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The Progressive Right: Rebuilding

Trying out the Blogger app for my phone.

A picture from the registration floor highlighting the theme.

The Progressive Right: Live from Ottawa, it’s the Liberal Party Convention (#Ott12)

I’m blogging to you from Ottawa, Ontario – site of the 2012 Liberal Party convention. It’s a blistery -5 degrees outside and there’s a gentle breeze coming down from the north at about a thousand miles per hour*.

I’m about to go register and begin the delegate’s tour of the unofficial first night of the . . . → Read More: The Progressive Right: Live from Ottawa, it’s the Liberal Party Convention (#Ott12)

The Progressive Right: James Morton for Vice President (English), Liberal Party of Canada

One thing I’m struck by as I look at the candidates for board positions within the Liberal Party of Canada, is the number of candidates that are advocating for a truly complete renewal and rejuvenation of the party and it has me excited by the prospect for the future.

I have been attracted to . . . → Read More: The Progressive Right: James Morton for Vice President (English), Liberal Party of Canada

The Progressive Right: Mike Crawley for President, Liberal Party of Canada

I had an opportunity to meet with Mike Crawley at a recent Edward Blake Society event in Toronto. Mike was engaging and determined to hear my opinion. That was before he found out I was a blogger and could take my otherwise useless opinion of him onto the interwebs.

I won’t bore you with . . . → Read More: The Progressive Right: Mike Crawley for President, Liberal Party of Canada

The Progressive Right: Liberal Convention Must Be Open to Bloggers

Well, I tweeted it and I posted it to Facebook, I just wonder if I had another means to make this statement …

The Liberal Party of Canada must determine a way to accredit unaffiliated bloggers at the biennial convention. As both a delegate, and a blogger, it’s important the party embraces new media. Thanks . . . → Read More: The Progressive Right: Liberal Convention Must Be Open to Bloggers