Tattered Sleeve: Justin Calling

Justin Calling to Albertan towns

Now get prepared for the writ to come down

Justin Calling to the oilsands

Forget about Pierre and his Energy plans

Justin Calling, now look here to us

The new Trudeaumania is on the up’n’up

Mulcair isn’t catching

Harper’s on the way out

The Cons are corrupted

The Greens got no clout

A BQ error, leaves the left in the clear

And Justin is calling and I’ll…

Go for the winner!

Justin calling, yes, I was there, too

An’ you know what they said? Well, some of it was true!

Justin calling to the gun registry arm

Forget it brother, that’s a horse that’s long gone!

Justin calling to the zombies of Ignatieff

Quit bitchin’ bout, those (true) ads all negative

Justin calling, and I don’t want to flout

But while you were sulking, I glad-handed about

Justin calling, see we ain’t getting high

But there’s taxes to be raised from making it legalized

Mulcair just ain’t catching

Harper’s on the way out

The Cons are corrupted

The Greens got no clout

A BQ error, leaves the left in the clear

And Justin is calling and I’ll…

Go for the winner!

Justin calling, yes, I got swept up too

And you know what they said? Sacha’s onboard too!

Justin calling through the Mop & Pail bile

After all this, won’t you give me a smile?

Justin calling

I never hoped so much, so much so much!

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Politics and its Discontents: Pros and Cons

Following up on Rona Ambrose’s stout denial that the government’s planned anti-marijuana campaign has anything to do with trying to undermine Justin Trudeau, along with Canadian doctors refusing to be part of a campaign that has become, as they describe it, political messaging, here are the perspectives of two National

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Politics and its Discontents: Denial And Outrage

During my teaching career, it was occasionally my unpleasant task to confront a student with evidence of his or her cheating; most situations revolved around plagiarizing essays or having skipped a test. The student’s responses when confronted were invariably the same; indeed, they tended to parallel Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’ five stages

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