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The Conservative Voice

The Conservative Party of Canada’s former executive director has set up what could be a game-changing new organization to raise money and promote the benefits of “a strong, stable Conservative government” while bypassing the legal limits on fundraising faced by political parties, iPolitics has learned.

All of this seems to be true. Dan Hilton, who was replaced by Dimitri Soudas as Conservative Party general director—before Soudas, in turn, became the nation’s most entertaining Schrödinger’s box of partisan affiliation—seems to be behind Conservative Voice, which has a website you can donate money to if you believe “Canadians deserve to hear the truth about the benefits of a strong, stable conservative government.” (Note the lower-case ‘c,’ a handy fig leaf in case anyone believes this is a Conservative Party front, because perish the thought!) The bit about “bypassing the legal limits” depends on interpretation: Hilton insists on his website that Conservative Voice “will remain fully compliant with any legislation that restricts third-party advertising during a writ.” It appears that a donation to Conservative Voice could be treated as a business expense for tax purposes, like buying office furniture. The website does inform potential donors that they cannot expect a charitable donation receipt.

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Black Crime Facts That The White Liberal Media Daren’t Talk About
Police brutality targeting blacks will not subside until this becomes part of the national conversation

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Despite the revelation that half of the officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray – the incident that led to the Baltimore riots – are black, the narrative that black people are being disproportionately and unfairly targeted by predominantly white police officers and a racist criminal justice system in the United States continues to dominate.

This has led to the growth of a divisive movement – ‘Black Lives Matter’ – which has only served to further polarize America down racial lines, obsessing on skin color and invoking white guilt, while ignoring the true causes of and solutions to police brutality.

Until the following facts become part of the conversation, we’re never going to see a real reduction in the number of violent confrontations involving black people and police officers. But the mainstream media, political leaders and white people in general are afraid to even mention these facts for fear of being labeled racist.

I’m not here to win any popularity contests. I genuinely care about less black people and less police officers dying in the streets. So I’m going to give it to you straight.

Black people in the United States are more likely to be victims of violent confrontations with police officers than whites because they commit more violent crimes than whites per capita.

Conservatives Rewrite law to protect police

The federal information commissioner says the Conservative government is setting a “perilous precedent” by retroactively rewriting Canada’s access-to-information law to absolve the RCMP of wrongdoing.

Suzanne Legault says if the government is allowed to retroactively change the law, there’s nothing preventing parliamentarians from rewriting election laws to stop cheaters from being prosecuted.

A special report tabled in Parliament on Thursday reveals Legault recommended almost two months ago that charges be laid against the RCMP for its role in withholding and destroying gun registry data.

But instead of Justice Minister Peter MacKay moving on the recommendation to lay charges, the Harper government rewrote the law, backdated the changes and buried the amendment in an omnibus budget bill last week.

Legault said the issue goes far beyond the now-defunct gun registry.

“We could do the same thing after investigating potential electoral fraud. We could erase these things retroactively,” she said in an interview.

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