Justin Trudeau does the right thing

I see, on BNN Bloomberg, that "Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has rejected Donald Trump's latest proposal to readmit Russia to the G7, stoking old divisions between the American president and the rest of the group ... [and] ... Trump was to host the G7 summit later this month but postponed it to the fall because of … Continue reading Justin Trudeau does the right thing

Just when I think …

Just when I begin to think that President Donald J Trump could not get any worse, he goes and surprises me again. Just a day or two ago, I saw, in Breaking Defense, that "President Donald Trump delivered a garbled and misleading critique of the F-35’s supply chain today, casting the flexible and redundant international supply … Continue reading Just when I think …

What’s a Trillion?

There is a rather embarrassing (for Liberal partisans) video floating around the Internet. It shows Finance Minister Bill Morneau doing his very best to avoid answering some fairly simple and straight forward questions put to him in the House of Commons, during a session of the Special Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic, by Conservative pit … Continue reading What’s a Trillion?

Justin Trudeau should listen

I see, in the Globe and Mail, that there is yet another case of Canadians being imprisoned in China on (most likely) trumped-up charges. The Globe and Mail says that "Peter Wang and Ruqin Zhao are Chinese-born engineers who worked in the Toronto area, described by a former manager as immigrants who sought a better … Continue reading Justin Trudeau should listen

Is China offering a swap? What will Justin do?

Aadil Brar, a Canadian freelance journalist, speculates in an article in The Diplomat, that "Experts believe that letting Meng return to China will ease domestic tensions within Canada, and it could result in the release of detained Canadians. Chinese state media has repeated the line that the ball is in Canada’s court, which is also considered … Continue reading Is China offering a swap? What will Justin do?

He’s right

Stephen Chase and Robert Fife write, in the Globe and Mail, that "Former Liberal justice minister Irwin Cotler, a leading international champion of human rights, is blaming the Chinese government for the scale and spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, saying he believes transmission of the novel coronavirus could have been dramatically reduced if China had … Continue reading He’s right

A contrary opinion

I have said, over and over and over again, that I expect that President Donald J Trump will be re-elected this fall. I have suggested that unless the Democratic National Committee decides that the primaries didn't work and there needs to be brokered convention in August, America will have to choose between two creepy and … Continue reading A contrary opinion