The debate – give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses

There is no doubt that the Syrian refugee crisis is a huge problem but what Europe is dealing with is something completely different.
Most of those showing up are not refugees but economic migrants – much like my parents when they came to Canada. The difference is, when my parents came to Canada they didn’t receive welfare or any government assistance and were forbidden from seeking it.
Now “refugees” arrive in Europe, expect much, give little and refuse to integrate. Is that a good deal? Watch the Munk Debate with Simon Schama, Louise Arbour, Mark Steyn and Nigel Farage below.

Why Brad Wall wins

Brad Wall won handily in Saskatchewan on Monday night, returned to a third term as premier with more than 60% of the popular vote.

Brad preaches a free enterprise model while still leading a government that is far too heavily involved in the economy – see SaskTel. But he takes his people where they are at and tries to move them and the yardsticks in the right direction.

The people made the right decision last night and hopefully this is a beachhead for a return of free enterprise loving, right leaning governments at the provincial level across Canada.

Here is Wall’s victory speech.

A couple of years ago, Wall spoke to the Manning Networking Conference and won over some fans. This is why, give it a look.

ISIS, genocide and why can’t Trudeau’s Liberals say the word

The US and the EU have declared that ISIS is guilty of genocide, so why won’t Justin Trudeau’s Liberals? Brian explores what Trudeau and the gang are saying about genocide, religious persecution, religious freedom, refugees and how they all relate. Plus Simon Kent of Breitbart London on Brexit, Ray Heard on The Globe refusing to use the word terrorist and Brian let’s loose on the labour minister for being ignorant and incompetent. Oh, and that police board meeting on morale and other problems at the Ottawa Police service.

Why can’t The Globe say the T word?

So a man walks into an army recruiting centre, yells about Allah, that Allah made him do it and The Globe and Mail gets all weak at the knees that some, including the Liberal prime minister of Canada dared to connect this with terrorism.
Well the boys and girls down at The Globe editorial board can grow up or move aside because real Canadians are fed up with this PC BS.

Trudeau at the UN and why gun owners should not be pariahs

Justin Trudeau went to the UN and said that he wants Canada to be back but why is he not pushing for reform of an organization that gives too much time to rogues and dictators?
Gun owners are under attack again and not for doing anything wrong. I chat with Ottawa city councilor and CF vet Jody Mitic about the idea that legal guns owners are irresponsible.
That and is Olivia Wilde too old and haggard to play Leo DiCaprio’s wife in a movie.

Trudeau, the ultimate hypocrite

So what can we take away from this? Trudeau really, really believes in transparency or public disclosure if you are not one of his public election backers.
What am I talking about? He wants to push new “transparency” rules on private companies as he repeals laws for groups that get billions in special treatment or taxpayer money but backed his election.

When jihadis strike, don’t lecture me on Islamophobia

The attacker walked in and stabbed two military personnel claiming Allah told him to, so why lecture the public on Islamophobia? You have that little faith in people?
Full marks to Toronto’s police chief for immediately saying that the knife attack at the army recruiting centre was terrorism and for the Allah reference but c’mon. Also on the show terrorism expert and former CSIS op Phil Gurski on military folks bing targeted, Anthony Furey on Canada’s UN relativism, Trump wins, Rubio bows out and why Clinton and is unfit for office. And the one thing Rubio said as he left that resonates with so many people.

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