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
Tweet Updated at bottom Racism and ignorance are obviously alive and thriving in Canada today. I can’t help feeling overwhelmed by it. Saddened. Discouraged. But I have this doubt in my mind, based on stories that have surfaced over the last few years. We all know that Stephen Harper is extremely controlling in his . . . → Read More: Trolls and Polls
How many polls have come out since the Harpercons got their precious majority, May 2? Another one came out today. One by Abacus, a Sun Media poll, no less. One I rely on least. So this is how it’s going to go for the next four or so years? Polls all the time? . . . → Read More: Here A Poll, There a Poll, Everywhere a Poll!
Susan Delacourt is one of the few columnists who has been not only printing the facts about Iggy’s bus tour, but has actually remained positive about it. I only wish some of the more Liberal leaning columnist would have (and would) followed her lead rather than to continue nitpicking and lamenting him. After . . . → Read More: It Looks Like Iggy Is Taking Kelly McParland’s Advice
I have always thought that an outright merger between the Liberals and The N.D.P. with perhaps the Greens (although, if one looks carefully, they’re not really left of center) would be what’s best.
I certainly understand Dylan’s concerns (Right of Center Ice) about a coalition government being a bad idea based largely in . . . → Read More: The Game Has Changed…Canada is Ready For a Coalition