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The way the Senate was

Talk of 'honour' at the Duffy trial shows what must change The post The way the Senate was appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Walter Scott is dead. The cause? American exceptionalism.

Scott Gilmore on the three reasons why American police are killing civilians at a rate far higher than any other developed country The post Walter Scott is dead. The cause? American exceptionalism. appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Hillary Clinton’s YouTube announcement avoids tough questions

Ezra Levant reports for TheRebel.media: Hillary’s been running for president for decades, so her announcement over the weekend is no surprise. Levant thinks she chose this method of making her announcement to avoid having to deal with pesky reporters asking uncomfortable questions, like “What have you ever achieved?” There’s one more thing Levant noticed about […]

#ActOnClimate fights ‘global warming’ — in snowy Quebec

Ezra Levant reports for TheRebel.media: The media dutifully reported on a bunch of anti-global warming rallies over the weekend — but only Ezra noticed the obvious: They were happening in places where — near the middle of April — there was still snow on the ground. JOIN TheRebel.media for more news and commentary you won’t […]

The way the Senate was

Talk of "honour" at the Duffy trial shows what must change The post The way the Senate was appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Ontario adopts cap-and-trade system to reduce greenhouse gases

Premier Kathleen Wynne offers scant details on pricing effects on hydro bills and gas prices The post Ontario adopts cap-and-trade system to reduce greenhouse gases appeared first on Macleans.ca.

iPhone: cacked

To the amusement of Berry aficionados, I’m sure, my 5S is seemingly pooched. I was using Edmonton International Airport charging stations yesterday aft; this morning, upon waking, iPhone is dead. Flashing Apple, no turning on. Trying to restore via iTunes? Nope. Anyone ever get this “2001? error message before? More to the point, anyone know […]

Cargo security project almost killed early due to lack of ‘value’

The countries agreed to share info on in-transit containers through the strategy to allow for early detection of threats and illicit goods The post Cargo security project almost killed early due to lack of ‘value’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Our Duffy, ourselves

What a picture of Stephen Harper and Mike Duffy can tell us about politics in the early 21st century The post Our Duffy, ourselves appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Daniel Pipes explains “the Obama doctrine” on foreign policy

Ezra Levant reports for TheRebel.media: Dr. Daniel Pipes of the Middle East Forum says that there’s a coherent strategy underpinning the apparent chaos we’re witnessing around the world, especially in the Middle East. Pipes explains that the situation makes sense if viewed through the lens of an “Obama doctrine”: “Snarl at your friends, smile at […]

5 things you may not know about Hillary Clinton

The former secretary of state and first lady is ready to run for president The post 5 things you may not know about Hillary Clinton appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Transformer explosion on Nairobi campus sets off stampede

University of Nairobi spokesman says students mistook explosion for terrorist attack The post Transformer explosion on Nairobi campus sets off stampede appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Stephen Harper: Conservative? Maybe not.

Not so fast with the labels. An exhaustive audit of Stephen Harper’s nine years in power reveals a surprisingly (gasp) liberal economic record. The post Stephen Harper: Conservative? Maybe not. appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The subject of honour and the genie of Cavendish

Day 4: In which the subject of honour blows into the joint after two days dissecting the dead stuff of Senate rules The post The subject of honour and the genie of Cavendish appeared first on Macleans.ca.

I hope local, longtime Liberal Marco Mendicino wins Eglinton-Lawrence Liberal nomination over Eve Adams

Sorry, federal Liberals and Trudeau inner circle members, sorry Tom Allison and others, this idea to let Eve Adams run for the nomination in Eglinton-Lawrence was a huge mistake. She's a bad fit in a riding that is ripe for the taking. Show More Summary

Conservatives in Ontario and Alberta go topsy turvy...

With yesterday's dropout by Monte McNaughton, the Ontario PC leadership race is down to just two: mainstream Tory Christine Elliott, who has represented the provincial riding of Whitby-Ajax since 2006, and the vaguely social conservative Patrick Brown, who has been the federal MP for Barrie since 2006.I'm glad to see the underwhelming McNaughton go. Show More Summary

Reboot

I've taken a long hiatus from blogging because I'd reached a point where my head was sure to explode last fall if I'd kept on chronicling the massive corruption, hypocrisy, and general insanity that was continually emanating from TPTB (The Powers That Be). Show More Summary

Stephen Who? at the UN

Last year, Stephen Harper snubbed the UN and went to Tim Horton's instead.This year, the UN snubbed Stephen Harper and went to Tim Horton's instead.h/t impolitical

Cons Steal a Page From Nixon's Playbook

When Daniel Ellsberg leaked the now infamous "Pentagon Papers" in the 1970s, the Nixon gang decided to go after him with a vengeance.Via Wiki:As a response to the leaks, the Nixon administration began a campaign against further leaks...Show More Summary

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