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    08/18/2015 11:45:40 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 14 replies
    Jay Currie ^ | August 16, 2015 | Jay Currie
    Various people have asked me why I will not vote for Stephen Harper and the Conservatives in this election. While the Cons’ failure to seriously tackle the deficit, reduce the size of government and begin to dismantle the Liberal state are all good reasons, I probably would hold my nose one more time if it were not for one, fundamental fact: C-51. And I might have even given Harper a pass on C-51 if I didn’t know the Conservative record on free speech, the perversion of the Human Rights Commission and the legal thuggery which attended it. Connie Fournier and...
  • Shooters at Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Canada

    10/22/2014 8:49:25 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 41 replies
    Self | October 22, 2014 | Entropy Squared
    About an hour ago a shooter killed a guard at Ottawa's War Memorial. The same shooter, or another, then entered the Parliament Building where he was shoot by security personnel. Police are saying nearby Rideau Centre shopping mall is now on lockdown.
  • Court to decide web posters' ability to remain anonymous

    04/12/2010 7:05:44 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 19 replies · 546+ views
    Ottawa Citizen via Free Dominion ^ | April 12, 2010 | Don Butler
    In a case with implications for online privacy and free expression, a panel of Ottawa judges is considering whether websites named in libel actions should be required to identify people who post anonymous defamatory comments. Their decision could chill whistleblowers and others who use pseudonyms to post controversial comments, say civil libertarians. And, they maintain, if the judges support unmasking anonymous posters, that could erode their privacy by allowing others to piece together vast amounts of personal information. The case arises from a 2007 defamation suit filed by Ottawa lawyer Richard Warman, who is reviled by the far right for...
  • University of Calgary Staffer attempting to stop Coulter speech!

    03/25/2010 11:40:04 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 64 replies · 2,705+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | Today | Connie Fournier
    Commie thugs are after Ann Coulter again! An open letter to the University of Calgary regarding their staff member's plan to shut down the Ann Coulter speech:Dear University of Calgary I am writing to you about Jason Devine, who is an MA student at the University of Calgary. http://hist.ucalgary.ca/profiles/jason-corey-devine I emailed the University a few weeks ago because the Calgary Anti-Racist Action, a group that Jason Devine leads, was conducting a postering campaign against a young, female student on your campus, claiming that she was associated with the Aryan Guard. It turned out that the first round of posters resulted...
  • Canadian Provost threatens Ann Coulter

    03/21/2010 9:56:28 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 58 replies · 2,158+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | March 22, 2010 | Entropy Squared
    Ann Coulter is currently on a speaking tour in Canada. She will be speaking in Ottawa on Tuesday and a far leftist official from the University of Ottawa has sent her a notice of pre-emptive censorship. There may be fireworks in Ottawa to great Ann. Full text of letter to Ann Coulter: “Dear Ms. Coulter, I understand that you have been invited by University of Ottawa Campus Conservatives to speak at the University of Ottawa this coming Tuesday. We are, of course, always delighted to welcome speakers on our campus and hope that they will contribute positively to the meaningful...
  • Partial birth abortion ban a step closer in Canada

    01/30/2005 1:33:19 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 5 replies · 536+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | January 22, 2005 | Entropy Squared
    OTTAWA – A partial birth abortion ban moved a step closer to the CPC Policy Convention floor today at the Regional Policy in Ottawa today. A motion to completely ban the gruesome abortion procedure passed muster at the Kingston and the Islands policy meeting five days ago, with a decisive 23 to 4 majority. Author of the motion to ban partial birth abortions, Connie Wilkins, sat in on the Regional Meeting’s breakout sessions dealing with Issues of Conscience. While all other groups were granted four motions to be put forward for approval at the main Policy Convention in Montreal, the...
  • Free Dominion has been hacked - assistance requested

    01/18/2005 3:18:38 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 158 replies · 6,243+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | January 18, 2005 | Entropy Squared
    Free Dominion has been hackedassistance requested Free Republic's Canadian chapter has been hacked by a group of commie weenies calling themselves the Internet Liberation Front. Isn't that a sweet, inspiring name? So original too, I'll bet no one in the sixties were clever enough to call themselves a liberation front. They have replaced our site URL with a bunch of commie nonsense that can be viewed here. If anyone has the ability to give them a taste of their own medicine, payback will be a female dog. Of course we would never condone such an action, we would prefer to...
  • Supporters enjoy close encounter with president [Canadian FReepers]

    12/02/2004 8:30:22 AM PST · by Entropy Squared · 20 replies · 1,649+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | December 1, 2004 | Vito Pilieci
    Supporters enjoy close encounter with president While downtown streets were closed to pedestrians, school buses were cancelled in the name of security and protesters were kept out of the sight of George W. Bush, about 60 pro-Bush demonstrators were allowed to stand within metres of the U.S. president's motorcade as it left Ottawa Airport yesterday. Connie Wilkins, a member of a pro-United States website, www.FreeDominion.ca, and one of the organizers of the rally, said her group contacted RCMP when they heard Mr. Bush was coming. Ms. Wilkins said the group alerted RCMP they intended to be on the parkway, just...
  • President Bush's realtime response to the "5 fingered wave"

    11/30/2004 7:41:55 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 104 replies · 4,525+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | November 30, 2004 | Entropy Squared
    The "5 fingered wave" has now gone international. For all of you Free Dominioners, and other principled conservatives, who stood in the cold for over three hours to welcome American President Bush to Canada, here is your reward. Personally...I feel overpaid. President Bush's realtime response to the "5 fingered wave"
  • Protesters gear up for Bush

    11/25/2004 3:50:04 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 43 replies · 2,718+ views
    Globe and Mail/Canadian Press ^ | November 25, 2004 | Susan Bailey
    Protesters gear up for Bush Ottawa — Protesters are frantically organizing to yank the welcome mat out from under U.S. President George W. Bush when he arrives here Tuesday. Sporadic graffiti heralds what could be a nasty reception as he starts a two-day visit to Canada. The black scrawl spray painted across a walkway near Parliament Hill uses a familiar obscenity to tell Bush to stay away. A noon-hour rally Tuesday is expected to draw thousands of marchers anxious to vent their views on everything from the war in Iraq to plans for a U.S. anti-missile defence shield. Smaller events...
  • A Salute to the Americans

    11/24/2004 4:10:00 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 36 replies · 995+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | November 24, 2004 | Greg Benton
    Welcome to Canada, President Bush. Please click here. This was originally written by a Canadian, and has now been upgraded by another Canadian. (Audio begins after text messages.)
  • Free Republic's Canada chapter is under attack

    11/21/2004 9:11:23 AM PST · by Entropy Squared · 176 replies · 7,076+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | November 21, 2004 | Entropy Squared
    Entropy Squared & conniewFree Dominion November 21, 2004 Under attack President Bush is coming to Canada for a visit on November 30 and December 1. The MSM in Canada is going to paint it as a disaster of some type and many assorted Canadian leftists are planning on protesting his visit. Free Dominion is setting up welcoming demonstrations for President Bush to show him - and all Americans - that all Canadians are not Liberal weenies. Free Dominion has contacts in the U.S. Embassy, who know and trust us, and they are going to feed us information as to where...
  • Saddam's dead sperm

    07/22/2003 11:23:43 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 1 replies · 54+ views
    CTVNew | July 23, 2003 | Entropy Squared
    Canadian news is reporting Saddam's sperm is dead. Is there validity to this news story?
  • Canadian FReepers Launch G.I. Phone Home Project

    03/30/2003 4:40:37 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 14 replies · 267+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | March 30,2003 | Entropy Squared
    The Free Dominion G.I. Phone Home Project Nothing can reassure a soldier's loved ones--or more clearly remind our heroes why they fight--than a phone call home. You can show your support for the American fighting troops by donating to the Free Dominion G.I. Phone Home fund. Donations from individuals and businesses will be used to purchase long distance minutes and U.S. Central Command has offered to help in the distribution of the phone cards to the troops. We are currently looking for a telephone company willing to match the long distance minutes we are able to purchase, doubling the time...
  • Is Capitalism compatible with Democracy?

    02/02/2003 3:13:57 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 16 replies · 1,162+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | February 2, 2003 | Jason Kauppinen
    Is Capitalism compatible with Democracy? In order to address the issue of capitalism’s compatibility with democracy from the viewpoint of the classical liberal and Marxist perspectives the democratic ideals of both positions must be defined. The classical liberal tradition argues that capitalism is a system of ownership that is an extension of natural rights. Within this tradition, the democratic form of government is seen as the means to defend the natural rights of the individual. Socialists assert that capitalism is inimical to democracy. This assertion is based upon the Theory of Surplus value. After outlining both positions I will explain...
  • East rallies to support jailed farmers (Canada Chapter FReep)

    11/13/2002 9:14:20 AM PST · by Entropy Squared · 27 replies · 371+ views
    The Calgary Herald ^ | November 13, 2002 | Linda Slobodian
    Wednesday » November 13 » 2002 East rallies to support jailed farmers Linda Slobodian The Calgary Herald Wednesday, November 13, 2002 Eastern Canadians are rising to the defence of western farmers being jailed for selling their own wheat, says the organizer of a protest rally to be held on Parliament Hill next Monday. "Support is snowballing. We think there's the potential for there to be thousands of people there," said Connie Wilkins of Kingston, Ont. The rally, nicknamed Storm the Bastille, is being organized through Free Dominion, a Web site Wilkins operates at www.freedominion.ca. It offers a forum to discuss...
  • The Eve of Destruction - 9/10/2002

    09/10/2002 5:26:14 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 13 replies · 3,444+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | September 11, 2002 | Entropy Squared
    Today is September, 10, 2002 - The Eve of Destruction Look at these pictures and try to tell me we are not at war. World War III started on September 11, 2001 as surely as World War II started with the bombing of Pearl Harbor. What you are seeing in these pictures is a sneak attack by enemies who want to destroy the freedom and liberty we enjoy, as surely as the Japanese wanted to destroy us and as surely as the Nazis wanted to destroy us.We are at war, folks. We didn’t start it, but we will finish it....
  • Open letter to U.S. President

    09/09/2002 4:03:44 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 25 replies · 301+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | September 9, 2002 | Three authors
    The following is an open letter sent to the President of the United States. This was a joint effort amongst the three signatories. It was our desire to let our American cousins know that our Prime Minister's stance on Iraq does not reflect that of all Canadians. There are many of us up here who support the United States in the War on Terrorism, and are willing to state so without reservation. Open letter to US President The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 September 9, 2002 Dear Mr. President, As the eve of the anniversary of...
  • The Picture In My Classroom

    09/02/2002 1:10:03 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 47 replies · 172+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | September 9, 2002 | Blackadar
    The Picture In My Classroom Tomorrow a new school year starts. When my students come into my classroom and are seated, they will see at the front of the class a beautiful water colour rendition of the 3 NY firefighters hoisting the Stars and Stripes over a smoldering WTC. I hope it generates some discussion because I have made up my mind that I am not going to hold back. By the way, there is also a Canadian flag for my front desk, something that is missing out of too many classrooms today.
  • Las Vegas - Free Dominion's Excellent Adventure

    08/23/2002 10:51:07 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 42 replies · 761+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | August 23, 2002 | Entropy Squared
    Las Vegas - Free Dominion's Excellent Adventure Conniew and I have recently returned from the Free Republic Convention in Las Vegas. We were warmly received and we had the honor of meeting Jim Robinson, the man who created the Free Republic model we used to design Free Dominion. Free Dominion was recognized twice during the convention. First at the beginning when ‘diotima’ said from the microphone, “This convention is misnamed, it should be the International Convention since Free Dominion is present.” This resulted in a round of applause. The second time was during a big screen presentation of all the...
  • It Takes a Village

    07/06/2002 11:35:01 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 11 replies · 319+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | June 24, 2002 | Entropy Squared
    A generation of potential suicide bombers is not created in a vacuum and brainwashing individuals to the point where they become willing to commit murder/suicide for any reason is no small feat. Any cult leader worth his salt knows the value of isolating ‘recruits’ from their previous lives and support systems. The point of cult communal living is removing new recruits from external reality so the singular reality of the cult can be imposed without competition. Our western world leaders can’t seem to tell us often enough that we are not at war with Islam. Islam says otherwise. A...
  • G8 Summit Update, Riots, Solidarity Village and Target Practice, Ewoks and Freeping

    05/25/2002 3:55:39 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 7 replies · 209+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | May 25, 2002 | Joe_Clark_Rocks
    Well, it looks like there isn't going to be a Free Dominion "Riot Cam" unfortuntely my office is well inside the security perimeter in downtown Calgary, What remains unclear is where the rioters are going to be staying, the city of Calgary has refused to let these characters setup "Solidarity Village" as they call it in any city park. The rioters want to setup a tent city in the Millenium Park, Princess Island park or Reily Park. The province has banned them from camp grounds or provincial parks, and the federal government has pretty much said if they go anywhere...
  • World War III: The Culture War

    09/25/2001 5:58:22 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 14 replies · 453+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | September 25, 2001 | self
    World War III: The Culture WarBy traditional definition, the terrorist attacks on the WTC and the Pentagon were the opening shots in a world war. The adversaries are global in scale and the battle will be fought in many nations.The bone-headed statements coming out of many public figures, and from many of our political leaders, such as Hedy Fry’s plan to win the war through diversity, shows many Canadians have not accepted the reality we are at war and what this war may entail.The roaring silence concerning military affairs coming out of Washington and other national capitals as they ...
  • Grazing in the Land of Correct: The Early Years

    07/09/2001 2:07:48 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 124+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | July 8, 2001 | self
    Free DominionJuly 8, 2001Grazing in the Land of CorrectThe Early Years Most of you youngsters can’t remember, and probably more than one of you will find it hard to believe, but things weren’t always peaceful-like, here in the Land of Correct, as they are today. Now, now...I see some of you rolling your eyes at the thought of another old geezer’s stories of the Era of Chaos that continued early into the millennium, but ended before you were born, yet these stories are necessary for all of you to understand how lucky you are to have so many decisions made ...
  • Price Cap in Hand - The Davis Dilemma

    06/09/2001 3:43:47 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 11+ views
    Free Republic ^ | June 9, 2001 | self
    California Governor Gray Davis wants President George W. Bush to impose federal wholesale electricity price caps to help California weather the high energy prices and electricity blackouts coming to California this summer. Why does Gov. Davis want the president to do this? Gov. Davis never passes up a chance to demand federally imposed price caps. He puts the weight of the California political machine behind his demands, has a compliant media at his disposal and has recruited some of the federal Democrats to his cause. Yet he could have price caps with nothing more than a statement of the maximum ...
  • Sweating profusely in the dark...

    04/17/2001 7:33:23 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 396+ views
    Free Republic ^ | April 17, 2001 | Self
    Summer approaches California carrying a large dose of unwelcome reality. The state’s ruling Democrats have warned of the inevitability of rolling blackouts and have described these blackouts as the worst case scenario. Rolling blackouts are more likely a best case scenario since the California Democrats have taken every opportunity at their disposal to make the electricity shortage worse. If California manages to limit their problem to rolling blackouts it will be a matter of sheer luck rather than anything resembling competent management. Although Californians have been forewarned of the blackouts to come it seems likely that many are completely unprepared ...
  • The bogus war against globalization

    04/01/2001 2:22:45 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 7+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | April 1, 2001 | self
    The bogus war against globalization No self-important-feeling fringe group of the lunatic left would be caught dead without protestors outside of the upcoming Summit of the Americas in Quebec City. As can be expected, all their organizing, protesting and rioting will have no bearing whatsoever on what actually goes on inside the summit meeting and very few people will pay attention to their competing clamour as they rail against their bogeyman of the day - globalization. All the usual suspects will be in attendance; unionists, Marxists, environmentalists, animal rights nuts, and assorted and sundry other single-issue groups. The only things ...
  • Let's laugh at California

    03/27/2001 3:23:18 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 594+ views
    Free Dominion ^ | March 27, 2001 | self
    Let’s laugh at CaliforniaThey deserve it Some people never learn Every once in a while socialism supplies the world with a particularly stark example of its guarantee of failure. These easily predicted examples of socialism’s failures come in many sizes and shapes. The collapse of the Soviet Union was the world’s most spectacular failure of Marxism and it should have put the debate permanently to rest but it seems there will always be those who are determined to repeat history’s mistakes. On a smaller scale we have the economic laboratory experiments of the provincial governments of Alberta and British Columbia ...
  • Al Gore can't concede - ever.

    12/05/2000 9:06:20 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 114+ views
    Free Republic | December 5, 2000 | self
    For Al Gore the legal machinations and maneuvers in Florida are about much more than the American presidency. If Al Gore fails to win the presidency, fairly or foully, he cannot go on to another life or into a peaceful retirement. From Al Gore’s point of view losing truly is not a viable option.. Accountability for the past eight years rests on Al Gore’s shoulders. Bill Clinton and his minions have operated with the full expectation of having a Gore presidency and continued control of the Justice Department. At the very worst, Gore could trade in his hopes for re-election ...
  • The CNN Grimness Gauge

    11/22/2000 2:47:50 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 129+ views
    self | Nov. 22, 2000 | self
    The best way to determine the mood in the Gore campaign is by observing the facial expressions on the faces of CNN's staff. Last night, when CNN announced that Florida had been given the OK to keep counting until Gore wins, the CNN staff could not keep the grins off their faces. They completely believed their candidate would win and began drivelling about the country uniting behind Gore. They seemed to believe the Republicans would pack up their tents and go home. Then CNN's lurkers at FreeRepublic must have started to report in. As word filtered in to the talking ...
  • Will CNN, ABC, CBS or NBC show Cheney's singers?

    10/05/2000 7:56:43 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 111+ views
    October 5, 2000 | self
    Referring to Cheney's past eight years in the private sector, Lieberman asked, "Are you better off than you were eight years ago?" Cheney responded, "Yes, and the government had nothing to do with it." Lieberman struck back with (bad paraphrasing here), "My wife is probably listening to this and thinking I should be in the private sector", clearly implying he believed he'd be financially better off there. Cheney turned this back on him with (paraphrasing), "I'm here to help you get there, Joe."It was the funniest moment of the debate and had the entire audience engaged. Had the situation been ...
  • History turns in Serbia

    10/05/2000 11:29:40 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 9+ views
    October 5, 2000 | self
    CNN and others are reporting Serbian army will not get involved in the action on the streets. Serbian power may be about to shift.
  • The Solution to Political Correctness: Higher Education at Cyberspace U.

    09/23/2000 8:59:41 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 8+ views
    LewRockwell.com ^ | Sept. 23, 2000 | Steve Yates
    The Solution to Political Correctness: Higher Education at Cyberspace U. Steven Yates The effects of ten years of political correctness on higher education are now obvious. We have gone from mere reverse discrimination to an environment in which "conservative" student columnists critical of leftist shibboleths (radical feminism, open homosexuality) are being tossed from campus newspapers in record numbers, and faculty are being pilloried for saying anything radical groups find "offensive." In this environment, would-be faculty members who are do not endorse the ideologies of postmodernism, radical feminism, the homosexual agenda, and "diversity" engineering are unable to be considered for appointments ...
  • That Does Not Compute (Humor)

    08/29/2000 5:39:24 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 8+ views
    Anonymous | August 29, 2000 | Anonymous
    That Does Not Compute Remember When... A computer was something on T.V. from a science fiction show of note A window was something you hated to clean And ram was the cousin of a goat Meg was the name of my girlfriend and gig was a job for the nights Now they all mean different things and that really mega bytes An application was for employment A program was a T.V. show A cursor used profanity A keyboard was a piano Memory was something that you lost with age A CD was a bank account And if you had a ...
  • The Digital Vice Presidncy

    07/20/2000 10:15:53 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 7+ views
    The Event Horizon | July 20, 2000 | Entropy Squared
    Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Any and all resemblence to people or places, real or imagined...yada, yada...purely coincidental...yada,yada...not my fault. Any technical impossibilities, logical inconsistencies, send-ups, spin-offs, take-offs, rip-offs or flat out acts of plagarism are completely and entirely the fault of someone else. --Entropy Squared - Copyright July 20, 2000 A View From The Event Horizon Our Ethics Are Presidential - We Cross The LineJuly 20, 2000 Feature Story - Part 0ne The Digital Vice Presidency An Odd Coincidence The Event Horizonbegan this investigation after a staff reporter found two captions attached to two photographs - posted ...
  • WorldNetDaily Pick a Veep Poll

    07/05/2000 11:27:48 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 7+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | July 6, 2000
    Alan Keyes leads with 75% Votes cast: 4

    07/05/2000 7:39:49 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 512+ views
    Unknown | JULY 5, 2000 | UNKNOWN
    HOW TO IMPRESS A WOMAN Wine her and dine her. Listen to her. Laugh with her. Buy her flowers. Go shopping with her. Tell her you love her. Tell her she is beautiful. Buy her cards. Read poetry to her. Take her on a cruise. Console her when she is down. Rejoice with her when she is up. Climb the highest mountain. Swim the deepest sea. Go to the end of the earth and back for her HOW TO IMPRESS A MAN Arrive naked. Bring beer.

    06/13/2000 9:25:57 PM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 1,471+ views
    email | June 13, 2000 | unknown
    Hey, Guys. Rec'd the following from a friend, and am passing it along because it's so very loaded with nuggets of wisdom (and lotsa laughs). But I address it only to the MEN at your end. Such volatile material mustn't be placed lightly in the hands of the womenfolk, and I leave it to your discretion whether your own personal inter-gender relationships can weather its release to the house population at large. It's like the force: you must wield it judiciously! Be careful out there. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TO WOMEN EVERYWHERE FROM A MAN WHO'S HAD ENOUGH . If you think ...
  • Happy Mothers' Day (vanity)

    05/14/2000 8:07:50 AM PDT · by Entropy Squared · 6+ views
    May 14, 2000 | E. Squared's daughter
    Dear Mommy, On this Mother’s Day I am one year, eight months, and two weeks old. Out of all the possible mommies in the world - I am so glad God gave me to you. Thank you for the countless times you stopped to change my diaper because my comfort was always more important than whatever you were doing at the time. Thank you for the trips to the drug store to get ointments for my diaper rash and for applying them until my bottom was healed. Thank you for all the trips to the store to pick up the ...
  • WND POLL - Sould Clinton be impeached, again, over the email scandal?

    04/01/2000 3:22:24 PM PST · by Entropy Squared · 11+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | April 1, 2000
    There is a new impeachment poll at WorldNetDaily. Multiple voting is not permitted. Please remember to return and bump thread so others may participate. So far 99.71% say yes.