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This was a more-than-interesting week. We saw the most amazing of deflections by veteran Mayor John Tory, who turned the public’s gaze away from his impotent efforts to control gang crime while firmly locking the media’s sights upon the innocent legal firearm owners of Canada.
We saw federal politicians dive for cover. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale mumbled something about, “we’ll look into it (gun banning).” The other parties seemingly kept their powder dry as they waited for the news cycle to complete. Meanwhile, the rest of the country mourned the injury of 13 innocents and the tragic loss of two beautiful young ladies, sparkling with potential, at the hands of a madman with an illegal gun.
Continue reading “The Canadian firearms community is ambushed –– again!”
Via The CCFR
~ Ottawa, July 18, 2018
Trudeau’s last cabinet shuffle of the current sitting government was done today at Rideau Hall in Ottawa to a packed house. In a move that is rather significant, Trudeau created 5 new cabinet positions including the “Minister of Border Security & Organized Crime Reduction”, which was donned on former Toronto Police Chief turned politician Bill Blair.
Continue reading “BILL BLAIR APPOINTED TO NEW MINISTER POSITION FOR GUNS, GANGS & BORDERS”
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First, Mark Holland stood in the House of Commons and inferred Canadian firearm owners are thugs:
“What thugs do is to make sure they are able to keep weapons in their car and not have to answer any questions. That is what they are going to do. They are going to put the weapons in the car and drive wherever they go. They know that if they are pulled over by a police officer, all they have to do is list one of a million different places to explain where they are going.”
Continue reading “The Liberals Have a Lot of Explaining to Do”
Blockbuster trip to Ottawa to battle C-71, what can you do to fight and an interview with Ryan Steacy.
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After Justin Trudeau and Ralph Goodale went to extreme lengths to assure gun owners that Bill C-71, The Firearm Owners Harassment Act, is not –– repeat not –– a gun registry, it seems not everyone got the memo.
Francis Langlois, the CBC’s self-described “gun control expert,” shot down the government’s claim about Bill C-71.
Continue reading “CBC Gun Control Expert says Bill C-71 is a Gun Registry”
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The Trudeau government’s echo chamber on gun control insists disarming civilians will stop violent crime. That’s the problem with echo chambers – those inside the chamber hear only those opinions they already agree with – they can’t hear anything else.
That deafness only intensifies when governments appoint fellow echo chamber members to “advise” them, as with the federal Department of Public Safety’s Firearms Advisory Committee.
Ralph Goodale, in appointing members to his “new and improved” Firearms Advisory Committee, ensured the committee would tell him what Trudeau’s government wanted to hear. And what the Trudeau Liberals want to hear is their 2015 election platform of lies echoed back to them.
Continue reading “The Liberal’s Anti Gun Echo Chamber”