June 1st, 2019 | Spartacus
You'll always hear some pencil-neck libertarian say something stupid like, “Corporations and companies can do what they want. If you don't like what they do, start your own corporation to compete with them.” You can tell that pencil-neck to build his own country and rule it how he wants. Until he does, he'll need to accept the fact that less of us are willing to put up with elitist billionaires and their monopolies. It's time to break up monopolies like Facebook and smash open the piggy banks of ruthless, socialist scumbags like George Soros, Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos. It's time to use the government and our laws to protect free speech, destroy monopolies and drain the wealth from billionaires and hoarders. If you don't like it, start your own fucking country.
June 1st, 2019 | RR
When actual facts come to light, we realize that Denmark is the exact opposite of Venezuela. Denmark isn't a socialist country at all—it's a very successful and wealthy capitalist nation. The country has one of the highest GDPs in the world and brings in so much free-market capital through taxation that it can afford to sustain strong, successful welfare and healthcare programs. Despite all of these facts, socialist politicians in North America always tell us the same things verbatim. They tell us that countries like Venezuela are doing socialism all wrong. It's almost like a talking point they share with each other, but that's totally wrong and easy to research. The problem is, anyone with a brain and a keyboard can find the facts about Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. Anyone with a brain would slowly realize that none of these countries are actually socialist countries.
June 1st, 2019 | CW
The room was crowded with people from the Canadian Taxpayers Association and the Fraser Institute. There were representatives from Alberta Report and National Post. People from the Reform Party and the Progressive Conservative Party were standing shoulder-to-shoulder. Many others filtered in. The year was 1998 and a highly anticipated guest speaker was about to enter the room. The lights dimmed and the door opened. In walked Charlie Wang... writer for the website Poletical.
June 1st, 2019 | SP
In the 1990s, more than 60% of Canadians made the claim to pollsters that racism was a problem in the country. That number has since declined to just 47% in 2019, according to the Ipsos poll. In 1992, that number sat at 69%. Global News' headlines about this poll, however, tried to tell us that "half of Canadians think racism is a serious problem in Canada", of course, failing to mention that these numbers have declined by 22% in nearly thirty years. Another important piece of information left out in most Global reports on their very own, commissioned poll, suggest that non-white minorities are more likely to think racist thoughts that they would not be willing to express publicly.
June 1st, 2019 | TC
Mitt Romney made Barack Obama look like a fool during the 2012 presidential race and he was subjected to the worst kind of media bias, which arguably led to the eventual election of a candidate who declared war on fake news in 2016. Inside of Mitt Romney's head must have been brewing a jealously and envy. How could a shrewd billionaire with no manners and a loud mouth be more electable than him? The squeeky clean Mormon, whose worst scandal was strapping a dog kennel to the roof of his car during a road trip, is less electable than a billionaire who once bragged about grabbing women by their genitals. This is evidently bothering Mitt Romney so much that he cannot get over it.
June 2nd, 2019 | RR
A Muslim activist named Faisal Khan Suri did what we are told never to do when a Muslim terrorist commits mass murder. Suri made an overt link between the Christchurch shooter, the Quebec mosque shooter and conservative commentators—linking conservatism to extremist violence and Donald Trump. Suri made a sweeping, blanket judgment on all conservatives based on the views of one, lone gunman. Had the roles been reversed, or had a conservative sat in Suri's chair and made similar judgments on the Muslim community, that person would be called a Nazi and any Liberal on the committee who would have shut him down would have been called a hero by media. However, the roles were not reversed and Michael Cooper was the one taken to the woodshed by media, Liberals and his own party leader.