Category Archives: Great Folks

ET – Showing Canadians what the Canadian mainstream media won’t…

Our sole surviving flying AVRO Lancaster from the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, Ontario, during its historic rendezvous with its sole surviving flying British Counterpart, in Britain this summer.

The Canadian Lanc flew 3000+ miles to Britain to join its British cousin in a tour of old Blighty. Accompanied in Britain by a variety of surviving (and modern) British warplanes, “Vera”, the Mynarski Lanc is thrilling audiences around Britain. Some of the video available on Youtube celebrating this historic achievement are below. Too bad it will be over before most Canadians will ever know that it happened.

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Steyn: Celebrate Conformity!

[Ed. note: After reading Mark’s essay, click on the title below and buy a few things from his website. Your purchase will aid Mark in his defense against the lawfare of Michael Mann and the Climate Cabal. This is a … Continue reading

Afterburner – The Lynching, by Bill Whittle: The de-sanctifying of Trayvon Martin, and why the President of the United States is a pig.

We’ll leave the final word to David Burge @iowahawk

Ground Control to Major Tom…er Cmdr Chris…

At the conclusion of his stint as commander of the International Space Station, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield signs off with a slick and fitting send-off prior to taking the somewhat hazardous return trip in the Soyuz capsule. Hadfield made a point in this tour of bringing the ISS mission to folks on the ground through link-ups and sing-a-longs with schools, video and photo presentations, and the general esprit de corps that says science, even space science, doesn’t have be all technical and devoid of humanity. The video is, of course, a slightly updated(!) cover of David Bowie’s well-known Space Oddity.

The best President the US never had…yet.

“Mr. President, you won. We accept it. Now step away from the teleprompter and do your job.”

Whatever you think of Sarah Palin, you need to listen to this speech.

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In the Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month in a New Millennium – We Will Remember Them.

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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.

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Time for Steyn: The Edge of the Abyss.

The Edge of the Abyss The default setting of American society is ever more liberal and statist. By Mark Steyn   November 9, 2012. Amid the ruin and rubble of the grey morning after, it may seem in poor taste to do … Continue reading