Seems like the government is always trying to do what's best for criminals rather than protecting honest Canadians
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing -- Edmund Burke
"It is no surprise to my colleagues that I strongly supported the war in Iraq. I was privileged to be the Democratic cosponsor, with the Senator from Virginia, of the authorizing resolution which received overwhelming bipartisan support. As I look back on it and as I follow the debates about prewar intelligence, I have no regrets about having sponsored and supported that resolution because of all the other reasons we had in our national security interest to remove Saddam Hussein from power – a brutal, murdering dictator, an aggressive invader of his neighbors, a supporter of terrorism, a hater of the United States of America. He was, for us, a ticking time bomb that, if we did not remove him, I am convinced would have blown up, metaphorically speaking, in America's face.
"American soldiers are sitting ducks in an urban guerrilla war. They follow the laws of war. They wear uniforms and carry their weapons openly. Thus the terrorist enemy knows exactly whom to kill. And he kills in stealth. These enemies are not the Nazis. They are not coming at our guys donned in military array, or in tanks festooned with swastikas. They look exactly like the people our troops are trying to protect. They murder by sneaking up close. They murder by improvised explosive devices hidden in soda cans, or bushes, or cars, or on the booby-trapped bodies of the dead.
which didn't do a thing to stop gunslingers from using handguns across the country.
"1. You pay into a pension fund with the understanding that the money will be held safely and will be re-distributed to retirees. You do not pay into a pension fund so the money can be diverted into the general coffers of the federal government.
"Federal unions representing more than 300,000 public servants are in court today for their unprecedented lawsuit against the government to repay the $30 billion it siphoned from workers' pension plans to pay down the deficit."
"In an effort to avoid a Christmas election campaign and pass some politically sensitive legislation, all three parties are set to support a motion designed by Layton asking Prime Minister Paul Martin to call an election in the first week of January for mid-February. A traditional six week campaign would mean an election date of Monday, February 13.
It's the usual sleight of hand.When dealing with budgets, you have to make sure they are wearing short sleeves when dealing the cards.Elect us now and we'll maybe give you some of your money back down the road.It's a matter of trust and when it comes to your wallet better keep a close eye on the track record of those trying to pilfer it.Especially when they appoint people that can't pay $1.29 out of their own pocket for a pack of gum.
"You really can't prevent every kind of error," Simon elaborated. "The difference is, corrections will immediately come up on the front page [of Pajamas Media], as opposed to the mainstream media, where you need three Talmudic scholars to find the correction."
POLICE ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO CONFIRMS PUBLIC ON THE SIDE
"still taxing seniors over 75 after having dutifully paid their taxes for 50 years while
"During a luncheon with reporters and editors at The Washington Times, U.N. Ambassador John R. Bolton said repeatedly that the Bush administration requires nothing less than "a revolution of reform" at the world body, encompassing everything from U.N. Security Council engagement to management changes to a focus on administrative skills in choosing the next secretary-general.