The government of British Columbia sets aside tens of millions of dollars to address domestic violence problems every year, but feminist and DV advocate Daisy Kler considers it an inadequate amount. Diana Davison and John Hembling expose the blatant hypocrisy and double standards.
Canadian lawyer Elizabeth Sheehy lives in a country that does not employ capital punishment but, after twenty-five years of diligent work, she has found a way to get around that inconvenience with a legal backdoor. A carefully stylized form of lethal vigilante justice. Sheehy has written a book explaining to Canadian women, and their lawyers, …
Of course the title to this article carries with it a bit of levity; a touch of humor. Perhaps offensive to some. That is human nature; a way to help people cope with matters that are anything but funny, like what is happening in Canada right now, with the wholesale legal disenfranchisement of men.
Law Professor Elizabeth Sheehy isn’t just an advocate for murder. She’s a liar to boot. John Hembling and Diana Davison call her out with the damning evidence that her record as a murder advocate speaks for itself, despite her deflections and obfuscations.