BC elections are funny, sad and scary all at the same time. (warning, following BC politics can cause sleeplessness and depression. Any consumers who feel depressed after following BC politics should immediately turn off the computer/TV/radio and seek vitamin D, hence my recent silence on the blog.)
This morning I got an . . . → Read More: BC Election
I’m joking of course. Sue-Ann Levy is employed by Lorrie Goldstein and Sun Media. Nobody gets fired over at that outfit. Ezra Levant regularly has to apologize for his blatant racism and lies. But he still resides on the Sun News Network throne. Let’s face it – the right is a no-pink-slip zone.
. . . → Read More: Sue-Ann Levy destroys her career in Tweets
Yep, here’s where Canada’s Conservative party could one day be headed. With the subtle but urgent march of the likes of Woodworth, Kenney, and the 91 MP’s who voted against women’s rights, how much longer before we are urged to debate the right of women to vote? Or, listen to a recommendation . . . → Read More: Fuqua’s Folly: Canada’s future under Harper, Woodworth, Kenney et al?
Yesterday, Antonia Zerbisias tweeted a link, courtesy of Canadian Cynic, to these well-traveled instructions for arguing with a conservative, That version was written for an American audience. I did a little tinkering and changed it to a Canadian perspective So, with much respect to Antonia, Canadian Cynic and the original author, here’s my Canadian version of how to argue with . . . → Read More: Arguing with a Conservative. Canadian version.
Tweet I would have to characterize Myself As a root vegetable. I am not aerie, or flighty. not even in the treetops… Not a mariner nor a swimmer Maybe a toe dipper… I am most comfortably at home with my toes in the loam with the scent of the earth and the warmth of . . . → Read More: Element
Margaret Wente has been caught allegedly plagiarizing.
Her public editor, Sylvia Stead, quickly absolves her of any indiscretion.
I react with a typically hyperbolic blog post.
For a lark I ask Andrew Coyne on Twitter for his opinion on the issue.
In response, Mr. Coyne evades my inquiry, instead moving the cursor to . . . → Read More: The state of Canadian journalism. Coyne, Stead, Wente edition.
Once again JimBobby comes up with a timely, toe-tapping ditty that will put a smile on your face.
X-posted at Let Freedom Rain