Politics and its Discontents: A Crazed Autocrat

Bleed, bleed, poor country!Great tyranny, lay thou thy basis sure,For goodness dare not check thee. – Macbeth, Act 4, Scene 3 H/t Patrick Corrigan The above quote from Macbeth, along with Patrick Corrigan’s editorial cartoon, serve as pungent reminders of the carnage taking place in Ontario under the ‘leadership’ of

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Politics and its Discontents: A New Day

Having abandoned any notion of voting for the Liberals in the next election, I find it irritating beyond expression to be constantly confronted by the binary thinkers among us who shrilly declaim that a vote for someone other than Trudeau is a vote for Andrew Scheer. This kind of absolutist

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Politics and its Discontents: Pay To Slay

That’s what critics are calling Bill 108, the “More Homes, More Choice Act,” introduced stealthily, as the cowardly are wont to do, by the Ford regime in Ontario. Buried in an omnibus bill, the favoured vehicle of the dishonest, (including both Justin Trudeau and Stephen Harper), the bill promises to

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Politics and its Discontents: He Will Never Be Green

My past two posts have consisted of editorial cartoons featuring well-known ‘green’characters. The first depicted Kermit the frog trumpeting the very significant electoral gains made by the Green Party in Prince Edward Island, where they now form the government’s Official Opposition. The second depicted The Hulk as climate change, about

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