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Canadian Leader Chrystia Freeland’s Nazi Links

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has dismissed Canadian protesters and those who support them as a fringe group of Nazi and racist sympathizers. That included Melissa Lantsman, the first Jewish member of Canada’s Conservative Party and a descendant of Holocaust survivors.

If Trudeau is genuinely concerned about those who sympathize with swastikas and are looking to undermine Democracy, he should consider looking on his side of Parliament.

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Rochelle Walensky’s Lies and Deceptions

The CDC’s longtime fear was developing “a bankruptcy of trust” that would render it impossible for the government to implement critical health policies. Donald Trump, Andrew Cuomo, and others struck the first credibility blow when they refused to follow carefully crafted CDC guidelines on how best to communicate with the public. The Biden Administration finished the job.

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KRABI, THAILAND - MARCH 08, 2018: Closeup of Elon Musk Twitter Profile and Picture

Elon Musk’s Two Faces

In China, Elon Musk is a poster boy for government respect and acquiescence. He’s shown nothing but disdain and disrespect for U.S. regulatory agencies and leaders, and now Musk is claiming victim status.

According to California’s Fair Employment Commission, the real victims are Black employees working in Tesla’s factory.

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The Dangerous Arrogance of Justin Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is deserving of sympathy. He inherited the arrogance of his father, former PM Pierre Elliott Trudeau, but not his father’s intellect. Arrogance without intellect is dangerous for someone in a position of considerable power and authority.

The entire world is witnessing just how dangerous.

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Philip Bump and His Ailing Washington Post

If the Washington Post wasn’t a ward of billionaire Jeff Bezos, its future would be far from assured. National correspondent Philip Bump is Exhibit A as to what ails the publication.

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On (Not) Buying a Gun

When I awoke a week ago this past Saturday, I was among the most rabid supporters of gun control laws, a reflection of my Canadian roots where I grew up believing that only police officers should carry guns and that I could rely on them to protect me. Less than 24 hours later, I planned on buying a gun and supported the rights of Americans to bear arms.

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When Private Equity Goes Organic

I developed a severe tummy ache upon discovering that Erewhon, my overpriced organic food emporium I mistakenly believed was 100 percent owned by a local couple, is backed by a New York private equity firm. Adding insult to injury, the CEO of the PE firm was accused by more than 300 neighbors of trying to build a McMansion on an environmentally fragile lake in Southampton.

My indigestion worsened upon discovering that private equity is heavily involved in the organic food industry, including the supply chain.

Public good rarely results from private equity involvement.

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