“Americans want someone who believes in them” Update speech added

That was the line from Rick Santorum as he was absolutely swarmed by press, and voters at the Hillsborough county event at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. After the Ron Paul event Stacy & I headed to the Hotel which was loaded with local republicans, Press And some familiar faces The absolute change in the fortunes … Continue reading “Americans want someone who believes in them” Update speech added

Oh Canada that Bastion of free speech fear

A Mark Steyn speech in at the University of Western Ontario was proving too popular so they searched for a venue that was larger. The London Convention Centre owned by the city was a good choice but the city had other ideas: "The reason offered by the LCC [in a Tuesday morning phone call] was … Continue reading Oh Canada that Bastion of free speech fear

Let’s take one aspect of Peter Singer’s nonsense…

...that I saw nobody address in comments at his post. The idea "should we be the last generation"? only works on those who follow it. The world is going to belong to the people who actually exist. As Mark Steyn has said: Experts talk about root causes. But demography is the most basic root of … Continue reading Let’s take one aspect of Peter Singer’s nonsense…

…and a little more from Mark Steyn

As the debate about Canada continues in my comments Mark Steyn points to another gem in Canada's love affair with free speech: On Monday Mr. Earle, a stand-up comedian of conventionally Trudeaupian views, goes on trial at the British Columbia “Human Rights” Tribunal for putting down two hecklers at his nightclub act. They were, alas … Continue reading …and a little more from Mark Steyn

I have deliberately avoided saying what Mark Steyn has said…

...because I was afraid that the left would figure it out but he has let the cat out of the bag: Right now, they can trade anything — abortion, death panels, whatever. The trick is to plant the seed and let the ratchet effect of Big Government take care of the rest. I said on … Continue reading I have deliberately avoided saying what Mark Steyn has said…

Two curve balls

Concerning my last post and what is coming I should point out that there are two curve balls that have the potential to change things fast: 1..From Mr. McCain's figures you note that places where the secular groups have power have lower fertility rates, and I suspect a lot of those rates come from non-secular … Continue reading Two curve balls