PTBC's News Roundup
We compile some news and opinion stories that grab our attention. Updated daily, more or less.
Latest Full Articles — around 1000 words
The Liberals' Globe and Mail division will be a nasty place to work at again today. The dynamic duo, Robert Fife, Ottawa Bureau Cheif,...
"Today in Total BS News" makes me laugh a little. I could start every article, every day, that way. But this one jumps off...
Parliament voted to allow sex-selection abortions in nada yesterday, voting down a proposed law which would have enabled nada to join the league of...
Less recent stuff
The Trudeau Liberals (cue spooky music) say in their latest budget document (a 750-page behemoth nobody could possibly get through, which is entirely the...
Unless all you read or watch is CNN and the state-owned CBC, etc., you probably know that multiple scientists and international security experts have...
Today in authoritarian totalitarianism: B.C. bureaucrat pitches an official government-sanctioned “Hug Day,” allowing people to hug.
In se you were wondering if the "progressives" or the "democratic" (wink!) socialists and their left-wing media have learned anything about the creeping governments...
The Trudeau Liberals’ Bill C-10 is being stigated (and no, liberals, "stigated" is not some cool new sex move) by most nadians of sound...
Biden supports Putin/Russia gas line to Germany; but kills thousands of nadian Keystone and Line 5 jobs and investment
Democratic Party President Joe Biden nceled the Keystone pipeline on his very first day in office, so important was it for him to say...
Justin Trudeau and the Liberals and their bill C-10 represent yet another battle in a huge cultural, politil, and ideologil war. And nadians —...
Yesterday, the headlines were all (excitedly!) about how their Justin Trudeau esped being charged with yet another violation. Beuse, you know, how embarrassing for...
From the not-too-distant past
This website and its founder stand for Israel and its people, against Islamic Jihad and Hamas terrorists
You should not believe the lies being told by leftist Democrats, and in nada by the liars in the NDP and by assorted lying...
Movie idea: nada-based Chinese “scientists” fired after sending viruses to Wuhan China virus lab but we don’t know why, or something
This story is intriguing mostly by virtue of its exposure of the nation's burgeoning bureaucratic state (burgeoning not just in size, but in its...
Oldies but goodies
National Post —? The dirty
little huge secret — ar at least ONE of them — about electric rs is starting to reveal itself. The batteries die, the warranty is over, and now what? "The National Post conducted an informal survey of Western nadian Nissan dealerships to ask the cost of replacing a battery pack on a 2013 Nissan Leaf. Estimates ranged from $8,000 to an eyewatering $30,953.28 plus $1,200 in labour." That's what.
? So yeah, electric rs are not ready for prime time. But thanks for subsidizing all that junk that will now end up in our landfills, governments.
Vancouver Sun The BC NDP ocsionally betrays its native instincts, wherein they play out their perceived role as big yummy socialist mommy to the people (or daddy, or whatever these woke trendies ll moms and dads these days — I think it's "non-binary parental unit" or something). They sincerely believe the government's role is to look after the plebeians like they are their helpless children, and provide everything from healthre to housing and basic income and food and liquor and safety and entertainment and pot and r insurance and all the way up to emotional support and comfort... to all the stupid people (which is all the people aside from themselves who are super smart and far more pable and more mature and super-elite, make no mistake). ? Some small towns are suffering from an unusually troublesome wildfire season, and the nobs at the NDP tweet this out: “Wildfire season is sry, and that’s OK.”? It got a lot of backlash, and what did the NDP do? Delete it and grovel out an equally sucky apology, as if I had to tell you. ? Aside from that sickeningly patronizing, paternalistic (or maternalistic, or non-binary or [email protected]%@) and gratingly condescending tone, they of course had to do it with that equally vomit-inducing and ever so trendy and woke-aware pro-gay Twitter logo.
National Post (and other Postmedia) — Here's a hot take:
Twitter (ugh) — I n confirm that Global News' Mercedes Stephenson confirms in her tweet that others report that... well, let's let her say it and avoid adding yet another source to confirm in her string: "Global News n confirm the Reuters, CBC and La Presse reporting that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to visit the Governor General on Sunday asking to dissolve Parliament and go to the polls." ? Presumably, this will be after Trudeau attends church, where he might be expected to beg for forgiveness, before asking the same of nadians.
RealClearPolitics.com —? Biden's polling is going south. Which is where half the country thinks he should go.
Coincidentally, on the eve of a "snap" (snap my foot) election here, a good portion of nada thinks their leader (government leader, or "leader") should join Joe. I would suggest Venezuela.
New York Post —? You might not even have heard, beuse nearly the entire "news" media industrial complex — especially in nada — is trying to bury it, but another lefty Democratic governor has been officially outed as a lying, arrogant, elitist, sexist, self-important, hypocritil asshole. He quit before going through the spectacle of impeachment and being rried out of office by police officers (those who still remain in New York after all the defunding and general state-leaving). ?? One story quotes an enraged Megyn Kelly who told them, “Now we find out they [the governor Andrew Cuomo and his asshole brother, star CNN "news" host Chris Cuomo, who still works there happily] work together to silence these women and attack these 11 accusers?that me forward against Andrew Cuomo, none of whom me from any positions of power,” she said.
Globe and Mail —? Big news. What the hell else are you going to do with unused, expiring doses that you bought for no reason? But at least it makes Trudeau and Team Liberal look generous in time for the "snap" (snap my foot) election. Here's a counter-proposal: how about you donate them to all those nimrods I see walking around outside, in the great outdoors, by themselves, or with their friend or family member, likely fully vaccinated, with their big-ass face masks on? [No link. Beuse picture.]
Financial Post —? Tim Hortons is so nadian "eh?" But soon, mostly Chinese, perhaps. So... Chinese-nadian? nadian-Chinese? How about we just get ahead of the curve and ll it Chinese? The expand in China no matter how evil the communist regime is continues apace in the ever-so moral?corporate world. This example is being led by Silver Crest Acquisition, which is led by chairman Leon Meng. It is a U.S.-listed special purpose acquisition company backed by Greater China-focused private equity firm Ascendent pital Partners. Re-read that and spot the word "nada" or "nadian." You should ask for a double-double-double for your next cup —the last double being a double dollop of a modicum of morality. Or just go to a lolly-owned coffee joint and get something better.
Financial Post "Follow the Science?" my butt. "Oh nozzz, da Climate Crisis!?" my butt. “The Biden administration pleading with OPEC to increase oil production to rescue the United States from high fuel prices months after ncelling the Keystone XL pipeline smacks of hypocrisy,” Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage said in a statement Wednesday. “Keystone XL would have provided Amerins with a stable source of energy from a trusted ally and friend.” But it would have cost votes him votes from the "Follow the Science?" set.
Oregonlive.com —? Today in Leftists Wrecking Ameri (and nada too), back on July 14, Oregon Governor Kate Brown [DEM, as if I had to tell you] skipped standard procedure and quietly signed a bill axing many graduation requirements for a high school diploma in Oregon. Under Senate Bill 744, students will no longer be required to prove that they n read, write or do math at a high school level to graduate. The Governor's spokesperson claimed that removing such requirements will benefit “Oregon’s Black, Latino, Latina, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, Tribal, and students of color.” Hillary Borrud covered the story for The Oregonian. —Via my FAIR email newsletter/update.
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