The panel discuss the Omar Khadr payout by the Federal Government, the Red Ensign as a symbol of the far right, Trudeau visiting the Calgary Stampede, Canada’s feminist government donating money to the Clinton foundation, and we have listener feedback!
Hello to all you patriots out there in podcast land and welcome to Episode 89 of Canadian Patriot Podcast, the number one podcast in Canada. Recorded Monday July 17, 2017.
Sean - Father of one, ISPC/IDPA/3Gun Competitor, CCFR Saskatchewan Director and staunch firearms advocate
Gavin - a business owner, gun enthusiast, hunter, atheist, content provider for Toxic Kodiak Pathfinders and host of the Greater Toronto Area chapter of the Tactical Beard Owners Club.
Tim - Owner and operator of Tim’s Good T shirts, they’re quite good. Also a sport shooter, rabid beer enthusiast and the proud descendant of beer drinking immigrants.
Marty - Hunter and Sport shooter in rural Southern Ontario
I’m your host Andrew - I’m a recovering libertarian, competitive shooter, and firearms instructor at Ragnarok Tactical
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Andrew - Coors Banquet
Sean - Crown Apple and Coke Zero
Gavin - Crown Maple & Coke Zero
Marty - Crown Maple & Coke Zero
Tim - Rickards Red
the Supreme Court of Canada demanded it, as if people couldn't read the Supreme Court of Canada decision for themselves and discover no such requirement.
It was Harper’s fault! As if people would forget that the Chretien and Martin governments were running the show when Khadr was captured and sent to Gitmo and when the two RCMP/CSIS interviews took place that caused the Supreme Court of Canada to decide Khadr's Charter rights were breached. As well it was Harper that repatriated Khadr in accordance with the Supreme Court of Canada suggested remedy.
The total cost could have been up to 40 million so the 10.5 million settlement along with 5 million in legal fees was a tremendous savings for taxpayers. Coming from a guy who in a single fiscal year turned a 2 billion dollar surplus into a 23 billion dollar deficit in a non-recession, non-war year is astounding. To put this in context, it cost Canadians some 25 million to settle another Chretien mistake with Arar who was tortured and never convicted of any crimes. Or the 10 million spent trying to convict Duffy only to come up empty.
The morale argument made in Calgary on Saturday. Trudeau just committed all future governments of Canada to monetary remedies regardless of the requirements of Canadian courts. Trudeau has unilaterally decided that regardless of what remedy the Supreme Court of Canada decides on the government of Canada will have to pay a monetary remedy if a Charter right is breeched. He somehow seems to believe he's the moral compass of the country now and in the future.
Former Canadian flag, the Red Ensign, gets new, darker life as far-right symbol
Love and loathing as Trudeau touches down for Calgary Stampede
Canada shouldn’t donate to the Clinton Foundation
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