Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Remember Trudeau's words, "There's no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation"? He lied.

Pierre and friends
As Ontarian parents battle Wynne's Liberal government about the radical sex "education" curriculum, it's worth looking back at what has happened to bring us to a divisive and controversial place on the important issues of family, marriage, human sexuality and education.

When Justin Trudeau's father Pierre Elliot Trudeau was minister of justice, he introduced the Criminal Amendment Act of 1968-69, often referred to as the omnibus bill because it included so many changes to Canadian society that eventually became law. What were these legislative changes? The Liberals decriminalized homosexual acts, legalized contraception, introduced abortion and lotteries, new rules for gun ownership and allowed for breathalyzer tests on drivers who showed signs of being drunk. Trudeau also liberalized divorce laws. In this omnibus bill can be traced many of the issues we are still battling today both at the provincial and federal levels of government.  (more...)

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