Quebec extends long gun registry
The province's gun control advocates were buoyed Friday by a strongly worded Quebec Superior Court judgment that recognized the recently abolished long gun registry as an effective and economical crime prevention tool, laying the groundwork for a long legal battle with Ottawa. The federal government reacted quickly and decisively, in what will no doubt lead to a Supreme Court showdown over the future of the divisive national registry. It said the ruling doesn't diminish the government's resolve to scrap it "once and for all."
"Effective and economical"? Proof that liberalism is indeed a mental disorder. The registry has never solved a case and it costs them billions.