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The Canadian government is now Liberal. It is an exciting time for much of the media, union leaders, climate radicals, weed enthusiasts, pacifist activists, liberal Christians, anti-car planners, abortion advocates, and all economic illiterates who welcome bigger government. And the federal government promises much love including better access to abortion, more deficit spending, and the legalization of marijuana, to name only three.

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Incoming Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will soon take the reins of power in Canada. Meanwhile, politicians at the federal, provincial, and local level have already begun planning their tactics to get more federal money. With the Keynesian Trudeau at the helm, there will be less focus on individual responsibility and the free market and more attention on how government is the solution to revitalizing the economy. Keynesians are expert at raising expectations and many and varied groups will come knocking at Trudeau’s door. (more…)

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For fair-minded people who want to examine the data, there are important studies on the liberal policies that cause higher unemployment and greater incidents of family breakdown. Since Charles Murray’s ground-breaking study Losing Ground (1984), numerous scholars have revealed the failure of liberal social policies. Sadly, many of today’s environmentalist activists are equally, or even more, destructive. There are too many environmental activists promoting policies that hurt people. (more…)

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There are some individuals destined to take on giants. Born in 1925, conservative William F. Buckley, Jr. became one of the most impressive American public intellectuals of the twentieth century. Founder of the conservative magazine the National Review, a prolific author of numerous books and articles, and the creator and host of the debate-style television show Firing Line, Buckley certainly left his mark. And he started young. At age 25, he tweaked the nose of the Yale University establishment. (more…)

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is experiencing some economic, legal, and religious difficulties.

The province of Ontario was once the economic powerhouse of Canada. It has declined to have-not status due mostly to the misguided economic policies and excessive spending of the present and previous Liberal government.

How bad is the situation in Ontario? (more…)

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Founded by a group of Christian leaders and political campaigners in the early 1980s, the Institute of Religion and Democracy (TheIRD.org ) continues to do excellent work safeguarding religious freedom and democracy in America and abroad. As today’s President Mark Tooley explains, the IRD is “a watchdog of the religious and evangelical left, disputing their claims to represent millions of church members when espousing a liberal or far-left political agenda.” (more…)

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Recently in Washington, D.C., Senator Ted Cruz attempted to deliver a keynote address at the Inaugural Summit of the organization In Defense of Christians. His speech to an audience composed mostly of Christians was on the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, a humanitarian crisis that he cares about. Cruz ended his speech early when a minority of listeners continued to heckle and boo him. (more…)

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