Author Archives: Kevin Yaworski

About Kevin Yaworski

I use my blog to write about things I find interesting or that I think are matter of public interest.

PMO vets potential judges with private Liberal database

LARS HAGBERG/AFP/GETTY IMAGES – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives to speak to the media at the national press gallery in Ottawa, on March 7, 2019. The Globe and Mail DANIEL LEBLANC – PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS REPORTER, TOM CARDOSO PUBLISHED APRIL … Continue reading

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Oil Tankers, protesting, Irving and Canadian oil and gas

Canada Action Black outline denotes where ENGO’s are fighting to ban tankers. Red shapes are tankers. All the while the world is closing in on consuming 100 million barrels of oil a day. ENGO’s only want to land-lock Canadian oil. … Continue reading

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Has the populist wave crested?

Has the populist wave crested? Three years ago, it seemed like a tide of far-right discontent would wash away political orders around the world. A lot has changed since then JOHN RAPLEY SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL PUBLISHED MARCH … Continue reading

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Why are many liberal leaders being called socialists or communists and Conservative leaders fascists or authoritarians?

A two dimensional view of the political spectrum. April 19 2019 – Kevin Yaworski – Concerned Citizen Many political right and left wing supporters resorting to extreme views and opinions to try and make their points. Less and less importance … Continue reading

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High number of foreign students in Canada and some other western countries

Student numbers from Statistics Canada and some other western countries April 17 2019 – Concerned Citizens Several posts on social misleadia are saying “In Canada, even high school officials boast about bringing in foreign students for high schools. There is … Continue reading

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This is why you shouldn’t use sms texts for two-factor authentication

Tech Cybersecurity Cryptocurrency 42 comments Researchers show how to hijack a text message By Russell Brandom Sep 18, 2017, 1:17pm EDT — SMS / Texting does not use encryption by default and the messages can be intercepted or copied on … Continue reading

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Conversation with Government about taxes

Meme from Twitter April 17 2019 – Kevin Yaworski Sadly this mostly true. Does Canada or the US imprison you for owing taxes? Not sure about the US but in Canada not normally. CRA can be very aggressive and even … Continue reading

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