Canadian Parents Fooled Into Raising Prostitutes

    Canada, oh Canada. What the heck happened to ya? I suppose it is nothing more mundane than that our northern neighbor has succumbed to the same sort of nihilism that western culture in general is slouching toward. Two recent stories in the Canadian press could not illustrate better the depths being plumbed by Canadian society–and by extension our own. The first purports to be parenting | Read More »

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    The trade war that the Democratic Congress is inviting

    Canadian unions are urging retaliation against a Buy America provision: Two of Canada’s largest unions are urging the federal government to adopt a Buy Canadian policy similar to the proposal that has been criticized in the United States. The Europeans and the Chinese haven’t kicked in yet. President Obama and the Democrats in Congress are standing at the edge of a precipice, trying to decide | Read More »

    Teachin’ ‘Em Right

    An honor guard of the Canadian Army was marching at a memorial service in Belgium. The video is of a little Belgian boy watching them go by, and he does something that the Canadians respond to in kind. It’s nice to see someone teaching this child properly. (Hat tip: Dave In Texas)

    Palin: Obama can learn from gas pipeline deal

    Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, in an interview with Canadian television, said today that she is working to “grow the relationship” that Alaska has with Canada and called on president-elect Barack Obama to “see the light” and strengthen ties between the United States and its northern neighbor. The former Republican vice-presidential candidate was interviewed on the CTV program “Canada AM” and suggested that Obama should take | Read More »

    Leftist Canadian parties to bring government down over campaign finance laws

    In Canada, after a federal election, federal parties receive a grant from the federal government equivalent to $1.75 Canadian for every vote that the party received. The newly re-elected Conservative government tried to repeal that subsidy of political parties: The opposition said the update did not contain needed stimulus for an economy increasingly squeezed by the global downturn, but they were most angered by a | Read More »


    Our allies prepare for Obama’s damaging economic policies

    This morning’s WSJ notes an agreement between Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and French President (and rotating EU President) Nicolas Sarkozy to expand trade relations: Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Nicolas Sarkozy of France signed an agreement Friday to begin negotiations for a free trade pact between Canada and the European Union. A Canada-EU study released last week outlines the joint economic benefits of | Read More »

    Canadian results

    Several things to note from the Canadian elections. The Conservatives picked up 19 seats, but only 1.1% of the vote and the lowest turnout in Canadian history. The most significant feature of this election was the collapse of the Liberal Party out west and in Ontario. (they actually beat many polls in Quebec) The socialist party, the New Democratic Party or NDP, cut into Liberal | Read More »

    Canada’s Conservative Party wins re-election!

    What timing! McCain needs to take this to the bank! Canada’s Conservative Party wins re-election The opposition Liberals have typically been the party in power, forming the government for most of Canada’s 141 years. But the left-of-center vote was divided among four parties, giving an edge to the Conservatives.Liberal leader Stephane Dion’s campaign was hindered by his unpopular plan to tax all fossil fuels except | Read More »

    Today, the Canadians vote

    Today, Canadians vote. In the last election, the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) achieved a minority government (meaning the largest block in parliament without having a majority), their first victory since the disastrous election of 1993 when the Progressive Conservatives went from an outright majority to 2 seats. Prime Minster Stephen Harper’s government, elected in February 2006, has been the longest serving minority government in | Read More »

    A Fella From Canada Has A Message For His Great Uncle Sam

    This evening while posting a vote on Greatwire, I came across this poignant narrative and thought it warranted sharing. The merits of its content are sobering. Regards,Liberty Penn Justice aka The Red Rebel Comment by Jim SmallOctober 13th, 2008 at 10:26 pm First off, let me tell you I’m Canadian living in Nova Scotia, the welfare state of the country. We voted in our socialist | Read More »

    The Polar Bears Aren’t Drowning – Yet

    Reports of the demise of the Arctic icepack apparently have been greatly exaggerated. A three ship Canadian exploration fleet got stuck in the ice off Pt. Barrow, Alaska yesterday. The Anchorage Daily News story is here: Unlike we silly Americans, our socialist neighbors to the north, my east, actually explore, drill, and even mine natural resouces – they even cut trees! When you fly | Read More »

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    McCain and his trip to Canada

    John McCain attended a campaign event in Canada. Obama did not criticize him. The State Department did not send out a worldwide notification to all embassy staff not to attend Obama events and not to assist him in any way. However, the U.S. Ambassador to Canada did help John McCain and also attended the event. So in response of the apparent involvement of the Department | Read More »

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    On That Utterly Terrific Canadian Health Care System

    It’s really not all that terrific.

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