Remarque! La version française suit un peu plus bas Lament for a Charter Last week’s “Fire in the hole” update opined on the fact that the freedom situation in Canada was becoming dire as all levels of government were busy issuing Wuhan virus edicts that were eroding our personal freedoms and “identifiable groups” were being maligned as deplorable “those people”. The slagging of particular subsets of the Canadian population, in this case the willfully unvaccinated, was seen a
Remarque! La version française suit un peu plus bas Of liberty and tyranny Print and broadcast journalist, Matt Gurney, breaks from the media herd from time-to-time to deliberate on subjects that challenge the social pieties of the day. As Election 2021 came to a close he was seen to do so once again with his analysis of a Maru Public Opinion poll authored by John Wright. The poll was an outlier to begin with as it focussed on the unmentionable People’s Party of Canada (PPC
Major Russ Cooper (Ret'd) rolls "In Hot" with weapons armed and loaded on a Canada that is quickly becoming a police state. His able wing woman on this mission is Tanya Gaw, founder of the non-profit organization "Action4Canada". Strap in for some high "G" maneuvering as they discuss Tanya's constitutional legal suit against both the province of British Columbia and the federal government. How is it that our individual sovereignty and rights can be crushed by unconstitutional
Remarque! La version française suit un peu plus bas A modern-day “Family Compact”? The Election 2021 debates have come and gone and confirmed the notion that our mainstream politicians and media are far removed from the concerns of everyday Canadians. The debates, two in French and one in English, were heavily invested in economic recovery, climate change and indigenous relations with minor excursions down the child care, health care and foreign policy trails. The mind bogg
Remarque! La version française suit un peu plus bas Brickbats As Election 2021 reaches the halfway point, at the time of this writing, it is perhaps time to highlight both its repugnant and encouraging moments. The former evaluations might be labelled as “brickbats” or caustic criticisms while the latter might be tagged as “bouquets”. When it comes to well-deserved “brickbats”, perhaps the most obvious place to look is at our own Prime Minister and his pompous bloviations.
By Janice Fiamengo Editor’s note: As universities across Canada, contrary to their rhetoric about defending freedom and opposing oppressive power structures, demand that faculty, staff and students be vaccinated against Covid or be barred from life on campus, one brave professor, Maximilian Forte of Concordia University, wrote a “Statement of Non-Compliance with Mandatory Vaccination in Canadian Universities.” Forte’s Statement called on university personnel, whether vaccina
On the hunt for principled political promises and platforms in Election 2021, Major Russ Cooper (Ret’d) finds it necessary to travel well clear of the frontrunner parties and roll “In Hot” on the Christian Heritage Party (CHP). His able wingman on this mission is the party’s own leader, Rod Taylor. Strap in for some refreshing insights into what the real ballot-box questions are in everyday Canada and what distinguishes the CHP from the rest of the pack.
By Julius Ruechel Editor’s note: In this article, Julius Ruechel discusses the scam that is the Covid vaccine and the vested interests that could be behind it. If a plumber with a lifetime of experience were to tell you that water runs uphill, you would know he is lying and that the lie is not accidental. It is a lie with a purpose. If you can also demonstrate that the plumber knows in advance that the product he is promoting with that lie is snake oil, you have evidence for
Remarque! La version française suit un peu plus bas Never let a crisis go to waste Former Obama Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, popularized the phrase, “never let a good crisis go to waste”. He meant to say that times of crisis present opportunities to do things that, otherwise, would not be possible. And so it is today that we find ourselves in the throes of an election in spite of the stable minority government that has ruled the nation for the past two years. After all, the