The current government has done an absolute disservice to the safety and wellbeing of everyday citizens.

March 26, 2024

Names such as Luka Magnotta, Paul Bernardo, and many others strike a sensitive chord with Canadians. The history of their crimes, and the impact they have had on so many innocent lives, is a stark reminder of how we must address notorious criminals in a greater context.

The current government has done an absolute disservice to the safety and wellbeing of everyday citizens by providing serial killers like these with the privileges and freedoms that so many less-fortunate Canadians could only dream of.

Watch and listen as my guest, Frank Caputo, and I crack down on the details around prison transfers for repeat offenders, how Canada’s authorities are dropping the ball on community safety, how we must advocate for “Jail. Not Bail”, and much more.

Canadians are living in fear for their safety.

March 7, 2024

Across the country, Canadians are living in fear for the safety of their families and the security of their futures. Crime and extortion have been on a massive increase over the past several years and the Government’s soft-on-crime policies have created nothing but a rate of extortion that is five times higher than it was a decade ago. Violent criminals rightfully deserve jail, and not bail. Canadians deserve common sense policies to make their lives better. Watch and listen as my guest, Tim S. Uppal, and I dive into the crime wave that has impacted families, businesses, and individuals nationwide, and much more.

It’s time to pump the breaks.

February 13, 2024

Car thefts are on a rapid increase across the country; upwards of 100% in cities like Ottawa and Montreal, over 300% in Toronto, all while car insurance payouts total more than $1 BILLION as a result of the Liberals catch-and-release policies that leave Canadians at a huge risk. Watch and listen as my guest, Jasraj Singh Hallan, and I talk about the drastic rise in auto-theft nationwide, how the extortion crisis has created a wave of gang-related crime, and much more.

Blueprint: Law & Order

May 16, 2023

Join host MP Jamie Schmale as he discusses the Liberal government’s latest handling of crime, firearms and much more with MP Larry Brock and MP Glen Motz.

Canada is broken! MP Larry Brock joins the Blueprint to explain the lack of safety on our streets.

April 6, 2023

What should be concerning to all Canadians is the growing violence. These attacks have become prevalent and unlike decades previously are no longer strictly targeted. Murderers need to be put back behind bars, and no more of the catch and release liberal policy that fails to keep Canadians safe. MP Larry Brock joins us again this week to discuss Canadians safety, legal processes and more.

The Blueprint: Bail Reform with MP Glen Motz and MP Larry Brock

February 14, 2023

The Liberals continue to introduce dangerous legislation that is harming Canadians. Repeat offenders are being released back into communities and continuing to commit crimes. Violent crime has increased 32% in the last 8 years since Justin Trudeau has taken office. Canadians no longer feel safe walking down the street or taking transit. We need a change.

Trudeau’s Government will use misinformation to suspend Canadian’s civil liberties

July 12, 2022

While Justin Trudeau’s government desperately tries to cover-up their unjustified use of the Emergencies Act, the NDP-Liberals double-down on their gun grab bill. It has become increasingly clear that this government will use misinformation to suspend Canadian’s civil liberties while ignoring dangerous criminals that continue to victimize our communities. To shed light on these issues, we are joined by Larry Brock, Member of Parliament for Brantford-Brant, Deputy Shadow Minister for Justice and Attorney General of Canada and Frank Caputo, Member of Parliament for Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo, Shadow Minister for Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister for National Defence.

Join host and Member of Parliament Jamie Schmale for a look at the hottest topics hitting Canada’s political landscape, and how they might impact Canadians.

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