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The View Up Here talks Harper and The Law with Stephen Lautens

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The View Up Here is proud to have noted Canadian author, lawyer and political commentator Stephen Lautens on our airwaves. Mr. Lautens has a great deal of experience in the political arena, in litigation and jurisprudence, in the press and media, and as a concerned citizen with the direction of Canada.

The hits never stop rolling for Emperor and the CPC. A Supreme Court ruling record of 0-10. Reports from national and international legal organizations highly critical of the smear against Chief Justice Beverly McLaughlin. Some calling for Harper and MacKay to publicly apologize. Add in the attempted perversion of appointments to all Federal courts. Nearly $400 million of taxpayers' funds wasted in these futile exercises.

Much is yet to come regarding the Senate. From the 31 charges against Mike Duffy, to the complete Senate expenses audit due later this year, to the cracking of the old order regarding how things are done in the Red Chamber. Never mind the amount of vacancies once retirements and resignations take effect this fall. A Royal mess, indeed.

The Constitutional rights of Canadians are under assault from the CPC government. The Supreme Court of Canada has defended them as best they can. This results in members of government crying about an "end run on democracy". Perhaps they need some classes on Westminster Parliamentary democracy. If they could keep an attendance record and shut up long enough to pass them of course.

Stephen Lautens can help us with all these issues and more. Join us and find out what needs to be done to stop the madness. What needs to happen for Canada to regain its place in the world. What Canadians can do to restore their reputation globally.

Tune in and listen, join the chat room, or call in and share your opinion. Mr. Lautens and myself are looking forward to it.