Archive for the ‘Archived’ Category

Black man accused in ‘bi-racial couple’ hate-crime case

Monday, February 6th, 2012

“it’s very possible for a person … to commit race crimes against someone who shares their race.” – Inspector Richard McCabe.

As you wish, Inspector, but it was always drummed into me by my very politically-correct union that it is impossible for Black people to be racist.


“Racist vandals” and the police as political performers

Friday, December 30th, 2011

Once again, this time in the person of York Regional Police 1 District Inspector Rick McCabe,  we have a police officer who misunderstands his function in society.  His comment “We won’t be asking for a plea bargain… We’re going to be asking for jail time — lots of it” sounds most impressive, and will undoubtedly help advance his career in today’s politically-correct policing environment, but the police won’t be making any recommendations to the courts, the Crown will.


Royal Canadian Legion: Poppy issue follow-up

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

The article below provides a concise summation of the issues, and you can ‘vote’ on whether or not the RCL should be allowed to have sole rights over the poppy as a registered trademark.

In my opinion, one solution might be for the trademark to be transferred to Her Majesty The Queen “In Right of Canada”, with requests to use the poppy being vetted by the Governor-General.


Royal Canadian Legion screws up big-time

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

It’s hard to tell who is the worst here, the RCL for threatening legal action against a group of veterans who formed a motorcycle club and include a small poppy in their logo, or the Toronto Sun for taking down a picture of the logo included with the article below for illustrative purposes.


Canadian Air & Space Museum to get new home?

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

I sent the museum a modest donation a couple of weeks ago, and received a tax-deductible receipt in around ten days.  The covering letter read in part as follows:


Urban versus rural: Ontario’s political realities

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

“It’s bad enough the McGuinty government never seemed to understand or care about rural issues from the start. But it never woke up in its entire eight years of majority government…”


The “Citiots” and Ontario’s “Tea Party”

Saturday, October 1st, 2011

“The truth is, there is no discernible Tea Party within Ontario politics. There is only a dwindling rural population “who have been bypassed by the urbanization of Ontario,” observes Jonathan Malloy, a political scientist at Ottawa’s Carleton University.”


Brief reprieve for Canadian Air and Space Museum

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

“We have been given some time but it doesn’t solve our problem. ” – Museum CEO Robert Cohen.


Outrage! Canadian Air & Space Museum being evicted

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

How could the government that returned “Royal” to our Navy and Air Force commit such a crime against our heroes and our history?


McGuinty healthcare monopoly offensive, anti-democratic

Monday, September 12th, 2011

It has always seemed to me that if someone wants to shell out their own money for medical care, thus lightening the load on the provincial medicare system, why would anyone anybody in their right mind try to stop them?