We need to fight back against Communist China’s bullying

Rogue state is using intimidation tactics against Canadians, including personal threats and attacks on character

We need to fight back against Communist China’s bullyingIf Canadians believe the threat of a communist superpower expired decades ago, they’re wrong. The Union of Soviet Socialistic Republics (U.S.S.R.) may be long dead, but the Chinese dragon is alive and well. In 1970, KGB disinformation agent Yuri Bezmenov defected from the U.S.S.R. and became a Canadian citizen with the adopted name Tomas Schuman.…

When a spy agency cozies up to the media, who do we trust?

Carl Berstein once exposed the existence of a network of CIA-recruited journalists working around the world for the U.S.

When a spy agency cozies up to the media, who do we trust?A few years after he broke the Watergate story, Carl Bernstein quit the Washington Post and spent six months looking at the relationship between the CIA and the press. The result was a 25,000-word cover story in the Oct. 20, 1977, edition of Rolling Stone called The CIA and the Media. The article, still online…

Medical tyranny behind the push for mass vaccination

It’s time provincial premiers return to evidence-based policy and govern in alignment with our constitutional freedoms

Medical tyranny behind the push for mass vaccinationSaskatchewan Premier Scott Moe recently urged his citizens to get vaccinated in a three-minute plea filled with dubious claims and faulty logic. It’s irksome that any executive assistant or speechwriter got paid to compose such nonsense. Moe said: “Those who have chosen to not get vaccinated, you will continue to be at risk of not…

Why is science trying to read and manipulate our dreams?

Without safeguards, the abuse of dream tech is inevitable

Why is science trying to read and manipulate our dreams?By 2030, could an agency record everything we dream? Danish member of parliament Ida Auken thought so. In her 2016 blog post on the World Economic Forum’s website and republished by Forbes, “Welcome to 2030: I Own Nothing, Have No Privacy and Life Has Never Been Better,” Auken envisioned a person saying, “Once in a…

Social media flexes its censorship muscles

Increasing tendency towards censorship is losing them some users

Social media flexes its censorship musclesFacebook, Google and Twitter have enjoyed market dominance for more than a decade. And their increasing tendency towards censorship has lost them some users. Although censorship isn’t welcome, it has given social media a chance to reinvent itself out of near-monopolistic dominance. Ironically, the first loser in the info wars was Alex Jones. Accounts for…

Canada’s drug screening process falls dangerously short

A cure should never be worse than the disease and when regulators don’t do due diligence, that’s the very thing that can happen

Canada’s drug screening process falls dangerously shortCan we trust our government and medical establishment? Not entirely. Some glimpses of Health Canada’s approach to prescription drug safety are less than assuring. Public policy should be guided towards more drug safety, not less. Health Canada was solely funded by taxpayers until 1994 when it began to issue user fees to companies that wanted…

Think Canada’s gun registry is dead? Think again

We have reason to doubt Trudeau's word

Think Canada’s gun registry is dead? Think againPrime Minister Justin Trudeau has said he would never reinstate the gun registry, nor would any Canadian government disarm the people. His legislative track record says otherwise. On Sept. 22, 2010, Trudeau – then just a backbencher MP in opposition – voted against a private member’s bill to remove rifles from the federal gun registry.…

Science gone bad: the pursuit of human-animal hybrids

Fraught with ethical problems, some of which have already been demonstrated

Science gone bad: the pursuit of human-animal hybridsThe Book of Genesis says God made the animals each “according to their kinds,” then humanity in the divine image. Of course, not everyone believes in a sacred creation. Some scientists would rather play god and mix the animal and human species. This endeavour is fraught with ethical problems, some of which have already been…

Canada’s quick, painful descent into a culture of death

And is accelerating the process with disturbing speed

Canada’s quick, painful descent into a culture of deathAlthough euthanasia was illegal in Canada until five years ago, our country is on the verge of having the most liberal euthanasia laws in the world. Canada has shifted gears from a culture of life to one of death and is putting its foot to the pedal to accelerate the process with disturbing speed. How…
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