Cleaning out the home office has turned up a few forgotten gems.
One of them related to the political impact of open line shows in the province. Last week, your humble e-scribbler moderated a lunch-time talk by Professor Alex Marland and Randy Simms on just that topic. The pile of papers included a Canadian . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The “Significant Impact” of Open Line #nlpoli
Ignorant scapegoating: a feel-good pastime for the thick-headed and big-mouthed
Anyone who doubts that racism and religious bigotry are alive and well in Canada in 2013 simply needs to read the online comments for articles about natives or Muslims, or listen to the callers (and sometimes the hosts and guests) on AM . . . → Read More: The Ranting Canadian: Ignorant scapegoating: a feel-good pastime for the thick-headed…
I suggest that the members opposite do the same and they encourage our representatives in Ottawa to do the same, because the only time we hear from them is on Open Line shows here in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Premier Kathy Dunderdale, Hansard, March 22, 2012
Kathy Dunderdale was making fun of politicians who . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: $#*! the Premier says, Open Line edition #nlpoli
North America has always been home to one good Rush and one evil Rush, but never have they engaged in battle … until now.
Canadian prog rock legends Rush have demanded that the Rush Limbaugh Show stops using their music. The band’s music was regularly played leading in and out of . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Rush (band) pulls music from Rush (bigot)