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Truth

You will get the unvarnished truth from entrenched instructors at liberal institutions of higher learning, especially those institutions that are hostile to the free thinkers in their midst. Er … won’t … you?   We appreciate your comments. Click here. … Continue reading

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Ontarians: feeling manipulated?

Premier Wynne’s constant concessions in the waning days of the Ontario election should give you a clue. Saying she won’t win tomorrow’s election shows she: doesn’t respect the voter doesn’t respect the election process doesn’t respect the Ontario Liberal Party … Continue reading

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Extra billing: okay and not okay

OKAY: Chart summary transfer Day Care Notes Disability tax credit form Driver’s D.O.T. physical exam & form Immunization Record Insurance Disability Forms Life Insurance Death Certificate Newborn circumcision Off work/school note School/Camp form Skin Lesions T.B. Skin Test Telephone Advice … Continue reading

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Who decides an election?

Donors Newstainment Media Pollsters Special Interest Groups Voters Ontarians! Have you noticed that polling is still going on since 9th May when the writ was drawn up to mark the start of the official election campaign?  What are you going … Continue reading

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Rain Man vs. reality

“Too often the mental health-care system has not grown to meet the different and complex challenges (of people with developmental disabilities) that such ailments impose in adolescence and adulthood.”1 It’s fascinating that CAMH’s new Centre for Adult Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and … Continue reading

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Social engineers prefer us to be Cousin Itts

Service Canada doesn’t want its staff to refer to people as:  a Father, or a Mother.  They cannot call a man Sir, or a woman Madam.  Is it any wonder society has mental health issues when the social engineers have … Continue reading

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Grand River Conservation Authority wants more of your money

In the wake of the Brantford, Ontario flooding, it’s stunning how the GRCA has the audacity to ask for more taxpayers’ dollars.  In the 2018 budget passed on 23 February, another $3M+ is supposedly needed to, among other tasks, “reduce … Continue reading

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Amazon, Facebook, Google: too big?

On May 15, 1911, the US Supreme Court ruled that Standard Oil was an “unreasonable” monopoly under the Sherman Antitrust Act.  It ordered Standard to break up into 34 independent companies. Mr. Dave Hodges and Dr. Michael Savage muse that … Continue reading

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FYI MPPs: the contract with your constituents ends June 8, 2018

It appears some MPPs, such as Dr. Eric Hoskins, are unaware that the 41st Legislative Assembly of Ontario is still very much alive and kicking.  You constituents who put your MPP in their seat have an unwritten contract with that … Continue reading

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Time to say toodaloo monopolizers

Have you checked your phone bill lately? Have you checked if they got the taxes right? It maybe a herculean tax task for your phone company if you use a third-party long distance provider.  The taxes maybe too rich by … Continue reading

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