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G&M Reporter on Trudeau: “Why…he’s just like Gandhi!”

Seen on the front page of the Globe and Mail web site:

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Yeah, disambiguation be damned. The Globe and Mail reporters/editorialists, and editors responsible for this junk journalism are justinunpluggedmore than happy to dupe the readers (whom they so respect!) and have them believe theMahatma_Gandhi supposedly “uncanny” comparison they speak of is between Justin Trudeau and the famous Gandhis that we all know from grade school – Indira Gandhi (it’s not); and the even more famous and much-revered Mahatma Gandhi (wrong again). And no, it’s not even Rajiv.

Oh! Sorry! Did you think we meant Mahatma Gandhi? OOPS! 

It’s actually about the “uncanny” comparison to a virtual unknown in most of non-East-Indian Canada – a Rahul Gandhi, who’s sole claim to fame is that he is related to Indira Gandhi, and who bears no familial relation whatsoever to the one they really wanted you to think of – Mahatma Gandhi.

 

Continue Reading | Wednesday October 7, 2015 at 9:58 am 0

When “deplorable” = “superb”

This wordplay occurs in instances like when the Globe and Mail reports on Russia’s reaction to the Harper Conservatives’ military aid to Ukraine, which is designed to to help defend Ukraine militarily from the socialist Putin’s megalomaniacal annexation fetish.

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Putin hates it, so it must be bang on.

Continue Reading | Wednesday April 15, 2015 at 11:25 am 1

Clarion call to the left-wing media: smear Conservatives harder!

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Even in the article in which the poll news was mentioned, the NatPo writer took immediate steps to discount it, and warned that this poll “may be an outlier.” Just this poll, mind you, not any other poll, like previous polls showing that Trudeau was ahead. Those polls weren’t outliers.

Continue Reading | Monday March 30, 2015 at 4:50 pm 0

Today in epic pro-abort stupidy

These tweets tweaked us this morning because we love the contrast between monumental dumbassery – and a curt, great response.

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Oh the burn.

 

Continue Reading | Monday March 30, 2015 at 1:42 pm 0

National Post embarrasses themselves with their Trudeau fanboyism

Liberals at the National Post embarrassed themselves today, with a failed attempt to resurrect their man Justin Trudeau, whose lack of a coherent policy on, well, anything, has already more than proven his utter inadequacy for the job of prime minister – at least to the rest of us.

Watch as they try to make his hideous lack of policy a “plus.”

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Text reads:

Justin Trudeau’s lack of economic plan starts to look prudent in light of uncertain economy
Michael Den Tandt: The oil crash lets the Liberal leader watch and wait before committing himself to any remedies, while opponents have already shown their hands

Oh dear God.

Governments have to have a plan. Having a plan isn’t some sort of an election ruse or a calculated ploy to fool the electorate or steal an election. Imagine what the media would say if the Harper government had no plan, exactly as Trudeau doesn’t.

And yes, governments have to make plans even though situations change, as they always do, and governments have to roll with the changes, as this one will.

Sham party leaders who pretend they have what it takes to be the leader of the nation should also have a plan, and should adapt their plan to changing situations, to prove they have the mettle. Trudeau has never had one, doesn’t have one now, and doesn’t even plan on announcing one. This, however, the National Post and its Michael Den Tandt, finds attractive.

This is lunacy.

Continue Reading | Tuesday January 20, 2015 at 5:24 pm 0



Oh look! The liberal media are being complete idiots again!

Some days, the liberals’ mainstream news media division provides us with more than reports of the current events of the day. They provide glimpses of just how callow and idiotic they are.

Take today as an example. Today, at least two Canadian – Canadian, mind you – liberal mainstream news outlets, the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star, saw fit to feature, on their websites’ front page, a headline of a big, big news story critical of something someone said on Fox News Channel. You know, because all Canadians are liberals, and all collectively agree that Fox News Channel is such a total joke and everything, and when something is said on their air which is dumb, you know, as usual, this is big, big national news. In Canada. Where, if we understand correctly, Fox News Channel is utterly irrelevant.

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Fox News viewers such as, oh, most of America (FNC is by far the leading news channel by viewership, sometimes doubling the viewership of CNN and MSNBC combined and making an embarrassing joke of Canadian news outlets’ viewership numbers), would likely be quick to read the article, that is if they’d ever even heard of the Globe and Mail or Toronto Star, wondering who at Fox would say something that was so crazy that it was this newsworthy – in Canada. Was it Bill O’Reilly? Sean Hannity? Or maybe one of their hard news people like Shepard Smith, Bret Baier, or Megyn Kelly?

No. None of the above. It was Steven Emerson. Yeah.  Who?  Steven Emerson. Yeah I know. I’ve also never heard of him. You’ve never heard of him. That’s because he’s not really with Fox News at all. He was just another talking-head panel guest pontificating on another Fox News show – one of perhaps 300 talking-heads the Fox News Channel has on their air every day, which they garner from all corners of the political, geographical, and intellectual spectrum. No different than the other talking-heads they get, like the common Canadian socialist, who regularly say the damndest – the stupidest – things you’ve ever heard, totally embarrassing Canada.

Liberals always speak as though everyone in the room agrees with them. But this practice, more often than not, backfires on them, and they end up making total fools of themselves. As they did at the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star today. And as small as it is, that’s actually the bigger headline. But their ardent studies in investigative journalism aside, they’re too myopic – too dumb – to even look for their own reflection in the mirror.

Continue Reading | Monday January 12, 2015 at 8:27 am 0

In case you missed it: The liberals’ multi-cult: FAIL

Every paragraph in this Gavin McInnes Takimag column is bon. But this one is particularly bonnie.

Our tolerance and love for multiculturalism may have been a good idea at one time, but it’s totally jumped the shark. Today, Western culture is about fostering hatred—toward Western culture. That’s dangerous.

It’s about more than the now demonstrably failed multicultural fetish, which despite its dismal failure, is still nurtured by dumb western liberals today. It’s also about the resulting idiocy which is now endemic – systemic – in our own culture.

Liberals are stinking up the place. But we can’t move because there’s no place to move to anymore.

Continue Reading | Friday January 9, 2015 at 8:46 am 0

Harper: the “international jihadist movement” has declared war on Canada and its allies

While beclowned Liberal Justin Trudeau studies the “root causes” of the Paris Islamist terrorist attack, and how those terrorists became so sad and “excluded,” and frets about how Prime Minister Harper is “promoting Islamophobia,” Harper says his government plans to bring in new legislation to give security agencies more powers to help prevent terrorist attacks.

…We are looking at additional powers to make sure that our security agencies have the range of tools available to them to identify potential terror threats and to … [undertake] detentions and arrests and other actions where necessary…

Trudeau believes “engaging” Muslims – with friendship and chats over tea and buns – is the answer. The tea and bun set has, of course, been wrong for decades. Over those decades, they still haven’t figured out the “root causes” of the Islamo-fascist. This is exactly as the Islamo-fascists had hoped.

Continue Reading | Thursday January 8, 2015 at 4:29 pm 0

Today in Wild Rose Country: Wild.

We always liked Alberta’s Wildrose Party. Conservative, cheeky, independent, smart (well, a couple of real duds, but hey, look at the Libs or NDP anywhere in Canada which is replete with them). So it is a little sad that they seem to be melting into the Progressive (ugh) Conservative pot.

Alberta PCs meet as Wildrose’s fate hangs in the balance: Danielle Smith reportedly pushing for a cabinet seat

EDMONTON – One by one, cryptic and secretive Progressive Conservative MLAs filed into Edmonton’s Government House Wednesday for a meeting that could profoundly change Alberta’s political culture for a generation.

Heads down as they moved through a horde of frozen reporters, every Progressive Conservative sang from the same songbook, declining to comment on the rumoured collapse of Alberta’s official opposition Wildrose and the unprecedented consolidation of power in an almighty Tory juggernaut. …

Who really knows what will happen? There are several fun possibilities here: (1) Wilrose becomes even stronger with a new leader, and laughs all the way to the win in the next election. (2) Danielle Smith wins the hearts of the PCs and leads an eventual takeover, then wins. (3) Wildrose dies this week. (4) Something far less exciting.

Continue Reading | Thursday December 18, 2014 at 7:55 am 0

Sun News Network to be sold? Said to be in talks with TV mogul

According to reporting by the liberals’ Globe and Mail division, media entrepreneur Moses Znaimer is said to be in talk to buy Sun TV from Quebecor.

Media mogul Moses Znaimer in talks to buy Sun News Network

The G&M was quick to point out, possibly quite gleefully but definitely with some level of snark, that “the price of the purchase would be low.”

Znaimer created CITY TV, and currently owns ZoomerMedia, which owns a stable of stations, some of which are Christian or religious based, like HopeTV and VisionTV, but it also owns One: Body, Mind and Spirit, and JoyTV, as well as the Classical 96.3 FM radio station, and other media assets.

No word on whether he would continue the fresh niche that Sun News alone enjoys, wherein they tolerate conservative viewpoints and thinking, and openly allow conservatives to say things  live on air, without snickering or rolling their eyes or haranguing them; and where they don’t hesitate to take on liberal and other leftist totems like the state-owned CBC, and Liberal Party leaders.

Continue Reading | Thursday December 11, 2014 at 6:54 am 1

Lib media reports a new lib enviro report. Calls for taxes. Shocka.

First the liberals’ Globe and Mail division parrots a line in a politically-charged group’s report, in their headline, calling for a new national tax on top of provincial taxes, which the report authors also call for.

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B.C. carbon tax an effective model for national climate change approach: report

This yummy new tax that they clearly espouse, is necessary according to “report” – a word which liberal media often add to their headlines to imbibe an air of authority and hopefully cause a giant tingle up our legs; and hope that it makes us respect their opinion – their agenda – more.

We don’t.

But then they report that the “report” was written by the political left-wing enviro-industry activist group, the David Suzuki Foundation. Credibility: laughed away.

And we’re off to the next agenda-driven “news” story.

Continue Reading | Wednesday December 10, 2014 at 9:28 am 0

Hey does that Kool-Aid taste, Preston Manning?

Kool-Aid, the capitalist idea which generations of children were weaned on (and who then turned out just fine), has proven to be quite a “sustainable” elixir. They still sell it today, and even the adults – well some of them – are still tossing it back. Too bad it, like capitalism itself, has gotten such a bad rap as a result of what we derisively call “Kool-Aid drinkers,” today. Because both are good ideas.

Peter Foster: Preston Manning’s carbon con job

It sounds so simple. “We” need a fiscal system that produces more of what we want – good, clean jobs — and less of what we don’t want, which is “pollution.” Let’s call it an “ecofiscal” approach. Since CO2 emissions are clearly threatening the planet, we need a carbon tax. But since taxes have such a bad name, why not change the name to a carbon “levy”? That’ll fool ‘em. This levy will provide the spur to – What should we call it? a Green Shift? Maybe not. But anyway to an undoubtedly brighter, more moral future of “restrained appetites.”

Such is the proposal being peddled by former Reform party leader Preston Manning. Mr. Manning, who heads the Manning Centre for Building Democracy, is also an advisor to the new, self-appointed Canadian Ecofiscal Commission, which aspires – like a cloister full of medieval scholastics – to set a “just price” for industrial emissions and thus fine tune a woefully inadequate market(ish) economy. …

…CO2 is not a ‘pollutant,’ except to those who have drunk of the catastrophic climate Koolaid …

Don’t worry, there are left-wing movements all over the place trying to ban the likes of Kool-Aid too. For example, in New York City.

 

Continue Reading | Friday December 5, 2014 at 3:59 pm 0


NDP mired in NDP employee-gate

NDP-GATEAmong the more remarkable bits of this story is how the liberal media is barely covering it, if they’re covering it at all.

NDP accused of trying to stifle conflicts as two more staffers file lawsuits

Two former NDP staffers say they were wrongfully dismissed and allege the party tried to silence their complaints.

…And the coverage betrays the usual display of biased reporting. If it were happening in the Conservative Party, there would be wall-to-wall front page coverage, and tons of anti-Conservative innuendo, and sneering mockery; and of course copious examples of ever-so-earnest media shock and outrage, and the constant demands for exacting answers to a thousand pointed questions.

Also see:

NDP accused of trying to silence harassment claims, two more staffers say they were unfairly dismissed

Continue Reading | Monday November 24, 2014 at 8:26 am 0

CBC’s left hand doesn’t know what its further left hand is doing

Hey CBC, are you a house divided, and on a downward death spiral? Are you falling apart at the seams due to your own ineptitude and disfunction? Are your internal battles not sure to split you into two or more disparate factions which will fight ugly battles? Because if what’s happening at the CBC, these days, were happening at the Conservative Party of Canada, you KNOW that’s what you’d be saying about it.

And THEN you’d announce an 8-part investigative series on the Passionate Eye, and Mansbridge would talk ever-so calmly about the dearth of common sense and even a modicum of control over there for at least a week and a half.

CBC overrules editor’s decision to bar Linden MacIntyre for comparing Mansbridge to Ghomeshi

Linden MacIntyre has not been barred from appearing on CBC News Network this week despite an internal public broadcaster memo to the contrary.

Jennifer Harwood, managing editor of CBC News Network, sent a memo late Wednesday stating that any interviews with MacIntyre on the network this week have been cancelled.

The memo said the move came about because of MacIntyre’s recent comments to the Globe and Mail comparing the workplace behaviour of Peter Mansbridge to that of ousted “Q” host Jian Ghomeshi. …

 

Continue Reading | Friday November 21, 2014 at 10:24 am 0

Fruity and effete – today’s NDP

The NDP has a contest to decide their next bumper stickers: Here’s two contenders. Let’s call them Fruity and Effete. By which we mean both the stickers and the NDP today.

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Continue Reading | Friday November 21, 2014 at 9:39 am 0

Alberta and Saskatchewan the new cool spots for young workers

Alberta has long been a hotspot for jobs, but It wasn’t that long ago that Saskatchewan was a place most people left – to find work – rather than a place people move to from all over Canada and the world to get good jobs. Things sure have changed there.

Alberta and Saskatchewan offer more opportunity for young Canadians than Ontario and Quebec

CALGARY—Alberta and Saskatchewan offer the most opportunity for young Canadians while Ontario and Quebec mimic the economic malaise of Atlantic Canada, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

“Western Canada is the land of opportunity while Ontario and Quebec, the two most populous provinces, now resemble Atlantic Canada with its gloomy economic outlook and relatively poor prospects for young people,” said Mark Milke, study author and senior fellow at the Fraser Institute.

The study, Go West, Young Adults: The 10-Year Western Boom in Investment, Jobs and Incomes, compares all 10 provinces based on several economic indicators including employment rates, income levels, private sector investment and population patterns to determine the levels of opportunity (including employment and the prospects for at least a middle-class income) for young adults. …

Now if that “man-made global warming” ever kicks in, the climate will be nicer there too!

Meanwhile… here’s how liberals think (and fail):

Ontario, Quebec to craft united stand on Energy East pipeline project

Maybe Alberta and Saskatchewan should ban cars made in Ontario and planes made in Quebec, you know, on account of the pollution and greenhouse gasses they emit in amounts multitudes higher than any oil and gas drilling.

Continue Reading | Friday November 21, 2014 at 9:20 am 0

Warren Kinsella mulls bid for Trudeau’s Liberals

Backroom veteran Warren Kinsella mulls bid for Trudeau’s Liberals

Hooboy. We say let ‘er rip, Kinsella!

This would be fun if only for the most excellent research that will turn up by thousands of conservative bloggers and forum participants who have felt the wrath of Warren Kinsella; and especially from the dozens (?) of conservative bloggers and journalists he’s publicly lambasted, become sworn enemies of, and threatened to sue over the years. (We may be among the few he hasn’t bothered with). The internet lasts forever. And so do a lot of grudges.

We fully encourage him to run.
Continue Reading | Wednesday November 19, 2014 at 4:32 pm 0

Golly! Ya think folks in BC will be grown-up by then, big Lib government?

Surely, dear overlords in Big Liberal Government,  the stupid little taxpaying people outside of Big Liberal Government are too childish and irresponsible to handle their beer and wine when bought from private grocery stores (under new, severe government restrictions), as opposed to buying it from the (still-competing) state-owned, state-run union shops, no?! Especially those unsophisticated hicks in the country, am I right liberals? Here’s hoping they mature enough and learn their manners by April 1, 2015! Otherwise you’ll have to crack the whip on them and take their rights away from them again, on account of them being so stupid!

Vancouver_Sun-2010-12-15_105627Sun-2014-11-19_155600 And then there’s the media, who are so drunk already, that they can’t even get their grammar right. Look:

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Continue Reading | Wednesday November 19, 2014 at 4:02 pm 0


Yikes: Liberal Hollywood and huge Obama supporters Will and Jada Pinkett Smith’s kids

We know raising kids is hard. And if parents just give up, that’s totes cool.

Sorry. What we meant to say was, these parents are horrible parents.

Scientologist Obama Donor Will Smith Did a Number on His Two Kids

Obama donor and Scientologist Will Smith has raised two completely bizarre children, according to a recent interview Jaden and Willow did with T magazine.

… The Smiths probably shouldn’t be Obama’s go to couple for advice on education reform. Jaden and Willow don’t believe in school. Jaden reminded readers that people take driver’s ed classes, yet still get in accidents.

“You never learn anything in school,” explained Jaden. “Think about how many car accidents happen every day. Driver’s ed? What’s up? I still haven’t been to driver’s ed because if everybody I know has been in an accident, I can’t see how driver’s ed is really helping them out.”

The two teenagers are on the same page when it comes to schools.

“I went to school for one year,” Willow said.

… The two teenagers also claim that the “concept of time” doesn’t exist in the interview, with Willow stating that she actually has the ability to control time. …

Read the whole article. The liberals’ New York Times also picks it up, and seems to have a crush on them. And then there are the NYT commenters, many of whom seem to think these children of liberals are just perfect specimens, and a grand example for all of us to follow.

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HATERS SHUT IT!!! These kids are smart. Period. I hollered when Willow expressed the absurdity of what passes for education in this country…children aren’t taught to think they’re taught how to regurgitate so-called ‘FACTS’ in order to pass tests. Depressed! Of course American students are that’s why there are so many of them shooting up their schools! Amen to WILLOW & JADEN. I am a FAN.

God help us.

Continue Reading | Tuesday November 18, 2014 at 12:55 pm 0

Canadian TV network CTV rates Obama’s Keystone comments “baloney”

Canadian TV network CTV rates Obama’s Keystone comments “a lot of baloney” (like the Washington Post’s 3 Pinocchios). This, despite the fact that Obama’s remarks are utter baloney.

Is Obama telling the truth about Canadian oil exports?

Apparent;y CTV has no clue about how to judge political comments. Using the far more accurate NewsQuips BS-o-Meter, one can easily see that Obama’s remarks are “Total BS.” Again, that’s “Total BS.”

 

Continue Reading | Tuesday November 18, 2014 at 11:26 am 0



Obama promises to reduce noxious gas emissions – yours, not his.

Lacking science and logic and even a smidgen of common sense, Barack Obama made an “announcement” of a climate, well, chit-chat, between China and the U.S.

Well naturally, all the obsequious Obama acolytes, like the Canadian news media, then lapped it up and gargled with it, had a smoke, and then rushed to press with their admonitions about that dirty Harper, and that filthy Conservative Party, and their true lack of understanding about sciency things that sound cool ‘n stuff.

The media has never sounded so collectively idiotic. Mercifully, there are exceptions.

Terence Corcoran: The really big carbon deal that isn’t

The China-U.S. carbon deal is a really big deal, apparently. And Canada had better wake up, they say. “It puts real pressure on Canada to up its climate game,” said David McLaughlin, former chair of Ottawa’s Round Table on the Environment and Economy.

That might be true if a) the really big carbon deal were actually a deal and b) if it made sense economically and environmentally for Canada to rush to join U.S. President Obama in a bizarre public agreement “to make America less competitive,” as the Wall Street Journal put it.

First, though, regarding point a), there is no real deal or agreement or even a weak commitment. It was called a “joint announcement” when released on Wednesday. In it, the two countries say they separately “intend” to “achieve” certain national goals. In China’s case, the wording is that of a child looking at a cookie jar he may or may no raid. “China intends to achieve the peaking of CO2 emissions around 2030 and to make best efforts to peak early.” Whatever that means. …

 

Continue Reading | Friday November 14, 2014 at 8:24 am 0

Merry Holidays! Let’s decorate!

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Home Depot seems to think “Holidays” happen at the Home Depot warehouse. We’re dubious. We’ve never taken a holiday there.  Oh and also, nobody decorates with “holiday lighting” for “holidays.”  They might hang Christmas lights for Christmas, but they don’t hang “holiday lighting” for “holidays.”

We go through this every year with Home Depot. They throw a monkey wrench at Christmas and use the tortured “holiday” in its place, sometimes at great effort. And as always, we’re not sure of it’s because they hate Christians, Canada, or simply reality.

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The Hudson’s Bay is the same. It’s “Holidays” over there at the Bay, where they bend over backward to avoid the word Christmas. We don’t recall seeing a “Holiday Decor” sales event during the summer holidays.

The Source electrified us with Christmas, with the tagline “I want that for Christmas” – not “I want that for ‘the Holidays’.”

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Target is on target for atheists and anti-Canadians, we guess, since they use every word except Christmas. But we love it when they’re selling Christmas trees (fake, of course) and are forced to call it a “Christmas tree” – even though we’ve seen them described as “holiday trees.”

 

Continue Reading | Wednesday November 12, 2014 at 5:04 pm 0

The liberals’ Ottawa Citizen division frets that tax breaks will reduce surpluses

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Falling oil prices and tax breaks will cut billions of dollars from federal surpluses

They say it like it’s a bad thing. But we see cutting the surplus with tax breaks as a positive thing, largely because it is.

But let’s face it: they have no interest in presenting an honest narrative. The state-owned CBC also reduces tax surpluses, but you never see the Ottawa Citizen lamenting that; quite the opposite.

 

Continue Reading | Wednesday November 12, 2014 at 1:35 pm 0

American: “Canada, our leader”

One American sees the positives of the Harper Conservative government. But we don’t think Stephen Harper has time to lead America at this time, even if there is a leadership vacuum there, currently.

Continue Reading | Wednesday November 12, 2014 at 12:14 pm 0