“The losers cannot contain their scorn for the result, nor repress their anger at the anti-immigrant, xenophobic Little Englanders whose views prevailed.”
How strange it is, then, that our our new, open, caring and sensitive to a fault prime minister, a prime minister who sees himself and the government he leads as the very embodiment of Canadian values, can act so callously toward 94-year-old Petter Blindheim.
“I challenge the notion that accepting a more broadly based committee qualifies as “backing down.” It should be read only as less arrogant”
Neither this government, nor any other, has the moral right to change the electoral process without prior consultation through a referendum approved by the voters. As it is, after all, the people whose sovereign power of election is the essence of any democratic system.
Rex Murphy says Albertans define the meaning of true neighbour: When people are hurting, all are welcome.
Elected Liberal MPs are under Justin Trudeau’s direct order that, in any legislation that touches on the abortion issue, they must vote the “pro-choice” dogma. Pro-abortion is the party line. And it is the only line allowed.
Published on Apr 11, 2016- Point of view: Rex shares his thoughts on what effect the Leap Manifesto has had on the New Democratic Party of Canada.
“Vanity Fair, Vogue, the Daily Mail, 60 Minutes, the Panda Heritage Moment at Toronto’s zoo — he generates more gloss than Revlon and threatens single-handedly to rescue the lifestyle pages of a thousand newspapers.”
Which brings me to the Thursday’s byelection in Ontario, which, incidentally, the provincial Progressive Conservatives won. What was our current prime minister doing campaigning in an Ontario byelection?
Under the auspices of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government, how we look on the world stage trumps the interests of the country itself. It’s better to be pleasing in Paris than caring in Calgary.