Category Archives: Politics
Back when he ran away from a debate with Ignatieff I came across this little gem. The coat of arms for the modern Reformer. Seems appropriate once more for the man who glorifies war, insists that others go and die … Continue reading
Guilty until proven Innocent – Minerva, Joe Oliver, the far right and their cowardly fear of everyone and everything.
In the recent past when Joe Oliver was doing the Oil Industry’s bidding on the public dime he made a very (in)famous statement. Unfortunately, there are environmental and other radical groups that would seek to block this opportunity to diversify … Continue reading
Another tragic victim of an irresponsible gun owner dies over the weekend in Florida. The family has my heartfelt condolences, this is truly a shocking event as it would have come out of the blue. That said I must admit … Continue reading
Indian Reporter shows why IDF bombardment in the aftermath of a rocket launch by Hamas will only ever kill civilians.
An Indian reporter amazingly managed to capture a Hamas rocket launching crew set up and fire a rocket into Israel. These terrorists committed a war crime and there is no doubt about that. They are pieces of crap who deliberately … Continue reading
Scott Reid – “Conservative with Libertarian leanings” picks the speck of dust out of other’s eyes while ignoring the beam in his teams eyes.
Firstly in this day and age how can one actually believe the oxymoronic phrase “Conservative with Libertarian leanings.” If you are a member of the Harper trained seal show then you are far from leaning towards Libertarianism. Reid apparently is … Continue reading
A lot has been written about the anti-free speech moves by the U of S hierarchy and quite rightly so. But none of the reporters have bothered asking what drove university administrators to attack faculty and service providers in such … Continue reading
“We’re not running a deficit. We have planned a realistic scenario. We’ve got conservative budget estimates. We’ve got a modest platform that doesn’t even fill the existing fiscal room that we have and we have plenty of flexibility in how … Continue reading