And he’s gone …

Four years ago, today, commenting, in part on the inauguration of Donald J Trump, I said that this ... ... pretty much reflected the reality in our world. Well, some things change. It's too soon to sing "Ding dong, the witch is dead," but, at least, Donald J Trump has left the White House: Sadly, …

It is time (4)

I'm going to the bottom of the list I posted a few days ago to deal with "Foreign and defence policy and the compelling need ~ see What Canada needs from a couple of day ago ~ to face a dangerous world with confidence, including, especially how to deal with China, Iran, North Korea and Russia, but …

It is time (3)

A couple of days ago I said, "I want the Conservative Party to tell us how they plan to take Canada forward, to make Canada bigger and better." We're already a big country, geographically, the 2nd largest landmass in the world and we have the world's longest coastline with seaports on three oceans and deep …

It is time (2)

Yesterday, I said that despite his many and manifest failures as a leader and as a person, Canadians remain likely to vote for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party because: They are, broadly and generally, satisfied with the way he has tried to help Canadians through the COVID-19 pandemic ~ mainly by by spending lots …

What’s worse?

I can understand that a few of you are going to say 1 because, either: You think it displays poor political judgment for any Canadian politician to put on a hat that says 'Make America Great Again;' orYou think that anything any Conservative ever does is wrong while anything that Justin Trudeau might have done …

It is time

Many years ago an author/playwright put these words into the mouth of one of his characters: "I know what you're against .. [but] ... What are you for?" It remains a pertinent question today, for many, many people all around the world. Here in Canada it appears, to me, that Erin O'Tool and his Conservatives are fully …

What Canada needs

"“There is no way you can look at the global landscape and see [anything] other than increased indicators of danger and threats ... [but] ... The level of real and actual danger will depend on how it is that nations around the world hold China to account, and the same can be said for Russia.”" …

Unacceptable

I see, in a Canadian Press report, from about a week ago, that the Information Commissioner, Caroline Maynard (top) has rapped the knuckles of the Privy Council Office, headed by Ian Shugart (bottom) who is, arguably, the most powerful unelected person in Canada's government, and that includes Katie Telford. The problem is bureaucratic arse-covering. Officials …