Congratulations Dippers and Greens, what an historic showing.The Bloc might be history, as in the not so distant past and the Cons get their coveted majority at the expense of the Liberals. I for one am leery of the future with a Conservative majority…*shudder*
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Did you watch the televised leader’s debate tonight? If so, what did you think? It was rather boring to me this time around. Not much substance but a few entertaining quips had me lol’ing, particularily the ones that came out of Jack Layton’s mouth. He… . . . → Read More: "With the bling and everything that comes with it"
Elizabeth May has once again been denied the opportunity to particpate in the leader’s debate. It is a repeat of 2008 when the broadcasting consortium said she wasn’t invited, yet due to public pressure, she was invited after all. I am guessing, and ho… . . . → Read More: May out of debate, again
It’s like Dsert Storm in 1991 all over again. Back then I was a youngin of 14 years of age and what I saw on CNN was awesome to me at the time. Anti-aircraft shells sgoing off in the night sky with the cool green glow of night vision. Patriot missles a… . . . → Read More: The more things change, the more they stay the same
I’ve said it time and time again that governments, specifically the United States and the Canadian variety do not condone peaceful protests. Take this latest example of Ray McGovern being forcefully removed and roughed up during a speech by Hillary Cli… . . . → Read More: United States of Embarassment
Stephen Harper is a champion of the right to protest, as long as it doesn’t include violence and as long as it doesn’t occur in his Canada. He has on a few occasions opined that he firmly supports the protest de jour in whatever country there happens t… . . . → Read More: Stephen Harper supports democratic protests?
This past week, a man by the name of Steven Michael Kokotec was taken to hospital for psychiatric reasons, and after being released, he jumped off a ten story parking garage, killing himself. On December 23, another patient, Margaret Draskovich, walked… . . . → Read More: On Mental Health