Category Archives: Blogging Tory Challenges
Perhaps I should pay more attention to non-national politicians; after all, I haven’t had much to say about the national ones. Of course, there are a few who’ve made the national news recently, though not really in what a casual … Continue reading
Okay, yes, things look pretty down right now, what with profligate Senators, the press screaming about so-called “secret” accounts, and backbenchers moving from grumbling to protesting. On the plus side, no one federally is in a sex and/or drugs scandal, … Continue reading
Blogging Tories Challenge: Which Derangement Syndrome Is More Damaging to Canada’s Political Dialogue?
Normally, with this blog’s focus on national issues, I’ve been a sad observer of that phenomenon known as “Harper Derangement Syndrome” — that tendency among progressive partisans to believe the worst of our prime minister through character traits and behavior … Continue reading
As you might have gathered from the title, I won’t describe Chief Theresa Spence’s current regimen as a “hunger strike.” Fish broth and tea do supply nutrients, and constitute no real, consequent sacrifice of health or well-being. But I’m looking … Continue reading
Well, as you probably know by now, the Canadian Press has named the accused killer Luka Magnotti as their newsmaker of 2012. It’s a move that’s actually managed to unite all sides of the nation’s political spectrum in near-unanimous condemnation. … Continue reading