Wednesday, February 28, 2007

What is More Scary? Being With Dick Cheney With his Gun or Being in Iraq?

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Harper Wants a Police State

Harper says he wants more law-and-order judges
Prime Minister Stephen Harper told the House of Commons he wants judges who will advance his government's law-and-order objectives...

...Michael Ignatieff, the Liberals' deputy leader, said Harper's comment "confirms our worst suspicions." The Harper government wants to give police a voice in the selection of judges. Various groups have criticized the Conservatives this week for their plans to put either political or ideological partisans on committees that help vet judicial candidates. Click Here to Read More

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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Bush - The Untold Story

Bush Moles to Serve in Public Office
BY K. Napolitano
The White House announced today that President Bush had two suspicious moles removed from his left temple in a procedure called a shave biopsy. These moles are expected to be non-cancerous and Washington insiders report that Bush will likely appoint the two pieces of shaved skin to top Cabinet level positions. The larger mole is expected to assume the role of ambassador to the United Nations and the smaller mole will likely be appointed as the new FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Administration) Director. Click Here to Read More

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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Harper the King!

Canada turns crucial corner
Thomas Walkom

OTTAWA - Canada is on its way to becoming a civilized country again. The Supreme Court has ruled that if the government wants to lock up people indefinitely without charge, it has to at least let them muster a defence. Click Here to Read More.

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Thursday, February 22, 2007

Harper Does Not Believe in Racial Profiling?

PM hitting new lows: Liberals
Opposition outraged as Harper links Brampton MP's family with terror probe
Feb 22, 2007 04:30 AM Susan Delacourt Ottawa Bureau Chief
OTTAWA–Prime Minister Stephen Harper stands accused of sinking to new political lows in his battle with the Liberals, after trying to link Mississauga-Brampton South MP Navdeep Bains to the ongoing criminal investigation into the 1985 Air India bombing. Click Here To Read More

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Tony Blair Does Not Want to Play Anymore

Britain to Withdraw Troops From Iraq
Associated Press Writer
LONDON (AP) - Britain will withdraw around 1,600 troops from Iraq in the coming months and aims to further cut its 7,100-strong contingent by late summer if Iraqi forces can secure the country's south, Prime Minister Tony Blair said Wednesday. Click here to read more

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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Interim New Brunswick Conservative Leader Jeannot Volpe's Obsession With DNA

...for those who remember Jeannot Volpe's earlier statements in the New Brunswick Legislature where he demanded that Shawn Graham's DNA be tested to determine if he's still the same person.

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Sunday, February 11, 2007

New Brunswick Conservative MLA Bruce Fitch's Latest Statement in the Legislature

During a rowdy and theatrical day in the legislature, Riverview MLA Bruce Fitch accused Justice Minister T.J. Burke of jumping out of his Gucci shoes on Wednesday to defend the premier. Fitch was questioning Burke's comments from earlier in the week that insurance rates would have increased if the Conservatives had won the election. "Some people say his Hugo Boss tie was too tight, cutting off the blood to his brain," a fiery Fitch yelled across the legislature.
Following the debate, Burke told reporters he doesn't own a pair of Gucci shoes and doesn't intend to buy a pair of the pricey footwear. And as for Hugo Boss ties? "I don't wear Hugo Boss ties, I wear the ties that my wife and that my parents and good friends suggest are my colour, my style," Burke said, pointing to his striped Zenya-brand tie.

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Saturday, February 10, 2007

Harper is Ready to Take Branson's Challenge on the Environment?

Branson offers US$25M global warming prize
ReutersPublished: Friday, February 09, 2007
Airline tycoon Richard Branson announced on Friday a US$25-million prize for the first person to come up with a way of scrubbing greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere in the battle to beat global warming. Click here to read more.

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