Alphabet Soup - Paul Hinman
Justin Trudeau’s OBSESSION with LGBT, And Other Sexual Fixations
Does Canada have a prime minister with “sex on the brain?” CAP believe so–emphatically. Since taking office in 2015, the Trudeau government has focused an INORDINATE amount of energy into issues of a sexual nature.
Liberal government reach into the private, family and sexual lives of Canadians is unprecedented. Too bad the general public lack an awareness of the situation. As with other elements of the globalist conquest to re-define Canadian identity for all-time, media REFUSE to put together and reveal the BIG picture of the sexual policy obsessions of Justin’s Liberal government.
Face facts: ‘Black Lives Matter’ is all about hate
Its agenda is plain for all to see: cop-killing.
With another two police officers shot at the Black Lives Matter riot in Louisville on Wednesday, it’s time to lift the veil on the whole movement: It’s a haven for unrepentant cop-killers.
These aren’t isolated incidents. It has been fewer than two weeks since supposedly “peaceful” BLM radicals chanted, “We hope they die,” while blocking the entrance to a hospital where two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were undergoing life-saving surgery. An assailant had walked up to their patrol vehicle and opened fire from point-blank range without provocation.
Erin O'Toole says Conservatives' rejection of climate change resolution was 'a distraction'
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole told CBC News a recent vote by party delegates to reject adding "climate change is real" to the policy book was a disappointment that distracted from the party's larger plan to levy a price on carbon.
In a wide-ranging interview with CBC's Front Burner, O'Toole said he believes the members assembled for the party's March policy convention weren't rejecting the actual science of climate change but rather a resolution that was "hard to understand."
The motion also asked delegates to recognize that "Canadian businesses classified as highly polluting need to take more responsibility" and "reduce their GHG emissions," and that the Conservative party should support "innovation in green technologies." It was rejected by a margin of 54 per cent to 46.
Hinman says times have changed and independence is the way forward for Alberta
The Airdrie-Cochrane constituency association for the Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta (WIPA) has got off to a strong start with its inaugural AGM, believes party president Rick Northey.
About 25 people attended the meeting that saw eight people elected to the board.
"It's been the best one that I've personally attended," says Northey. "There were the most ballots cast, the most people attended and I think eight people on the start board is, I think, the best."
A new political party with a familiar name wants to bring real change to Alberta
The Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta (WIPA) results from two previous groups, Wexit and the Alberta Freedom Party. The choice to use the old moniker was to gain instant recognition of a grassroots movement. Marc Chayer is the newly minted president of the Constituency Association for the West Yellowhead riding and said he is looking forward to introducing people to the new party.
“I attended my first meeting out of curiosity. I felt I wanted to be part of it because it made sense, and I felt it was high time that Alberta stood up for itself. The neat thing was that everyone in the meeting, except for the Wildrose people, were non-political people.