Monthly Archives: June 2012
You might think, given the Postmedia headine on this column by Michael den Tandt (and I call it Postmedia since it appears in both the Ottawa Citizen and the Edmonton Journal) that Stephen Harper and the Conservative government had just … Continue reading
Blogging Tories Challenge: Should The Harper Government Eliminate The Milk and Egg Marketing Boards?
Yesterday, Martha Hall Findlay made a modest proposal that could potentially help the Liberal Party: ending the country’s supply management system for dairy products. It’s certainly a good idea, getting endorsements from John Ivison and Jeffrey Simpson, though Mr. Simpson … Continue reading
Well, it looks like Michael Ignatieff’s not quite done with the Liberal Party of Canada just yet. He’s put out a platitudinal essay in today’s Globe and Mail. And a careful reading shows just exactly how he managed to wreck … Continue reading
If you’ve never heard of Laodicea, don’t feel too bad. Not that many people make a habit of reading their Bibles nowadays, and the Book of Revelations isn’t exactly a popular reference except for people trying to invoke “end-of-the-world” scenarios. … Continue reading