Left Over: SuperCrusty and the Lazy Opposition Don’t Come to Blows

B.C. teachers’ strike: Union rejects premier’s demand to suspend strike Union says government remains entrenched, inflexibile and unwilling to bargain. CBC News Posted: Sep 03, 2014 10:51 AM PT Last Updated: Sep 04, 2014 7:58 AM PT All of you 5 cent a comment Liberal trolls can say and think what you like, but here ...

The Canadian Progressive: U.S. Taxpayers Subsidizing The Defense Of Palestinian Teen’s Alleged Killers

Controversial Israeli group Honenu is raising tax-exempt money in the U.S. to support Israelis charged with or convicted of violence against Palestinian tens. The post U.S. Taxpayers Subsidizing The Defense Of Palestinian Teen’s Alleged Killers appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.

Cowichan Conversations: Bill Dumont Is Unhappy With CVRD Spending

Richard Hughes-Political Blogger Bill Dumont, a South Cowichan watchdog scrutinizes government spending and shares his latest thoughts in this offering. Mr.Dumont has had broad experience as a Forester and is well aquainted with budgets and financial matters. Like many of you who will read Bill’s analysis I find myself both in agreement and at odds ...

Left Over: Oh, RoFo, Oh Harpo…….(with apologies to John Lennon)

New Rob Ford video leaves council members frustrated, stunned Toronto mayor should step down for the good of the city, Coun. Michael Thompson says CBC News Posted: Jan 22, 2014 9:28 AM ET Last Updated: Jan 22, 2014 5:33 PM ET Personally? LMAO, sorry, but this latest  RoFo Rant knocked Harpster off the front page of Canada’s ...

LeDaro: Mike Duffy wishes you (taxpayers) Happy New Year

LeDaro: Mike Duffy: Minimum punishment

He should walk in front of the Parliament with a sign: “I am a thief I stole money from the taxpayers.”

LeDaro: Mike Duffy’s victory dance after Florida vacation

The Canadian Progressive: Wright’s $90 000 Duffy gift came from a secret $1 million PMO fund

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s ex-chief of staff Nigel Wright tried to kill the Senate expenses scandal. He cut that $90,000 cheque which paid off Sen. Mike Duffy‘s fraudulent claims. Until now, the Conservatives have insisted that Wright used his own healthy bank account. The money possibly came from a secret $1 million fund in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). ...

Left Over: How You Gonna Keep ‘Em Down on the Pharma….?

      Nadeem Esmail Director, Health Policy Studies, The Fraser Institute    Bulk Buying Pharmaceuticals Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be Posted: 05/24/2013 5:30 pm   OOOHHHH….a warning from a minion of the Fraser Institute..couldn’t be his Big Pharma puppeteers steering him into this scary-sounding piffle…now, could it? The facts are that even ...

Left Over: And the Drug War Drags On……

Underground grow-op found under fake horse paddock Fake fire pit, dog house and horse paddock all hid underground operation CBC News Posted: May 7, 2013 2:16 PM PT Canada’s  Provincial and Federal governments can be said to be implicit partners in this ‘enterprise,’ and so many others around BC and the rest of the country, ...

Left Over: Banks? Fuggetaboutit………

RBC replaces Canadian staff with foreign workers Axed employee blows whistle; federal government investigating By Kathy Tomlinson, CBC News Posted: Apr 6, 2013 5:31 PM PT This is going to sound like an unpaid ode to Credit Unions, so be it…in this case, because I know it best, VanCity…not only are Credit Unions competitive with bank ...

Left Over: The Empress Has No Clothes…..

B.C. Liberals face budget vote amid ‘ethnic-vote’ scandal Premier Christy Clark doesn’t rule out possibility of scandal forcing her out CBC News Posted: Mar 5, 2013 7:04 AM PT Clark, like the disgraced Campbell before her, unhappily faces the onslaught of very real scandal;  unlike him, however, she is facing an election with nowhere to ...

The Canadian Progressive: Fukushima’s victims show why Harper must update nuclear liability law

By Greenpeace Canada (Press Release) | Feb. 19, 2013: TORONTO – Hundreds of thousands of victims of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan are still denied fair compensation from a governmental regulatory system that allows the nuclear industry to evade its responsibilities and forces the public to pay for its disasters. Canada lives under the ...