Author Archive | Rod Taylor

Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson Seeks Leadership of CHP-BC

Well-known advocate for common-sense social conservatism—Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson—has put her name in the ring to be elected as the next Leader of the Christian Heritage Party of BC (CHP-BC). Current interim Leader, Rod Taylor (who also heads the national party, CHP Canada), expressed his confidence that Ms. Thompson is “more than capable” of leading CHP-BC […]

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Corruption and Confusion: The COVID-19 Cover-up

The COVID-19 crisis has focused world attention like nothing in our memory. It’s been called a war, a pandemic, a plague, an economic disaster, and an excuse for power-grabs by governments around the world. There have been deaths, dislocations of economies and disruptions of political processes. Canadians have a right to know if our federal […]

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BC’s Worst-Kept Secrets

Although political debate is often in the public eye and on the public stage, the privacy of a voter’s decision—how he or she marks the ballot—has always been an important part of our democratic process. When this principle of a secret ballot is violated, it should concern us all. That’s why I was both surprised […]

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False Flags and Ferry Fiascoes

Flags mean something and those who fly them ought to know what they mean. Flags flown in battle identify the nations involved, indicate the location of the battlefront and rally the troops to follow the flag bearer into action. As long as the flag flies, there is ground being taken and held. The July 3 […]

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CHP-BC Sets New Records in the 2017 BC Election

FINAL COUNT: CHP-BC sets new records in the 2017 BC election. Thank you! To all who helped us in any way during the recent BC Election. CHP-BC’s five candidates (Ron Gray, Dan Cameron, Lynn Simcox, Kevin Pielak and Rod Taylor) and our provincial board, thank you for your prayers, your financial support, your encouragement and […]

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Why BC Needs A Common Sense Approach To Health Care

Every one of us knows someone who has waited weeks, months or even years for a hip replacement or other surgery. Occasionally, a patient dies while waiting for a treatment that never takes place. By the end of last year, 85,801 British Columbians were on waiting lists. Today’s medical miracles and biotech accomplishments are nothing […]

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Why BC Needs A Common Sense Approach To Education

“Apply your heart to wisdom. Seek understanding. Take hold of instruction.”—Solomon, a king of Israel in the 10th Century BC. He had a thing or two to say about education. Education is a lifelong process. We talk of our “education system” but formal schooling is only one aspect of acquiring knowledge, wisdom and understanding. As […]

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