Thursday, May 24, 2012

Does The Government Owe You A Family?

A report released this week is advocating that the Alberta government pay for IVF (in vitro fertilization) treatments for infertile couples like Quebec does.

A report released this week is pushing the Alberta government to adopt the tack taken in Quebec by paying for IVF treatments for infertile women: commissioned by a local fertility charity, the study suggested the province could save $78-million in the next five years. That’s because multiple births — which according to Statistics Canada increased by 45% between 1991 and 2008 — are also more likely to lead to premature births, underweight babies and higher rates of disability.
Yet desperate would-be parents footing the bill for expensive fertility treatments often demand multiple embryos be implanted, regardless of the risks.
  For a lot of women, your life isn't complete until you have a child.   For some getting pregnant is difficult and sometimes heartbreaking when it doesn't work out so they seek outside help. It costs a lot of money and can cause a financial strain

 I really feel for these folks but should the taxpayer being paying for their treatments?  I don't know.  Why can't some charity or foundation take up the cause and help these people out instead of leaving it up to the taxpayer to foot the bill?

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Senator Duffy Talks About Mulcair and the UN Bureaucrat With Ezra Levant

Gosh do I miss Mike Duffy on television.  Anyway yesterday it was great to see him again on Ezra Levant's show The Source.  They talked about the unelected UN bureaucrat who scolded us on our "food security" and Thomas Mulcair and his war against the west.

Here the Duff weighs in on the food fight

And here they discuss Thomas Mulcair  Enjoy folks, you won't be sorry!

Friday, May 11, 2012

So Nanny Redford Finally Vows to Defend the Oil Sands.

Days ago Premier Brad Wall came out swinging at Thomas Mulcair who slammed the oil sands in a CBC weekend interview referring to the oilsands as,"Dutch disease."  A couple days ago I asked where was Premier Alison Redford on this. Well she's finally decided to crawl out from underneath her rock.   
“I expect that we’re probably in for a bit of a crazy summer,” Redford said before discussing Mulcair’s comments.
“I always think it’s better for people to comment once they have the information than before they do.”
The premier said she will spend her time expanding provincial markets while making the case to the United States that Alberta’s energy sector is the most “secure, responsible and environmentally conscious supplier, and always will be.”
 The premier talked about her Canadian energy strategy, still broadly defined as having the provinces work together to take advantage of the country’s national resources, saying the country can manage the impact of major projects “to ensure that Canada remains beautiful.”
“And we’ll do it without compromising provincial sovereignty,” she said.
 Not quite as forceful as Brad Walls response.
 The comment drew the ire of several western politicians, including Wall, who tweeted Monday: "If Thomas Mulcair thinks a strong resource sector is a 'disease,' what is his 'cure'? Higher resource taxes? NDP needs to explain", and; "Resources have been the cure not the problem, NDP."
 So she now vows to defend our oil sands. Huh uh, just like she vowed to call a full public inquiry into doctor intimidation. Instead the inquiry is only investigating cue jumping. And yuh, just like she supported the boycott on Chiquita bananas too. . She's mealy mouthed and flip flops on everything.

 BTW, anyone have any clue what she means by "Canadian energy strategy?"

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Indoctrinating The Children? Say It Isn't So

  TORONTO - “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” — Vladimir Lenin 
 One school seems to be sowing the seeds of hate against the Jews. Another seems to be training third graders to learn how to be professional protesters against capitalism and The Harper government.

These are our future leaders. Scary!

 Proverbs 22:6
King James Version (KJV)
Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

You, Hoo, Alison, Where ARRR YOUUU!

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall was quick to respond to NDP leader Thomas Mulcair's comments he made on the weekend on CBC radio bashing the oilsands blaming them for the decline of manufacturing in Ontario and Quebec. 

Thank God for Brad Wall! He's the only good premier left in Canada.   He did a great job defending the oilsands again  yesterday on Ezra Levant's show.

Premier Wall responded but where's our dear Alberta Premier Alison Redford?  Why hasn't she spoken out about Mulcair's comments? Why isn't she standing up and defending our oil industry? Does she even care?

Does she agree with Mulcair? Or does she agree with Brad Wall? Albertans and Canadians need to know. 

The oilsands are the engine that is driving the Alberta and Canada's economy right now.  Just in Alberta alone the oil industry employs 551,066 people.    Many more jobs are created all over Canada as a result of the oilsands.   Without the oilsands Canada would be sunk.

Alison, crawl out from underneath your rock and do your job. Give us your response. Brad Wall seems to be the only premier who cares.  Shame on you RedAli!

Friday, May 4, 2012

Another Faux Scandal Bites the Dust

 The Libs, Dippers and the media party are always trying to smear  PM Stephen Harper and the Conservatives. Always looking the juicy adscam type scandal to bring them down .Every time it always blows up in their faces. Every day all of them lose credibility.  You'd think they would learn by now. Oh well, I guess their hate for the Conservatives blinds them.   Here's an example of the lastest.
OTTAWA — Offshore bank statements in the name of Associate Defence Minister Julian Fantino are not authentic and the conflict of interest commissioner has informed Fantino she is dropping her investigation.
BTW, whatever happened to Pierre Poutine?

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

The Occupy Movement, May Day and Communist History

Yesterday, May 1st marked the resurrection of the Occupy Movement that had been hibernating over the winter.  May first is May Day also known as International Workers Day.    Occupy protests went on across the Canada.and the United States.   Labor unions are working with the occupy movement.

Ezra Levant ties Occupy, May Day and Communism. I urge you to watch. Interesting and important stuff.  Helps you understand what's really going on. Interesting that occupy comes back on May Day, eh?