Ponies On Planes – Trudeau Unethical
Southwest Airlines is formally allowing miniature horses on its planes as service animals
Southwest Airlines has finalised its policy on the kinds of animals it will let passengers fly with — and it is formally allowing people to fly with trained miniature horses from next month.
From September 2017, the airline will only let dogs, cats, and miniature horses in the cabin, according to a statement on its website.
The new policy also includes a list of animals that are not eligible to come on board, which features insects, spiders, rabbits, ferrets, or rodents.
Trudeau broke law in SNC-Lavalin scandal, refuses to apologize
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the media after the bombshell report dropped hours earlier by the third party Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion, which confirmed what many Canadians already believed; that Justin Trudeau had inappropriately pressured then-Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould in what would soon be known as the SNC-Lavalin Scandal.
Trudeau addressed the media at Niagara-on-the-lake, Ontario, in a much-anticipated response. Media pundits speculated whether the prime minister would apologize, with many iterating that this would be the first time Trudeau would have to face the verified fact that Trudeau acted inappropriately.
Trudeau says he thinks Liberals will pick up seats in Alberta
With only 100 days left until the election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau likes his chances of picking up seats in Alberta.
“We are going to, not just bring back our MPs, but bring back more MPs to Ottawa,” he told a crowd of supporters in Calgary on Saturday.
The Liberals only have three seats in the province right now, two in Edmonton and one in Calgary. Of the 34 total seats in the province, the Conservatives hold 29.
Seats the Tories occupy are often secured by a wide margin. For example, in the 2015 election Kevin Sorenson, running in Alberta’s Battle River–Crowfoot, had the second-highest share of the popular vote. He also received more votes than any other candidate across Canada.
The prime minister may predict big things for the province, but the current poll numbers don’t seem to support his theory.
Will the Liberals even win a seat in Alberta this time?
In today’s Big Story podcast, Alberta’s disdain for Trudeaus runs pretty deep. In part two of our Lay of the Land series, we visit the Tory stronghold and examine the electoral landscape. The province wasn’t a total loss for Trudeau and his Liberals in 2015, but they could easily be completely shut out here this fall.
What’s at the root of Alberta’s anger at the federal government? How much of that is their fault? And if Andrew Scheer can’t knock off a few Liberals in the suburbs this time, what does that say about the national vote?
Gun Sales Surge After Mass Shootings
Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, many first-time buyers are seeking concealed weapon licenses, purchasing handguns, and taking concealed carry classes.
According to the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, there are 393,300,000 guns in the United States already, which amounts to 120.5 guns per 100 people. Despite these astronomical figures, more and more people feel it is not enough.Share on Facebook Tweet about this