Category Archives: Canadian Elections

The Loophole within the Loophole of the Loopy Law

This article by John Ivison is noteworthy since he exposes serious asylum abuses in Canada – Budget officer finds illegal migrants entering via a ‘loophole within a loophole’. It’s bad enough that the actual costs of illegal migration are a … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Elections, Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, Immigration, Justin Liberals, Rule of Law | 53 Comments

Monitoring the Media Party

As Cara and a few others mentioned in the comment section of the previous post, it is indeed very troubling that Unifor is in effect openly declaring war on Andrew Scheer and the CPC. We all know that journalists have … Continue reading

Posted in Big Government, Big Unions, Canadian Elections, Canadian Media, Canadian Politics | 112 Comments

Big Government Overreach

Some readers in the comment section of the previous post noted with alarm that StatsCan plans to mine data from citizen’s banking information. It is very scary indeed. And Justin Trudeau seems to have no problem with it. I think … Continue reading

Posted in Big Government, Canadian Elections, Canadian Government, Orwellian, Privacy | 216 Comments

What is the End Game?

The recent exit of Maxime Bernier from the Conservative Party of Canada has caused quite the kerfuffle in Canadian politics. And no doubt Gerald Butts is salivating at the prospects. But why did Bernier do this? What is his grand … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Elections, Canadian Politics, Conservative Party of Canada | 97 Comments

A Conservative renaissance?

I was wanting to start a new post here since the previous one is becoming a bit long with all the comments. When I tried to think of a new topic, the usual shenanigans of the Ontario and Federal Liberals … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Economy, Canadian Elections, Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, Democracy, Ontario election, Ontario Government, Provincial Politics | 101 Comments

The Unbearable Shallowness of Justin Trudeau

Terrific interview and column by Antonella Artuso in the Sun: EXCLUSIVE: Prof. Jordan Peterson gives ‘Peter Pan’ Trudeau budget a failing grade: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “gender equity” budget is as shallow and ideologically-driven as he is, professor Jordan B. … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Economy, Canadian Elections, Canadian Government, Canadian Politics, Democracy, Identity Politics | 175 Comments

Giving Thanks in Troubled Times

It’s a challenge to remain optimistic about the future in this troubled world. One could easily give in to feelings of despair, cynicism and apathy. Never have I seen such divisiveness in our society. One would almost think there is … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Economy, Canadian Elections, Canadian Politics, Provincial Politics, U.S. Politics | 95 Comments

Left-Right Balance Struggle

A healthy democracy flourishes when there is a constant and equal struggle between two opposing sides. This keeps both in check and minimizes temptation for the Government of the day to take advantage of being in power. They are held … Continue reading

Posted in Canadian Economy, Canadian Elections, Canadian Government, Ontario election, Ontario Government | 49 Comments

No one is smelling like roses

(Reposted from BLY March 10, 2012) I’m very grateful that we have at least a handful of ethical, objective journalists in Canada, and John Ivison is certainly among that chosen few. Last night Ivison broke the story of the Liberal robocalls in … Continue reading

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