National Post: Protect democracy from non-citizen motorists. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw6s2Frho Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on...Read More
Alberta votes to keep the right progressive. With the Federal Conservatives looking more like the Wildrose party and working to help the party, and not the Progressive Conservatives, has the relationship been strained? Related...Read More
In an interesting twist of fate Alberta, long a stronghold for the Conservatives, is going through some family issues. Till death do us part is not the motto for conservatives today. Alberta is going through growing pains. With...Read More
An interesting game of poker is taking place in Ontario and it seems that the Liberals may have the best hand. Who has the most to lose? At the moment it’s the NDP. No one wants an election and I suspect that if one is...Read More
By Mark Halperin Sunday, Oct. 19, 2008 In one of the most important symbolic moments of the general election, former Secretary of State Colin Powell announced today that he is endorsing Barack Obama for president. Making his...Read More
With the 2008 presidential election, Americans face a pivotal choice between not just two candidates, but two paradigms. We need someone who understands the complexity of our time. Someone who believes in investing in renewable...Read More
By ROB GILLIES Associated Press Writer © 2008 The Associated Press Oct. 15, 2008, 4:05AM OTTAWA — Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday he will reach out to all parties during the global financial meltdown after...Read More
The mistakes Conservatives, Liberals, NDP, Greens and Bloc Quebecois made. However there is no mistake when you vote!
In my estimation, these are the errors each leader made during this campaign. They are in no particular order, however I welcome your comments. Harper and the Conservatives 1. Called the election in the first place, knowing that...Read More
OTTAWA – A new poll suggests the federal election race is tightening as party leaders head into the home stretch. With just over a week until voting day, a new survey suggests Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservatives...Read More
A new poll suggests the Conservatives have solidified a substantial lead over their closest rivals, thanks at least in part to a lack of confidence in Liberal helmsman Stéphane Dion. The Canadian Press Harris-Decima poll,...Read More
The end of democracy in Canada. They have a seat in Parliament, but why are the other leaders afraid of change?
May shut out of leaders’ debate Janice Tibbetts , Canwest News Service Published: Monday, September 08, 2008 OTTAWA – Elizabeth May said her party will pursue legal action against a consortium of TV networks, which...Read More
Leave the Transit City plan alone and do not attempt to hijack the Eglinton-Crosstown line or any other part of the Transit City plan. Who am I speaking to? Well none other than Metrolinx. The organizational body in charge of...Read More