Justin Trudeau is at it again! As Bill Curry and Michelle Zilio report in the Globe and Mail, "Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is delaying the release of independent reports on the cost of his promises and will not be submitting all of his election pledges for review by the Parliamentary Budget Officer ... [but 2019] … Continue reading Another broken promise
Richard N Haass, a distinguished American former diplomat and now president of the Council on Foreign Relations, writes in the Financial Times that "Glory seems especially fleeting for American national security advisers, as we have now had three in less than three years ... [and] ... The most recent to be shown the door is … Continue reading After John Bolton
Sam Cooper, an investigative journalist with Global News, reports that BC Liberal MP Joe Peschisolido (Steveston-Richmond East) (pictured, at the right ⇒ ) is in court asking "to remove himself from a B.C. Supreme Court case featuring allegations that his former law firm was involved in an “illegal international money-laundering scheme” ... [the report explains … Continue reading Enough is enough!
I almost never, ever agree with anything Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson (right) says or does. I think he's a pretty poor excuse for a mayor and was a worse Liberal cabinet minister in Dalton McGuinty's inept and even corrupt Ontario government in 2007-2010. But this time he's doing something right. The Liberation75 project aims to … Continue reading Just this once, he’s right
Over 3½ years ago I wrote about an address given by (then Major, now Lieutenant Colonel) Choy Yong Cong. He was, I said, speaking as much about Canada as Singapore, it seems to me. I also said that the values he was espousing were "good Conservative values... [and] ... That’s what I want the CPC to offer … Continue reading Home truths from abroad, redux
Lauren Krugel of the Canadian Press says, in a report published by Global News, that "Amnesty International has warned Alberta Premier Jason Kenney that his government’s fight against oil and gas industry foes puts human rights at risk ... [and, Alex Neve, Secretary-General of Amnesty International Canada] ... outlined his concerns in an open letter Tuesday that highlighted … Continue reading We can’t make this up
The very first question posed to Justin Trudeau when he left Rideau Hall after the election writs were dropped was from a Globe and Mail journalist who, essentially, asked him why he was still trying to cover-up the role of the PMO in the SNC-Lavalin fiasco about which the RCMP are trying to determine if … Continue reading Even the Star agrees