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  1. Must be a slow day in the media, when what's her face makes the news once again, this time promoting her new book, and her new direction in life. Shes pretty much pissed off with everyone in the world, The best thing the west could do for this chick is to get her some help for her mental issues, instead of using her to promote a climate crisis that not many world leaders or nations really care about in the first place.
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  2. “You people”. Your pea brain can only lump everyone together and paint them with the same brush.
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  3. because it was not a war Section 1 of the Charter was invoked to suspend our rights as if this was World War levels of emergency meanwhile it wasn't anything approaching that, not even close for all intents & purposes the entire country was mobilized as if this was total war when nothing like this has ever been done is the past for any pandemic to include the Spanish Flu, the worst pandemic in human history at first I complied with the mandates, I took the first two jabs in good faith but after awhile it became more than clear, that these mandates were being exploited to impose Chinese Communist style Social Credit totalitarian control upon us notice how the decorated Canadian combat arms veterans reacted then that is because we were indoctrinated to resist Communist infiltration of institutions, dating back to the Cold War Cold Warriors know the trace between East Germany & the Free World and are thus incited to call "stand to" when the Commies have overrun the defences, running amok inside the wire our freedom loving American brothers in arms saw it too, answering the stand to as well Anglo-American Empire of Liberty, since 1917 Ducimus
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  4. Unlikely. The Notwithstanding clause can only be used for certain portions of the charter. In any event, your being bothered by this seems to be an indication you have a respect for the charter I completely lack. Realistically, it's nothing of importance since the nine political appointees can simply interpret it any way they want to. As they have on the issue of strikes. Don't forget a previous panel of political appointees said there was nothing wrong with the government legislating workers back to work and that the Charter did not protect strikes. This panel is further to the Left so has redecided issues based on their personal beliefs.
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  5. Let us recall when she helped displayed the banner of the Ukrainian Nazis of old. This photo is being scrubbed hard from the ol' search engines.
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  6. I have no dog in your fight. As I've already stated, this is like being asked to vote for a scorpion and a shark as to who is more cuddly. Most people avoid Nazis...you not so much. Glory to Ukraine and all that...you and Freeland make a good pair.
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  7. I’m reminded of Al Gore boldly announcing that Florida and California would be lost to rising sea levels. Then he promptly bought an $11M home on the California Coast.
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  8. Boys and girls, this belongs in the "I'M NOT MAKING THIS UP" category. Who could possibly imagine such an ignorant and outrageous remark, even if it is from a goose stepping Democrat? https://www.foxnews.com/politics/rep-maloney-recalls-eating-chef-boyardee-kid-during-inflation-talk-says-what-families-have-do Rep. Maloney recalls 'eating Chef Boyardee' as kid during inflation talk, says it's 'what families have to do' This DEMOCRAT left out the fact that HIS PARTY is directly and singularly responsible for the record HIGHEST inflation in history. And now we're supposed to eat canned pasta and continue to vote for those who did this? I wonder when another Democrat will suggest we eat cake.
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  9. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/florida-proceeds-ban-puberty-blockers-sex-reassignment-surgeries-minors Florida proceeds with ban on puberty blockers and sex reassignment surgeries for minors More evidence that Florida is the best educated state in the union. A puberty blocker might as well be called chemical castration, something the courts often require of paroled pedophiles. A minor is not permitted to by a firearm, alcohol, or get a tattoo in the state of Florida. And NOW Florida has decided minors will not be permitted to be CASTRATED or given a MASTECTOMY just because they might have read some pedophile literature a rogue school teacher in a blue county might have illegally given them.
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  11. Kari Lake = Trumpian election denier. Worst of America Reagan would be rolling over in his grave if he saw what has become of the GOP in America.
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  12. When you don't know what you're talking about, silence is always a good plan.
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  13. Sorry, but "history" did NOT start when YOU were born. YEAR INFLATION RATE YOY4 FED FUNDS RATE*5 BUSINESS CYCLE (GDP GROWTH)67 EVENTS AFFECTING INFLATION8 1929 0.6% NA August peak Market crash 1930 -6.4% NA Contraction (-8.5%) Smoot-Hawley 1931 -9.3% NA Contraction (-6.4%) Dust Bowl 1932 -10.3% NA Contraction (-12.9%) Hoover tax hikes 1933 0.8% NA Contraction ended in March (-1.2%) FDR's New Deal 1934 1.5% NA Expansion (10.8%) U.S. debt rose 1935 3.0% NA Expansion (8.9%) Social Security 1936 1.4% NA Expansion (12.9%) FDR tax hikes 1937 2.9% NA Expansion peaked in May (5.1%) Depression resumes 1938 -2.8% NA Contraction ended in June (-3.3%) Depression ended 1939 0.0% NA Expansion (8.0% Dust Bowl ended 1940 0.7% NA Expansion (8.8%) Defense increased 1941 9.9% NA Expansion (17.7%) Pearl Harbor 1942 9.0% NA Expansion (18.9%) Defense spending 1943 3.0% NA Expansion (17.0%) Defense spending 1944 2.3% NA Expansion (8.0%) Bretton Woods 1945 2.2% NA Feb. peak, Oct. trough (-1.0%) Truman ended WWII 1946 18.1% NA Expansion (-11.6%) Budget cuts 1947 8.8% NA Expansion (-1.1%) Cold War spending 1948 3.0% NA Nov. peak (4.1%) 1949 -2.1% NA Oct trough (-0.6%) Fair Deal, NATO 1950 5.9% NA Expansion (8.7%) Korean War 1951 6.0% NA Expansion (8.0%) 1952 0.8% NA Expansion (4.1%) 1953 0.7% NA July peak (4.7%) Eisenhower ended Korean War 1954 -0.7% 1.25% May trough (-0.6%) Dow returned to 1929 high 1955 0.4% 2.50% Expansion (7.1%) 1956 3.0% 3.00% Expansion (2.1%) 1957 2.9% 3.00% Aug. peak (2.1%) Recession 1958 1.8% 2.50% April trough (-0.7%) Recession ended 1959 1.7% 4.00% Expansion (6.9%) Fed raised rates 1960 1.4% 2.00% April peak (2.6%) Recession 1961 0.7% 2.25% Feb. trough (2.6%) JFK's deficit spending ended recession 1962 1.3% 3.00% Expansion (6.1%) 1963 1.6% 3.5% Expansion (4.4%) 1964 1.0% 3.75% Expansion (5.8%) LBJ Medicare, Medicaid 1965 1.9% 4.25% Expansion (6.5%) 1966 3.5% 5.50% Expansion (6.6%) Vietnam War 1967 3.0% 4.50% Expansion (2.7%) 1968 4.7% 6.00% Expansion (4.9%) Moon landing 1969 6.2% 9.00% Dec. peak (3.1%) Nixon took office 1970 5.6% 5.00% Nov. trough (0.2%) Recession 1971 3.3% 5.00% Expansion (3.3%) Wage-price controls 1972 3.4% 5.75% Expansion (5.3%) Stagflation 1973 8.7% 9.00% Nov. peak (5.6%) End of gold standard 1974 12.3% 8.00% Contraction (-0.5%) Watergate 1975 6.9% 4.75% March trough (-0.2%) Stop-gap monetary policy confused businesses and kept prices high 1976 4.9% 4.75% Expansion (5.4%) 1977 6.7% 6.50% Expansion (4.6%) 1978 9.0% 10.00% Expansion (5.5%) 1979 13.3% 12.00% Expansion (3.2%) 1980 12.5% 18.00% Jan. peak (-0.3%) Recession 1981 8.9% 12.00% July trough (2.5%) Reagan tax cut 1982 3.8% 8.50% November (-1.8%) Recession ended 1983 3.8% 9.25% Expansion (4.6%) Military spending 1984 3.9% 8.25% Expansion (7.2%) 1985 3.8% 7.75% Expansion (4.2%) 1986 1.1% 6.00% Expansion (3.5%) Tax cut 1987 4.4% 6.75% Expansion (3.5%) Black Monday crash 1988 4.4% 9.75% Expansion (4.2%) Fed raised rates 1989 4.6% 8.25% Expansion (3.7%) S&L Crisis 1990 6.1% 7.00% July peak (1.9%) Recession 1991 3.1% 4.00% Mar trough (-0.1%) Fed lowered rates 1992 2.9% 3.00% Expansion (3.5%) NAFTA drafted 1993 2.7% 3.00% Expansion (2.8%) Balanced Budget Act 1994 2.7% 5.50% Expansion (4.0%) 1995 2.5% 5.50% Expansion (2.7%) 1996 3.3% 5.25% Expansion (3.8%) Welfare reform 1997 1.7% 5.50% Expansion (4.4%) Fed raised rates 1998 1.6% 4.75% Expansion (4.5%) LTCM crisis 1999 2.7% 5.50% Expansion (4.8%) Glass-Steagall repealed 2000 3.4% 6.50% Expansion (4.1%) Tech bubble burst 2001 1.6% 1.75% March peak, Nov. trough (1.0%) Bush tax cut, 9/11 attacks 2002 2.4% 1.25% Expansion (1.7%) War on Terror 2003 1.9% 1.00% Expansion (2.9%) JGTRRA 2004 3.3% 2.25% Expansion (3.8%) 2005 3.4% 4.25% Expansion (3.5%) Katrina, Bankruptcy Act 2006 2.5% 5.25% Expansion (2.9%) 2007 4.1% 4.25% Dec peak (1.9%) Bank crisis 2008 0.1% 0.25% Contraction (-0.1%) Financial crisis 2009 2.7% 0.25% June trough (-2.5%) ARRA 2010 1.5% 0.25% Expansion (2.6%) ACA, Dodd-Frank Act 2011 3.0% 0.25% Expansion (1.6%) Debt ceiling crisis 2012 1.7% 0.25% Expansion (2.2%) 2013 1.5% 0.25% Expansion (1.8%) Government shutdown. Sequestration 2014 0.8% 0.25% Expansion (2.5%) QE ends 2015 0.7% 0.50% Expansion (3.1%) Deflation in oil and gas prices 2016 2.1% 0.75% Expansion (1.7%) 2017 2.1% 1.50% Expansion (2.3%) 2018 1.9% 2.50% Expansion (3.0%) 2019 2.3% 1.75% Expansion (2.2%) 2020 1.4% 0.25% Contraction (-3.4%) COVID-19 2021 7.0% 0.25% Expansion (5.9%) COVID-19 2022 8.3% 3.25% Contraction (-1.6%) As of Sept. 21. 2022 2023 2.7% (est.) 2.8% (est.) Expansion (2.2%) March 2022 projection 2024 2.3% (est.) 2.8% (est.) Expansion (2.0%) March 2022 projection *Top of the range for the targeted fed funds rate. Stop lying. BTW, inflation is HIGHER in most other Western nations, so I guess you're going to pin that on Biden, too. LMAO
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  14. I recall actually listening to a some official experts (for whatever the term is worth these days). Some were plainly playing out the official propaganda. Others were trying/pretending to be more objective about whats going on. NONE, just plain zero in my memory were responding to obvious and immediate question: are the measures proportional to the risk; effective and justified. It just looked like someone somewhere decided: OK we'll figure it out for you; you don't need to worry (here). No checks, no thresholds, no meaningful answers, zero accountability. And if so, what does it have to do with democracy? China and Russia have elections.
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  15. except there are two poison pills written into the Canada Act 1982 Section 1 allows the Government of Canada to suspend your rights promiscuously Section 33 allows the Government of Ontario to suspend your rights promiscuously the replacement of the Common Law with a compromised Charter has resulted in the worst of both worlds
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  16. Only if he thought they held unacceptable views.. his abuse of power seems to depend on the views of others
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  17. Really? "So what?" People who were at ZERO risk of covid (the majority of us) are vaccine injured and/or dead from these jabs. Thousands are permanently disabled, like my sister. Children, teenagers and young working age people are dropping dead from myocarditis and heart inflammation. Millions of people lost their jobs, careers and livelihoods. The world's wealthiest people are now $1.3 trillion dollars richer and "coincidence", we're all $1.3 trillion dollars poorer. The collateral damage of the ineffective lockdowns, restrictions, mandates, discrimination is only now being calculated. The damage to children and young people is heart-breaking. They lost years of their lives and will be enslaved by high tax burdens for much of their future. Older people died alone and afraid, without their loved ones. All for jabbers which, according to the authorities now - they knew wouldn't work. For an illness with a 99.5% survival rate. We were lied to. For money and power. That's So What. NO ANMESTY for any of this, both for those enacted these damaging never-before-in-history societal changes and those who supported the madness.
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  18. So do you have any evidence, taped recordings, email trails etc, of these people talking amongst themselves about deliberately lying to the public? If you don't then all you really have is the irrational exuberance governments usually like to put on display. Don't forget we were also told a vaccine could take 5 years. They promised less and delivered more on that score. I repeat, when did right-wingers lose their capacity to temper their self-vaunted expectations that governments would be there to hold their hands and make all the boos go away? I really do think handing out a lollipop with each jab would have made a world of difference.
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  19. And the ones who throw conservative tradition under the bus, by saying things like Mitch McConnell, the National Post, Stephen Harper are leftists. The worst tradition they toss away though, is intellectual honesty. The adopt the discussion methods of Marxists from the 1970s.
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  20. Wow police kneed and threw several punches at an unarmed war vet who had been blown up in Afghanistan, made him stand for several minutes as he's clearly in pain then released him without charge.. And the crazy ambulance chaser and the Ottawa Police chief try to justify their actions..
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  21. The constitution is not being abused when an integral part of the constitution is being invoked. Btw, were you similarly concerned when Quebec invoked it twice last year on behalf of a bill to further 'protect the french language' which was itself based on extremely tenuous evidence of danger?
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  22. This is an opinion post and the guy uses the Union contracts facts, he has it linked. For sure the use of notwithstanding clause is over reach. Thing is, they went out in Friday anyway. Lets see how far he is willing to go with his power now.
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  23. Here are some facts: "Ford has been cutting education, a false premise - In the 2017-18 school year, there were 125,980 teachers plus 9,054 early childhood educators overseeing 2,020,301 students. Now we have 130,923 teachers, plus 10,072 early childhood educators for a student population of 2,025,258. We’ve gone 16.1 students per teacher in 2018 to 15.4 last year and the government is still hiring more people. In 2017-18, the total education budget was $29 billion, it’s now more than $32 billion with spending increasing every year and hiring increasing every year as enrolment is flat. CUPE’s initial ask was for 11.7% annual increases for three years, the government’s offer was 2% per year for four years. The government came up to 2.5% for the lowest paid workers and 1.5% per year for those making less than $43,000 per year. the idea that CUPE workers only earn $39,000 a year, that is utterly false. It depends on the job, the skill level and whether the worker is full-time or part-time. CUPE has a lot of part-time workers who, according to their contracts, work six hours a day for 194 days a year. Once holidays, PD days and March Break are factored in, that’s a 10 month-a-year part-time job. This is why hourly wages are the better comparison. The maintenance staff represented by CUPE in the Toronto District School Board earn between $20.82/hour for a part-time cleaner, up to $42.23/hour for a building automation specialist. Head caretakers earn between $30 and $35/hour." There is more, read the entire piece. https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnists/lilley-facts-dont-back-up-school-union-claims-on-wages-or-cuts-to-education
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  24. https://www.foxnews.com/media/stacey-abrams-says-she-will-georgia-governor-voters-can-navigate-gov-kemps-voter-suppression Stacey Abrams says she will be Georgia governor if voters can navigate Gov. Kemp’s 'voter suppression' This spermwhale is pathetic. There are NO voter suppression laws in the state of Georgia. There are only laws preventing voter fraud. Here is the exact text of the law. You read it. https://legiscan.com/GA/text/SB202/2021
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  25. https://www.investors.com/politics/commentary/quality-of-life-green-new-deal/ Try to follow along with this. It is an observation of Trump's 2019 State Of The Union Address A 'Green' New Deal Have at it, libs. Tell us why you would be triggered and infuriated at any of these proposals.
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  26. What would a right wing propagandist like Tucker know about what liberals mean? And why would anyone take any lectures on democracy from a dictator-supporting demagogue like him who openly admires antidemocratic authoritarians like Orban and apologizes for murderous dictators like Putin ?
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  27. Some of the ruling deep state elite of the Anglo-Khazarian Empire ?
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  28. Yet you blurt out you don't want to BECAUSE OF... (insert insane conspiracy theory here) \
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  29. Horseshit. Gatestone Institute QUESTIONABLE SOURCE A questionable source exhibits one or more of the following: extreme bias, consistent promotion of propaganda/conspiracies, poor or no sourcing to credible information, a complete… https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/ Figured as much...
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  30. Greta is a world famous figure and presumed leader of the environmental movement so it ridiculous to say she is just an "autistic teenage girl" that nobody should question or criticize. Millions follow her as some great messiah of climate change when in fact she is just a little pawn with mental issues being used by the environmental movement and now by the radical leftists.
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  31. Show me the trail...evidence in other words. Make it extraordinary please. Whistle blowers with recordings of Western leaders discussing our enslavement and making plans for things like the detention camps you mentioned would be a good start. I'm not talking a trickle of evidence, I need a flood to overcome the sense you're completely crazy.
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  32. Your Dunning-Kruger is on fire today. You can't just have-wave away facts with a geyser of red herrings, though it's hilarious watching you bluster through the attempt. Here they are again: The unvaccinated account for 40.8% of cases but account for 47.6% of hospitalizations and deaths. Those with standard vaccination account for 32% of the cases but only 19.9% of hospitalizations and 16.8% of deaths. ^^ An unvaccinated person with COVID is much more likely to be hospitalized and to die.
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  33. The leftist sickest like to exploit children with disabilities.. sad, pathetic people
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  34. Actually, it's by the checks and balances thing that doesn't give any single branch of government as well as the people too much power at once.
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  35. TBH I always thought that it was "desserts" because that is how it is pronounced. The saying comes from the 1200s, so I guess they either pronounced "deserts" differently, spelled "desserts" differently, or the saying is supposed to be "just deserts" and we pronounce it incorrectly. In any event, I stand corrected, I was indeed hoisted on my own petard.
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  36. IMO this is a much more reasonable tone than you took before, but I'll take your word for it.
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  37. If I lived closer, I'd make Chilean empanadas and bring them over and have dinner and a beer with you and your dear wife. Good people need to stick together these days.
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  38. oh I love Goddess, worship the ground she walks on she's come for me in the darkest hour, a total stranger, reaching out to send her dearest regards I will never forget
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  39. Ignore him. He's admitted many times he's a troll. He lies continually. Those who supported the convoy on this forum never brought up Pat King. He was brought up by trolls like this supposed ex-military troll and Hardner who feeds at the MSM slop pail and believes the government cares about him.
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  40. I have never understood this type of logic. "You are a bad person so now I shall be bad" It befuddles me when my 4-year old does it, but an old man ? Give your head a shake.
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  41. Why not? You seem to be able to call everything an insurrection why can't I?
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  42. As much as how a teen age girl who'll stand up for her opinion strikes such fear and hatred into their hearts?
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  43. The premise here is incorrect to start with. The right half of the chart is indeed better, vertically and horizontally. Spikes are smaller in bothe dimensions. The big spike post vax in Jan 2022 is when Omicron landed. I don't think Flu season is likely meaningful in a COVID count except for the fact that they spread under the same conditions. And no, it's not a control group. Many people took advantage of the vaccine protection to abandon other mitigators like masks and social distancing to return to normal-ish life. And the "people I believe" are the same people you believe, and indeed the same people who furnished you with this chart. Except that you only believe them when you think what they provide confirms your bias, and you dismiss the exact same data when it shows you to be incorrect. That's nuts. Let's try something else. Look, here's another view - same PHAC data from which you arbitrarily pick and choose what to believe. ^^The boosters are dramatically more adopted by the elderly and high risk, but the top two rows are the most reaonable comparison. (Not standardizing for age is extremely generous to your case, and still it fails spectacularly.) The unvaccinated account for 40.8% of cases but account for 47.6% of hospitalizations and deaths. Those with standard vaccination account for 32% of the cases but only 19.9% of hospitalizations and 16.8% of deaths. Even without standardizing the data, it's plain as day that the vaccines significantly reduce severe outcomes and death in people who contract COVID.
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  44. Greta should come try and survive a Sask winter without the use of fossil fuels
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  45. This war is like being asked to vote on which is cuddlier: a scorpion or a shark.
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