The fact that Canada is admitting as refugees at least 250 White Helmets and their family members exposes the involvement of the Trudeau government, like the Harper government before it, in the illegal, US-led, regime-change operation in Syria. These two ...Read More »
The anti-Assad gas caper
It was a clearly trumped-up (no relation, no pun) sarin scam to blame Syria’s Bashar Assad government for the alleged gas attack against Syrian civilians. There is a group of terrorists (known as “White helmets”) who are subject to U.S. ...Read More »
Trump blows against Canada’s competitiveness
To the predictable howls of environmentalists, U.S. President Donald Trump has turned his pen on Barack Obama’s climate change policies—to the detriment of Canadians. Signing the Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth executive order (EO) while surrounded by coal miners, ...Read More »
Influence peddling! Is it a Liberal game?
How did this become a Liberal thing? Selling influence with their government seems so Tory and yet the egregious, bald-faced sale of access to office holders infects Liberals, festering in both Ottawa and Queen’s Park. It’s so utterly corrupt that ...Read More »
If you were president of the USA what would you do? 1
If You Were President Of The United States, What Would You Do? (Part 1 of 2) “If I were president, we could eat dessert every day,” says a friend who answered this question for a Kids Talk About God Arts ...Read More »
Five issues preoccupying business leaders
Rohit Talwar — One of the most common questions I get from CEO’s is, “What are the biggest issues on the minds of other leaders right now?” Here are five topics that seem to be top of mind for the ...Read More »
Are our mainstream media corrupt or naive?
Frank Touby — In the past I always felt good about the objectivity of Canadian news media versus those in the U.S. when it comes to independent reporting. But lately not so much and now, after the 2016 U.S. presidential ...Read More »
I voted in America’s ugliest election 2
If national leadership elections were glamour contests, like the one between Justin Trudeau and Stephen Harper, there would be no winner for the White House this time around. Ugly prevails south of the 49th parallel and I won’t tell you ...Read More »