Here's an excerpt from:
~ Harper in control as decade winds down but polls say Canada hasn't moved right ~
"Today Canada is talking tough on crime and stressing military pride, national security, "global energy superpower status," tax cuts and deficits."
We'll take note of this date and keep tabs on the progress. It's been almost two years that my younger daughter, Monica, was abducted by my ex-husband so I should be seeing her any day now. It's been about four years that I haven't seen Ava and I wonder if we'll even recognize each other should we meet again. What about the rest of you who have been alienated from your children thereby making them and ourselves easy targets to abductions, murder and other criminal activity, partly because we are alone and easy targets most of the time.
Not giving criminals the opportunity to commit crimes will reduce our crime rate. But, what will lawyers do to earn an income and what will keep our justice system in the money if we succeed in reducing criminal activity in Canada? Considering the clout these people have, it just won't happen.