September 22, 2016

How firearms owners can defeat Trudeau’s new gun control plans

Faith GoldyRebel Host
 

Tonight, I bring a message from the social conservative camp to firearms owners. With Trudeau's Liberals signalling new gun control measures, Canada's law abiding firearms owners must zero in on key battles so not to lose the whole war.

PLUS: For many, state-run healthcare means wait lists, limited treatment options, inadequate care, and over-burdened medical staff. But now, a charter challenge emerging from Canada’s left coast might see the system changed forever to include the option of private medical care. 

Executive Director of the Canadian Constitutional Foundation Howard Anglin joins me on why the allowing private healthcare will be a good news story for all Canadians.

Then, Gavin McInnes joins me with the latest from the ground in New York following that city's most recent Islamist terror attack:

Why does the Left insist on regurgitating the same old script when American lives are on the line?

And we've got your weekly Quote of Honour!

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commented 2016-09-25 23:18:09 -0400
Leviticus, we can call it the Via Alberta or something like that. I’m not great with Latin. It worked to rid the Baltics of the Soviet communists. What wouldn’t it work to rid us of the Alberta communists?

So you’re in! Great that makes 2 of us. Who else will make the effort instead of just whining on a website?
commented 2016-09-25 15:28:03 -0400
If you guys want more info its bill S-223 and its in its second reading .You can find it on the government web site where they pass bills .Now I think it has to do with junior wanting to aligning himself with the UN and he will do anything even putting our troops at risk for peacekeeping.
If you read the following United Nations Development Programme (Preventing illegal flow of guns is the key to reducing poverty ) and (UNDP praises countries for sighing ARMS Trade Treaty ) I ,I think that that is why
Prime minister Harper did not sign into this corrupt UN agenda .
commented 2016-09-25 14:36:30 -0400
Al peterson & Andy said..
“Hey, Andy, you’re on to something.
Remember the Via Baltica? The human chain of protesters from Tallin to Riga to Vilnius? How about a human chain from Edmonton to Red Deer to Calgary? That would get justins andNotley’s attention. It would go viral all over the world just as it did in the Baltics. The upside wold be to humiliate these left wing scum. People could come from other provinces to show support. I would come. If you build it they will come.”

I am so in..!!!!!!!
commented 2016-09-25 12:12:59 -0400
The plans are falling into place. Appoint a person who lied about their origin of country to “reform” the electoral system and then deny Canadians’ of any ability to arm themselves against the coming Liebrano dictatorship. Hitler would be proud!
commented 2016-09-25 00:02:24 -0400
AL PETERSON said.
.“An armed society is a polite society.”
This is an absolute universal truth..!!!
commented 2016-09-24 20:38:06 -0400
And so, Andrew, the US murder rate would be much lower if you removed all the gun free cities like Chicago, LA, Detroit, DC, Miami. All of which have been hotbeds of Democratic rule for decades. The areas with guns are lower in crime rate. Minneapolis has bad areas, too.

But as always, you lefties let emotion lead while reason follows if it ever does.

An armed society is a polite society.
commented 2016-09-24 17:40:57 -0400
Andrew would fill his pants if he were ever given a rifle to fire. He doesn’t understand firearms or their legitimate uses so he chooses to condemn them with his liberal rhetoric. He’s incorrigible…
commented 2016-09-24 16:46:33 -0400
Hey, where’s Andrews? I thought he’d be happy to show us those improved “numbers” from Manitoba without the influence of North End Indian gangs. Lemme guess Andrews, “Aboriginal gangs in the North End” was just your version of Hillary’s “pneumonia.”
commented 2016-09-24 15:35:06 -0400
For New Hampshire, live free or die appears to be a catchy motto AND statistically accurate.
commented 2016-09-24 15:28:21 -0400
New Hampshire with less restrictive gun control laws than Rhode Island (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_laws_in_New_Hampshire) has a firearms assault rate of 15.14 /100k (https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2011/jan/10/gun-crime-us-state#data).

Rhode Island with more restrictive gun control laws than New Hampshire (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_laws_in_Rhode_Island) has a firearms assault rate of 17.86 /100k (https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2011/jan/10/gun-crime-us-state#data).
commented 2016-09-24 13:22:32 -0400
Andrews : Jurisdictions with less restrictive gun control have higher crime rates. They have higher crime rates because they have less restrictive gun control.

Rebel commenters : No they don’t. Less restrictive gun control jurisdictions like North Dakota and Minnesota have lower crime rates than more restrictive gun control jurisdictions like Rhode Island and Manitoba.

Andrews : Jurisdictions with less restrictive gun control have higher crime rates. They just look good compared to more restrictive gun control jurisdictions because they don’t have bad neighbourhoods.

Make up your mind Andrews. Is it the gun control that determines crime rate or the presence of bad neighbourhoods?
commented 2016-09-24 13:02:06 -0400
“Is that the guns, or the Aboriginal gangs in the North End? They don’t generally have firearms, and if you remove that single bad neighbourhood from the numbers, Manitoba’s numbers are far better "

Prove it Andrews.
commented 2016-09-24 12:37:54 -0400
“Manitoba has the full complement of BS, do nothing gun harassment laws. We have a murder rate of 4.2 per 100,000. "

Is that the guns, or the Aboriginal gangs in the North End? They don’t generally have firearms, and if you remove that single bad neighbourhood from the numbers, Manitoba’s numbers are far better (same reason Saskatchewan’s crime rate is so high). Nor do I think that letting them have guns would improve the situation.

There’s so much petty crime in Winnipeg, and I hate to imagine what it would be like if they had guns. Having your car rummaged through is a nuisance. Getting shot is not.
commented 2016-09-24 09:07:26 -0400
Do not let this issue go away… Hold them to task… Keep your fire arms and do not vote Liberal again
commented 2016-09-24 01:45:28 -0400
Andrew, me lad, you are full of kaka.
Do you think we will just accept your statements with no checking up on them? Of course most of us have been doing this for years so we already know the facts and know that you are lying.

I compared my province of Manitoba with our two neighbouring states: North Dakota and Minnesota. Similar in demographics, culture geography, etc.

Manitoba has the full complement of BS, do nothing gun harassment laws. We have a murder rate of 4.2 per 100,000.

North Dakota has 40,000 concealed carry permits, has legal machine gun ownership and fairly lax gun laws all around. Murder rate there is about 2.6.

Minnesota has 600,000, yes, six hundred thousand (!) concealed carry permits and pretty similar laws to ND. Their murder rate is 1.6 per 100,000.

So stop with your infantile BS. I suggest you listen to John Robson’s latest clip on the Battle of Salamis for the reason why you lefties are so brain dead. It won’t be on the surface of what he says but I wrote a little application of it for lying lefties like you.Enjoy.
commented 2016-09-24 00:36:37 -0400
Andrew Stephenson your stats are BS and sorry but crime is a problem. Try going outside once in a while.
commented 2016-09-23 20:18:16 -0400
No good BBQ shooting law abiding hunters, farmers and target shooters.
commented 2016-09-23 20:10:05 -0400
" firearms assautl rate is only 18/100k, vs Tenn’s 138."

Uuuuum yeah. Keep working on your “PhD” Andrews. We believe in you buddy.
commented 2016-09-23 20:06:02 -0400
Thanks to Andrews Stephenson for his accurate scientific analysis… oh wait:

Republican governor electing North Dakota with less restrictive gun control laws than Rhode Island (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_laws_in_North_Dakota) has a firearms assault rate of 4.79/100k (https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2011/jan/10/gun-crime-us-state#data).

Democrat governor electing Rhode Island with more restrictive gun control laws than North Dakota (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_laws_in_Rhode_Island) has a firearms assault rate of 17.86/100k (https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2011/jan/10/gun-crime-us-state#data).

They just don’t make consensual incest supporting (http://www.therebel.media/_cpc16_mp_brad_trost_called_bigot_at_debate_about_conservative_party_s_definition_of_marriage?page=1) alleged PhD candidates like they used to eh Andrews?
commented 2016-09-23 11:48:41 -0400
Andrew Stephenson mind your own fucking business. A lot of us have been involved with firearms for a long time. Probably before you were a stain on your mother’s bedsheets. We take firearms ownership extremely seriously and the Liberal’s legislation will have very tangible effects on us. If you have never had anything to do with firearms and have never taken the time to understand the issues then do us all a favor go annoy someone else. You are and will ever remain a worthless trouble making pest…
commented 2016-09-23 11:17:26 -0400
does not matter what the liberals decide to pass. If someone is breaking into my house it is a direct threat to my family and I will very likely shoot them, whether or not it is fatal depends on how the criminal reacts when confronted. The last thing on my mind will be what will the liberals think or better yet I cannot shoot this intruder because it is against the law. I live in a rural area and cidiots just don’t get that the cops can be an hour away, most will never understand as there comments are LET THE POLICE HANDLE IT. Well they will not show up on time so it is up to people in rural areas to look after themselves. Always been that way always will be that way. To all the liberals out there I DO NOT INFRINGE ON YOUR RIGHT TO BE A HELPLESS VICTIM YOU CAN BE ONE IF YOU CHOOSE TO BE. DO NOT EVER THINK YOU WILL INFIRNGE ON MY RIGHTS TO NOT BE A GOOD LITTLE LIBERAL VICTIM. I WILL NEVER EVER BUY THE LIES OR THE BS YOU SPIN ON GUN CONTROL IT IS MY RIGHT TO DEFEND MYSELF AND NOTHING YOU CAN DO OR SAY WILL EVER CHANGE THAT. INCLUDING MORE USELESS LIBERAL GUN LAWS.
commented 2016-09-23 11:06:15 -0400
Andrew Stevenson said
“If you’re not in a gang and deliberately seeking trouble, you’re far more likely to accidentally shoot yourself than some criminal”

This is an interesting quote from Andrew… he acknowledges that bad guys have guns and and will use them, but doesn’t think that he will use or need one if he needed to defend his life or property in a lethal confrontation such as armed home invasion buy a bad guy or a gangster.
and lastly he believes that people who own guns accidentally shoot themselves because they’re all negligent or incompetent and because they own guns….
I must comment on this because it needs commenting on… The gun owners that I know are some of the quickest thinkers I have ever met and handle firearms with respect and treat them as if they’re loaded at all times and have never hurt themselves or anybody else and they’re approaching a half a century of firearm handling.
Imagine that Andrew… People that have been handling firearms for more than two thirds of their lives and they’re not gangsters nor have they hurt anybody unless in self-defense where the other party was willing to use lethal force against them… Imagine that.
I’m sure you live a quiet gentle life and that is your right while Canada still has its freedoms but don’t tell me how to live my life.!! Andrew I like guns and I support open carry and I like freedoms… I dislike gangsters and bad guys and I dislike people who dislike what I like. one day you may have your life saved by somebody who’s not a police officer you might change your mind because when seconds count the police are only minutes away.
commented 2016-09-23 10:38:17 -0400
Andrew: "Protect me from what? I find it hard to think of a situation where owning a gun would solve a situation, rather than probably exacerbating it. "

Tell that to the Sask farmers now carrying firearms in their vehicles because of a rash of crime the police cant deal with.
commented 2016-09-23 09:59:41 -0400
ANDREW… If you propose to be “smart” you should try to use your brain when commenting. I would hardly call the gun laws in Chicago lax, but even you should be able to recognize what is happening there. Have you ever heard of criminals Andrew??? They DON’T follow the rules. " The guys in the black suv wouldn’t have been there, would they?" If you truly are that STUPID I hope you enjoy the sharia patrols when they start cropping up in due time. You should seek help for your libtard disease, it is almost always fatal.

LEVITICUS…. I agree with the statement you made, you have my answer.

Justin Trudeau is a complete fool.

DJBT
commented 2016-09-23 09:53:08 -0400
Andrew, After you call the cops when a criminal is breaking into your home or you are assaulted walking down the street what will you do ? Protect yourself or try to understand the “root cause” of the criminals actions and give him/her/whatever a hug?
commented 2016-09-23 09:20:42 -0400
Andrew said, “The highest gun crime rates are in the southeast (Tennessee, South Carolina, Arkansas, Louisiana etc) which generally has very lax gun control laws.”

Blatant out and out lie.
commented 2016-09-23 09:11:46 -0400
. If you look to the south, every state and every US city with strict gun laws have the highest gun crime and murder rate"

The highest gun crime rates are in the southeast (Tennessee, South Carolina, Arkansas, Louisiana etc) which generally has very lax gun control laws. Rhode Island has some of the strictest laws in America (although you can go to a nearby state, the guns you smuggle in can’t be concealed-carried), , and its firearms assautl rate is only 18/100k, vs Tenn’s 138.

Canada’s gun control laws are much strricter, as we don’t have a stated “right to bear arms”, and our crime rate is miniscule relative to theirs. I certainly doubt something like the Florida shooting could happen here, where the perp was on several watchlists and red-flagged, but still managed to buy his weapons from legal establishments – right to bear arms, and all that, even if you’re mentally unstable.

“Drew Wakariuk commented 7 hours ago
Andrew you can let the government protect you all you want, enjoy waiting for the cops. You do realize not everyone lives in the city eh? Even in the city they take a while. "

Protect me from what? I find it hard to think of a situation where owning a gun would solve a situation, rather than probably exacerbating it. If you’re not in a gang and deliberately seeking trouble, you’re far more likely to accidentally shoot yourself than some criminal
commented 2016-09-23 04:51:55 -0400
@sue Diotte

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Pretty neat stuff.