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NCC Update: Electoral reform - the Liberal way
Justin Trudeau has had a bad few weeks.
Fresh off drawing the ire of the entire rational-thinking world for his ignorant and self-serving comments about a murderous, deceased dictator - and on behalf of all Canadians, to boot - now he's watching his precious electoral reform die a slow, embarrassing death on the House of Commons floor.
The plan was simple: the Trudeau government, led here by Minister Maryam Monsef were going to push through an electoral reform without the consent of the Canadian people - in fact, fewer than 10% of Canadians felt it was even remotely necessary. The results would… Read More +
Being Justin Trudeau
There has been no shortage of shouted opinions in the wake of Donald Trump flipping the political establishment on its head. Many of those opinions focus on the familiar angle of identity politics, while cooler heads have suggested more pragmatic options. It is clear that a large portion of the country was being ignored, and those shunned voters chose to vote for their manufacturing jobs, lower taxes, or even just to avoid supporting Hillary Clinton (the exact definition of an establishment candidate).
Irregardless, President-Elect Trump (boy that's… Read More +
Thoughts on the Trump Train
By Colin Brown
The “basket of deplorables” has spoken.
The liberal intelligentsia is reacting in horror to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States. No doubt Hillary Clinton regrets the use of the "basket" phrase to insult her opponent's supporters. Today her presidential aspirations lie in the rubble of an unprecedented political earthquake. However, the Trump victory should not come as a surprise to long-time supporters of the National Citizens Coalition.
One of the first political ads my father, Colin M. Brown, ran for our fledgling organization in 1970 stated "What this country needs… Read More +
Stephen Harper - A Personal Reflection
By Colin Brown, Chairman of the National Citizens Coalition
The first time I met Stephen Harper I thought he was the smartest guy in the room, but I liked him anyway. He didn’t use the $50 words and intellectual snobbishness that many deep-thinking academics carry. We were at an NCC event in Hamilton and he was in debate promoting the triple-E senate. He was a shy, young Reform MP from Calgary. I was a newly installed Chairman of the NCC and it was not long after the death of the NCC’s founder, Colin M. Brown. I remember thinking Dad would… Read More +
PBO warns Canada's spending is now on an unsustainable path
After a comprehensive review of federal, provincial and municipal spending projections across the country Canada's Parliamentary Budget Officer is sounding the alarm.
Canada's spending is now on an unsustainable path. Full stop.
In fact, Prime Minister Trudeau has even squandered any room for future spending initiatives with this year's federal budget, which included more than $10-billion of new spending on top of a deficit projected to reach $30-billion by 2017. This means that Canada's debt-to-GDP ratio - the most important single measure of economic health - will increase significantly.
The consequences of overspending are very real. We have seen numerous failed states… Read More +
It is not often that a Canadian politician gets recognized in the United States or around the world for that matter, but PM Trudeau managed to do that and then some this weekend with his incredibly naive and misguided comments about the death of Fidel Castro, the iron-fisted dictator of Cuba.
In his press release on Government of Canada stationery, he used the words "deep sorrow" and referred to Castro as a "legendary revolutionary and orator". He then goes on to say "On behalf of all Canadians" and expressed his sadness… Read More +