So, I see, in a report by Sean Kirkpatrick of the Canadian Press, published in the Globe and Mail, and confirmed by others ... ... that "The Liberal government announced late Monday that it has agreed to change draft legislation that proposed to grant itself wide-reaching new powers to tax and spend without parliamentary approval … Continue reading Do what’s right
I still have nothing helpful to say about the Covid-19 crisis, except to ask all my readers to obey the laws and to follow the advice given to us by medical professionals. I will say that I worry a bit that a government that I believe is both inept and corrupt will recall Parliament and … Continue reading Exactly right, again.
The Post Millennial, which is usually a fairly reliable (albeit somewhat breathless) source of hard news says, quoting Blacklock's Reporter, which I have found to be also pretty fair and accurate, that "Justin Trudeau's Department of Infrastructure, which is headed by the ever-controversial Catherine McKenna, cannot account for billions of taxpayer money." The report explains … Continue reading What?
Further to my last post, a few minutes ago, which is just below, Jesse Snyder, writing in the National Post, reports that "A parliamentary bid to further investigate the SNC-Lavalin scandal has been shut down with the Bloc Québécois being accused of making a “deal” with the Liberals." He says that "Conservative MP Michael Barrett, … Continue reading What kind of a deal did Prime Minister Trudeau make with the separatists?
I see, in the Globe and Mail, in a report by James Brunskill of the Canadians Press, that "The federal ethics commissioner says there is no reason to believe former Privy Council clerk Michael Wernick broke the conflict-of-interest law during the SNC-Lavalin affair." Commissioner Mario Dion said that "“the individuals who acted under the direction … Continue reading The right decision
One commentator on social media dubbed this ... ... the moment when Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault said that the Trudeau regime plans to license news websites as a 'Boston Tea Pary moment.' She was referring to the protest, in December of 1773, when angry American colonists (many dressed as Native Americans to try and hide … Continue reading Is this a ‘Boston Tea Party moment?’
What rubbish, you might ask? This rubbish: I think it has been well established that Andrew Scheer is a deeply conservative Christian who, unlike Justin Trudeau, actually believes what his bible says. There are millions of people in Canada who are very much like Andrew Scheer: they are Buddhists, Christians, Daoists, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and … Continue reading It’s time to end this rubbish