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on July 15, 2013 in Right Edition

Oath to Queen Challenged – Advertising directly into your Head

The monarchy represents inequality, class division and a history of slavery, say three permanent residents of Canada who appeared in an Ontario court Friday to challenge the citizenship oath’s mandatory declaration of allegiance to the Queen. “The idea we’re being asked to swear allegiance to an … offshore Queen — I just couldn’t do it,” said Michael McAteer, an applicant in the Citizenship Act challenge. “[The monarchy] is the antithesis of everything I see a democracy should be.” The three applicants argue they have religious and conscientious objections to taking the oath. They said in court documents that the requirement… View Article

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on July 11, 2013 in Right Edition

Canada’s’ Red Tories – Parliamentary Privilege

Last week’s Conservative party convention in Calgary was cancelled due to the floods in Alberta. Alas, a potential dustup which could affect the entire Tory brand remains in play. There was going to be a convention proposal to change the voting process for future leadership races back to one member, one vote. When the Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservatives merged in December 2003, that particular system was replaced with one giving each riding 100 votes, regardless of the number of local memberships, which benefited Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Peter MacKay, the last federal PC leader who pushed heavily for this… View Article

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on July 10, 2013 in Right Edition

Grizzly Attacks Hikers – Blacks more Racist than Whites

Grizzly Attacks Hikers – Blacks more Racist than Whites FERNIE – Conservation officers in Fernie are searching for a wounded mother grizzly bear after two men were attacked Wednesday morning on the ridge of Proctor Mountain. Sgt. Joe Caravetta, a B.C. conservation officer, said two men in their mid-30s from Fernie were walking on a popular hiking and mountain biking trail between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. when they encountered a sow and her cub. He said the sow became “very defensive” of her cub and attacked one of the men and pushed him about six metres down the steep… View Article

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on July 9, 2013 in Right Edition

Davy Crockett – Paedophiles & Capital Punishment

Davy Crockett – Pedophiles and Capital Punishment David “Davy” Crockett (August 17, 1786 — March 6, 1836) was a 19th-century American folk hero, frontiersman, soldier and politician. He is commonly referred to in popular culture by the epithet “King of the Wild Frontier”. He represented Tennessee in the U.S. House of Representatives, served in the Texas Revolution, and died at the Battle of the Alamo. Crockett grew up in East Tennessee, where he gained a reputation for hunting and storytelling. After being made a colonel in the militia of Lawrence County, Tennessee, he was elected to the Tennessee state...

Davy Crockett – Pedophiles and Capital Punishment David “Davy” Crockett (August 17, 1786 — March 6, 1836) was a 19th-century American folk hero, frontiersman, soldier and politician. He is commonly referred to in popular culture by the epithet “King...

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on July 8, 2013 in Right Edition

Guns and gun Control – Women + Gun = Equality

Illinois has the strictest gun control and yet this happens. 10 dead, 50 wounded in holiday weekend shootings Ten men have been killed and 50 other people, including two young boys, have been wounded in shootings across Chicago so far this holiday weekend. In the latest fatal shooting, a man was shot in the back and died about 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the 4700 block of South Ashland in the Back of the Yard neighborhood, Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Joshua Purkiss said. Another man was shot in the arm and chest and taken to Stroger Hospital, he said. Gun… View Article

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on July 5, 2013 in Right Edition

RCMP Break into Homes and Seize Guns

HIGH RIVER — RCMP revealed Thursday that officers have seized a “substantial amount” of firearms from homes in the evacuated town of High River. “We just want to make sure that all of those things are in a spot that we control, simply because of what they are,” said Sgt. Brian Topham. “People have a significant amount of money invested in firearms … so we put them in a place that we control and that they’re safe.” That news didn’t sit well with a crowd of frustrated residents who had planned to breach a police checkpoint northwest of the town… View Article

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on July 4, 2013 in Right Edition

Ian Thomson – Man Steals Bridges

Ian Thomson – Man Steals Bridges It took two and a half years, but Port Colborne, Ont., resident Ian Thomson is finally done defending himself. First he fought the men who tried to murder him. Then, his own government. Mr. Thomson had long been involved in an increasingly angry property dispute with his neighbour. Early one August morning in 2010, four masked men shouting death threats began hurling firebombs at Mr. Thomson’s home. One of his pet dogs was injured; several fires in and around his home were set. Mr. Thomson, an experienced firearms instructor, called 911 immediately. He also… View Article

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on July 3, 2013 in Right Edition

Homosexual Programming – Right to Defend Yourself – Detroit down and out

Homosexual Programming – Right to Defend Yourself – Detroit down and out Christian students were punished for believing the Bible’s commands on sexuality. A professor at a state-funded college has come under criticism for giving her class an assignment that required students to wear a gay pride ribbon all over campus. In response a group of Christian students who felt their rights were violated by the assignment have sought legal counsel to counter the professor’s pro-homosexual agenda. Dr. Linda Brunton, a psychology professor at Columbia State College in Tennessee, gave the assignment. According to the reports: This spring, Linda Brunton,… View Article

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on July 2, 2013 in Right Edition

Comedian fined for Jokes – Canada Facts – Crooked Politicians

A ruling that could carry implications for comedy clubs across Canada, the Supreme Court of British Columbia has upheld the right of a bar patron to receive five-figures in damages from a comedian whose performance she alleges gave her post-traumatic stress disorder. In 2011, Toronto comedian Guy Earle was ordered by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal to pay $15,000 to Lorna Pardy, a homosexual woman who said she suffered “lasting physical and psychological effect” after Mr. Earle directed a string of lesbian slurs at her during a 2007 Vancouver open mic night. On Wednesday, the B.C. court ruled against Mr…. View Article

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