Category Archives: Harping
Yep. You heard me right. Lucky. And I’m not being ironic. Let’s put this into perspective, shall we? First, the question of timing. Mike Duffy’s revelations about the PMO would have been destructive to the government in 2015, an election … Continue reading
(Note: this review is based on the Amazon Kindle edition.) Among the Ottawa press corps, there are in fact a few journalists who are quite capable of understanding our Prime Minister, and therefore writing about him without their prose reading … Continue reading
For those critics who think it’s stupid that the PMO was considering an “enemies’ list,” I bring up a memory of something they’d probably rather forget: the commentary of a former Liberal named Scott Reid, some five years ago. “Stephen … Continue reading
… as a matter of fact, they do move some legislation forward. According to yesterday’s Hansard, the following votes were done: A vote on a motion concerning a Last Post Fund, defeated 151-125 A vote to send a private member’s … 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