Union for federal scientists breaks neutrality, will campaign against Harper | CTV News. Speaking of birds and worms, I guess this is a case of the worm turning?
I guess I’m what you’d call, politically speaking, part of the fluid middle. Which means I like to think when I vote. It’s not a matter of tribal affiliation, or religious conviction, it’s a matter of informed choice. And the choice, each time, is about both principles and context. Which makes me, by definition, the polar opposite
I think I may have helped in last night’s crushing defeat of Pauline Marois’ Parti Quebecois, and with it the the shelving, for another decade at least, of all talk of another referendum on Quebec independence, along with the total demolition of the PQ’s Orwellian Charter of So-Called Values: the crappiest kind of identity politics,
I hold no particular candle for Joe Clark (for the little I know about him, to be honest) but this analysis of Canada’s foreign posture (I use the word advisedly) under Prime Minster Harper seems to me pretty much on the money, and pretty much indicative of what is so wrong about Canada under the