What's to stop non-citizens from voting in our elections?

Read my latest in the National Post! ——————– As a result of a recent relocation, I wasn’t on the voters list in my riding for the upcoming ...

2011 Canadian Election : What Happened and What's Next

Canadians woke up to a very different political landscape on May 3, 2011. What exactly happened during this election campaign and where are we headed in the months and years ahead?Besides ...

Which party is the true supporter of Israel?

In the 2008 federal election, brouhaha quickly erupted over Conservative campaign literature claiming they were more supportive of Israel than the Liberal Party. The topic has risen ...

NDP gaining in polls; 5 percent behind Tories

Earlier this week, Prince Arthur Herald columnist Brendan Steven outlined the possibility of New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton becoming Canada’s leader of the official opposition. ...

Prime Minister Layton?

Could New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton be the next Prime Minister of Canada? While I never thought I would write those words, the potential of a social democratic government ...

Will The Silent Majority Speak?

“The Silent Majority” was a title coined by then-President Richard Nixon, in the heat of the anti-Vietnam sentiment that swept America in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s while ...

Liberal Party Platform a Failure for the Canadian Forces

As with all federal elections, Canada finds itself at a crossroads. Our choices are stark: we face compelling and contrasting visions of what we want our country to be. On May 2nd, ...

A Plea for Pragmatism in the Canadian Political Arena

Canadians are looking for leadership on the economy in this election campaign. However, when it comes to addressing the major issues of how we can stabilize and grow our economy ...

Strictly Right Radio – Episode 95 (with Michael Coren)

On this episode of Strictly Right, Andrew interviews author and television personality Michael Coren, talks about Charlie Sheen, the latest T.S.A. scandal, an audition with Kimberly ...

Review of the Canadian Federal Leaders' Debate

I promise that in this review I will only use the term “knockout punch” once; that is to say that there wasn’t one.  Why pundits keep talking about them is beyond me as the last ...
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