By Jay Cameron and By John Carpay June 10, 2021 (JCCF) – During a live-streamed question-and-answer session on May 19, Alberta’s Premier Jason Kenney spent nearly ten
National Post Dec 18, 2020 By Rupa Subramanya Recently, a brand of politics fuelled by identity-driven special interests has taken hold in Canada. Such politics is
By Rebel News December 19, 2020 The case centred on mother-of-two Kate Scottow’s comments that a transgender activist named Stephanie Hayden is a “pig in
“Peter: I am back from the Bohemian Grove,” Powell writes. “Surprise, Surprise, I sat next to Stephen Harper a couple of times and had a nice discussion.”
My absence in England last week prevented me from celebrating the acquittal of Mike Duffy in this column, but there are a few points still to be made about it. There was never anything wrong with Mike Duffy padding around promoting the Conservative party while a paid-up senator. MPs do that and there is nothing wrong with senators doing it. There was nothing wrong with Nigel Wright paying Duffy’s alleged excesses on his travel expenses.
In the midst of a campaign by his fellow city councillors to strip him of the bulk of his mayoral powers, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford took to radio and television to drive home his message this week, speaking to several U.S. networks and with CBC’s Peter Mansbridge.
Good news: Foreign Policy magazine may solve the dilemma for you. The Washington-based magazine demonstrates that Canadian opponents aren’t alone in thinking the “fifth generation fighter” (which sounds significant but really only means there were four earlier ones, kind of like owning a “fifth generation Oldsmobile”) is a disaster waiting to happen. In “The Jet that Ate the Pentagon” it pretty much dismembers the argument for the plane, largely on the basis that it will be insanely expensive (even more insanely than the costs known at present, and which the federal government sought valiantly to disguise by letting Defence Minister Peter MacKay be in charge). And besides the expense, it says, the planes don’t work very well, and aren’t likely to.
Potentially as damaging as the cost over-runs are the claims made by critics like military analyst Winslow Wheeler that the F-35 is a “virtual flying piano” that lacks agility and is grounded far too often for maintenance.
The day the Auditor-General’s damning report on the F-35 fighter jets landed, the Harper government attempted to contain the damage by announcing the creation of a new “F-35 Secretariat” to oversee the process to replace Canada’s aging CF-18 fleet.
Three Freemasons: Canada Minister of Finance Bro. Jim Flaherty, Incoming Bank of Canada Governor Bro. Stephen Poloz, Outgoing Bank of Canada Governor/Incoming Bank of England Governor Bro. Mark Carney
National Post John Ivison: Trudeau’s incoherent gun registry position is a gift to his Liberal rivals Dec 3, 2012 Bro. John Ivison Sometime between now
Winnipeg Free Press May 18, 2012 Queen’s Jubilee guest list draws criticism due to inclusion of Bahrain, Swaziland kings Raphael Satter, The Associated Press Caption:
CBC News Mar 20, 2012 4 themes from the NDP leadership race By Laura Payton, CBC News Freemason Signs…
CBC News May 20, 2012 Video Grand Entrance (Masonic ‘Cutsign’ @ 01:31) Continue reading ‘Sovereigntist’ Bro. Lucien Bouchard takes on Quebec’s ‘general malaise’
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Canada.com http://www.canada.com/news/Coyne+debacle+demonstrates+system+government+collapse/6412407/story.html Coyne: F-35 debacle demonstrates a system of government in collapse April 4, 2012 By Andrew Coyne, Postmedia News Two Freemasons: Chief of Defense
National Post http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2012/03/06/jesse-kline-on-current-threats-to-internet-freedom-the-statists-strike-back/ Jesse Kline on current threats to Internet freedom: The statists strike back Mar 6, 2012 Jesse Kline Two Freemasons: Justice Minister Rob
Yahoo News http://ca.news.yahoo.com/former-u-vp-dick-cheney-deems-canada-too-202939638.html Former U.S. vp Dick Cheney deems Canada too dangerous for speaking visit Mon, 12 Mar, 2012 By Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press
This documentary shows how the glories of war become enshrined in history. How failures are quickly forgotten and how inconvenient truths are ignored forever. With
Toronto Sun Anti-abortion protesters hope Harper will re-open debate Thursday, May 12, 2011 By Kristy Kirkup, Parliamentary Bureau Freemason PM Stephen Harper Making Masonic Recognition
‘Cutsigns’ @ 00:29, etc. Ipso Verso Sighere et Avi Tugurium Clam Structura Further Reading: Protestantism and Freemasonry – The KJV, Bacon, Fludd, Luther, and Rosicrucian
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Globe and Mail Tuesday, Jun. 01, 2010 Greg McArthur and Daniel Leblanc Ottawa Freemasons Brian Mulroney PC and Richard Wolson QC, Lead Oliphant ‘Inquiry’ Counsel
Link to News Release Freemason Toronto Mayor David Miller was also in attendance with Freemason Former Ontario Premiers Bill Davis and David Peterson and current
Guardian.Co.Uk German fraud trial may throw light on slush fund affair Arms dealer and lobbyist Karlheinz Schreiber, 75, denies bribery and tax evasion Monday 18
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The Guardian Thursday 26 March 2009 Letter: My solidarity with George Galloway Conrad Black George Galloway attacks the Canadian minister of immigration, Jason Kenney, for
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Although he has visited Canada before, the Canada Border Services Agency declared him inadmissible on national-security grounds and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney decided he would not use his power to let Mr. Galloway in.
The Hill Times March 16th, 2009 Liberals to hold policy convention, but won’t talk about policy Grits say they’re avoiding making any policy suggestions that
CBC News Tuesday, March 17, 2009 Conservative Party’s plan to acclaim incumbent MPs draws criticism The federal Conservative Party is moving ahead with reforms to