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Mr. James Moore: Where Do Babies Come From?

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Inquiring minds want to know!  But it appears that James Moore doesn’t really want us to, or perhaps he doesn’t know hisself. After all, he does belong to a party full of Socons.  He has hang-ups  with the sex education exhibit at the Museum of Science and Technology.

Conservative cabinet minister James Moore . . . → Read More: Mr. James Moore: Where Do Babies Come From?

MacKay being used as scapegoat to clear path for Jason Kenney as next Conservative leader?

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Interesting article in the Straight about Kenney’s ascension in the Conservative ranks. The writer Charlie Smith feels that Kenney is the logical successor to Harper, with the scandals plaguing former favourite Peter MacKay all but eliminating the very elite Minister of National Defence from contention.

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has revealed that . . . → Read More: MacKay being used as scapegoat to clear path for Jason Kenney as next Conservative leader?

On July 1, Conservatives booted CBC 75th anniversary tribute for a couple of Britwits

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"I say dear Kate, you may want to have that growth on your head checked out."

Ah Conservatives, so in love with our country. Not! Preferring to honour war and celebrate a couple of brainless twits from some other country, rather than honour Canada’s national news and entertainment network with 75 years . . . → Read More: On July 1, Conservatives booted CBC 75th anniversary tribute for a couple of Britwits

Pitiful: Canada can’t even afford to attend Expo 2012 in South Korea

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Under the guise of ‘belt tightening’, Canada has turned down an invitation to attend Expo 2012 in South Korea. Or, is it a case we simply can’t we afford it as the Globe intimates in its headline? You know, our fabulous economy under the Conservatives and all. (Emphasis mine.)

Mr. Sinclair said he finds the decision . . . → Read More: Pitiful: Canada can’t even afford to attend Expo 2012 in South Korea

Threats of protest shut down Iranian doc at Archives Canada. Wingnuts go wild. Or, ‘Bomb Iran Now!’

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Archives Canada really wimped out when it shut down the screening of the documentary ‘Iranium’ critical of Iran’s nuclear program. The reason? Two letters threatening protest. After inspection, the letters were deemed “not suspicious at all”. The Iranian embassy also complained; that in itself is not enough to warrant the non-screening of the film.

. . . → Read More: Threats of protest shut down Iranian doc at Archives Canada. Wingnuts go wild. Or, ‘Bomb Iran Now!’

The Vancouver Olympics: Brought to you by the letter ‘C’ for Conservative and ‘P’ for Porky Puffy Duffy

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Didn’t I say St-Stevie would play politics with the Olympics now?

Didn’t I say that he and/or  his Harpercon cheerleaders and flunkies would more than likely take credit for any gold medal count from Canadian athletes? Just wait and see…and when they do, it surely won’t be pretty.

If the men’s hockey . . . → Read More: The Vancouver Olympics: Brought to you by the letter ‘C’ for Conservative and ‘P’ for Porky Puffy Duffy