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We returned from Cuba yesterday morning around 4:00; without an optimal amount of sleep thus far, complicated by an intestinal bug I probably picked up from the buffet, I have not yet quite recovered from our island holiday. Nonetheless, I hope to be back up and running (perhaps an unfortunate choice of words) by tomorrow. ...
Something wicked this way comes. H/t Toronto Star Recommend this Post
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The start of a new week inspires me to look back on the one past; thanks to an array of editorial cartoonists, it was a week not kind to our outgoing (one hopes) prime minister: Government for all Canadians, not just the wealthy, offers this intriguing clip from the past. Keep your eyes on the ...
As a Facebook wag described the above, Harper’s caucus room post-election. I have always respected Smokey’s advice. At this critical juncture, Canadians would be foolish to ignore him. Recommend this Post
Buy all accounts it will be a long and dirty campaign. Time to awaken Canada in any way we can. H/t The Toronto Star Recommend this Post
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Once more, editorial cartoonist Graeme MacKay scores a solid bullseye. As does Corrigan over at The Star: And let’s not forget Star readers: Since the post-2008 Great Recession, Stephen Harper’s primary focus on energy (oil/gas) economic action strategies have painted our economic flexibilities into a corner. Now we find our transnational economic drivers near exhausted. ...
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I believe this is the cartoon Pamela was referring to in her comment yesterday: H/t The Toronto Star Recommend this Post
Lesser morals might baldly accuse Stephen Harper of cowardice. Editorial cartoonists have a better way: H/t The Toronto Star Recommend this Post
Somehow, this speaks to me more than the original does. H/t Graeme MacKay Recommend this Post
H/t The Toronto Star ‘Nuff said. Recommend this Post
Of course we will, Stephen. Of course we will. H/t Graeme MacKay Recommend this Post
I don’t especially feel like writing today, so I offer you this from Walt Heinzie: Recommend this Post
Despite the polls currently showing majority support for Canada’s joining in the war against ISIS, the Prime Minister may find that its enthusiasm for such futile adventurism is short-lived. Perhaps, after the next election, Mr. Harper will find that he has some time for that long-deferred fishing trip? H/t The Globe and Mail Recommend this ...
Only for some, I’m happy to report. Recommend this Post
While King Stephen has grown positively garrulous with the American media, there’s one little detail he seems to have forgotten: H/t Graeme Mackay Recommend this Post
For a reflection on why unions are still so relevant and necessary, the protests of neoliberals notwithstanding, be sure to check out Kev’s post at Trapped in a Whirlpool. And for indications of a resurgence in the union movement, check out this editorial at The Toronto Star. Indeed, we shall overcome. Recommend this Post
An editorial cartoonist captures a Heritage Moment nicely: Recommend this Post
And now, thanks to Michael de Adder, we’ve got a picture to go along with those thoughts: Recommend this Post
…some Saturday afternoon wisdom: Recommend this Post
Be careful who you open the door to this Halloween: H/t The Toronto Star Recommend this Post
I am well past the age where I expect very much from our politicians, especially given the current level of disengagement among the Canadian electorate; because of that disengagement, the notion of electoral accountability has become merely a quaint and rather remote ideal. While I hate to admit it, for me the practice of voting, ...