PHOTOS: Zzzzzzzzz … Why are these men smiling? Below: Prime Minister Stephen Harper, sneering; Opposition Leader Thomas Mulcair, smiling unnervingly; Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, doing his best to look pugnacious; Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, happy to be there. Opposition Leader Thomas Mulcair stayed calm, smiled and looked prime ministerial during last night’s “national” televised . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: No losers except Canadians in last night’s ditchwater-dull debate
I had to wonder after reading this story and watching the video below. After all, asserting to be Mike Duffy’s daughter is not something that most people would claim, given the porcine senator’s domestic notoriety:
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While much of the media seem to give young Tim Hudak a free pass on his ludicrouse claim that he will create one million jobs in Ontario over eight years by slashing both jobs and corporate taxes, Paul Boothe at Maclean’s is offering a more critical perspective:
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Anne Kingston, a writer for Maclean’s, offer a peak at her upcoming exposé of Wadena’s Wayward Woman and her fall from grace:
Breaking News: Despite her continued protestations of having done nothing wrong, Wallin has just repaid another $100K, accompanied by the following statement:
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Richard Warman is still having to tell people it’s lies:
The “Hechme allegation” was one of the stranger incidents in The Speechy Wars–the epic political battle over section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act that began in 2008 and still grinds on in the Senate. Two Neo-Nazis managed to convince a good portion of the . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Your Daily Nazi: Late Coda To Hechme Case
With a transcript of the extended interview.
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Caol Waino’s on-line sleuthery is noticed by J-Source. My favorite bit from their short article:
(When contacted by J-Source for comment on the story, Maclean’s declined)
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