I know we’ve been over this ground before, but remind me again… why does Canada even need this heinously expensive new class of fighter jet at all? What possible military threat are we defending ourselves from? Seriously. What is the point?
Aside from the absurdity of ploughing something like $30 billion into a . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: The F-35 Boondoggle
No surprise that the NDP would breeze into Jack Layton’s old seat, but the Conservative result barely cracking 5 percent was a bit… well, hilarious. So much for two-time loser Andrew Keyes – “a recognized leader in the communications industry.” Who knows, maybe there will be a Senate seat or plum appointment in his future . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: 5.37%
Here’s a brand new video from the LPC regarding the Harper government’s constantly shifting position with respect to the purchase of an unconfirmed number of F-35 stealth fighter jets that could cost billions more than was initially planned for.
You may recall that during the election the Conservatives claimed they had a contract in . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Harper’s F-35 Joint Strike Farce
Unbeknownst to most Americans, Canada is the United States’ largest trading partner (more than five times that of the U.K., for example), foremost supplier of energy, closest ally and supposedly bestest friend in the whole wide world, so why doesn’t our country get the semi-royal treatment that China, India, Mexico and the U.K. does? Why . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Special Relationships
Count me amongst the 54% of Canadians who, according to a recent poll, rather cynically believe that the so-called “robocall scandal” is just “politics as usual” and therefore nothing terribly exceptional to be all that bothered about. Certainly nothing warranting an outraged, pant-bunching reaction such as that demonstrated on left-wing blogs for weeks now, let . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Meh…
Why, I’m shocked, simply shocked, I tell you, to discover that Conservatives would employ a flagrant double-standard when it comes to the matter of… well, anything.
Of course, in this particular instance the root of the problem is that the Conservatives’ original objection to not having ministerial staffers testify before investigative parliamentary committees . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Conservative Double-Standard?
Rick Mercer lays a smack-down on Vic Toews and Bill C-30, his warrantless online spying legislation.
Remember folks… you’re either with the philandering old pervert accused of shtupping his babysitter or you’re with the pedophiles and child pornographers. Sorry, but those are the only available choices on offer in Harperland.
. . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Online Privacy
A whiteboard re-cap of Bill C-10, the Harper Government® omnibus anti-crime legislation that is currently being reviewed by Senate…
The video urges viewers to contact the Senate to voice objections to the bill in its current form. Should you be interested in doing so, a while back the Canadian Bar Association helpfully identified ten . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: C-10 Omnibus Crime Bill Illustrated
Harper’s embattled Public Safety Minister claims that he “didn’t exactly say” that people could either side with the Conservatives or with child pornographers regarding his laughably named “Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act.” Only thing is… that’s exactly what he DID say – on the official record yet!
Toews should resign; it’s as . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Vic Toews Should Retire… Now