Author Archives | Dave Reesor

INDEPENDENCE. What we must and mustn’t do.

The Canadian federal election turned out to pretty much as expected, with a Liberal minority government that will be propped up by the NDP and Green Party. I think it’s important to note that if the Liberals are telling the truth about their intent to push forward with TMX or Trans Mountain pipeline, they can […]

Teach the Children Well!

Let’s make 2020 the year we teach our children and grandchildren about the realities of the 20th century. They will thank us someday!

Teach the Children Well!

“Teach your children well, Their father’s hell did slowly go by,” … From: Teach the children well; written by Graham Nash. “…Their father’s hell” That’s a pretty apt description of the lives of many during the last century, beginning in 1917 when the Marxist Communists took over Russia, and until now when we see the […]

Separation. The Task Ahead.

In previous blogs, I’ve mentioned the Economic Education Association conference held in Red Deer earlier in November. We were there, and the lineup of thoughtful and knowledgeable speakers was the most impressive of any conference that we’ve ever attended. I’m going to blog about several presentations over the next few weeks, and months, but I […]

GID Sports, and other endeavors.

Here’s why I’m a separatist

This is a note that I sent to the Chairman of the recent Essentials of Freedom conference in Red Deer Alberta, which was sponsored by the Economic Education Association. An absolutely exceptional conference! For clarity I’ve editorially expanded on points that I made in the note. Dear Danny Here’s why I’m a separatist I thought […]

GID Sports, and other endeavors.

Women’s Sports are being destroyed by political correctness. There is an equitable solution.

Jason got it right!

I spent an hour listening to Jason Kenney’s Manning Conference speech. You should too. I know Jason just a little bit, and it’s exactly what I expected. It’s strategic, almost down to the last detail. For the last number of months I’ve been calling myself a separatist but maybe I should change that and call […]

Oilsands Reclamation Reality

Better than before. That’s often the result of reclamation projects in Alberta’s oilsands. This link takes you to a series of photos, including some before and after shots, of what is happening. I also included a letter I wrote to The Economist magazine regarding their abysmally unbalanced coverage of Canada’s oil industry, and particularly the […]

It was The Best, and the Worst

What was arguably the most important election in Canadian history is over, and with apologies to Mr. Dickens, it’s now the Best of Times and it’s the Worst of Times. First, the Worst. Easy. Canadians are once again faced with the prospect of an “always drive in the left ditch” government led by the childlike […]