She will vote for Donald Trump. Her reasoning is legitimate.:)
She will vote for Donald Trump. Her reasoning is legitimate.:)
PHOTOS: Pat Paulsen and Bobby Kennedy. Below: Mr. Paulsen in 1970 … and in focus, putative PC leadership candidate Sandra Jansen and Wildrose Party Leader Brian Jean. Where’s Pat Paulsen, now that America needs him? Or, to put this another way, seeing as Mr. Paulsen permanently departed this vale of political tears back in 1997, . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Where’s Pat Paulsen, now that America needs him? And why didn’t Jason Kenney phone Brian Jean?
With Bernie Sanders seemingly headed for a decisive victory in tomorrow's New Hampshire primary, it seems that the Millionaire's Club is starting to feel the heat, or the Bern.For first there was Rex Murphy on the National, denouncing Sanders f… . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Bernie Sanders and the Attack of the Millionaires
Canada and the US share the world’s longest undefended border, speak the same language approximately, and as is engraved on the ‘Peace Arch’ in Blaine Washington we are ‘Children of a Common Mother’.
We have a great deal in common and yet there are social and cultural differences that remind . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Opposites Attract: The New Conservative Love Affair With Canada
When Stephen Harper was with the Reformers, promoting an American style conservative movement, he mocked Canada’s historic Conservative Party, because they boasted to be descended from Sir John A. MacDonald. “So what!” he said.
Recently the Harper government conducted a poll to determine the top ten Canadians who inspired us. From top to bottom:
I actually saw it on Fareed Zakaria’s program GPS last Sunday -Zakaria was interviewing Bono of U-2 lead singer about his humanitarian work in Africa. Also Bill Clinton is involved in a similar work in Africa. It is hilarious. So I found a YouTube video of both impersonating each other.They are pretty good.:) Enjoy!
Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo MLA Mike Allen and Alberta Premier Alison Redford in happier times (Edmonton Sun Photo). Below: Mr. Allen’s Minnesota police mug shot; the former Wildrose MLA for the riding, Guy Boutilier.
The sordid arrest in St. Paul, Minn., of the Hon. Member for Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo puts the government of Premier . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Ill wind blows no good for Alberta PCs: caucus member arrested on U.S. prostitution rap
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford as he might have appeared in ancient Rome, whence comes the idea that in politics public figures and their associates must be above suspicion. Below: The real Rob Ford; Caesar’s wife.
Schadenfreude is all very well, but this whole Rob Ford video scandal has me feeling just the tiniest . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Schadenfreude, evidence and politics: a half-hearted defence of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford
A month ago I asked readers What is the most misunderstood idea of all time?
My next big (slightly morbid) question is Whose death would stun the Western World?
A few years ago when Michael Jackson unexpectedly died, it felt like the world sort of skipped a few beats. I was in South Korea at . . . → Read More: Death By Trolley: Whose death would stun the Western World?
TweetBy Kent Hehr Like many progressives, I watched the Calgary Centre by-election with great interest. Although I was hopeful that one of three outstanding candidates who represented the center/center-left side of the spectrum would win, Joan Crockett… . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Progressives need a crash course in basic electoral math, writes MLA.
She will get $12 million for it. What are Republicans up to? I thought Obama was running for president and not Bill Clinton. Maybe they don’t like Clinton’s ads supporting Obama and wish to discredit him.
Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. . . . → Read More: LeDaro: Monica Lewinsky is writting a tell-all book
Here, on the importance of substance over spin in politics – and the counterproductive effect of dedicating a party’s resources to the opposite effect.
For further reading…– As I’ve previously noted, the observations of Allan Gregg and Winslow Wheeler are here and here respectively.– Joe Klein discussed the impact of Bill Clinton’s DNC speech.– pogge . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: New column day
Old Willy is at it again!
Bill Clinton’s picture with Porn Stars.
Impersonated by Steve Bridge.
A typical Alberta civil servant, who apparently can’t be trusted to work alone, helps his manager doff his coat. Actual unionized Alberta public employees may not be exactly as illustrated, but the manager is probably depicted pretty accurately. Belo… . . . → Read More: David Climenhaga’s Alberta Diary: Too many non-union managers, not union members, drive up Alberta government costs
Via Think Progress, Bill Clinton, speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting, blasting the Republican Party for supporting denial of climate science: “The best thing you could do is make it politically unacceptable to engage in denial, . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: Clinton: Climate Deniers Make U.S. Look Like a Joke
As radical as they think that they are, the Tea Party follows a pattern of attempts to create a third party in the US political duopoly – which, let’s face it, is a one party state with two factions. The constant pressure to put aside “partisan” politi… . . . → Read More: RedBedHead: Ross Perot, the Tea Party: Why Are Third Party Politics In the US So Crazy?
Tim Uppal with your blogger, discussing something other than abolishing the Senate, about which we’re just going to have to agree to disagree. Below: Bill Clinton, Barack Obama.Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s bill to “democratize” the Canadian … . . . → Read More: David Climenhaga’s Alberta Diary: Stephen Harper’s Senate ‘reform’ scheme has nothing to do with democracy
It never ceases to amaze me how eager some white liberals are to divorce race from political analysis when it comes to Obama. Bob Somerby of the Daily Howler (who seems to have settled nicely into his blogospheric role as … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: bastard.logic: Obama’s Citizenship & Race: Separated at Birth?
by matttbastard Busy busy busy lately, kids (and by ‘busy busy busy’ I mean ‘lazy lazy lazy’, as my always-obsessive Twitter output will attest — 140 characters is a lot less daunting than 140 words, sadly). But we can’t enter … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: bastard.logic: Slacktastic Placeholder Post
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