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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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on October 20, 2013 in Right Edition

Support NRA and CSSA – Women and Self Defence

Support NRA and CSSA – Women and Self Defence Conservative Party of Canada Member of Parliament Garry Breitkreuz has discovered that the federal government is misleading the public about the number of firearms in Canada.  Millions more Guns in Canada than the Government will Admit  The following Justice Department data shows that the government did not take their own advice and instead used the lowest possible  numbers as the “official” number of firearms owners.   Note that, the very first paragraph says, “..based on cumulative research evidence – that the number of firearm owners and firearms will – in reality –… View Article

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on October 17, 2013 in Right Edition

Multiculuralism Failure – Speed Limit Review

Multiculuralism Failure – Speed Limit Review In the thin-skinned world of multiculturalism — a Utopian dream that has failed like all Utopian dreams — it is not surprising that British Prime Minister David Cameron stirred up a large and festering pot. He did so by calling a spade a spade. In a much-dissected speech to the Munich Security Conference, Cameron spoke of the need for all immigrants to “learn the language of their new home,” and be educated in the “elements of a common culture and curriculum.” He wants his country to be a melting pot and not descend further… View Article

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on October 15, 2013 in Right Edition

Census Objector – When Grizzly Atatcks

Census Objector – When Grizzly Atatcks In the summer of 2010, the federal Conservatives took a lot of flak for doing away with the mandatory long-form census. The idea was that government should not be coercing people to share their private information. We now have a case study in how such laws can harm otherwise law-abiding citizens. On Wednesday, an Ontario judge acquitted 89-year-old Audrey Tobias of refusing to fill out the 2011 census. Ms. Tobias faced time behind bars for refusing to pay a fine levied after this refusal. It’s a case that never should have gone to trial… View Article

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on October 14, 2013 in Right Edition

High Life on the Dole – Liberal Delusions – Death to Pedophiles

High Life on the Dole – Liberal Delusions – Death to Pedophiles Natalija Belova, 33, told The Sun how she spurns full-time work — yet can afford foreign holidays and buys designer clothes. The Lithuanian said: “British benefits give me and my daughter a good life.” She has milked soft-touch Britain for £50,000 in benefits and yesterday said: “I simply take what is given to me.” Overjoyed Natalija told how she lives a life of luxury thanks to our “strange” system, declaring: “It’s important to have nice things and good holidays.” The graduate, who became a single mum after she… View Article

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