*One Person, One Vote
- From The National Post: … In particular, were reform to come in the shape of a ranked ballot (instead of marking an X, you’d rank the candidates, 1, 2, 3 …) the Liberals could, as the columnist Tasha Kheiriddin has written, “more easily elect back-to-back majority governments — possibly forever.”
I don’t know about you, but there is no way I could rank the Liberals or NDP even 2 or 3 on a ballot. If I have to rank candidates in order of preference… I never even slightly prefer Liberals or the NDP.
If there’s going to be electoral reform in Canada… I want a say.
*I Feel Safe
Top DHS Screening Official Unable To Provide Stats On Refugees
I’d like to know how many “refugees” Canada will be permitted into the country that are able to carry a weapon.
They aren’t all going to be cute kids the PM gives a warm coat.
- Two in every 100 Syrian refugees entering Europe are ISIS supporters, Lebanese Education Minister Elias Bousaab warns British Prime Minister David Cameron. National security concerns regarding the migrants have surfaced in the United States, as President Obama considers allowing at least 10,000 such refugees onto American soil.
- The Lebanese education minister met with Cameron yesterday and discussed the ongoing Syrian migrants issue. Bousaab said that ISIS is sending trained jihadists on “under cover” missions to plan attacks in the West, the Daily Mail reports. Great Britain has agreed to allow 20,000 Syrian refugees into the country. If the estimates by Bousaab are accurate, up to 400 of the individuals could be radicalized members of the Islamic State.
Canada may be bringing 50,000 in. You do the math.
If Clinton wins the presidency, it will be the first time a candidate will be elected with serious health issues. I don’t think she’s well at all.
*Someone Order The Caviar
For anyone wondering, UN's freeloading poobahs will meet to save world next year in Marrakech, Morocco at COP22, Nov. 8 to 17. That is all.
— Lorrie Goldstein (@sunlorrie) December 12, 2015
Frank Sinatra…born on this day in 1915.
Today on Deep Cuts and Lost Classics… Christmas instrumental.