Monthly Archives: May 2013

Where Stephen Harper First Learned His Parliamentary Skills


In the spirit of the present Senate Scandal I am updating a blog that I wrote back in May, 2013. It is my imaging how Harper learned his skills of exaggeration, er, baffooning, er, well lets say it like it … Continue reading

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Why Would the Harper Government Betray Voters?


In my last post I showed where CSIS boss, Richard Fadden, warned Canadians that Canadian Cabinet Ministers were under the control of foreign nations, and more notably China. I showed where the influence had gone as far north as the … Continue reading

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Canadian Cabinet Members Under Control by Foreign Nations


There are some times when you see or read a news article and think that it is an unique and isolated incident, but with an understanding of the big picture individual incidents merely weave into the fabric of a story … Continue reading

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We Will Never Have Democracy Until…


Please click on the link below and watch this shocking clip, and then return to read some comments. http://www.upworthy.com/9-out-of-10-americans-are-completely-wrong-about-this-mind-blowing-fact-2 It is sad. The number of voters among the poor, those of the lower incomes, and those the middle class make … Continue reading

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Flaherty Should Remain Quiet About European Austerity


Finance Minister Jim Flaherty spoke at the G7 meeting suggesting that the other G8 nations need to stay the course with the austerity measures. The Financial Post is quoted him as saying “Big countries’ weakening resolve to cut debt is … Continue reading

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PM Harper – The Acorn That Didn’t Fall too Far From the Tree


This article was found at:  http://www.yourmunicipality.ca/a-bit-of-history-about-our-prime-minister-stephen-harper/ After some investigation I found out that it was a spoof, inasmuch as hanged Remus was also related to a cabinet member and a politician of Australia. Newsflash: It is however funny. That does … Continue reading

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