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Tag Archives: Stephen Harper
When it comes to guns, why does insanity trump outrage? It’s actually fairly simple. Insanity resides with the minority, outrage with the majority. And it’s much easier to organize and voice the views of a minority than it is to … Continue reading →
Are the Harper Conservatives playing politics with the Obama Democrats? History shows that kids have been sent to war for centuries and today we know the jihadists in the Middle East think nothing of recruiting anybody – men, women, … Continue reading →
Oh Canada … whaaatsssup with a Conservative Prime Minister, a Muslim mayor, a hardliner mayor and re-electing a Liberal government?
Is the times a changing? Left? Right? Who gives a damn? Are these political contradictions a sign of progress or just more shifting between the right and left at the same time? Or is it … Continue reading →
So much for trust Yep, it’s true! The US is considering building a fence along the border between US and Canada. Do you fecken’ believe it (DYFBI)? It’s an even dumber idea than the fence … Continue reading →