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Dead Wild Roses: Look at all this liberal media keeping the Conservatives down.

Shocking I say! SHOCKING!!!!

Those commie pinko bastards!

Filed under: Canada, Politics Tagged: Media Bias, News Media

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Babel-on-the-Bay: Is Mulcair peaking too soon?

Gosh, reading and listening to some political pundits, you would think that the coming federal election is already decided. It is all over but the shouting. It is one of those times when you wish you could take all those bets from the suckers. Frankly, this political apparatchik would not bet on New Democrat Leader . . . → Read More: Babel-on-the-Bay: Is Mulcair peaking too soon?

Babel-on-the-Bay: Why is the Hair laughing at the TV Networks?

Do you really think the Hair is going to debate any of his opponents in this fall’s election? Not if he can help it! It just is not in the Hair’s DNA. After three national elections with debates staged on the major television networks, you have got to understand how the Hair feels. He now . . . → Read More: Babel-on-the-Bay: Why is the Hair laughing at the TV Networks?

Babel-on-the-Bay: It’s just not that funny.

The Ottawa Press Gallery felt that Elizabeth May let them down at their annual dinner. They usually just throw stale dinner rolls at the poor performers. They tend to get too many who try but do not measure up. They think the politicians are going to entertain them by being funny.

Elizabeth was sick with . . . → Read More: Babel-on-the-Bay: It’s just not that funny.

The Sir Robert Bond Papers: New Politics, Polls and the Media #nlpoli

Given that the local media missed the single major story of the 2011 provincial general election until after it was over,  the editors and journalists in the province might want to think about how they can better cover the next provincial election… . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: New Politics, Polls and the Media #nlpoli