In The Paris Wake: Canada bomb or not to bomb?

Canada’s six warplanes, with an airborne Polaris tanker and two Aurora surveillance planes, arrived at a base in Kuwait just over a year ago, on Oct. 30, 2014. Since then, their contribution to the coalition has been modest but certainly not insignificant.

As of Wednesday — Remembrance Day — Canadian planes had flown 1,731 sorties, according to the Department of National Defence. Of those, 1,109 were combat missions by CF-18 fighters, although they take a cautious approach to releasing their bombs and return without dropping them about two-thirds of the time.

Full article: CBC

Integrity Fairy Nina Tryggvason

1,109 combat missions of which 2/3, not bombing was the decision. I don’t know if there is anything more Canadian than that, eh?

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The Conservatives began the bombing with Harper as PM and as Interim Opposition Leader, it’s not surprising that Ambrose calls on Trudeau to rethink halt to ISIS airstrikes.

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All I hear is “I am unaware of history and current events.” State by state, abortion laws control women in the guise of protecting them It’s become a tiresome, fill-in-the-blank news story. latimes.com|By Los Angeles Times 214 of the 234 … Continue reading

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Terrorist or Religious Warrior   Bad enough to worry about gangs and other schoolyard bad influences, now parents need to worry about whether their kids will betray the new land…or more scary… a sudden conversion by a multigenerational young Canadian … Continue reading

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