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Politics and its Discontents: If You Had Any Doubts About The RCMP…

Look no further for confirmation of the federal force’s politicization than a piece written by that ‘environmental extremist’ David Suzuki in the Chronicle Herald.

In the article, Suzuki makes reference to the secret RCMP report, obtained by Greenpeace, that both minimizes the threat of global warming and conjures a spectre of threats posed . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: If You Had Any Doubts About The RCMP…

Politics and its Discontents: Harperian Hypocrisy: The Family Values Regime Disappoints Yet Again

While the Harper regime always touts itself as a government that stands up for family vlaues, evidence once more indicates this is little more than rhetoric and rank hypocrisy, aided and abetted by an almost completely politicized RCMP.

The CBC reports RCMP have been holding back millions of dollars from the force’s vaunted program to . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Harperian Hypocrisy: The Family Values Regime Disappoints Yet Again

Politics and its Discontents: A Conspiracy Of One

It’s not uncommon for an RCMP Commissioner to jump through hoops at Stephen Harper’s bequest.

We saw that when Zaccardelli gave Harper a leg up to victory by conjuring up an empty scandal about Ralph Goodale in mid-election campaign. Ominously for a country based on the rule of law, Zac refused to explain his . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: A Conspiracy Of One

Politics and its Discontents: Our American Cousins?

One can’t help but wonder if Harper’s police force has been giving lessons to their American cousins in stifling free speech at right-wing political rallies.

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Politics and its Discontents: Is That Pungent Odor Coming From A Smoking Gun?

If the Canadian media and the Oppositions parties do their jobs, perhaps we’ll soon have an answer.

The following is reported in today’s Star:

Callers on behalf of the federal Conservative Party were instructed in the days before last year’s election to read scripts telling voters that Elections Canada had changed their voting locations, say . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Is That Pungent Odor Coming From A Smoking Gun?