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CSSA Newsletter – Arrested for Self Defence

CSSA Canadian Shooting Sports Association Aims: •To promote, develop and encourage the sport of amateur shooting for recreational purposes. •To conduct and supervise shooting events in those disciplines participating in the Association. •To establish an association for the affiliation and integration of the shooting disciplines whose aims, objects and purposes are acceptable to the Association. •To promote or manage projects, activities, enterprises, programs or other undertakings consistent with furthering the aims, objectives and purposes of the association, and that requires the participation of one, or more, or all of the disciplines. •To provide technical expertise, education and instruction to the… View Article

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on November 17, 2013 in Right Edition

Somalia Pirates – Obama Lies About Obamacare

Somalia Pirates – Obama Lies About Obamacare Piracy off the coast of Somalia has been a threat to international shipping since the second phase of the Somali Civil War in the early 21st century.[1] Since 2005, many international organizations, including the International Maritime Organization and the World Food Programme, have expressed concern over the rise in acts of piracy.[2][3] Piracy has impeded the delivery of shipments and increased shipping expenses, costing an estimated $6.6 to $6.9 billion a year in global trade according to Oceans Beyond Piracy (OBP).[4] According to the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW), a veritable industry… View Article

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on November 14, 2013 in Right Edition

Debt Ceiling – UBC Rape Counselliing – Corrupt Senators

Debt Ceiling In a speech at the Business Roundtable headquarters in Washington, D.C., Obama dismissed concerns about raising the debt ceiling by noting that it’d been done so many times in the past: “Now, this debt ceiling — I just want to remind people in case you haven’t been keeping up — raising the debt ceiling, which has been done over a hundred times, does not increase our debt; it does not somehow promote profligacy. All it does is it says you got to pay the bills that you’ve already racked up, Congress. It’s a basic function of making sure… View Article

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on November 13, 2013 in Right Edition

Annie Oakley – Black is White – Mandatory Gun Setencing

Annie Oakley Annie Oakley was the stage name of Phoebe Ann Moses, a sharpshooter whose skill at shooting led her to star in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and made her a national celebrity. She won numerous medals for her marksmanship, performed for royalty, and remains a legendary figure of the American West. She was born August 13, 1860, to Jacob and Susan (Wise) Moses, Quakers who had migrated from Pennsylvania to a rented farm in Darke County, Ohio, a rural county on the Indiana border. Called Annie by her sisters, she was the sixth of seven children born...

Annie Oakley Annie Oakley was the stage name of Phoebe Ann Moses, a sharpshooter whose skill at shooting led her to star in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and made her a national celebrity. She won numerous medals for...

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on November 12, 2013 in Right Edition

Rob Ford – Conservative Convention – Obamas’ Failure

Mayor Rob Ford has set the stage for a battle at city hall this week by designating a motion urging him to take a leave as a “key” item on Wednesday’s council agenda. “Let’s get it on,” Ford said Monday, hinting — in just four words uttered to reporters as he entered an elevator outside his office — at his strategy for countering the intense pressure on him to step aside in the wake of stunning admissions about crack cocaine use and a video showing him raging incoherently about “first-degree murder.” Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong’s motion urges Ford to take a… View Article

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on October 29, 2013 in Right Edition

The Benefits of Coffee – CSSA vs Conservative Politicians

The Benefits of Coffee – CSSA vs Conservative Politicians The Benefits of Coffee If you love coffee, here’s some of the latest good news. • A study of 90,000 Japanese by the National Cancer Center in Tokyo found that people who drank one to four cups of coffee daily had half the liver cancer risk of those who never drank coffee. Researchers aren’t sure why, but they speculate that antioxidants may play a role. • A study by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health that followed more than 125,000 men and women for more than a decade found… View Article

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on October 28, 2013 in Right Edition

Prof. wishes Death to Children – Strip Searched

Prof. wishes Death to Children – Strip Searched KU Professor wishes death to NRA kids The University of Kansas took swift action to punish and condemn a journalism professor who issued a death wish upon the sons and daughters of National Rifle Association members following the deadly Navy Yard Shooting this week. In a statement released Friday morning, KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little announced that associate professor of journalism David Guth had been placed on indefinite administrative leave, pending a review of the situation, to “prevent disruptions to the learning environment for students.” Guth vented on his personal Twitter account in… View Article

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on October 23, 2013 in Right Edition

Remembrance Day Poppies – Parliamentary Privilege

Remembrance Day Poppies – Parliamentary Privilege Remembrance Day (also known as Poppy Day or Armistice Day) is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth countries since the end of World War I to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty. This day, or alternative dates, are also recognised as special days for war remembrances in many non-Commonwealth countries. Remembrance Day is observed on 11 November to recall the end of hostilities of World War I on that date in 1918. Hostilities formally ended “at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the… View Article

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on October 22, 2013 in Right Edition

BC Conservatives – Idaho Concealed Carry

The race to lead the B.C. Conservative Party is expected to begin within days, as candidates seek to revitalize the beleaguered political party after a disappointing election performance. There’s at least two “for sure” leadership candidates “and a couple of others hemming and hawing about it,” said party president Dan Denis. “I’m looking forward to a lot of commotion, which I think is going to be wonderful,” he said of the leadership race. John Cummins resigned as leader in July after the party, beset by infighting and defections, finished fourth in the May 14 provincial election with 4.8 per cent… View Article

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on October 21, 2013 in Right Edition

RCMP vs Indians – Separatism is Treason

RCMP vs Indians – Separatism is Treason The RCMP is defending its response to an anti-fracking protest in eastern New Brunswick that turned violent on Thursday, saying that police “have no choice but to react” when public safety is compromised. Cmdr. Roger Brown told reporters Friday that officers seized firearms, as well as improvised explosive devices and “a large amount of ammunition, knives and bear spray” at the scene of the protest, outside the Elsipogtog First Nation reserve near Rexton, N.B. At least 40 protesters were arrested Thursday after police were called in to dismantle a two-week-old blockade. Protesters were… View Article

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