Six key issues Canadians care about that the Trudeau government is ignoring
While Justin Trudeau clowns his way around the world signing this agreement and that, the issues at home that most need fixing are being ignored.
The Liberal government seems to be intent on fixing problems that they’ve made up. Apparently Canada needs more diversity, despite being more culturally and ethnically diverse than most of Europe and North America. According to the Liberals, Canada is unfair to women, although it consistently ranks as one of the freest countries in the world to be a woman.
These are some imaginary problems, among many others that Justin Trudeau has decided to waste his precious time in parliament “fixing”.
However, when you talk to real Canadians, impacted by the everyday decisions of our government, they will most likely reference the following six problems as being in need of urgent attention.
MassResistance fight against ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ targeting children goes national
These events, held mostly in local public libraries, target small children as young as 4 years old. According to their literature, their goals are to “give kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models” and to encourage young children to “defy rigid gender restrictions.”
De Blasio Has A Plan To Diversify Elite Schools In NYC. Parents Are Suing
Asian-American parents and civil rights groups filed a lawsuit against New York City officials Thursday over a plan that would increase admissions for black and Hispanic students to elite schools in the city.
Black and Hispanic students make up 68 percent of the city’s population with 9 percent receiving offers to attend specialized high schools. Asian-American students, however, make up 62 percent of the population at the city’s elite high schools, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
The plan promoted by Mayor Bill de Blasio would set aside 20 percent of seats at each of the elite high schools for students coming from low socioeconomic backgrounds, according to WaPo.
The Week in Radical Leftism, 12/14/2018
Greetings Mr and Mrs America and all of our ships at sea! Another week closer to Christmas and the New Year, and another week of insanity from The Radical Left. First we go back in time and jump into The Wayback Machine to land in the previous week.
Why Christmas is bad for the environment and what you can do about it
Environmental group Zero Waste Canada estimates that from mid-November to mid-January, the average Canadian generates about 25 per cent more trash than during the rest of the year.
The reason: people buy more stuff over the holidays, and a lot of it — from shiny wrapping paper to glittery cards — typically can’t go in your recycling blue bin, so it’s destined for the landfill.