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01-16-2017, 12:45 PM
What To Do When Your Doctor Asks About Your Guns

Have you had the experience of going to your doctor for a particular problem, let’s say headaches, and been surprised by the doctor asking you about a completely unrelated subject – whether you have a gun in your home?

It’s no accident that doctors’ or health plans’ questions about guns in your home have become routine. In the 1980s and 1990s medical professional organizations declared a culture war on gun ownership in America. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) developed an official policy (2012 version here) urging pediatricians to probe their young patients’ parents about guns in their homes

Read more: http://www.ammoland.com/2015/06/what-to-do-when-your-doctor-asks-about-your-guns/#ixzz4VwyAx97N

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The Carbon Tax Scam – A Tax on Breathing

After what one Australian columnist calls “…the dirtiest and most dishonest campaign ever waged before the Australian public” with millions of dollars spent on media ads to convince the uneducated population that man made global warming was a fact, even though overwhelming evidence contradicts the governments claims. The Australia’s House of Representatives then voted on October 12 2011, 74 to 72, to levy a tax on carbon pollution.


Canada’s carbon pricing is a fraud

Since the Paris climate agreement is a fraud, it’s only fitting that the looming carbon pricing schemes of Canada’s federal and provincial governments are fraudulent as well.

The reason they are fraudulent is that, with the exception of B.C.’s carbon tax, none are revenue neutral.

Any carbon pricing scheme that is not revenue neutral does not have as its primary purpose lowering greenhouse gas emissions linked to climate change.

Rather, it’s a cash grab by financially incompetent governments.


Polytechnique shooter was a Muslim

Born Gamil Rodrigue Liass Gharbi
Lépine was born in Montreal, the son of a Canadian nurse and an Algerian businessman. His father was abusive and contemptuous of women. After his parents separated when he was seven, his mother returned to nursing to support her children. Lépine and his younger sister lived with other families, seeing their mother on weekends. Lépine was considered bright but withdrawn and having difficulties with peer and family relationships. He changed his name to Marc Lépine at the age of 14 giving as the reason his hatred of his father. Lépine's application to the Canadian Forces was rejected, and in 1982 he began a science program at a college, switching to a more technical program after one year. In 1986, he dropped out of the course in his final term, and was subsequently fired from his job at a hospital due to his poor attitude. He began a computer programming course in 1988, and again abandoned it before completion. Lépine twice applied for admission to the École Polytechnique, but lacked two required compulsory courses.


01-16-2017, 03:58 PM
Love that cartoon on the right side.