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    Women should have the same rights and responsibilities as men when it comes to being in the armed forces. No difference.
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    How are women for the battlefield? Jennette Goldstein, if not Sigourney Weaver, must likely comes to mind, when feminists think of modern women warriors. What feminist isn't wowed by her? But.....real war, isn't fought in Hollywood. And, not everyone is a Vasquez (if ever there is one). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_combat Now. That should be a grave concern for any soldier fighting alongside a female.
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    Oops. Looks like Trudeau's prancing around India in quaint costumes while deliberately offending one of our trade partners hasn't gone over well with Canadians. Remember how we were thinking not that long ago that Trudeau was absolutely unbeatable in terms of getting re-elected, how it was just about a sure thing? Not so much now. March 19, 2018 – The passage of time appears to have done nothing to soothe Canadian voters irritated with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau since his highly criticized passage to India last month. This, combined with a simmering unease among the electorate over the federal government’s deficit spending has, for the first time, driven Trudeau’s disapproval rating north of 50 per cent. All of this adds up to a ten-point gap between the Liberal and Conservative parties in vote intention. The latest polling analysis from the Angus Reid Institute shows that if an election were held tomorrow, the CPC – led by Andrew Scheer, would be in range to form a majority government. http://angusreid.org/federal-issues-march2018/
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    Hey Trudeau, you wanna show off and lead the world by example with your feminist agenda? Never mind the measly quota - go all the way! Send an ALL-WOMEN team to Mali! Be the first leader to do it. I dare ya!
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    Bill Blair says storefronts and the Black Market will be almost eliminated if the legal solution offers a good price point, accessibility, and variety. Will governments be able to constrain themselves on taxing the product so that the price-point is at least competitive? We'll see. As for variety - that is the scary part. The Black Market will offer increasing levels of THC - or combine pot with other dubious ingredients. How will the government respond to these unhealthy, if not dangerous offerings? And finally, the justice system and sentencing.....currently, we have laughably weak consequences for selling an ILLEGAL substance. How can this same justice system enact TOUGHER penalties for selling a LEGAL substance? This shameless pandering for votes was a main plank of Sunny Ways. As with deficits, we'll be paying the Piper for years to come - fiscally and morally.
  6. 1 point
    Now we are sending troops to Mali,the one spot he should stay away from. Get ready for body bags coming home.
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    If that's what we're using to decide what should be legal, then it follows that we should also ban alcohol, junk food and video games.
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    What a lying piece of excrement JT is. https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/trudeau-says-cannabis-will-become-legal-next-summer-not-july-1-1.3728628] Oh so he didn't have any control over the announcements made by his government saying that it would be legalized by July 1? Who on earth buys that?
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    Decriminalization is probably the best course. The price is important because without a competitive price, the black market won't go away.
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    With the government going full nanny state with the distribution, it certainly won't eliminate a black market. And with the government trying to keep its monopoly, more people will see charges.


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