So, Bernie Sanders has suspended his presidential campaign ... ... which seems to leave the field open for Joe Biden. But Mr Biden is, in my opinion, a deeply flawed candidate ~ there are even comments being made about his cognitive abilities (and not just by Republican political operatives) ~ and unless the Democratic National … Continue reading Bernie Sanders …
There's a good article, by Neil Moss and Peter Mazereeuw in the Hill Times in which they quote Canadian parliamentary government expert, Professor Philippe Lagassé of Carleton University who says that "despite the crisis, there still remains a place for Parliamentarians to scrutinize the government ... [and] ... the role of Parliament is laid out … Continue reading Parliament worked for us
Dr Nouriel Roubini is a world-famous economist. He is Professor of Economics at New York University's Stern School of Business and Chairman of Roubini Macro Associates. He was Senior Economist for International Affairs in the White House’s Council of Economic Advisers during the Clinton Administration. He has worked for the International Monetary Fund, the US … Continue reading How to face a ‘Greater Depression:’ with a government of national unity.
I see that the Angus Reid Institute has new polling data that says that "Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his minority Liberal government are bearing the scars of what has been a most bruising start to a federal government’s year ... [because] ... While the first 60 days of 2019 were defined by a political scandal, … Continue reading Buyer’s remorse?
I self-identify as a classical liberal: please take a quick look at my site's (longish) title just above. Liberals like me look back past the Glorious Revolution of 1688, past Simon de Montfort's Great Parliament in 1265, even past Aristotle and Plato, the origins of liberalism might go all the way back to the original … Continue reading Its time to put liberalism back in the Liberal Party of Canada
A bit more than ten years ago, John Ibbitson asked that question in the Globe and Mail. It appeared to him, then, that "Canada is a nation of strong provinces with a weak federal government, hobbled by minority Parliaments and uncertain of its own relevance." Not much has changed, has it? He also said that … Continue reading Is Canada broken?
This one needs only a few words ...... Justin Trudeau is a disgrace to Canada and he, and his shameless Liberals, needs to be thrown out of office and onto the dung heap of history at the next general election.