Letters to the Editor


A disgraceful and cowardly action

Mr. Prime Minister,

The recent push for a coalition government by the NDP, Liberals and Bloc to topple the rightfully and democratically elected conservative government, is both disgraceful and cowardly. The leaders of the three parties responsible for this attempted coup have no honor and don’t understand the meaning of the words; duty, honor, loyalty, service, and respect.

By News on the Net - Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Improving Parliament

Canada could sure use a minister of defence with General Rick Hillier’s expertise.  But under our current system of governance, Stephen Harper must pick his defence minister from the ranks of elected MPs even if none of them is qualified for the position.

By News on the Net - Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Unfair family law reform

What Ontario Attorney-General Chris Bentley proposes is to give the courts the right to impose a restraining order which “will be accessible in an emergency from a family judge without the other party being there.” The court then has the further right to “prosecute restraining-order breaches under the Criminal Code.” Finally: “Anyone applying for custody or access to a child will be required to complete a sworn statement, including how he or she proposes to care for the child.”

By News on the Net - Monday, December 1, 2008

Non-Confidence Vote

Attention: Prime minister and Opposition Leaders;
Stephen Harper, Conservatives
Ste’phane Dion, Liberals
Jack Layton, NDP
Gilles Duceppe, Bloc Quebecois

Dear Honourable members:

The election was just carried out and the people have made their choice. This is no time to blow another 300+ million on an unnecessary election, are you crazy?

By News on the Net - Monday, December 1, 2008

Do we really want ‘banana republic"status?

Just when Canadians thought they were through yet another federal election and had democratically elected the government of their choice an irresponsible and power mad opposition (a good description would be Junta) come up with a suprise Christmas present to oust the Conservatives and undemocratically seize power.

By News on the Net - Sunday, November 30, 2008

November Blues


October’s blushing days are gone
November’s misting all around
the trees take on a wintry pallor
as their leaves wither on the

By News on the Net - Sunday, November 30, 2008

Liberal NDP Merger

A coalition of the Liberals and NDP with tacit support of the Bloc just hit the news.It will retread Broadbent and Cretien as power brokers who will spoon feed Ignatief a daily dish of liberal-socialism to Canadians. Why is the Canadian Press among other venues so delighted.

This will be a disaster. We need a strong Conservative government that will concentrate on fiscal responsibility and personal responsibility of all Canadians to reject liberal socialism and build a nation that will uphold personal integrity and private enterprise.

By News on the Net - Friday, November 28, 2008


Snow banks shining in the cold
frosty noses glowing in the chill
the laughter of children throwing

By News on the Net - Sunday, November 23, 2008

Stupid Laws

You can get a drivers license at 16, yet you can’t legally buy alcoholic beverages until you are 19. But the law says that you are an adult at 18.

Seeing that we have a Charter of Rights and Freedoms, where do these laws creating first and second class citizens come from? Whether the age of majority is set at 18, 21 or 30 makes no difference, the fact is an adult is an adult, period, and there should be no ifs-ands-or buts.

These stupid laws would never stand up if challenged in the Supreme Court.

By News on the Net - Saturday, November 22, 2008

Changing Houses

Jim Flaherty is on the right track in shedding government property. But why stop at selling piddling things like the CN Tower? Let’s auction off every federal building in Ottawa and move the government holus-bolus to spanking new quarters in Winnipeg.

By News on the Net - Friday, November 21, 2008

Auto Bailout

The auto industry is too important to be allowed to bottom out. However, the bailout should carry two conditions:  The federal and contributing provincial governments should become major, but not majority, shareholders,  and the entire top management of the “Big Three” should be replaced by Japanese auto executives.

By News on the Net - Thursday, November 20, 2008

North American Auto Manufacturers have been dominated by unions for decades

To date I have not heard anything constructive coming from the demised ‘auto’ industry that I as a taxpayer feel I can support.

The North American Auto Manufacturers have been dominated by unions for decades and my exposure to these unions, through Buzz Hargrove,  is limited but suffice to know that unions of large industries are very powerful and well funded.

By News on the Net - Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The U.S. is not even your friggin country!

The U.S. is not even your friggin country! You have no standing. I would say the same to the those on the other side who write all those stories about the ‘rest of the world’ favouring Obama for McCain by 4-1. Who cares? That’s favouring with an ‘ou’ by the way.

By News on the Net - Thursday, November 13, 2008

CBC: Pleae stop bullying Falun Gong!

I just finished watching the report broadcasted by CBC: Malaise dans le Chinatown/Enquete and what an appalling report that was!  I almost couldn’t believe my eyes that our very own CBC, which is supposed to be a decent national broadcaster, would produce something as derogatory as this.  Let me explain—the eerie music, weird camera angles, except for Mr. Crescent Chau of La Presse Chinoise and all his friends, all the other characters in the program were portrayed as secretive and strange, and the most demonized group, of course, was Falun Gong.  What I can’t understand is how could CBC manipulate such a report and present this as factual information to its Canadian audience.  After all the Falun Gong is a well known and well-respected spiritual group across the world, except for China where its followers are tortured and even killed for their belief.

By News on the Net - Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Parents and children have rights too

It was inevitable and predictable. There are just too many responsible parents in this province to “roll over” like the B.C. Government Ministry of Education did in captitulating to the demands of well known homosexual activists Murray and Peter Corren. The secret legal agreement between the B.C. Government and the Corren’s giving them unprecedenteed control and influence over the province’s education curriculum was done without proper discussion, consensus or scrutiny.

By News on the Net - Sunday, November 9, 2008