Podcasts by Brian Lovig of Right Edition

Waters began her tirade by accusing the president of being intent on “taking America down,” rather than living up to his 2016 presidential slogan of “Make America Great Again.” “I am in this fight,” Waters declared before claiming her political opponents are waging an effort to “intimidate,” and “frighten,” her. During a June 30 speech in Los Angeles to demonstrators protesting President Trump “zero-tolerance,” immigration policies, the California lawmaker warned her enemies “better shoot straight,” if they are going to confront her. “No, we have members of Congress trying to intimidate me,” Waters said. “ https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/07/25/maxine-waters-claims-god-sent-her-to-get-donald-trump/ Hutterites (German: Hutterer)...

Waters began her tirade by accusing the president of being intent on “taking America down,” rather than living up to his 2016 presidential slogan of “Make America Great Again.” “I am in this fight,” Waters declared before claiming her...

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Why Universal Basic Income Is A Ridiculous Idea You know what the most ridiculous idea I’ve ever heard is? And, the crazy thing is, I keep hearing my entrepreneurial friends talk about this. People I respect, people that I admire, I hear are proponents of this idea of a universal basic income. The idea that the government should just dole out cash. Like, if robots take over all the world, we’re going to need the government to take care of us and give out a universal basic income for people so that everybody can live while the robots run...

Why Universal Basic Income Is A Ridiculous Idea You know what the most ridiculous idea I’ve ever heard is? And, the crazy thing is, I keep hearing my entrepreneurial friends talk about this. People I respect, people that I...

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‘It’s civil disarmament’: Canadian gun owners blast proposed new gun control laws The federal Liberal government has tabled sweeping new gun control legislation, and some Canadian firearms owners are not pleased. Among the proposed new regulations are lifetime background checks, a requirement that vendors keep records for 20 years, and a requirement to present a license when buying rifles and shotguns. Sheldon Clare, president of the National Firearms Association, says the rules will do nothing to stop crime and will hurt law-abiding gun owners. ‘It’s civil disarmament’: Canadian gun owners blast proposed new gun control laws Self-Government for Aboriginal...

‘It’s civil disarmament’: Canadian gun owners blast proposed new gun control laws The federal Liberal government has tabled sweeping new gun control legislation, and some Canadian firearms owners are not pleased. Among the proposed new regulations are lifetime background...

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August 23, 2018

Birthdays and Politics

Brian Lovig has been a business owner, tv personality, rodeo rider, developer and auctioneer. He was even a milkman once, soon after he left school in grade 8. Brian Lovig has done a lot. And he’s learned a lot, about people, business and country. He is passionate and vocal about free enterprise and politics, Brian demands to hear and speak the truth. And that’s why you’ll never see him run for public office. Brian Lovig represents the “right” side, for the people. He says what many are simply too frightened to say. Brian calls his show politically right and...

Brian Lovig has been a business owner, tv personality, rodeo rider, developer and auctioneer. He was even a milkman once, soon after he left school in grade 8. Brian Lovig has done a lot. And he’s learned a lot,...

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True Grit is a 1969 American western film. It is the first film adaptation of Charles Portis’ 1968 novel of the same name. The screenplay was written by Marguerite Roberts. The film was directed by Henry Hathaway and starred Kim Darby as Mattie Ross and John Wayne as U.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn. Wayne won his only Academy Award for his performance in this film and reprised his role for the 1975 sequel Rooster Cogburn. Historians believe Cogburn was based on Deputy U.S. Marshal Heck Thomas, who brought in some of the toughest outlaws. The cast also features Glen Campbell,...

True Grit is a 1969 American western film. It is the first film adaptation of Charles Portis’ 1968 novel of the same name. The screenplay was written by Marguerite Roberts. The film was directed by Henry Hathaway and starred...

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The Age-Old Problem of “Fake News” It’s been part of the conversation as far back as the birth of the free press n the margins of his copy of Condorcet’s treatise Outlines of an Historical View of the Progress of the Human Mind, President John Adams scribbled a cutting note. Writing in the section where the French philosopher predicted that a free press would advance knowledge and create a more informed public, Adams scoffed. “There has been more new error propagated by the press in the last ten years than in an hundred years before 1798,” he wrote at...

The Age-Old Problem of “Fake News” It’s been part of the conversation as far back as the birth of the free press n the margins of his copy of Condorcet’s treatise Outlines of an Historical View of the Progress...

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Victims of ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’ land in ICU after Putin freakout — Here’s my prescription As soon as President Trump concluded his successful summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland on Monday, the Washington swamp and liberal media launched a concerted effort to falsely portray our president’s positive foreign policy achievement in the most negative light possible. The rabidly anti-Trump reporters covering the summit were single-mindedly obsessed by the collusion myth – determined to prove that the Trump presidential campaign colluded with Russia to help Donald Trump win the 2016 presidential race, despite no real evidence to support...

Victims of ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’ land in ICU after Putin freakout — Here’s my prescription As soon as President Trump concluded his successful summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland on Monday, the Washington swamp and liberal media...

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Canada looks to deepen involvement in Mali by sending up to 20 police officers The federal government plans to deepen Canada’s involvement in Mali by sending up to 20 police officers and investing millions of dollars in the coming years to help train local security forces in the destitute West African nation. https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/canada-looks-to-deepen-involvement-in-mali-by-sending-up-to-20-police-officers-1.4001547 ISIS claims Toronto shooting as probe reportedly finds gunman visited terror websites, lived in Middle East ISIS claimed responsibility Wednesday for the deadly Toronto shooting and investigators are reportedly digging into the gunman’s past and Internet history — but Canadian officials continue to insist the killings...

Canada looks to deepen involvement in Mali by sending up to 20 police officers The federal government plans to deepen Canada’s involvement in Mali by sending up to 20 police officers and investing millions of dollars in the coming...

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July 31, 2018

Oh Canada Whoa Canada

Tax burden: a clear and present danger to Canada’s prosperity The idiom “the straw that broke the camel’s back” describes a minor or routine action that causes a large and sudden reaction because of the cumulative effects of many other small actions. This might well describe the state of business investment and entrepreneurship in Canada. After years of mounting tax and increased regulation, coupled with a decidedly anti-business rhetoric from many capitals across the country, it seems the back of business investment and entrepreneurship in Canada has been broken. https://biv.com/article/2018/04/tax-burden-clear-and-present-danger-canadas-prosperity Taxes — the average Canadian family’s largest expense With...

Tax burden: a clear and present danger to Canada’s prosperity The idiom “the straw that broke the camel’s back” describes a minor or routine action that causes a large and sudden reaction because of the cumulative effects of many...

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Trudeau on groping allegations: ‘I apologized in the moment’ Between snapping selfies with steelworkers for Canada Day last Sunday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came up against some uncomfortable questions. At an event for steel and aluminum workers at Regina in western Canada, a reporter asked Trudeau, 46, to address allegations that he had groped a young woman at a music festival in British Columbia 18 years ago. The self-described feminist, who has said he has “no tolerance” for sexual harassment, said he did not recall the event. “I remember that day in Creston well. It was an Avalanche Foundation...

Trudeau on groping allegations: ‘I apologized in the moment’ Between snapping selfies with steelworkers for Canada Day last Sunday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came up against some uncomfortable questions. At an event for steel and aluminum workers at Regina...

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