Thanks to Ed Tanas for bringing the following to my attention:
Taking its cue from the Conservative Party, the Liberals Party is attempting to turn the tables on reckless, unjustified and overtly partisan political ads masquerading simply as useful public information (meted out to the public at taxpayer expense, of course).
The Liberals . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Turnabout Is Fair Play
As I noted in my last post, a pattern is emerging in the voter suppression crimes owing to the consistency of the telephone script received in upwards of 30 ridings in the last federal election.
The Star has just made another startling discovery: Automated phone calls that directed people to the wrong polling stations in . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Robogate: Another Explosive Revelation From The Star