February 25, 2016

Guest Kathleen Wynne “politician-splains” ORPP and cap & trade

Andrew LawtonRebel Commentator
 

In this episode of Lawton Online, I talk to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne about the economy and her proposed mandatory pension plan, and also talk about Ontario's new cap and trade scheme--and why all Canadians should be worried

I also chat with Iranian-born human rights activist Shabnam Assadollahi about Ottawa's "hijab solidarity day," which she said is government promoting oppression. 

And, I tackle the Greyhound beheader who may be walking free because of Canada's victims-last "justice" system.

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commented 2016-02-27 02:33:34 -0500
You are missing an important part of the story concerning Vince Li. The reason that Li was considered NCR, was because his psychiatrist in Edmonton took him off his meds, which led to Li spiraling.

You can not compare Li’s incident to drunk driving. You are incorrect on addiction being a mental illness, or for that matter, some kind of a disease. Addicts would love to say they have a medical condition, as it gives them an excuse. As for doctors who consider addiction a medical condition, this is just another example of doctors over stepping themselves.

The question as to what to do with not criminally responsible people is a hard one. In the case of Vince Li, I have reason to believe that he did not kill somebody out of being a bad person. If everything happened because of the incompetent shrink, then it should be the shrink who is punished.

I live in Winnipeg. Trust me when I say that Vince Li is still public enemy number one. Not too long ago, people protested in front of the Golden Boy building because Vince Lie was given more freedom. Considering the bad shrink and the mob mentality, I don’t think that Li is the bad guy here. This is not to say I don’t feel bad for Tim Maclean. I just think the anger is misdirected.
commented 2016-02-25 21:49:44 -0500
LMAO, new pension, yeah sure , you can count on that when you need it.