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Susan on the Soapbox: Laurie Blakeman Takes a Symbolic Step…in the Wrong Direction

Crikey!

On Friday Liberal MLA Laurie Blakeman announced that she’ll be running as a candidate for the Liberals, the Alberta Party and the Greens in the upcoming election…

…and on Sunday Ms Soapbox announced to her dad that she’d joined the NDP. He swears he’ll never speak to her again.

While I applaud the . . . → Read More: Susan on the Soapbox: Laurie Blakeman Takes a Symbolic Step…in the Wrong Direction

The Equivocator: The Scorpion and the Tortoise.

Based on the story from Aesop’s fables. Told by David Rakoff on “This American Life.”

The scorpion was hamstrung, his tail all aquiver, just how would he manage to get cross the river? The water’s so deep, he observed with a sigh, which pricked at the ears of the tortoise nearby.

Well, why don’t you . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: The Scorpion and the Tortoise.

The Equivocator: Lessons for the Liberals from the Calgary-Centre by-election

Harvey Locke ran a great campaign in Calgary-Centre taking a strong second place. and keeping the Conservatives under 40% in the so-called “Conservative heartland” is nothing to sneeze at. I am proud of the campaign the Liberals ran in all … Continue reading . . . → Read More: The Equivocator: Lessons for the Liberals from the Calgary-Centre by-election

centerandleft: Bob Rae’s Steep Climb

A Leger Marketing poll was conducted between April 2nd and 4th, and showed the NDP on top of the pack, with 33%, leading the Conservatives by 1%. The Liberals were far behind at 19%, the same level of support given in May 2011. Leger’s information confirms another poll done earlier in the week by Harris-Decema . . . → Read More: centerandleft: Bob Rae’s Steep Climb