The Conservative Party of Canada is in a bad place. Even Conservative cheerleader L. Ian MacDonald admits that — as a recent EKOS poll suggests that those who call themselves Conservatives wish that Stephen Harper would rise again from the ashes:There… . . . → Read More: Northern Reflections: An Albatross For A Long Time
The demise of the Twinkie, Paul Krugman writes, has unleashed a wave of nostalgia for the 1950’s — a world many conservatives think of as a Golden Age. But, Krugman writes, the economic policies of the ’50’s were a lot different than the c… . . . → Read More: Northern Reflections: Twinkie Nostagia
In his review of Stephen Harper’s first year of majority rule, John Ibbitson wrote that the prime minister had been “unbound.” And the passage of the government’s omnibus budget bill seemed to prove Ibbitson’s point. But, as the contents of the bill were made public, something else happened. The public showed signs of discontent.
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