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on July 13, 2014 in Right Edition

Calgary Stampede – Chicago 4th July

Calgary Stampede – Chicago 4th July The Calgary Stampede is an annual rodeo, exhibition and festival held every July in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The ten-day event, which bills itself as “The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth”,[3] attracts over one million visitors per year and features one of the world’s largest rodeos, a parade, midway, stage shows, concerts, agricultural competitions, chuckwagon racing and First Nations exhibitions. The event’s roots are traced to 1886 when the Calgary and District Agricultural Society held its first fair. In 1912, American promoter Guy Weadick organized his first rodeo and festival, known as the Stampede. He… View Article

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on July 7, 2014 in Right Edition

Typical Liberal – Indians and Land Rights

Typical Liberal – Indians and Land Rights Gene Nichol History The often-controversial president of the College of William & Mary resigned Tuesday, amid outrage for allowing a pornographic show to be performed on campus. Gene Nichol announced his resignation, effective immediately, after learning that the school’s board had decided not to renew his contract due in July. Nichols had often came under intense criticism for making decisions that some claimed suppressed Christian expression. Last week, Nichol outraged several students for allowing a sex show on campus featuring porn actors, strippers and other sex workers. He said Tuesday that he would… View Article

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on July 4, 2014 in Right Edition

Google Bans Guns – Lenar Whitney

Google Bans Guns – Lenar Whitney On June 30, Reason.com ran an article showing that Google’s proposed changes for banned firearm ads would include toy gun ads. According to Reason, Google’s proposed bans would include not only real guns but also “functioning antique guns, airsoft guns, paintball guns, [and] bb guns.” The goal in banning ads for real guns and toy guns is one and the same–“to keep people safe both online and offline.” On June 27, Breitbart News reported on the proposed bans by pointing out that they go into effect in September and are “subject to change.” But… View Article

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on June 30, 2014 in Right Edition

Porn on the Brain – Inventions Useful and Oddball

Porn on the Brain – Inventions Useful and Oddball We realise that for some of you, the following news may be akin to Christmas being cancelled, but watching too much porn may be bad for your brain. A new study by German researchers revealed that men who overdose on porn not only have less grey matter but there is less activity going on. It’s not clear, for example, whether watching porn leads to brain changes or whether people born with certain brain types watch more porn, said Simone Kühn, the study’s lead author from the Max Planck Institute for Human… View Article

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on June 27, 2014 in Right Edition

More Mulroney Baloney – Trillions in Lithium = War

More Mulroney Baloney – Trillions in Lithium = War In a harshly worded report, Justice Jeffrey Oliphant says the former prime minister “failed to live up to the standard of conduct that he himself adopted” in accepting cash payments from German-Canadian businessman. “The reason Mr. Schreiber made the payments in cash and Mr. Mulroney accepted them in cash was that both wanted to conceal the fact that the transactions had occurred between them,” the judge said in a summary read to the media. http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2010/05/31/brian_mulroney_acted_inappropriately_in_accepting_cash_inquiry_finds.html In 1995, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) accused Mulroney and Frank Moores of accepting kickbacks… View Article

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on June 26, 2014 in Right Edition

Capital Punishment – Big Earls

Capital Punishment – Big Earls The National Parole Board is set to once again review whether Ennis, who was known as David Shearing in 1982 when he killed six members of the Johnson Bentley families, is fit for release. The last time around the board said Ennis still had violent sexual fantasies, hadn’t completed sex offender treatment and was not ready for freedom. This September, if the hearing goes through, Arishenkoff doesn’t expect a significantly different response, but she’s not leaving anything to chance. “Stranger things have happened when it comes to the justice system in this country,” she said…. View Article

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on June 25, 2014 in Right Edition

Clintons Live in Poverty – Gun Control vs Border Control

Clintons Live in Poverty – Gun Control vs Border Control I’m not ‘truly well off’ compared to wealthiest Americans, says Hillary Clinton… despite multi-million dollar properties and personal fortune estimated at $100million Hillary Clinton has been criticized for charging $200,000 speaking fees and saying she was broke in 2001, despite making $12 million that year ‘They don’t see me as part of the problem because we pay ordinary income tax, unlike a lot of people who are truly well off – not to name names,’ Clinton said The Clintons are the wealthiest living family to leave the White House, The… View Article

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on June 23, 2014 in Right Edition

Fewer Guns Less Crime Myth

Fewer Guns Less Crime Myth Myth: Gun control in Australia is curbing crime Fact: Homicides were falling before the Australian firearm ban, matching a global downward trend in most industrialized countries. However, non-firearm homicides are relatively stable in Australia. Fact: Crime has been rising since enacting a sweeping ban on private gun ownership. In the first two years after Australian gun-owners were forced to surrender 640,381 personal firearms, government statistics showed a dramatic increase in criminal activity. 32 In 2001-2002, homicides were up another 20%. 33 From the inception of firearm confiscation to March 27, 2000, the numbers are: •Firearm-related… View Article

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on June 22, 2014 in Right Edition

Mandatory Voting – O’Commie Killer of Economy

Mandatory Voting – O’Commie Killer of Economy Canada should adopt mandatory voting and a preferential ballot to re-engage citizens in the political system and reinforce democracy, says a new paper by an adviser to Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. The analysis, by academic Robert Asselin for the think-tank Canada 2020, comes as Conservative backbencher Michael Chong pushes a bill aimed at rebalancing power between the Prime Minister’s Office and the House of Commons. Asselin, of the University of Ottawa’s graduate school of public and international affairs, points to the recent Ontario election as more evidence of the gulf between Canadians and… View Article

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