Air France Throws Women’s Rights Under the Wheels for A Chance to Make Money in Tehran

Air France recently decreed that its female employees–this is a French corporation based in the West, mind you–must now wear headscarves as part of their uniform when disembarking in Tehran.  The women are understandably upset. The company says it has … Continue reading

Editorial for Saturday, October 17, 2015–Premature Election Dissection

The last gasp of this needlessly long, expensive election begs discussion. If reports are true–that the Lizard of Oz (Australian Lynton Crosby), author of the Niqab Strategy, quit the Slime Train that is the Harper campaign; and that Mr. Trudeau’s … Continue reading

Editorial for Saturday, January 10, 2015: The Charlie Hebdo Massacre: A Grab for Power

At first glance, the massacre at Charlie Hebdo in Paris is about religious extremism and freedom of speech. But it’s really about power and how religion is being used by murderous criminals to grab it and keep it.  France kicked religion … Continue reading

Un-Christianity is alive and well and writing to Medicine Hat News

The whiny reaction to the rainbow flag that was flown in front of Medicine Hat City Hall to indicate support for the LGBT people currently victimized by the Russian government’s recent legislation typifies the entitled, ostentatious Christian currently in style. … Continue reading

Editorial for September 21, 2013–Canada Needs Less Political Correctness and More Social Maturity

There have been a few issues in the news lately that highlight discussions we need to have in Canada. Pauline Marois and the PQ have proposed the Charter of Quebec Values, Preston Manning and his Manning Center is funding a … Continue reading

The Daily Sniff for Friday, September 13, 2013: We don’t need NEW laws–we need to enforce the ones we already have.

The Charter of Quebec Values has wide appeal in Quebec and, if the rest of Canada would tell the truth, in the entire country as well. The underlying sentiment garnering approval for limiting the use of religious symbols in an … Continue reading