Calgary’s Insane Bylaw

To North Americans that have kept their minds throughout 50 years of postmodernism, it’s become increasingly clear that many Californians have lost theirs. A couple of legislators in “going broke” California are proposing spending $15 million subsidizing so-called gender transitioning therapy and surgery. Laura Perry is going to testify against the spending. About a decade […]

A critical day for this century.

No, that’s not an exaggeration. Today is that critical day because it’s the last day that you can buy a membership in the Conservative Party of Canada, and you need that membership to be able to vote on a new leader in August. And that vote will hopefully set a new direction for Canada, and […]

Michael Moore Bombs His Buddies

As you would expect, radical environmentalist, Michael Moore’s latest documentary, The Planet of the Humans is all over the news lately. Actually, not so much, and here’s why. Moore and his associate Jeff Gibbs are lifelong, left-wing environmental extremists of the ‘Human burning of fossil fuels is causing atmospheric CO2 levels to increase, and that’s […]

Singaporeans sacrifice some freedoms for security

Singapore has sacrificed some freedoms for security.

Alberta’s Choices

Recently, I put up a Facebook post pointing out that Alberta was doing better than other provinces at testing and tracking cases of the CCP, or Chinese Communist Party virus, and that if we had control of our borders we could do much better. I even suggested that we’d be better off as a separate […]

Meeting the Corona Challenge

Dear friends The world has changed. I believe much of the change will be permanent, and while it is tragic for those that lose loved ones from the virus, I believe that much of the change will be for the good. For us, one great thing is that our kids and grandkids have been delivering […]

Lessons from Zimbabwe

In the late 1980s and early 1990s I had the privilege of making five extensive business trips to Africa, selling the rail car servicing equipment we had developed. I visited Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. In Zimbabwe I made a couple of good friends, Fred and Jenny Keane-Young who lived in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s […]

Gender Fluidity Debunked

Gender fluidity is a big deal these days. Self-styled progressives, I call them Progressivists because there’s nothing progressive about them, are trying to convince everyone from little children to athletes and politicians, that gender is nothing more than a social construct and we can be any gender we want, depending on how we feel when […]

Donald Trump; the good and the bad.

Most of you who’ve read my blogs know that I don’t suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome, TDS. Nor do I suffer from its opposite number, Trump Adoration Syndrome, or TAS. I don’t care for Donald Trump’s New York brashness; his oratorical skills are mediocre; and he exaggerates a lot. Of course, Trump can’t hold a […]

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Most Western nations have human rights legislation, which in turn conforms to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. But as many people are pointing out, correctly, those very rights are under attack. Governments are increasingly forcing themselves into people’s lives; telling them what they can say and who they can say it to. […]