I have to confess to feeling a small measure of guilt each time I reproduce someone else’s words with little editorializing on my part. Yet my ego is sufficiently robust to be able to acknowledge the fact that there are many others with views that merit space in this blog, views that are in . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Shh! Don’t Ask!
By now, those who follow such things will be aware that the Manning Networking Conference was held last weekend in Ottawa, during which the main message seemed to have been, if I may use the old cliche, “Loose lips sink ships.” Conservatives, apparently not content to censor the flow of government information to its . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: The Manning Doctrine: I Won’t Let My People Go
For anyone who needs a quick primer over the damage being done to Canada and its citizens by the Harper regime, I recommend the following:
In the F-35 fiasco, truth is the first casualty, a stinging indictment not only of the government lies surrounding the true projected costs of the F-35 fighter jets, . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Sins Of The Harper Government: Ministerial Incompetence, Secrecy, and Contempt For Democracy