List of ‘Worst Men:’ HuffPost Puts Gavin McInnes Next to Serial Child Rapist Larry Nassar
There are many reasons that no one takes the leftist mainstream press seriously, not the least of which being its proclivity for ascribing evil to those with whom it disagrees politically.
HuffPost did just that on Friday, when it serial child rapist Larry Nassar on the same moral plane as right wing pundit Gavin McInnes in it’s “non-exhaustive list of the worst men of 2018.”
You know this list is propaganda when it doesn’t include Michelle Obama.
Canada further from Paris targets than last year, new projections show
Canada is further away from meeting its emissions reduction targets under the Paris agreement than it was a year ago, according to new government projections, though Environment Minister Catherine McKenna insists Canada will achieve its climate change goals.
New numbers released by Environment Canada on Thursday show that Canada is on track to fall 79 megatonnes short of its 2030 greenhouse gas emissions targets. That’s up from 66 megatonnes last year.
Alberta needs a firewall, the sooner the better
If ever there was a time for Alberta to resurrect the firewall concept, that time is now.
I was struck by this after reading Taylor C. Noakes’s rebuttal to my first column on the unfairness of equalization. I am glad he wrote his column (Calgary Herald, Dec. 20), because it helps us understand why Quebeckers don’t feel one shred of guilt about how much money they receive from Canada, and it confirms that they really are out to destroy our energy industry.
You’ll recall the firewall letter was authored by Stephen Harper, Tom Flanagan, Ted Morton, Andy Crooks, Rainer Knopff and Ken Boessenkool in 2001. It argued for Alberta to assert itself in its areas of constitutional jurisdiction over health care, policing, public pensions and collecting our own personal income taxes.
NJ Residents Are Not Surrendering ‘High Capacity’ Magazines to State Police
A report from Reason reveals not a single New Jersey resident has surrendered their “high capacity” magazines to state police since the implementation of the magazine ban.
Breitbart News reported that New Jersey’s “high capacity” magazine ban took effect December 11, 2018, making the mere possession of such a magazine a fourth degree felony.
At first, the New Jersey State Police refused to rule out door-to-door enforcement of the ban, then made clear that they had no plans to go house-to-house.
The Canadian Immigrant Labour Market: Recent Trends from 2006 to 2017
By 2036, the share of immigrants in Canada’s population would stand between 24.5% and 30.0%, compared with 20.7% in 2011, according to the most recent demographic projections. These proportions would be the highest since 1871.
Moreover, nearly half of Canada’s population is projected to be made up of immigrants and second-generation individuals—that is non-immigrants with at least one parent born abroad—in 2036. This share was 38.2% in 2011.