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Index to some articles in the CITIZENS CENTRE REPORT that deal with family issues

Note: The Report News Magazine ceased publishing. That also involves an organization change and corresponding name change to CITIZENS CENTRE REPORT.  That change is a consequence of the Report Newsmagazine having become the organ of a new foundation, a conservative think tank, the Citizens Centre for Freedom and Democracy.

Note: The website of the Alberta Report (later called Report Newsmagazine) no longer functions.  The Report Newsmagazine ceased to be published. Fortunately, those articles are accessible at http://webarchive.org.


Chretien, Canada's uncrowned monarch, by Mike Byfield, 2003 03 03
Between elections, a prime minister can now dictate his will to both cabinet and Parliament
(An article from the SPECIAL EDITION ON REFEDERATION)

The [Canadian] Charter — a judicial coup d'etat
By Joanne Byfield, 2003 03 03
If voters don't support change, government can pay to take it to court
(An article from the SPECIAL EDITION ON REFEDERATION)

There's no town 'square' here, man, by Colby Cosh, 2003 02 03
Judge: Right to an attorney a multiple choice. 
It depends on "who" is speaking to the arresting officer at the time of the arrest. Equitable justice loses, and the criminal, a woman, wins.

The unfolding extinction of western Europeans shows the fallibility of the infallible, by Ted & Virginia Byfield, 2003 02 03
Falling fertility rates threaten the existence of the Caucasian population in the world

A billion-dollar boondoggle, covered in lies, by Peter Stock, 2003 01 06
The federal firearms registry becomes a national scandal

Sinking fast, by Peter Stock, 2003 01 06
The gun debacle badly damages Allan Rock's prime ministerial hopes

A political retreat, by Peter Stock, 2003 01 06
Denied more cash, how can Ottawa fund its controversial firearms licensing program?

Still legal prey at 14, by Kevin Michael Grace, 2003 01 06
New federal divorce and child-protection amendments anger family advocates

The only safe sex is no sex, by Marnie Ko, 2003 01 06
Sexually transmitted diseases are becoming epidemic, especially among teens

Irreconcilable differences, by Joanne Byfield, 2003 01 06
A new lawsuit says the Divorce Act favours women and violates men's rights

Interview with Ezra Levant, author of the new book Fight Kyoto, transcript by J. L. Jackson, broadcast December 9, 2002 on the Cat Country Radio show Agritalk with Jim Fisher

Make sure you do not miss the excerpt that deals with Maurice Strong, the real power behind Kyoto: "Maurice Strong: A Dr. Evil-style strategist. Owner of a 200,000-acre New Age Zen colony [in Colorado]. Designer of a proposal to "consider" requiring licences to have babies. The architect of the Kyoto Protocol."  The excerpt is an eye-opener.

Law & Disorder, by Lynne Cohen, 2002 10 21
Did 'must prosecute' mean 'must convict' (Look for the article with that header in that page. Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Law & Disorder, by Lynne Cohen, 2002 09 02
Victim of feminism or deadbeat beach bum? (Look for the article with that header in that page.  Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Law & Disorder, by Lynne Cohen, 2002 08 12
The family that preys together...
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Double the stress, by Kevin Steel, 2002 08 12
A preliminary Health Canada report on work-life conflict hints at big-government solutions (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Lady justice gets back her blindfold, by Terry O'Neill, 2002 07 08
The B.C. government prepares to dump anti-male spousal-abuse policies
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

The Right Eye, by Ian Hunter, 2002 07 08
So passes a hero of belief in an age of rampant and poisonous denial (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

A year ago (June 28, 2001), the world lost a philosopher and educator when Mortimer Adler died at the age of 98.
   Adler spent much of his life defending the idea of truth against relativism; more specifically, he battled the pragmatism espoused by his one-time teacher at Columbia University, John Dewey.

No bias in this courtroom, by Alastair Dow, 2002 06 10
A judge accused of anti-male political prejudice is cleared by a friendly inquiry into her conduct
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

'It's in her best interests', by Marnie Ko, 2002 05 13
A man convicted of sodomizing a child gets visitation with his own daughter
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Brave New World, by Celeste McGovern, 2002 04 15
Homosexual awareness for kindergarten (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Legal blood-letting, by Candis McLean, 2002 04 15
Maintenance-enforcement programs are ruining too many lives

The violent wife, by Lynne Cohen, 2002 04 01
An Ottawa couple goes public to focus attention on spousal violence against men

Why save the nuclear family?, by Kevin Michael Grace, 2002 02 09
It merely supplies docile workers for the servile State, and its doom was sealed 200 years ago

A battle waiting to be lost, by Marnie Ko, 2002 01 21
As law enforcement slowly flags, a private citizen posts a reward for busting pedophiles
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

The issue they all hate, by Kathie Shaidle, 2002 01 07
Ontario's Tory leadership aspirants offer nothing to social conservatives (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

One phone call away from ruin, by Eli Schuster, 2001 12 18
Bill 117 means that in Ontario women can trash men's lives with ease

Parenting, round two, by Pat Hansard and Candis McLean, 2001 12 17
Millions of aging seniors must now bring up their children's children
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

She just had to do it, by Marnie Ko, 2001 12 03
An accused child-napper, captured in Mexico, is declared not guilty of abducting her triplets
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)  Less sensational but more dangerous, by Candis McLean, 2001 11 19
A national study finds neglect is more damaging to children than physical or sexual abuse

MASH revisited, by Candis McLean, 2001 11 05
A Calgary group seeks funding for the first men's 'safe house' in Canada

Cops make a getaway, by Tim Callaway, 2001 11 05
Police chaplains hope to build a retreat centre in the foothills (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Fatal consent, by Marnie Ko, 2001 09 24
During a court-ordered visitation agreed to by her mother, a young girl is brutally murdered (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

The search for that elusive 'rule of thumb' much resembles the mythical hunting of the snark, by Stephen K. Roney, 2001 09 10 (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

I heard it first around 1992. I have since heard it many times, most recently on the e-mail list of the Editors' Association of Canada (EAC), when one participant naively used the contentious phrase "rule of thumb."

This figure of speech must now be approached with great caution. EAC respondents hastened to protest that it seriously demeans women. Originating in English Common Law in 1767, they explained, it refers to the width of the stick with which a husband was legally entitled to beat his wife. Because of this practice, "widely contentious throughout the world," anyone "dealing with women's shelter work or spousal abuse" will consider the phrase "rule of thumb" to be an "insensitive reference." (Full Story — Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

The self-activated child, by Marnie Ko, 2001 07 30
A new study from academics who also believe parents should be licensed
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Education is no cure for lust, by Rick Hiebert, 2001 07 30
A new British study finds that anti-AIDS indoctrination can actually backfire (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

A little wisdom never hurt, by Eli Byfield, 2001 07 09
A new post-secondary arts centre is attempting to put the 'higher' back into education
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

'Give kids a voice in court', by Candis McLean, 2001 06 25
Parents, police and children are seeking more realistic ways to deal with divorce (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.) The right way to ask, by Louise Malenfant, 2001 06 11
Kids can lie, and that's one reason Edmonton is fixing the way it handles child-abuse complaints

Still in a hi-tech closet-barely, by Marnie Ko, 2001 06 11
Emboldened by Internet discussions, today's pedophile is an increasingly angry 'victim'

Letters to the Editor — Re: "Guess Who's Coming for Dinner," (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)  by Walter H. Schneider, 2001 06 11 (Related article: Why we are not producing sheep anymore)

Hilton's grounds for appeal, by Louise Malenfant, 2001 04 30
A Montreal judge KOs a champion boxer by believing his accusers' extraordinary testimony

Men don't matter, by Louise Malenfant, 2001 04 16
A new study finds the ex parte order is a woman's best weapon prior to divorce Almost legal to rape children, by Marnie Ko, 2001 04 16
A Calgary mother pushes for a 20-year minimum sentence for depravity against kids
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Rain and snow on everyone, by Eli Schuster, 2001 04 02
Joni Mitchell's granddaughter is at the centre of a vicious custody battle

Latimer may not like it, but the old, simple law against murder fits him just fine, by Mariette Ulrich, 2001 03 19

Judgment Day, by John Carpay, 2001 03 05
It might be legal in Iran, but... (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Quebec Justice Pierre Beliveau on January 24 sentenced a man identified as Mr. "A" to six years in prison for having kidnapped his son.  (Compare that to the "sentence" an Ontario woman got in the very same year for kidnapping her triplets)

Working mom, by Kelly Jane Torrance, 2001 03 05
A B.C. judge rules that prostitution is no barrier to child custody

Some are more equal, by Kelly Jane Torrance, 2001 02 19
The political status of victims increasingly determines the severity of punishment (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Accepting evidence out of court, by Candis McLean, 2001 02 04
A bankrupt, divorced dad protests hometown Red Deer 'justice behind closed doors

Alberta's self-inflicted crisis — The government's costly electricity fiasco provides a national example of how not to deregulate electricity, Cover Story by Mike Byfield, 2001 01 22

AS Alberta's economy surged through the 1990s, cheap electricity helped power the fastest growth rate of any Canadian province. A kilowatt-hour, worth 2.5 cents at the generation site, was cheaper than almost anywhere else on the continent. The abundant electrons were gobbled up by food processors and greenhouses in the south, forestry operations in the north, and a host of small manufacturers and processors across Alberta. But despite this good fortune Premier Ralph Klein decided to deregulate the electrical business. This seven-year process has yielded severe economic consequences: ....
(Full text with graphics)

For the love of Raquel, by Terry O'Neill, 2001 01 01
A B.C. woman may be near the end of her long fight to win back custody of her daughter
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Childhood under siege, by Kevin Michael Grace, 2000 12 04
An abduction-murder in B.C. leads to an outbreak of mass paranoia
(Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

Boys' problems don't matter, by Terry O'Neill, 2000 12 04
The education establishment refuses to act on the growing male-female education gap (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

A century of perverse doctrine, by Nathan Greenfield, 2000 12 04
Progressivism, an education critic explains, is unscientific, undemocratic and ineffective (Unfortunately, the Report website no longer is up, but the article is now accessible at the identified link through the efforts of http://web.archive.org.)

The fetal alcohol crisis, by Candis McLean, 2000 09 25
In addition to the tragedy caused, the cost of women binge-drinking while pregnant now exceeds that of the national debt

'Where do you live?', by Marnie Ko, 2000 08 28
Pedophiles are using the Internet to hunt for their underaged prey

Cannibalism, by Celeste McGovern, 1999 08 23
Eyewitness accounts from inside the booming trade in fetal body parts

Secrets of the Dead-Baby Industry — Aborted fetuses are being dissected alive, harvested and sold in pieces to fuel a vast research enterprise.

Poison in academe, by Nathan Greenfield, 1998 01 19
How forced growth in mid-century produced brain-rot

 

CITIZENS CENTRE REPORT
 


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The up- and coming, rapidly-growing advocacy organization for seniors (55 years and over) in Alberta

There are in the order of about half a million or more people of age 55 and over in Alberta. If all of them were to join SUN, they would become the most powerful advocacy organization in Alberta; and seniors would no longer be robbed of their comforts and otherwise ignored.
   At the price of one package of cigarettes seniors will be able to gain a voice that will be heard by a government that otherwise can and will take from seniors what they worked for all their life to enjoy in their old age.

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Updates:
2007 09 25 (updated links for pages that can be accessed through http://web.archive.org)