Tag Archives: Conservative

Oh Big Brother, Where Art Thou?

Facebook likes to ask us, “What’s on Your Mind?”, “Where Are You?”, “How Are You Feeling?”.  Nosy little platform if I do say so myself.  But it isn’t the only one; all social media platforms and even some operating systems such … Continue reading

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Liberal Party Hypocrisy

Liberals really are a bunch of hypocrites. Last Thursday, Justin Trudeau and his band of happy-go-lucky nitwits visited the Shoal Lake Reserve. Which in-and-of itself is perfectly fine and expected of a Prime Minister. However, this event was closed to … Continue reading

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Agenda 2030: The Monumental Surrender

“This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. It also seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. We [the UN] recognize that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the … Continue reading

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Why I Despise Justin Trudeau

It has been suggested that I should articulate the reasons for my sincere and utter disdain for Canada’s 23rd  Prime Minister. So here it is… In 2013, the nation watched as the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) selected it’s new party … Continue reading

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Five Pillars of Conservatism

The Five Pillars of Conservatism 1. The belief in the inalienable right of every man to succeed or fail, based on his own talents without undue interference by the state. 2. Belief in the standard of merit is the only viable … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

We need governments to foster individual innovation and not governments that foster a welfare state of dependants.  This should and must be of fundamental focus for a society that wishes to grow and maintain stability. Running large deficits and increasing … Continue reading

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A Unique Perspective: Shared by Many

From social media, or Facebook more specifically, here are two perspectives of the outcome of Canada’s 42nd General Election. ASHAMED By G. Ray Gompf, CD I’m ashamed to be a Canadian. I wasn’t ashamed to be a Canadian when I … Continue reading

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All Good Things…

Like the continuous cycle of the sun rising and setting, the ebb and flow of Canadian politics fosters change. The Conservative Party of Canada had a good run spanning almost a decade.  But nothing can last forever.  All good things … Continue reading

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Never Say Die: An Open Letter

AN OPEN LETTER TO CONSERVATIVE SUPPORTERS Friends, Did you know that Stephen Harper has served three consecutive mandates in office as Prime Minister? He has spent nine years and two-hundred forty-nine days as leader of our great Country. And he’s … Continue reading

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HDS, part II: Curbing the Bullspit

BIAS IN MEDIA: LET’S GET THE TRUTH OUT THERE With the October 19th election quickly closing in on Canada, there are several points that must be raised and discussed.  Canadians know the mainstream media cannot or will not report factually … Continue reading

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