During this ‘interregnum’ period, I have felt less inclined to write my blog; with the incoming government yet to make its mark, and the outgoing one something I prefer to think about as little as possible, I don’t have as much to say as usual. Nonetheless, things are undoubtely happening beneath the public radar, and . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Undoing The Damage
Although now retired as Canada’s longest-serving mayor, the redoubtable Hazel McCallion continues her life of public service:
Meanwhile, over at Don Martin’s Power Play, watch the first two minutes of his questioning of Monte Solberg defending Harper’s hypocrisy of having well-known crack-user Rob Ford and his brother Doug at his rally in Etobicoke while . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Senior Scam Alert
Harvey Locke was on Don Martin’s Power Play last night talking about his campaign in Calgary-Centre. Click here to watch the clip!
Alright. Look, guys, I’ve been good this year. I’ve blogged regularly, I’ve been keen on the recent debates, I’ve gotten on Don Martin’s Power Play, landed myself on CBC, and pulled in tonnes of people into provincial and federal politics. I’m a talented blogger and an increasingly capable political type. I need your help. I’ve . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: Final Round of Voting for Best Canadian Political Blog
In the interview-panel, Vincent is joined by Sheilla Copps and Karine Cousineau to talk about Liberals in Alberta, politics, and Justin Trudeau’s entrance into the leadership race. Click to access the eight minute panel. Vincent also appeared on CBC morning radio at 7:30 am today and will be on the morning opener on CBC radio . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: Vincent on Power Play, CBC Radio
Don Martin: badass
I would have loved to been a fly on the glass.
I wonder how many free speech warriors from the right will race to Don Martin’s defence?
Don Martin, the new Canadian hero. Speaking for the rest of us.
Cross posted at Let Freedom . . . → Read More: Don . . . → Read More: Don Martin woes: When telling Dimitri Soudas and Bell boss to “go fuck yourselves” can get you suspended from CTV.