Our freedoms and security, fought and died for by Canadians and their allies, are under attack. The biggest threats to our freedom are too much government, the eco-lobby, and censors posing as human rights commissions. Our biggest security threat is Islam.


Sunday, February 7, 2016

Obama: blind and beholden to Islam

Obama can't bring himself to state the obvious: Islam is THE major threat to safety and security in the entire world. Daniel Greenfield explains in a Feb 3, 2016 article (see link below).







Friday, February 5, 2016

Winter on the Rails in Canada



A train after a week of snow in Canada (via ViralHog)Un tren después de una semana de nieve en Canadá ViralMega.com
Posted by Viral Mega on Monday, January 4, 2016

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

How to find old bookmarks more easily in Chrome

I hope I'm not the last one to learn this little Chrome bookmark tidbit. Otherwise trés embarrassing.

I have a lot of bookmarks. I use them liberally as I surf since they can be a great timesaver and memory aid later. A problem for me has always been finding them a while after I added them. It might be your problem too, especially if you've collected a few like I have.

Normally, if you look at your bookmarks in the Chrome Bookmark Manager they show by date added; when you have 5 or 10 it's easy to scan the list. When you get to 50 or more, and they're listed by the date you added them, the difficulty of finding your target gets magnified. No one can remember the exact order they created all their bookmarks. If you've had the computer for more than a month the list can be eye-straining to search, because it isn't alphabetically sorted.

So tonight I'm doing just that, looking for a name in the bookmark drop down, and getting mightily peeved. I open Bookmark Manager once again (with its date-added sorting). Then somehow, tonight, I notice the Organize header above my bookmark list (it's not very noticeable imho!). I click on it, and lo and behold, the drop-down answer to my prayer. Third from the bottom it says Reorder by Title.

Once you select that you can go back to your bookmarks list (now alphabetically sorted) and quickly find the one you need.

Note: This is for Chrome only. If you use Firefox, it has a spreadsheet style bookmark list which lets you click on a column to sort them by the name. Safari in OS 10.6.8 doesn't have sorting by name that I can see. As a Mac user since 1987 I'm disappointed. I also find it sad that I had to switch to Chrome because it out-performs Safari on my 2007 iMac.




Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Canada's Coat of Arms


Happy New Year to all!


A Mari usque ad Mare: "From sea to sea."

Desiderantes Meliorem Patriam: "Desiring a better country." (Order of Canada Ribbon)

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Music Rules



Music Rules is a blog to channel and record my interests in music and anything music-themed. I love searching for and hearing new music and old music that's new to me.

There are hundreds of excellent but unknown young artists on various free download sites. I list some on the blog. Listen and and download what you like; what's not to like?

Thanks to a collection of rock music encyclopedias and guides, I've also learned there are hundreds of great older, unknown songs. I find hidden music gems, songs that for one reason or another never became well known but should have.

Music appreciation can be more than just an endless search for the next big act or top 40 list; there's lots of forgotten treasures and excellent but unknown new musicians.

Music can improve your mood and inspire your imagination.

arlo


rock, alternative, indie, pop, blues, jazz, reggae; hits from classical, country, jazz, swing,  No rap (sorry, not sorry: it's not music).



http://musicruels.blogspot.ca/

Thursday, December 10, 2015

INSIDE EVERY LIBERAL IS A TOTALITARIAN SCREAMING TO GET OUT

The slogan of Front Page Mag is the title of this post, and it's true. If they aren't destroying us financially and pillaging our freedoms, they're ceaselessly searching for new ways to run our lives by dictating what we may or may not say or do.

This article draws similarities between the left's infatuation with the communists in Russia and their continued excuse-making for and defence of all the evils that Islam has launched against the rest of the world.


"The West is making many of the same mistakes with Islamism that it did with Communism. And it’s making them for the same reasons.
Islamic terrorism is excused on the same grounds that Communist terror was excused; as a response to our imperialistic foreign policy, as the outcry of the oppressed and an attempt to secure equality. Some atrocities are dismissed as myths, worries over terrorism are written off as fearmongering and terrorists are transformed into victims who were singled out by paranoid politicians for their political beliefs.
The left is using the same exact playbook on Islamic terrorism as it did on Communism."

http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/261003/can-left-learn-love-isis-daniel-greenfield

Don't bite the hand that feeds you

A song from Australia that makes it crystal clear for Muslim immigrants that it's our sandbox and our rules, or please get lost.

I wish every Canadian could watch this.

Canada's left is leading us down the path of appeasement to Islam, just as did Europe, now wracked by Islamic terrorism. Europe's left appeased and made concessions, and all they did was to feed the radicals and make them stronger. This wilfully blind approach was and still is in spite the honour killings, the routine subjugation of women and genital mutilation of girls.* All of which so-called "moderate" Muslims condone via their silence. 

(*and not to mention the hacking off of heads, live burnings, gays being tossed off buildings, etc. To the left, these too are trivia.)

Meanwhile their schools in the west continue to preach that their hosts are infidels under our very noses.