Podcasts by Brian Lovig of Right Edition

Buckets of rocks are Pennsylvania schools’ last defense against shooters A rural Pennsylvania school district has equipped all 200 of its classrooms with buckets of rocks that students and teachers could use as a “last line of defense” in the event of a school shooting, the district’s superintendent said on Friday. The buckets are just one of the measures that Blue Mountain School District in Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania, has put in place this academic year, along with security cameras, secured building entrances and fortified classroom doors, Superintendent David Helsel said in a telephone interview. “We didn’t want our students to...

Buckets of rocks are Pennsylvania schools’ last defense against shooters A rural Pennsylvania school district has equipped all 200 of its classrooms with buckets of rocks that students and teachers could use as a “last line of defense” in...

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Like Father, Like Son: How Immigration Shows the Trudeau Liberal Contempt for Canada and Canadians “Family reunification”, is one of those phrases, an endless stock of which seems to be available to liberals of both the small and big L varieties, that are designed to sound nice and pleasing to the ear while concealing something rather nasty and vicious. “Family reunification” suggests the idea that in the processing of immigration applications, the government ought to give priority to those from would-be immigrants with close relatives already living in Canada. Few people, I think, would object to that idea, per...

Like Father, Like Son: How Immigration Shows the Trudeau Liberal Contempt for Canada and Canadians “Family reunification”, is one of those phrases, an endless stock of which seems to be available to liberals of both the small and big...

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May 14, 2018

Gun Laws In Canada

Trudeau gets tough on gangs by hassling target shooters The Justin Trudeau-led Liberal government has announced changes to Canada’s gun laws. The “good” news is, Canada’s large and thriving community of lawful gun owners probably expected it to be much more brutal than this. The bad news is, the laws aren’t really going to make anything better, and will probably make some things worse. Disclosure: I myself am a lawful gun owner. I’m also a supporter of reasonable and effective gun control measures. Some of what the Liberals are proposing this week is reasonable. Whether it’s effective, well, time...

Trudeau gets tough on gangs by hassling target shooters The Justin Trudeau-led Liberal government has announced changes to Canada’s gun laws. The “good” news is, Canada’s large and thriving community of lawful gun owners probably expected it to be...

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Basic Income Supplement: Testing a Dignified Approach to Income Security for Working-age Canadians WHEREAS one in eleven Canadians lives in poverty (as measured by LICO), despite the array of income security and social assistance programs provided by federal and provincial governments; WHEREAS income security programs such as the National Child Benefit and the Guaranteed Income Supplement provide an income-tested base benefit to low income children and seniors, but not working age adults; WHEREAS there are perverse disincentives to exiting from social assistance systems, often referred to as the “welfare wall”; WHEREAS the idea of a basic income supplement for...

Basic Income Supplement: Testing a Dignified Approach to Income Security for Working-age Canadians WHEREAS one in eleven Canadians lives in poverty (as measured by LICO), despite the array of income security and social assistance programs provided by federal and...

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May 14, 2018

Reality Vs Trudeau

Trudeau government’s needless obsession with gender is exhausting I went to a Service Ontario office in downtown Toronto Wednesday to renew my driver’s licence. It was everything a customer/taxpayer could want: Swift service from an employee who was polite and capable. I was in and out within 15 minutes, just as I usually am when I go to such an office every year or two to do business. That’s pretty much all I want, not only from this particular department, but also from any and all arms of government: In my freaking dreams, of course. While the front-line Service...

Trudeau government’s needless obsession with gender is exhausting I went to a Service Ontario office in downtown Toronto Wednesday to renew my driver’s licence. It was everything a customer/taxpayer could want: Swift service from an employee who was polite...

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May 14, 2018

Junior Shooting Sports

National Youth Shooting Sports Cooperative Program TAL-champ.jpgNRA has resources, programs and training to assist youth organizations, such as Boy Scout troops, Royal Ranger outposts, American Legion posts, JROTC units, 4-H clubs, FFA chapters, commercial summer camps and U.S. Jaycee chapters. •NRA has gun safety materials, handbooks, videos, posters and other training aids to assist program leaders in teaching the safe gun handling and marksmanship fundamentals. For more information see the Youth Programs Resources and Information page or visit the NRA Program Materials Center. •NRA has a variety of programs that your organization can either participate in or conduct. Programs...

National Youth Shooting Sports Cooperative Program TAL-champ.jpgNRA has resources, programs and training to assist youth organizations, such as Boy Scout troops, Royal Ranger outposts, American Legion posts, JROTC units, 4-H clubs, FFA chapters, commercial summer camps and U.S. Jaycee...

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Ontario voters to cast ballot for Doug Ford, poll says A Campaign Research survey found 43 per cent of Ontario residents would vote for the Conservative party leader, despite Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath having high approval numbers. Of the 1,637 Ontario voters surveyed online between March 12 and 14, Campaign Research found that 43 per cent of decided voters intended to support the Progressive Conservatives in the June election, 27 per cent backed the Liberals, and 23 per cent supported the NDP. https://www.thestar.com/news/queenspark/2018/03/17/ontario-voters-to-cast-ballot-for-doug-ford-poll-says.html Yes, Wynne’s promise of free stuff may very well change voters’ minds Wednesday’s provincial budget...

Ontario voters to cast ballot for Doug Ford, poll says A Campaign Research survey found 43 per cent of Ontario residents would vote for the Conservative party leader, despite Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath having high approval numbers. Of...

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Trudeau promises new legal framework for Indigenous people ‘We need to get to a place where Indigenous peoples in Canada are in control of their own destiny,’ PM says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is promising a fundamental rethink of how the federal government recognizes Indigenous rights and title, vowing to work with Indigenous partners to develop a new legal framework to foster self-governance. In a 15-minute speech in the House of Commons that was short on concrete details, Trudeau said he wants to give new life to Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982, which recognizes and affirms Aboriginal...

Trudeau promises new legal framework for Indigenous people ‘We need to get to a place where Indigenous peoples in Canada are in control of their own destiny,’ PM says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is promising a fundamental rethink of...

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April 30, 2018

Billions Leaving Canada

Thanks to Trudeau’s tax proposals, big fish are moving billions out of Canada, former finance minister says A business owner has informed John Manley, the head of an organization representing Canada’s largest corporations, that he’s moved billions of dollars outside the country http://nationalpost.com/news/canada/tax-changes-anti-rich-rhetoric-have-already-inspired-big-fish-to-leave-manley Investment dollars are already flowing out of Canada in ‘real time’, RBC CEO warns Dave McKay says a ‘significant’ investment exodus to the U.S. is already underway, especially in the energy and clean-technology sectors The head of one of Canada’s largest banks is urging the federal government to stem the flow of investment capital from this...

Thanks to Trudeau’s tax proposals, big fish are moving billions out of Canada, former finance minister says A business owner has informed John Manley, the head of an organization representing Canada’s largest corporations, that he’s moved billions of dollars...

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Trudeau exonerates Tsilhqot’in chiefs hanged in 1864 For generations of Tsilhqot’in youth, the first story they learn is of the historic betrayal by the British colonial government that led to the hanging of six of the nation’s leaders, says Chief Joe Alphonse. Now, more than 150 years after the so-called Chilcotin War, that historic wrong has at last been made right, Alphonse said Monday after the federal government apologized in a “statement of exoneration” for the Tsilhqot’in war chiefs who were wrongfully convicted and killed for defending their homeland, their people and their way of life. https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/trudeau-exonerates-tsilhqot-in-chiefs-hanged-in-1864-1.3858348 Justin Trudeau...

Trudeau exonerates Tsilhqot’in chiefs hanged in 1864 For generations of Tsilhqot’in youth, the first story they learn is of the historic betrayal by the British colonial government that led to the hanging of six of the nation’s leaders, says...

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