January 1st, 2021 | JH
Justin Trudeau’s plan to implement “The Great Reset” and rearrange our whole economy is sending fear down the spines of conservatives everywhere. This reset will cost a fortune and, the whole Modern Monetary Theory of infinity deficit spending in order to achieve it, is going to fail spectacularly. So why don’t I care? There are a few reasons for my take on this.
January 2nd, 2021 | DS
A minimum of 82 cases of the Wuhan Coronavirus were brought into Canada through Vancouver's international airport since October 1. As reports emerge of at least 28 entering Canada through Toronto in December, it is important to remember Canada's other international airports facing the same problems. It is unknown whether each of the 82 flights coming into Vancouver had more than one case of the Coronavirus, but according to BC's CDC, 82 international flights had one or more cases aboard in the last quarter of 2020.
January 1st, 2021 | AR
When fossil fuels are forcibly phased out, many believe the wars will end. Wars like the ones in Iraq have been criticized as wars for oil, which they most definitely were, but it is wrong to think that the end of fossil fuels would bring an end to wars for energy resources. As battery-powered electric cars make their way into the global market and become affordable, demand for lithium and cobalt will substantially increase.
January 1st, 2021 | JH
It looks like Erin O’Toole is going to lose the next election. Polls have been consistent for some time now and Trudeau is set to easily win a third term. The good news is that polls don’t really start to matter until two weeks before an election. The bad news is that Erin has the deck stacked against him and it won’t be easy to overcome the odds
January 1st, 2021 | CW
I suggest that Trump will go down as a Barry Goldwater figure. His greatest legacy will be having inspired a new path for up-and-coming Republicans to follow. America is not quite ready for the Caesar that was promised, but Donald Trump has planted the seeds and only time will tell how they grow. Eventually, however, we’ll get the fruit from the trees that grow from those seeds and when we do, get ready.
January 1st, 2021 | KW
Before 1968, Canada had prime ministers hailing from Nova Scotia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. On the surface this looks like a diverse representation of leadership for the country. For the past 52 years, however, there has been a strange political anomaly where the leader of the Liberal Party finds themselves either representing or having been born in Quebec and, subsequently, being voted in as prime minister.
January 1st, 2021 | SP
My smug Canadian friends, I hope you are enjoying your serving of rotten crow. For many months we have been subjected to your deranged obsession with admonishing the Americans and their leadership. What idiots those Americans must be for allowing the pandemic to run rampant and for electing a corrupted buffoon like Donald Trump.
January 1st, 2021 | RR
People on both ends of the political spectrum live in bubbles. There are people on both sides that have inoculated their brains from catching new ideas and concepts. The minute something is framed—even erroneously—as a left or right idea, it is rejected without a second thought. People's brains have become so hard-wired that it's difficult for new information to get inside.
January 1st, 2021 | Spartacus
Who could have imagined that a bunch of effeminate beta male tech-dorks would be the arbiters of truth in 2021? A humanoid droid at Facebook employs his own fact-checkers to dispute content that challenges the leftist framework. A bearded hipster dope at Twitter suspends users and flags legitimate news stories when they don't adhere to the Democrat Party's narratives. Estrogen junkies at Google use algorithms to block important information and decide which sites should be considered authoritative.