progressive elites actually believe the words they preach?  Just this past weekend in Ottawa, David Suzuki was once again spewing hot air. “At this moment of climate crisis,” he said, “there is an … Continue reading

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WHO WEARS THE SHORT PANTS?

WHO WEARS THE SHORT PANTS? By John Merriam. Bombardier Corporation, now with 43,000 employees, was founded by snowmobile inventor Armand Bombardier. He was succeeded by his son-in-law, Laurent Beaudoin, who built the company into a modern diverse corporation, which is … Continue reading

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UNSUSTAINABLE

IN NORTH AMERICA………. We vote in left wing governments time and time again that are proven to be bad for our societies over the long term. We embrace the myth that babies are not human until they are born. Alcohol … Continue reading

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