McGuinty gets the Order of the Boot

If there was any other prominent politician more worthy of getting booted out of public office than Premier of Ontario Dalton McGuinty, I don’t know who it is. McGuinty, who claims to be Catholic, has a Liberal MPP mouthpiece give a glowing welcoming address on his behalf to the Toronto Pride parade officials recently. This flies in the face of the Catholic [...]

2011-09-29T11:12:02-04:00September 27, 2011|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

McGuinty’s assault on religious schools

Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty is adopting storm trooper tactics right out of the Nazi’s playbook in forcing the Toronto Catholic School Board to allow Gay Discussion Clubs in Catholic Schools even though the Church feels they will promote homosexuality. Based on Sacred Scriptures, the Catholic Faith, and Biblical injunctions, “homosexual acts” are depraved and “intrinsically evil.”  The Catholic Church by its mandate [...]

2011-07-25T08:27:57-04:00July 25, 2011|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Messaging Layton

The recent federal election result was predictable -- Harper got his long sought majority -- but how it came about was totally unpredictable and astonishing. There’s an interesting side-story that isn’t getting much coverage. The left-leaning media did their level best to piggyback Ignatieff and his Liberal crew to victory but failed. When it became obvious that Plan A had failed, they [...]

2011-06-20T08:41:35-04:00June 20, 2011|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Should we vote?

Let’s look at all these political parties craving for our votes in the forthcoming federal election. Are any of them worth voting for? The pro-abortion Bloc Québécois— the separatist party that wants Quebec to leave the country? I don’t think they are sincere. They know it would be like shooting the family cow which is the federal government’s $8.5 billion in equalization [...]

2011-05-26T14:08:27-04:00May 26, 2011|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Getting hosed on hydro

I heard from Premier McGuinty’s office that they were looking for help in the forthcoming provincial election and I was in a “must go to” folder. I was more shocked than surprised to hear from them because my Interim column back last November. “The Real McGuinty,” in which I said: “go, Mr. McGuinty! Take your pagan agenda with you.” This was certainly [...]

2011-04-24T11:50:03-04:00April 24, 2011|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Ignoring human rights abuse at home

According to a recent Gallup poll, 57 per cent of Americans – and I suspect Canadians as well – have little or no trust in the mainstream media which publicizes, promotes, defends and almost worships secular humanists, and their ideology. Henry Morgentaler and Stephen Lewis appear to be their secular saints. Who would have suspected that in just one generation Ontario Liberal [...]

2011-03-26T17:18:39-04:00March 26, 2011|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

How Rob Ford won in TO

I was invited to Rob Ford’s victory party in Toronto in a live 10-second phone invitation and he implied everybody was welcome. Ford said that people were already starting to arrive early. Ford’s people were expecting over 2000 but they came in with around 1500. That is still an amazing figure. I guess the Ford sign on my front lawn got me [...]

2010-12-06T12:11:15-05:00December 8, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Laughing in the snake pit

We appear to be living in the darkest of Dark Ages. We have a convicted bombmaker, Inderjit Singh Reyat, as per the Toronto Star (Sept. 10), who repeatedly told the Air India trial, “I don’t know,” “I can’t remember,” “I can’t recall” and lied 19 times during his testimony, according to Crown lawyer Len Doust. Reyat already pleaded guilty to supplying bomb [...]

2010-11-16T08:03:29-05:00November 21, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Paying for our mistakes

“Where are you going, Frank, in such a big hurry?” my wife, Ileen, asked me recently. “Dear, I just got a call from the Toronto Police Services Board asking me if I would come down and help them out in an emergency situation.” “I never knew you to be that crazy about the police.” Ileen said. “Oh I am, dear,” I said. [...]

2010-08-28T06:38:50-04:00August 28, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Thank you, birth moms

I read a wonderful write-up in the Toronto Star recently by Nicole Saute, starting on the front page about a Toronto man reuniting with his birth mother after a 12-year search. You’d swear that Jamie Low had just won a $12 million jackpot. In a way he had. A most enjoyable and an un-buyable occasion occurred when mother and son finally overcame [...]

2010-07-14T05:15:07-04:00July 14, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Who elected the Times pope?

Back in the Fifties boxing used to be criticized for its regular Friday night fights which were called ‘bum of the week’ where it seemed that every washed up fighter who ever lived got a chance to pick up one more pay cheque ending flat on his back in the ring. This farce has only been equaled by the New York Times [...]

2010-06-22T06:33:44-04:00June 22, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Pope Over-Kind

“Frank, sit down. What can I do for you?” “Well Millstone, old friend, you are acknowledged as the greatest oracle in the Western world. I come to you for some free advice. What would you do to solve the difficulties facing Pope Benedict today?” “Frank, I’ve never accepted the old bromide that the buck stops here and by that, I mean at [...]

2010-05-10T11:41:47-04:00May 10, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

No friend in high places

Liberal opposition party leader Michael Ignatieff is thought to be swimming in a tank of sharks. A group of top Liberal politicians thinks he’s politically dead or heading in that direction. Ignatieff’s plummeting popularity is a concern for some of the wannabes in the federal Liberal party who are sharpening their knives. His approval rating is now down to 20 per cent. [...]

2010-04-07T06:10:15-04:00April 9, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

At the Tea Party

I’m going to the National Tea Party Convention in Nashville,” I told my wife Ileen. “Sarah Palin is going to be the keynote speaker.” “Sarah Palin! She’s terrific. Who’s paying for it?” she asked, suspiciously. “The Tea Party people. The Democratic party recommended me highly.” “The Democratic Party!” she exclaimed. “After what you accidentally did to the Democrats telling the whole world [...]

2010-03-21T09:52:59-04:00March 21, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|

Global warming baloney is profitable

No way. To go to Copenhagen and hang out with a huge number of closed-minded people addicted to junk science I felt would’ve been just a waste of time, like trying to talk Stalin into going to church. At that big 12-day showy international climate change junk science schmozzle held recently in Copenhagen, a lot of toothless and half-baked resolutions were passed [...]

2010-02-19T14:46:52-05:00February 19, 2010|Columnist, Frank Kennedy|
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