Podcasts by Brian Lovig of Right Edition

NAFTA’s saga so far: A guide to trade, the talks and Trump •The Trump administration is threatening new tariffs that could devastate Canada’s auto sector, while the NAFTA negotiators’ standoff over auto manufacturing threatens to drag on the talks even further. •U.S. President Donald Trump ordered his Commerce Secretary to review car and truck imports using an obscure piece of U.S. trade law concerning national security. The review could take months before a decision on tariffs, ramping up pressure on Mexico, Canada and other U.S. trading partners. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/politics/article-nafta-explainer-trump-canada-mexico-trudeau/ Trump-proposed tariffs would cripple Ontario’s auto industry, says Cross-Border Institute ‘I...

NAFTA’s saga so far: A guide to trade, the talks and Trump •The Trump administration is threatening new tariffs that could devastate Canada’s auto sector, while the NAFTA negotiators’ standoff over auto manufacturing threatens to drag on the talks...

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The dodgy ‘studies’ behind Trudeau’s radical experiment to socially engineer Canadian businesses A study that ‘warrants further study’ is no reason to rush to regulate diversity The Senate of Canada is back in session this week, ready to vote on Bill C-25. That’s the legislation introduced by Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains to revamp the Canada Business Corporations Act and inject more social subversion into corporate governance. Part of the bill deals with shareholders’ election of directors. Another tackles the trending topic of diversity in management, on boards and throughout the corporate system. Terence Corcoran: The dodgy ‘studies’ behind Trudeau’s...

The dodgy ‘studies’ behind Trudeau’s radical experiment to socially engineer Canadian businesses A study that ‘warrants further study’ is no reason to rush to regulate diversity The Senate of Canada is back in session this week, ready to vote...

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June 8, 2018

Why I am Right

PC government would reintroduce ‘buck-a-beer’ Those were the days when beer came in stubby bottles. Ontario PC leader Doug Ford has announced his party will bring “buck-a-beer” back to Ontario. He says it will respect consumers and promote price competition with the minimum price floor sale of beer in the province to $1 plus deposit per bottle. “For too long beer consumers have been forced to pay inflated prices for beer in order to increase the profits of big corporations. We’re going to allow price competition for beer and this will save consumers money,” Ford said Saturday in a...

PC government would reintroduce ‘buck-a-beer’ Those were the days when beer came in stubby bottles. Ontario PC leader Doug Ford has announced his party will bring “buck-a-beer” back to Ontario. He says it will respect consumers and promote price...

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Justin Trudeau tells Hamilton town hall Canadians can feel safe despite returning ISIS fighters Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a Hamilton town hall Wednesday that despite concerns over returning ISIS fighters, Canadians were safe in their country and could rely on the security and intelligence services to keep them that way. As the war against ISIS winds down, the government has said it’s aware of about 180 individuals “with a nexus to Canada” who had travelled overseas to join ISIS and other groups — and another 60 who had returned to Canada. Unlike Canada’s allies in Iraq and Syria,...

Justin Trudeau tells Hamilton town hall Canadians can feel safe despite returning ISIS fighters Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a Hamilton town hall Wednesday that despite concerns over returning ISIS fighters, Canadians were safe in their country and could...

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Climate Barbie Has no time for climate deniers Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says she has “no time” for political adversaries who don’t believe climate change is real. During an interview with CTV Question Period host Evan Solomon, McKenna smacked down critics of the Liberals’ climate change plan and price on carbon. “I have no time for folks who are like, you know, ‘We shouldn’t take action,’” she said. “I don’t have time for politicians that play cynical games about climate action.” https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/mckenna-has-no-time-for-climate-change-deniers-1.3865161 On ‘Climate Barbie’ and the art of the insult “Climate Barbie” is a brilliant barb. Wish...

Climate Barbie Has no time for climate deniers Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says she has “no time” for political adversaries who don’t believe climate change is real. During an interview with CTV Question Period host Evan Solomon, McKenna...

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May 28, 2018

Tanya Granic Allen

Tanya Granic Allen no longer an Ontario PC party candidate after ‘irresponsible’ comments, Doug Ford says Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford says former party leadership hopeful Tanya Granic Allen will no longer be a candidate for the party. Ford made the announcement in a tweet just before 6 p.m. on Saturday. “We are a party comprised of people with diverse views that if expressed responsibly we would respect. However, the fact is her characterization of certain issues and people has been irresponsible,” Ford said in the statement. “Our party remains focused on defeating Kathleen Wynne and bringing relief to...

Tanya Granic Allen no longer an Ontario PC party candidate after ‘irresponsible’ comments, Doug Ford says Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford says former party leadership hopeful Tanya Granic Allen will no longer be a candidate for the party. Ford...

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Canadians are sick and tired of nasty liberal identity politics Canada is not a racist country, and most Canadians are not racist people. It’s strange that this even needs to be said, but given the rise of divisive identity politics and ugly race-baiting in the news these days, it’s worth stating and restating. That’s not to say that racism doesn’t exist. It does – in every society around the world and throughout history. There is, however, an important difference between individual cases of racism – which we should join together to condemn – and so-called institutional or systemic racism....

Canadians are sick and tired of nasty liberal identity politics Canada is not a racist country, and most Canadians are not racist people. It’s strange that this even needs to be said, but given the rise of divisive identity...

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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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