Let’s be blunt. John Ibbitson is probably the most prominent journalist in Canada totally in the bag for Stephen Harper. Note that I used the word “journalist,” a noun that eliminates most of the hydrophobic scribes at PostMedia.
When it comes to Harper you can trust Ibbitson never to put the boot in. Which . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Wherein John Ibbitson Explores the Darkness that Lurks Within Stephen Harper
The Canadian people have finally forged a clear mindset of Stephen Harper and, sadly for the prime minister, he’s living up to our expectations.
Harper’s former campaign manager and BFF, Tom Flanagan, says the public have finally clued in to Harper’s devious ways and it’s making it tough for Beelzebub to slime Justin Trudeau.
“It’s . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Harper’s Problem, Living Up to Our Expectations of Him. He’s Succeeding. That’s His Problem.
To a calm and rational observer, the statement “viewing child pornography is victimless” is true. To an emotional person prone to sensationalism, for writing that first line, I should be reported to the RCMP.
On Wednesday night Tom Flanagan, a former adviser to Stephen Harper, spoke to a small crowd in Lethbridge, Alberta, where he . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: The Defence Of Tom Flanagan
Danielle Smith: A wildflower blooming virtuous and free on the Prairie…
or a programed-from-youth apparatchik of big oil corporatocracy and U.S. Republicanism?
A legitimate enough question.
If only it were the only question.
The problem for Wildrose is that the federal Conservatives are not only their ideological “soulmates”. The Conservatives also now stand accused of . . . → Read More: Co2 Art: Wildrose Tainted by Association with Harperism?
Danielle Smith: A wildflower blooming virtuous and free on the Prairie…or a programed-from-youth apparatchik of big oil corporatocracy and U.S. Republicanism?A legitimate enough question.If only it were the only question.The problem for Wildrose is t… . . . → Read More: Co2 Art: Wildrose Tainted by Association with Harperism?