Category Archives: Politics

Harpergov – Do as we say, not as we do, especially where China is concerned.

If we needed further proof of just how ethically bankrupt and law breaking that the current government is (and we shouldn’t) we need look no further than how two cases regarding the nuclear non-proliferation treaty were handled by our glorious … Continue reading

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Nadon – Broken oaths or abuse of privilege, someone lied

Harper got up in the House and made a statement that declared that ALL parties involved in the committee deliberations for the selection of Nadon agreed that the next SCC appointee would be from Quebec. These discussions are are supposed … Continue reading

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A question for Rob Ford on gravy and wasting taxpayers money.

Given this How the hell is pimping off your niece and getting the tax payers to pay $225 a head to do it stopping the gravy train from returning? Apart from the fact that it can’t return if it’s already … Continue reading

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Mulcair is starting to flail a bit now – Trudeau’s personal insight into working class issues are not that different to his.

“The problem is, Justin Trudeau will never know what ‘middle class’ means,” Mulcair told the NDP’s Federal Council in Ottawa Sunday. “He just doesn’t understand the real challenges families are facing.” Q: And pray tell me Mr Mulcair, how do … Continue reading

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Another CPoC wtf moment – Gerstein dumps on Soudas for abusing his position… seriously?

So that paragon of virtue, ethics and not abusing his authority Senator Irving Gerstein is outraged and clutching his pearls at the finding that Dimitri Soudas (who is admittedly a scoundrel himself) abused his position and party resources to try … Continue reading

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Russia enters the Crimea – NATO and the West is hoist on its own petard – Kosovo redux.

TDL posts that the Russian’s have crossed from Russia into the Crimea in numbers. He also notes that the West is wringing their hands most spectacularly about this action and will write a strongly worded note to Putin telling him … Continue reading

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Ukraine, Russia and the Crimea – the ghost of Kosovo continues to haunt the West

Way back here I wrote a post regarding the precedent that the action of the US and the West had set in wrenching Kosovo from Serbia, altering national boundaries for political expediency and to settle grudges, to show Russia just … Continue reading

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So Canada’s attending Sochi is not about hard work and excellence after all?

I read this article by Kurtis Larson in the Edmonton Sun today and it made me appreciate the double standards used by those who want to get their way no matter the harm it does. Larson is berated by many … Continue reading

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The Portrait of Dorain (Harper) Gray – Chris Alexander then and now.

Chris Alexander was once a decent person who did good and was appreciated because of it After a few years as a Harper henchman he has changed drastically in appearance and this has become more apparent recently, as he tries … Continue reading

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Kant’s Categorical Imperative – Stephen Harper and his Seals would do well to keep this in mind when creating legislation.

Well that and the law. Kant’s categorical imperative basically put is: “Treat everyone as an end in themselves and not as a means to an end.” And “A person should only act if that act is one that should become … Continue reading

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