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Why Is PM Stephen Harper Giving An Imam Another $218 Million?

Imam Aga Khan is a wonderfully charming man however at the risk of being irreverent toward Ottawa's inculcation we must inquire as to why Canadian taxpayers are donating staggering amounts of money to a spiritual leader committed to advancing Islam and defending his religion.

Canada rolled out the red carpet for Imam Aga Khan yesterday with honours usually reserved for heads of state.  In addition Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the "Creation of a Strategic Partnership".  According to the PMO's release Canada has donated  $380 million over 30 years to the Imam's fund plus a current commitment of $218 million.  

The Imam correctly pointed out that he this is "the first time in 75 years that a spiritual leader has addressed the Senate and the House of Commons together as part of an official visit."

Why so much money to a billionaire Islamic preacher?

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CSEC exoneration a 'mockery of public accountability'

A federal watchdog is attracting howls of protest from some privacy and internet experts after absolving Canada's electronic spy agency of using data from a Canadian airport internet service to track thousands of passengers for days after they left the terminal.

The oversight body that monitors the super-secretive Communications Security Establishment Canada has concluded that the agency was not involved in "tracking of Canadians or persons in Canada."

Instead, the oversight body says the spy agency was simply collecting so-called metadata in an exercise "to understand global communications networks."

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Inside Canada's top-secret billion-dollar spy palace.

While the Harper government is preaching government austerity, it is spending almost $1.2 billion on a new Ottawa headquarters for a little-known military spy agency.

It's the most expensive Canadian government building ever constructed.

Under tight security, CBC obtained an exclusive tour of the top secret complex that most Canadians will otherwise never get to see, a development even National Defence apparently thinks is so grandiose that the department dubbed the project "Camelot" in official documents.

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Tough Sentencing for Child Predators - Maybe The Most Important Legal Development in our Lifetime

The sexual revolution has placed our children in danger.   According to the Badgeley Report, a federal government study of cross-Canada child sex abuse,  “At some time during their lives, about one in two females and one in three males have been victims of one or more unwanted sexual acts,”.  Child abuse is now at epidemic proportions partly due to the eradication of serious penalties for child sex predators.  Finally, Canada has a government with a resolve to pass tough laws with serious penalties to protect children.  This may be the most important legal development of our lifetime when you consider the damage caused by sex abuse to almost every family in the nation.

Until the 1980's, the Criminal Code of Canada had the death penalty on the books for child rapists. Sentencing laws were gutted and the minimum sentence for raping a child went down to two weeks in prison.  Since then, many serious offenders have been given a light slap on the wrist, only to quickly re-offend raping more and more children.

...Tough Sentencing for Child Predators - Maybe The Most Important Legal Development in our Lifetime

"Theoretical Pedophile" James Kincaid to speak at OISE Symposium

An open letter to The Honourable Chris Alexander, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Dear Honourable Minister:

On behalf of the 125,000 members of the Institute for Canadian Values and Canada Family Action, we request that the Minister refuse admission of Dr. James Kincaid to Canada for a lecture on October 19th, 2013 in Toronto.

Dr. Kincaid is a well-known advocate for pedophilia, a criminal activity in Canada. He has authored several books on the topic including Child Loving in which he states "If the child is desirable, then to desire it can hardly be freakish. To maintain otherwise is to put into operation pretty hefty engines of denial and self-deception."

..."Theoretical Pedophile" James Kincaid to speak at OISE Symposium