“Being a Jew isn’t like being Black or being gay or being a woman, or even Israeli where many Jews come from. Being a Jew is a choice, like being a Blood or Crip. Jews are the medieval prototype of the Occupy Wall Street movement; a shiftless group of hobo’s that doesn’t believe in property . . . → Read More: A. Picazo: A Circus On The Levant
Ted Morton, the former Finance Minister and unsuccessful PC leadership candidate, was holding court at the Manning Foundation. He was going to give a speech on how a bunch of lefty carpet baggers (aka the “Two Minute Tories”) hijacked the PC leadership selection process to the enduring detriment of the Blue Tories.
The party faithful . . . → Read More: Susan on the Soapbox: A “Two Minute Tory” Spends an Evening with Ted Morton
I like Nenshi but what I like most about him is his candor. His delicious put-down of the flatulent Joan Crockatt is followed by a more polite – but equally forceful – dismissal. “I mean, whatever. Not like backbench MPs have any ability to do anything. She’s very nice, she’s shown up at a lot . . . → Read More: Let Freedom Rain II: ‘I mean, whatever’
Today (November 26th) is by-election day in the great riding of Calgary-Centre! The Liberal campaign has been as exciting as it has been improbably and for the first time since 1968, Calgary-Centre might such send a Liberal to Ottawa. Though … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: Vote Harvey Locke: The Progressive Choice for Calgary-Centre
It’s close. Yesterday the Harvey Locke team in Calgary-Centre ID untold numbers of voters and knocked on 10,000 doors. The race is close in Calgary-Centre and, for the first time in almost 40 years, a Liberal might be sent to Ottawa from Calgary…. . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: 10,000 Doors in One Day — Calgary-Centre: It’s Close.
New Globe and Mail Poll Liberal Harvey Locke is within the margin of error of Tory Joan Crockatt. It’s close. Just as close as last week’s poll. Harvey Locke, who has been consistently talking about having progressive values — of bein… . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: Liberals still in hairs breadth from Tories in Calgary-Centre — MoE has them in statistical heat
I had an excellent evening out in Regina with my wife, family, and friends. I met some Ward 1 residents too along the way, including Joe and his wife. Joe’s writing a book about Regina, and it may be available by the end of this year. He also had very interesting comments about municipal politics . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Mosaic 2012 #WHYQR
Nenshi and the City of Calgary, over the last year, have pushed a very central theme on how we can make Calgary a better place. It’s simple. If we do just three things to better Calgary, and if a lot of us do it, we’ll make Calgary a better place. You can read more about . . . → Read More: CalgaryLiberal: My Three Things for Calgary
In December 2007, at the height of Calgary’s housing crunch, a report emerged from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation that confirmed what many had long suspected: the cost of renting a two bedroom apartment in Calgary eclipsed that of all major Canadian cities, marking the first time since the CMHC started tracking the data . . . → Read More: A. Picazo: Secondary Suites And The Right To Affordable Housing
From today’s Toronto Star:
Funny and on target! I have to say that I’m very happy with the real contest of visions we had in our municipal election, especially compared to the dismal partisanship of the Toronto campaign.
From today’s Toronto Star:Funny and on target! I have to say that I’m very happy with the real contest of visions we had in our municipal election, especially compared to the dismal partisanship of the Toronto campaign. . . . → Read More: The Roundhouse: Some Pictures Are Worth a Thousand Words