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Apropos of nothing, I bring you iPolitics, Martin Patriquin’s platform of choice

I’m sure it’s all a great big coincidence. I am told that Public Accounts show the government annually shovelled thousands at iPolitics for most of the past decade – more, even, than all of Postmedia got. Neither The Tyee nor Blacklock’s nor The Hill Times (where, coincidentally, I’m a long-time columnist, and where, coincidentally, the “affidavits” column first appeared) receive buckets.
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