Category Archives: Law

Nadon Appointment – Back here I mentioned that someone lied, but it goes on.

In a previous post I mentioned that These discussions are are supposed to be kept secret even from the Prime Minister, so: Someone broke their oath of secrecy and therefore lied, or Harper lied when he made that statement in … Continue reading

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Harper and and Coyne whine about the SCC Senate decision – Why don’t we ask Lawyers and political scientists instead?

Harper and one of his mouthpieces Coyne are distraught that they can’t just do stuff on a whim. Oh woe is us we can’t just change the constitutional basis for how the country is run just because we want to. … Continue reading

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CBC illustrates why it is needed and why the knuckle draggers want it gone – Temporary Foreign Workers Scandal

In one fell swoop the CBC illustrates why an independent broadcaster is a boon to Canada – they will cover stories that the corporately sponsored media won’t. Is there any other media outlet that would have spent the time and … Continue reading

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Harpergov – Do as we say, not as we do, especially where China is concerned.

If we needed further proof of just how ethically bankrupt and law breaking that the current government is (and we shouldn’t) we need look no further than how two cases regarding the nuclear non-proliferation treaty were handled by our glorious … Continue reading

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Russia enters the Crimea – NATO and the West is hoist on its own petard – Kosovo redux.

TDL posts that the Russian’s have crossed from Russia into the Crimea in numbers. He also notes that the West is wringing their hands most spectacularly about this action and will write a strongly worded note to Putin telling him … Continue reading

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Pollievre in action – An election reform bill that really just changes the law to make once illegal activities, legal?

Politicians rarely commit crimes and that is because they have the power to convert actions that were once criminal in nature into legal activities. Minister responsible for State Secrecy and reducing accountability Pollievre’s new bill appears to do just that: … Continue reading

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In Stephen Harper’s eyes I might well be an Anti-Semite – but how is this not apartheid?

I know that any criticism of the Israeli state and its actions is now grounds for being called an anti-Semite by the lunatics that have stolen the once proud monicker, Conservative, but would one of those clowns please explain how … Continue reading

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Stephen Poloz – you have just wiped 10% off of the value of my savings. You sir, are a c*nt.

So Stephen Poloz is the genius who has decided that for every ten dollars I earned yesterday, I in fact really only have nine now. Tell me… how is this any different than if a guy had held me up … Continue reading

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So how many times does Shelly Glover have to break the rules before it becomes a pattern?

Shelly Glover got caught fundraising from the very community that her department deals with and funds or doesn’t fund. While I would never say that this was a corrupt event where people saw the benefits of giving to the “re-elect … Continue reading

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Murphy pipebomb – crimes were commited by a lot of people as well as the young man himself.

There has been a lot of speculation about whether someone who wasn’t a wholesome, white Canadian like Murphy would have been treated as leniently as him. That is NOT the point of this post though. The point is to itemise … Continue reading

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