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Quote of the Week, Shocking Stat & Goofy Award


Quote of the Week – Vice Admiral Mark Norman on the decision to shutdown Parliament for the summer

Shocking Stat – The Chinese Communist Party shows their true colours and two Canadians pay the price.

Goofy Award – The cancel culture’s intolerance is the new normal with few Canadians willing to fight back.

Goofy Award – June 13th

Deescalation of a serious situation is one thing but the Seattle Mayor went overboard when a entire neighbourhood is controlled by a self described War Lord.

Quote of the Week, Shocking Stat & Goofy Award


Quote of the Week
Gad Saad gives the recipe for society’s implosion. And guess what? We’re following it.

Shocking Stat
While the media’s been focusing on the PM’s daily press conference the big story is how much money the Bank of Canada’s been spending…and why.

Goofy
Censorship continues to gain momentum with an old fashioned book burning. And it’s a school board that’s lighting the match.

Quote of the Week, Shocking Stat & Goofy Award


Quote of the Week
Well known economist, David Rosenberg’s strategy to getting both the issues and stock picks right.

Shocking Stat
Communism vs capitalism – whose politicians have more money.

Goofy
Three horrific examples of one of the most troubling trends in society. The question is – do you care?

Quote of the Week, Shocking Stat & Goofy Award


Quote of the Week 
Taking the gender focus way too far when it comes to COVID19. 

Shocking Stat 
When the Government Said They Were Closing The Borders – What Did You Think They Meant?

Goofy 
For those wishing a return to normal – you’re in luck. Politics is already there – after a 10 minutes break – gamesmanship and partisan pandering are back.  

Quote of the Week, Shocking Stat & Goofy Award


Quote Of The Week
All you need to know about voters attitudes in upcoming US Presidential election.

Shocking Stat
The most shocking stat we’ve seen about the response to COVID19 and the scare that never happened.

Goofy Award
Fraud, accountability in government spending are clearly secondary during COVID19 – but then again, it’s always been that way.