U.S. Hypocircy over Softwood Lumber and Free Trade

The issue of softwood lumber has been a long-standing problem of trade between the US and Canada since 1982. There have been numerous legal battles over the trade which have caused some degree of tension between the two countries. But as I will show, the U.S. outrage at softwood lumber prices is nothing short of…

The Warrior Necessity, Not Problem

A response to The Sun and Kris Sims. The situation between the Government of Canada and its First Nations people is rising as a major issue again as the Idle No More movement continues. After the liberal protest movement dragged on and its uselessness is laid bare, more and more radical elements are stepping in.…

Justin Trudeau’s Islamic Good Will Spirit

I’m no fan of the Trudeau family; they are after all bourgeois liberals. I do however have respect for them. Particularly the elder Pierre Trudeau, who took BS from no one, insisted on being his own man and refused to participate in the embargo against Cuba at the insistence of the US government. So there…

Sue-Ann Levy Defending The Ford Failure

One of the things I like to do (for some reason) is to go through writings of SunMedia and look to see just how ridiculous they can get. One such article grabbed my attention: Sue-Ann Levy’s “Ford’s Big Step” form December 3rd. When it comes to hearing right wing story twisting, Levy is always a…

UN Vote And Ezra Levant Are A Shame On This Nation

The historic vote only a few days ago has left Palestine with the position of a “non-member observer”, a big step towards recognition as a state. The vote was an overwhelming one, 138 voting in favour as opposed to 9 voting against and 41 obtaining. Clearly the majority of the UN membership has spoke and…