Spotted by my eagle-eyed friend, Andy Gregg:
…wherein Chuck, RIP, slices and dices my fave bands of all time (save and except Da Brudders), here: The Sex Pistols — “God Save the Queen” What’s this guy so angry about anyway? Guitar work and progression is like mine. Good backbeat. Can’t understand most of the vocals. If you’re going to be mad at least […]
If anyone else in agreement with her? Is so, comment below!
…in today’s Hill Times: Politics is at its worst in political parties. Internal decisions are usually made in secret with little recourse to the rules of due process that apply to normal business decisions. …Decisions were made which served to tilt the nomination process in the races to replace outgoing ministers, John McCallum and Stéphane […]
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But FBI, Department of Justice documents suggest 'circumstantial evidence of collusion' between Americans and Russians The post No evidence of spying on Trump Tower, say intel documents appeared first on Macleans.ca.
#POTUS arrives in Florida. A crowd of enthusiastic Americans greet him! pic.twitter.com/qMFNsDBFYR — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) March 19, 2017
SFH notwithstanding, I’m looking for GTA geriatric strings and skins punks for musical cooperation, and possible world domination. Fire off an email if intrigued.
By Dowd, naturally: …we’ve never watched a president so hungrily devour his own presidency. Soon, there won’t be anything left except the sound of people snickering. Consumed by his paranoia about the deep state, Donald Trump has disappeared into the fog of his own conspiracy theories. As he rages in the storm, Lear-like, howling about poisonous […]
Jason Kenney takes hold of the Progressive Conservatives. Next on his to-do list: merge with another party. The post Kenney’s won the Tory crown. Now he needs to keep winning. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Elvira Kurt – the Elvira Kurt – tweeted this pic of Yours Screwly onstage at Comedy Trumps Hate! I’ve arrived! The show was oversold, and raised at least $12,000 for Planned Parenthood in the US! Take that, Agent Orange! Hey @kinsellawarren you're tr#mpin' it. "And he's a dick." Way to keep it real @comedytrumpsh8 pic.twitter.com/IOqR7gif5G […]
U.S. should be paid for 'powerful, and very expensive, defence it provides to Germany!' Trump tweets The post Trump says Germany should pay U.S. for ‘expensive defence’ appeared first on Macleans.ca.
PC party members vote Saturday in delegated convention to pick a leader to replace former party leader and premier Jim Prentice The post Jason Kenney confident heading into PC leadership vote appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Bay Street is struggling to adjust to a world where inequality, and not finance, is the primary focus of economic policy in Ottawa The post Why Bay Street and Trudeau don’t see eye to eye appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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More than 1,000 now-cancelled memberships were bought through two IP addresses and not paid for by individual members The post After vote-rigging claims, Conservative party uncovers fake members appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Here. Wow. Goldy: The “Jewspapers,” the “Jew World Order.” McInnes: “Jews are ruining the world with their lies and their money and their hooked-nose, bagel-eating faces.” Goldy: “…we need to launch the next Crusade and reclaim Bethlehem.”...Show More Summary
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Before the Kinder Morgan expansion got approved, the New Democrats of Alberta and B.C. were one big, happy family. Now they're like oil and water. The post The NDP’s great pipeline divide appeared first on Macleans.ca.