It is somewhat astonishing to see PC Randy Hillier vote against a Tory private member’s bill that would free construction giant EllisDon from a 55-year-old obligation to hire only unionized labour. This is the same Randy Hillier who, as the … Continue reading →
Good discussion about the current state of the GOP with respect to the primary race and hypothetical outcomes should a Republican become president, featuring David “Axis of Evil” Frum, New York Magazine writer Jonathan Chait and National Review editor Kevin Williamson.
Towards the end of the conversation, Paiken wheels out this priceless quote from . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Summing Up the Republicans
Richard Gwyn talks about his new book Nation Maker, the second volume about the life and times of Sir. John A. Macdonald covering the period from Confederation until his death in 1891. Not that they likely give much thought to … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Nation Maker
Not sure that anyone gives a toss, but here’s a panel of “experts” TVO rounded up to discuss who “won” and “lost” last night’s leadership debate. If nothing else, it’s always somewhat fascinating to witness how the impressions of people … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Debating the Debate
Another fascinating TVO discussion about the Ontario election, this time pivoting off some disparaging comments made several weeks ago by former Bank of Canada governor David Dodge in regards to political leadership with respect to prospects for the province’s economy… … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Ontario Election: Economic Realities
Some sober reflections on the present state of the global economy by the former Prime Minister. Not a lot of insight beyond the obvious, but Martin does provide some sound advice regarding the current sovereign debt crisis in Europe (that … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Paul Martin on the Economy