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иконописсвети атанасMy last post on the PC Leadership Race was nearly a month ago, and since then I have been doing a lot of reading and video watching about the candidates. I was undecided then, although I favoured Randy Hillier, and while I remain undecided now, I am closer to a decision.
While things can still change before the [...]
During the days of John ‘Red’ Tory, I let my Ontario PC membership lapse and stopped any financial support I was giving to the party. Now that the race is underway to choose a new leader, I have just renewed my membership and am trying to decide who I will support for leader.
I have carefully examined the [...]
Wow! I’m not exactly Dalton McGuinty’s biggest fan, but he has finally said something that I can agree with.
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty has put the Canadian Auto Workers on notice that it should not look to the province to bail out pensioners if they cannot strike a deal to restructure General Motors.
Dalton has wasted enough [...]
As part of the round-the-clock media coverage, cheerleading the worldwide economic slowdown, the Toronto Star published an article titled Looming cuts would shake CBC to its core. Naturally, I was encouraged that there may indeed be positive side-effects to a recession! If there’s only one state-run institution in Canada in desperate need of a good shake, it’s [...]
Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff, sounding like a spoiled little child, is apparently upset that his meeting tomorrow with US President Barack Obama will only be 15 minutes in length. He feels entitled to a 20-minute meeting. His reasoning… that’s the length of time Stephen Harper met with President Bush in 2004.
Ignatieff says that’s what Prime Minister Stephen [...]
The editors at the Toronto Star just love little socialist equalizing concepts like Pay Equity. Today, they’re at it again with this little attack by Thomas Walkom.
Bill C-10 would end the right of federal civil servants to take pay equity complaints to the federal human rights commission. … And in determining whether wage rates for [...]
In a January 1 editorial in The Era, Newmarket’s community newspaper, they published a spread on six local newsmakers of 2008. One of them is Lois Brown, Newmarket-Aurora’s new Conservative MP.
Unlike the typical reporting found in this so-called ‘newspaper’, this particular article, while short, was mostly factual and without the Liberal bias so typical of this paper. However, their choice [...]