Everyone needs to watch this …

This video ~ Over A Barrel ~ is FREE, on Facebook, until 31 October 2019. Vivian Krause has exposed the fact, and I assert that it is a fact, that there is a concerted campaign, supported by the Bloc Québecois, by the Green Party, by Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party and by the NDP that aims to … Continue reading Everyone needs to watch this …

One set of rules …

This story, on CBC News, caught my eye. It explains that "According to Toronto's 'Use of City Resources During an Election Period Policy,' city facilities and infrastructure can't be used for any election-related purpose by a candidate, registered third-party advertiser or political party. It also prohibits signs from being "erected or displayed" on or beside a … Continue reading One set of rules …

Enough is enough!

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!

A thumb on the scales

I'm told that the old expression about putting one's thumb on the scales originated with dishonest merchants who tried to add a little weight to their sales by doing just that. It has become a synonym for corrupt practices, especially for corrupt political practices ... ... so I am not surprised when I saw this, … Continue reading A thumb on the scales

More good news

Steven Chase and Robert Fife, writing in the Globe and Mail, say that "Ethics in government is shaping up as the biggest issue for voters in the approaching federal vote, outdistancing the economy, the environment and trade with the United States, according to a new poll conducted for The Globe and Mail ... [and] ... A … Continue reading More good news

Justin Trudeau’s ethical failings: the gift that keeps on giving

The Honourable Patrick K. Gleeson, a judge of the Federal Court of Canada and a former Deputy Judge Advocate General in the Canadian Armed Forces, has, according to an article in the online Blacklock’s Reporter, datelined today (April 16th) "ordered the Commissioner of Lobbying to reopen an investigation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s dealings with the … Continue reading Justin Trudeau’s ethical failings: the gift that keeps on giving

How low can they go?

I have no really firm opinions on the Canadian judicial appointments process, I know it is somewhat political; for example, back in 2015 Justin Trudeau said that all supreme court judges had to be bilingual ... full stop, as important, apparently, as being 'learned in the law.' Of course, there are very, very few indigenous … Continue reading How low can they go?