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Two words: “Google RCAF” Canada’s air force has had a long and distinguished history. Following the Conservative’s homage to Canada’s armed forced by restoring the historic “Royal” to branch designations, the PM’s new plane reflects the traditonal wardrobe of the … Continue reading
The ‘Vigilance’ Vigilantes By Mark Steyn, National Review Online, April 5, 2013 He who controls the language shapes the debate: In the same week the Associated Press announced that it would no longer describe illegal immigrants as “illegal immigrants,” the … Continue reading
We’re Not Screwed? by Ross McKittrick, Financial Post, April 1, 2013 11,000-year study’s 20th-century claim is groundless We’re screwed: 11,000 years’ worth of climate data prove it. — The Atlantic, March 10 The modern rise that has recreated the temperatures … Continue reading
Gay activists have met their match with Muslim barbers By Ezra Levant, Saturday, November 17, 2012, QMI Agency So a lesbian walks into a Muslim barbershop, and asks for a “businessmen’s haircut”. It sounds like the beginning of a joke, … Continue reading
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” We will remember them.” Lt. Col. Dr. John McCrae, Guelph, Canada. Died January 28, 1918, while in active service in Boulogne-Sur-Mer, France.
DONE! Except for the poor folks of QC, GONE! R.I.P. October 31, 2012. Hallelujah! By Stephen D’Allotte, September 10, 2012, EdTimes Staff. The recent decision by the Quebec Superior Court to attempt to order the Federal Government to hand Quebec’s … Continue reading
[Editor's comment: In Canada, we've had our share of ILA's too, the most recent, and most, um, reviled?, were Hahvard grads David Miller, former Mayor of The Centre of the Universe Toronto, and Michael Ignatief, the Man Who Would Be … Continue reading
Dalton McGuinty: good dad, mean dad, no dad by MARGARET WENTE, Thursday, Oct. 18 2012, The Globe and Mail Wanted: Skilled leader to turn around fiscally distressed province. Must have strong stomach and a willingness to take on public-sector unions. … Continue reading