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It’s remarkable how much Christians expect from non-Christians!

Published on November 15, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – November 15, 2012

Focus on the Family head, Jim Daly, seems to be a really nice guy, but the interests of the Church and society are not advanced by naivity. Note the story below with Mr. Daly’s comments, followed by our analysis.

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Focus on the Family Community – November 12, 2012
NYC Mayor Bans Food Donations?
Posted by Jim Daly

Is government school fundraising an act of treason?

Published on June 28, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – June 26, 2012
Is fundraising an act of treason?

One of the few ways in which people today can contribute directly to their children’s government schooling, which is to say, exercise direct personal responsibility in the system, is to participate in school fundraisers.

The king and the King

Published on November 24, 2010 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance Report – November 24, 2010
God’s law in brief

First Timothy, chapter 2 provides us with a good reminder of the correct positioning between God and the king, between the Messianic Ruler of heaven and earth and the civil magistrate.

It’s a simple lesson, and it’s not explicit, but it’s there.

McGuinty’s socialist religion brings Ontario to its knees

Published on November 18, 2010 By SiteEditor

Financial Post – Nov. 16, 2010
Laggard Ontario
By Livio Di Matteo

The Ontario government will be tabling its fall economic statement in the legislature on Thursday. Premier Dalton McGuinty, who has been seemingly unaware of the impact of his energy and economic policies on the province’s economy, would do well to take heed from the danger signs provided by another update – the recent Statistics Canada update to provincial GDP numbers.

Massive dependency of eastern provinces at other taxpayers’ expense

Published on November 17, 2010 By SiteEditor

National Post – Nov. 15, 2010
Bureaucracies ‘stealth’ subsidize have-not provinces: study
By Kathryn Blaze Carlson

21st Century America’s zealous commitment to entrepreneurism

Published on November 15, 2010 By SiteEditor

“Throw the bums out”

Published on November 15, 2010 By SiteEditor

Ottawa Sun – November 12, 2010
Too cosy by far: Time to get rid of old, stale, comfortable MPs of all stripes
By Brian Lilley, QMI Agency

We need to throw the bums out. I’m not talking political parties or leaders at this point, but the actual bums filling the seats in the House of Commons. Some of them have been there just way too long.

MRI services blur lines on for-profit health care

Published on November 8, 2010 By SiteEditor

National Post – November 5, 2010
MRI services blur lines on for-profit health care
By Tom Blackwell

3rd-world McGuinty wing at overcrowded Mississauga hospital

Published on November 8, 2010 By SiteEditor

The Ottawa Citizen – November 4, 2010
Emergency room moved to parking lot at Ontario hospital
By Lee Greenberg

TORONTO — An overcrowded Ontario hospital has moved some of its overflow emergency room operations to an unlikely location — the parking lot. The Credit Valley hospital, in suburban Mississauga, said it renovated an ambulance bay to accommodate “spikes” in demand like those that happened during the H1N1 pandemic in 2009. The renovations include “heating and other necessary utilities for patient care,” according to an email from Krista Finlay, a hospital spokeswoman.

Dalton McGuinty – A walking economic disaster

Published on October 26, 2010 By SiteEditor

October 25, 2010
Ontario Premier named worst fiscal manager
The Fraser Institute has named BC Premier Gordon Campbell as Canada’s most astute fiscal manager at the provincial level. Ontario Premier Dalton Mcguinty was rated shockingly low.
By CanadianManufacturing.com Staff

VANCOUVER: British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell ranks as the best of 10 provincial premiers at fiscal policy management, according to a new study released by the Fraser Institute.