Muppets, lawyers and politicians.
Problems in the fishery, bad grammar and blatant political patronage.
Just another week in the live action edition of the National Midnight Star, otherwise known as politics in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Last week’s top 10 most read posts at SRBP:
A bad week for Penashue Change in the fishery The Crowd . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The Traffic the Grinch couldn’t Steal #nlpoli
The top stories as chosen by SRBP readers:
The problem with the Liberals (post by Craig Westcott) Muskrat Falls Friday Trash Dump The truth hurts Emera buys NL line service company Margin of error defined Dazed and confused, Muskrat proponents version Speech writing “…particularly hypocritical…” We’re sorry – Scouts Canada The price of hydro exports . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: There’s no changing the channel traffic #nlpoli
How do you know Peter MacKay lied about the helicopter flight?
When PMSH stepped in to defend him he said nothing about the “training flight” story MacKay started with.
Stupid politicians and their staffers Offshore board slags CBC Habeas corpus for kids Adult conversation Muskrat Falls plot points More of the same In case . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Traffic for the start of December #nlpoli
We all can’t be wrong Dunderdale in tweet debate with opposition leader… or was she? The orchestra pit theory of political news coverage Weird or what? Bloc NDP wants more seats for Quebec The Age of Social Media Banging around… . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Traffic that Tweets itself #nlpoli
Working stiffs and lazy ones And these guys came in second… Kent demoted by Dunderdale Muskrat Review Muddle and Nalcor Competence The value of nothing or Pater knows best, redux Truth in small things The Apprentice I knew Mar… . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Traffic from Hallowe’en to Guy Fawkes Night