Category Archives: The Third Party

Why Sell Justin?

Much, it seems, has been written by dissatisfied Tories about Justin Trudeau’s family portrayal in Chatelaine. Frankly, all I have to say is people who think they’re going to find hard hitting political commentary in a lifestyle magazine (which is … Continue reading

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Justin Trudeau’s Good Luck

“A lousy week,” opines The Globe and Mail. “Canada’s first war casualty,” notes The Star’s Chantal H├ębert. And no question about it: the downside of the Liberal Party leader’s current image strategy has finally caught up with him. And yet … Continue reading

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Reflections on the 1984 Conservative Renaissance

For those Tories with a sense of history, today is special. Today is the 30th anniversary of the election that brought Brian Mulroney and the then-Progressive Conservatives to a majority government, and that handed the federal Liberals under John Turner … Continue reading

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The Opposition Merits Protection Too

I think what disturbs me most about this Third Party Leader house break-in story is this bit near the end: According to the RCMP, it is “mandated at all times, during both private and official functions, for the personal protection … Continue reading

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