TweetOn Saturday, August 25, Conservative Party members in the riding of Calgary-Centre will choose a candidate to carry their party’s banner in an upcoming and yet-to-be called by-election. Six candidates are contesting the nomination. The Conservative candidate is widely expected to win the by-election in this moderate conservative voting downtown Calgary riding. Here is a . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: calgary-centre conservatives and liberals choosing their by-election candidates.
Remember the Lil Rascals and their He-man Women Haters Club? Well they grew up and helped to launch the conservative movement.
In the United States, in the 21st century, GOP presidential hopefuls, are now arguing over the legality of contraception. Can you imagine?
It’s being labelled a womens issue, but how many men out . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: First Abortion Then Contraception or is it the Other Way Around?
“These proposals included cries for billions of new money for social assistance in the name of “child poverty” and for more business subsidies in the name of “cultural identity”. In both cases I was sought out as a rare public figure to oppos… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: Gloria Steinham Was Right. For Anti-Abortionists Life Begins at Conception But Ends at Birth
“There does come a time when force, even physical force, is appropriate. The Christian is not to take the law into his own hands and become a law unto himself. But when all avenues to flight and protest have closed, force in the defensive posture is … . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: The Canadian Manifesto 4: God’s Army of Child Soldiers
Steve walks warily in to vote on the latest anti-choice bill Ain’t no sound but the sound of him telling his flunkies to vote to kill The foetishists are ready, they’re ready for this, they’re hangin’ on the edge of their seats Out of Lifesite the shrieking rips, to the sound of the tweets Another […] . . . → Read More: Another bill bites the dust