Sometimes the Left doesn’t need an opposition

Do you know how narrative works? Because we're going to get a hard lesson in narrative. The George Lloyd murder and subsequent widespread protests against police brutality. For the record, I am in full support of all of these peaceful protests; but reject any and all violence and vandalism/looting. Two wrongs don't make a right. … Continue reading Sometimes the Left doesn’t need an opposition

Trudeau plays his conservative opponents like a fiddle and they’re too stupid to realize it.

From the hyperventilating going on, you'd think that Trudeau has outlawed all firearms. He hasn't. He's done the thing that so many Canadians mock Americans for: banning of military grade weapons. Included on the list you'd find RPG's and rocket launchers. Here's the list. Outrage. What he is guilty of is exploiting another crisis to … Continue reading Trudeau plays his conservative opponents like a fiddle and they’re too stupid to realize it.

Barack Obama endorses Justin’s re-election

I have no doubt this will lift the spirits of centrist liberals who prop up Justin Trudeau. But consider this. Barack Obama campaigned on hope and change in 2008, a generally Liberal agenda, he delivered a mostly incremental upgrade in domestic policy. Don't get me wrong, if I were American, I would have voted for … Continue reading Barack Obama endorses Justin’s re-election

Charter rights are meant to be protected. Unanimously.

If you're wondering why the abortion issue has sprung up in this election, it's because some folks have called out Elizabeth May and the Green Party’s ambiguity on abortion rights in Canada.  Specifically, the Green Party prides itself on being “un-whipped” when it comes to it's potential MP’s in that the party caucus won’t force … Continue reading Charter rights are meant to be protected. Unanimously.