Imagine looking over your shoulder every minute of your waking life for the last eight months, in a high state of alert and anxiety against a possible threat to your or your family’s life.
This morning we had hoped Darrell Dexter would be in studio in this time slot for an hour to take questions from me and then from you. We have done this over the last few days with all of the party leaders. We began asking the NDP to have Mr. Dexter on the program since
This week, the PC Party made an announcement about education. It was quickly lost amid the NDP wailing about Stephen McNeil taking health care back to the last century. But such is the nature of elections and media. The announcement, made in front of Westmount School in Halifax was about school choice. It isn’t as sexy
Polling indicates people in Nova Scotia are prepared to change government. The condition of our health care system may well be the reason. While the NDP have been busy putting out glossy brochures about Better Care Sooner, it’s obvious that branding and communications aren’t the problem. Take the Centennial Building at the old Victoria General
It’s one of those things that have bothered me for a long time. Crappy decks. Why do homebuilders cobble together quarter million dollar homes and adorn them with 500 dollar decks? Spindly, pressure treated lumber constructions….teetering on 4×4 sticks…12 feet in the air with a ledger board nailed to the siding. They are ugly afterthoughts
I’ve hated Facebook for a longtime. I needn’t get into all the particulars, but suffice to say, in my opinion, more bad has come from Mark Zuckerberg’s little baby than good. Beyond the insufferable narcissism, attention craving, image crafting status updates and time wasting games, there are the ads. Ads that somehow know I’m over
“Y is for your sister. O is for oh so tight. U is for underage. N is for no consent. G is for grab that ass. SMU boys we like them YOUNG!” If it isn’t readily apparent…this vile chant is about raping young girls….and it isn’t in any way ironic. A video of this chant
As Bob Rae bows out for second time, he says he will let history judge his political contribution.
It shouldn’t come as a great surprise that Dalton McGuinty resigned his Ottawa South MPP seat , Wednesday.
Today the NDP will table a motion in the House of Commons to cut funding to the Senate on July 1st. It’s posturing. It won’t pass. It’s a stupid idea. What it will do is give the NDP an opportunity to talk about why they don’t like the Senate all day. It’s the same argument