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Articles from the Alberta Report

Note: The links on this page to articles at the website of the Alberta Report (later called Report Newsmagazine) no longer function and had to be removed.  The Report Newsmagazine ceased to be published.
   As time goes by, Fathers for Life will endeavor to scan some of the articles that could formerly be accessed at the website of the Report Newsmagazine and are presently inaccessible.  However, that will require much time and has to take a backseat to higher priorities.

Only a few examples of excerpts of articles (with links to some that were, with permission by the Alberta Report, posted at the website of Fathers for Life) are shown here.  There is a more comprehensive index to Alberta Report articles that can be accessed at Fathers for Life

  • Feminism and the UN — Tales from the quest for global domination by family-hostile radical extremists.

  • CANADIANS GO HOME — At a UN conference in Turkey, Ottawa's strident homo-feminist agenda provokes an angry counter-attack from the Third World.
  • GLOBOCOP — Courting Trouble, 1998 06 29,  Canada's Foreign Minister, Lloyd Axworthy, supports the establishment of an International Criminal Court.  The radical feminists (more accurately called redfems) are exhilerated.  Many people are worried, as they have reason to be!
  • The ultimate activist court collapses — Canadian efforts to create an ideologized International Criminal Court founder in Rome (Publishing date presently unknown)

    "...The Arabs were suggesting that a reference to "gender" in the proposed founding statute of the ICC ought to be reconsidered.  But the Canadians and the Costa Rican were having none of it."
    "Then, of course, there is the Canadian-led bid to make the ICC a tool of radical-feminist and homosexual activists.  So strident were Canada's efforts in this regard that many delegates left Rome profoundly embittered. "He will see in the future," commented one of the Arabs berated by Mr. Piragoff. "That's not a diplomatic way to behave. It's impolite. It's childish.""

      But of course, it won't end there.  Canada's radical extremist heterophobes — with the active support of their federal government — will continue to cajole and coerce individual member nations into ratifying the statutes of the International Criminal Court.  One by one these nations will be forced to comply until the ultimate goal of an ICC dominated by heterophobic and family-hostile activists is a reality.

  • Child Access Enforcement: No justice yet for divorced dads — Alberta will reinforce child support, but ignores defiance of court-ordered access.
  • Parenting Issues

  • Who's the boss?   In many troubled families, a psychologist says, it's the child

June 29, 1998

  • Do our new-found ideas on children maybe explain the fact we can't control them?

October 21,1996; WESTVIEW

  • Does anyone around here know how to raise children?   Canadians aren't happy.

 September 23, 1996.

COVER. Steve Sandford.

"... Early this year, in an attempt to appeal to middle-American values, presidential wife Hillary Clinton published a book entitled [sic] It Takes a Village. It distils her reflections on child rearing, she said, and its title comes from an African proverb, "It takes a whole village to raise a child." But her critics were unimpressed. ... "

  • Education

  • Wired for learning

Are computerized classrooms the wave of the future, or just the latest pointless distraction? 

October 06, 1997; COVER

  • Chris P. Carrot comes to Alberta

The animal rights mascot finds little sympathy in cattle country.

September 30,1996

See also:

The "Fix" That's Destroying Education In America

Have no illusions that the problems with America's education system are national ones. Once you read Tom DeWeese's article and know who's behind "The Fix", you'll come to the conclusion that you know also why  "The Fix" is destroying education in all developed nations.  Furthermore, you will know why the current push for sex-education is such a large part of it.

  • Government and Families

  • The malignant dictatorship

Freedom and justice are threatened by an increasingly despotic Liberal attitude and an aggressive bureaucracy

March 03, 1997; COVER

        "The government's family policy also includes the use of strong-arm
          tactics on divorced fathers. Critics say Bill C-41, which passed last
          month, places an unfair financial burden on non-custodial
          parents — typically fathers."

  • Canadian Sunset

The fertile shall inherit the earth 

(Publishing date presently unknown) COVER


Beset by a greying population and plummeting birthrate, a new report says Canada is in decline

"Like that of the rest of the industrialized world, Canada's population is aging, and fewer families are having fewer children. The result is a strained healthcare system and Canada Pension Plan, which exacerbates regional tensions. Attempts to compensate by allowing more immigration merely spark fears of ethnic balkanization."

"This decline in fertility is happening throughout the developed world," says American Enterprise Institute demographer Ben Wattenberg, Washington, D.C.-based author of the 1987 book The Birth Dearth. "It's standard with modernization." Countries unaccustomed to immigration like Japan and Italy are in pitiful shape, he recounts.  Japan, with a 1.5 TFR [Total Fertility Rate], will lose a third of its population in the next century; Italy, with a 1.2 TFR, will lose half."

(See also: 1.) US National Population Trends:   Graph   Full Article), and 2.) Parents' rights a demographic issue, by COLIN P.A. JONES, Special to The Japan Times, Tuesday, July 18, 2006)


Current total fertility rates (TFRs) for countries in the world - Rank Order.  The web page accessible through the preceding link lists the rank order from highest to lowest, with a TFR of about 2.2 indicating a stable population. The TFR required to maintain a given country's population varies a little from country to country, depending on the life expectancy for the average resident in that country. (Source: CIA World Factbook)

As of June 2008, the CIA World Factbook showed 104 countries (generally the richest and most developed) to have TFRs of less than 2.2.  In other words, in those countries the population is in the process of shrinking. (Related Articles at Fathers for Life)

See also:

Feminism For Male College Students A Short Guide to the Truth, by Angry Harry (Off-Site)