Archive for the ‘Canada’ Category

The Netcast of the Week.

April 2, 2009

If you listen to one pod/netcast this week, make it episode 43 of Brassballs Radio.

Wendy “RightGirl” Sullivan interviews Ezra Levant about his 900 day ordeal with the Canadian so-called “Human Rights” Commission, which is actually a rigged “kangaroo court.”

Here is the first in a series of videos of one of Levant’s interrogations by the “Human Rights” commission.

Mr. Levant went on to write a book about his ordeal and how these so-called “courts” in Canada operate. Shakedown: How Our Government is Undermining Democracy in the Name of Human Rights is selling out all over Canada. It’s a wake up call for what can happen in America if the left continues to push its agenda of “political correctness.”

Originally posted at The Urbin Report.

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It’s 1984 in Canada

January 22, 2008

The Thought Police are functioning in Canada.

Canada responds to Russian expansion

August 11, 2007

Canada’s prime minister announced plans Friday for an army training center and a deepwater port on the third day of an Arctic trip meant to assert sovereignty over a region with potentially vast energy resources.

Another country figures out Kyoto

April 20, 2007

The Canadian government figures out what 98 members of the US Senate figured out.
The Kyoto Treaty was an economic transfer program from the first world to third, not an environmental treaty.

This week’s announcement by the Canadian government — that it may join a U.S.-led coalition focused on voluntary emissions cuts — could be part of a global shift away from Kyoto’s binding targets.

In a somewhat surprising development, Canada, a long-time supporter of the Kyoto Protocol, announced that it may want to join the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate (AP6), a six-nation coalition focusing on voluntary emission-reduction steps and technology transfers. Many environmentalists oppose AP6 out of a fear that it may undermine political support for the legally binding Kyoto treaty.

HT to Mr. Reynolds

Snappy comeback to a liberal…

November 4, 2004

“Sad, but true. I’m actually moving to Canada once I pay off my debt.”

Cool! Then you can help us pay off ours! The Canadian national debt is double that the size of the US (in relationship to GDP) and to pay it off, governments suck away over 50% of the income of the average working middleclass. (The high earners having long left to vote Republican)

— One blogger nailing another….