“Closed-mindedness or intolerance have no place in the PC [party].” —The PC party’s response to Ric McIver’s participation in the March for Jesus led by anti-gay pastor Artur Pawlowski.
Instead of belabouring Ric McIver’s pathetic too-little, too-late apology for participating in last Sunday’s March for Jesus (led by Pastor Pawlowski who says gays are agents . . . → Read More: Susan on the Soapbox: Ric McIver Stumbles…the PC Party Falls
Apparently, PC Leadership Candidate Ric McIver hasn’t learned that lesson.
After getting caught in a firestorm over ribbon cutting the “March For Jesus” event the same weekend that others were at the Edmonton Mayor’s Pride Brunch, he issues the following rather flaccid retraction:
He says he blames himself for not doing his homework . . . → Read More: The Cracked Crystal Ball II: Sincerity Is Hard In Politics
About-to-declare NDP leadership candidate Rachel Notley with the author of this blog. Below: Already declared NDP leadership candidate David Eggen with the same guy; Grant Notley. Bottom: Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Ric McIver at the “March for Jesus” in Calgary yesterday, grabbed from Mr. McIver’s Twitter account.
Good morning, everyone. Although you may . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Rachel Notley will either enter the Alberta NDP leadership race today or hold the strangest news conference ever
Pastor Artur Pawlowski and members of his flock march at the head of the Calgary Stampede Parade on Friday. Below: Pastor Pawlowski with Alberta Solicitor-General Jonathan Denis. Below that: Pastor Pawlowski with Prime Minister Stephen Harper. All photos grabbed from Facebook pages belonging to Pastor Pawlowski or his Calgary Street Ministries.
Artur Pawlowski, . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Is nothing sacred? Turbulent pastor jumps to the front of Calgary’s Stampede Parade!