January 28, 2016

Lawton Online: Pipeline politics, foreign affairs relativism, freedom to sell your own body (parts) and more

Andrew LawtonRebel Commentator

In this episode of Lawton Online, I break down Canada's foreign affairs minister's troubling comments on Israel, and the Liberal government's even more troubling position on Iran, with security expert and columnist Candice Malcolm. 

I also talk to Derek James From of the Canadian Constitution Foundation about why Canadians should be able to sell their own blood and plasma without issue. I also respond to Trudeau's new pipeline plan, and why it's not only bad for Canada's energy sector, but hugely hypocritical.


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commented 2016-01-30 03:05:51 -0500
Here is a compromise for the profitization of giving blood. How about giving the blood donors a tax credit receipt? This way, any money the donor is able to get back is not immediate, and the donor may not even want the tax receipt. As a nice bonus, the blood services won’t be the ones that have to worry about getting the money to pay out to the donors.

Trudeau’s comment about the holocaust remembrance day was not that bad. Nothing he could have said would have changed anything anyways. We all know what the holocaust is already. We do not have to dwell on it.