Canadian politics

CBCs Heather Mallick On The Warpath

  Once in a blue moon Heather Mallick   draws the ire of some Blogging Tories. Mallick is a left-wing columnist who is most famous for her work with the CBC. She loves to pontificate how the world is and how she would like it to be. An Interesting insight into Ms. Mallick is on her bio page where it…

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Canadian politics

The CBC and Graves Does It Again

The CBC’s political and current affairs program Power and Politics is increasingly losing credibility by the day. The latest Graves gaffe concerns an e-mail that was an impetus for the exclusive poll on gender and politics  for the CBC. It turns out the e-mail was authored by a former Liberal candidate. This is another example of Liberal bias on the…

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Conservative politics

Ignatieff on the wrong side of history

politicians can be often procedurally right but always will lose the political tug-of-war over public opinion. Perception is reality in politics and it is more important in politics than in any other arena in life. Sorry, Iggy. You’re not PM materialBy , QMI AGENCYhe problem for Michael Ignatieff is that if he triggers an election, he runs the risk that…

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Conservative politics

Harper rocking like it is the summer of 69

the Prime Minister rocked out with Canadian pop legend Brian Adams for his birthday celebration at 24 Sussex. Harper’s strength is that he is aware that he needs to keep rocking in the real world of average Canadians. This means that he is constantly trying to find ways it seems to remain current to the voting public.