There’s the smell of blood in the Liberal waters. One can only hope the media sharks go on the same feeding and tweet frenzy with the Wynne Liberals when all the courtroom doors finally swing open this week as they did with the Harperites when the ol’ Duff was tossed overboard like chum bait. If any government in recent memory needs to be filleted and fried, it’s the Dalton McGuinty-Kathleen Wynne Liberals. Innocent until proven guilty? It’s a lov...
John Ivison: With voter support tumbling, a tactical reset is in order for Liberals It seems for a good number of Canadians, the realization has taken hold that this is a PM with no first-hand experience of the lives of the people he champions John Ivison June 21, 2017 8:56 PM EDT OTTAWA — The House of Commons is out for summer and the great chamber will echo the sounds of tour groups, rather than heckling, for the next three months. Most C
John Ivison: Failed Access to Information reforms the latest in a string of broken Liberal promises John Ivison: The Liberals’ new legislation is consistent with the realization that if they don’t know what you’re doing, they don’t know what you’re doing wrong John Ivison June 20, 2017 6:06 PM EDT Governments that came to power used to be able to burn their old speeches. Sadly for incoming prime ministers in the digital ag
Don't be duped by Trudeau's carbon pricing plan BY LORRIE GOLDSTEIN, TORONTO SUN FIRST POSTED: THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2017 05:31 PM EDT | UPDATED: THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2017 06:12 PM EDT Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon pricing plan is exposed as a political fraud by its failure to explain how it will help achieve the government’s emission reduction targets for 2020 and 2030. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/PHOTO) Prime Minister Justin Tru...
Published on Apr 28, 2017 Brian Lilley reports that Harjit Sajjan, Canada’s Defence Minister has lied about his war record, and now he needs to go. If you agree, then please sign the petition at http://www.SajjanMustGo.com Subscribe to the Rebel’s YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fEuaaPyzKs Harjit Sajjan, Canada’s Defence Minister has lied about his war record, and now he needs to go. Sajjan
Cap and trade just a carbon tax - The liberal promised not to raise taxes on the middle class, looks like they lied once again. What does Climate Change Minister Glen Murray’s announcement Monday that Ontario sold out its first cap-and-trade auction of carbon credits mean to you? It means Ontario businesses have just paid a new charge of $472 million to the Wynne government in a government-run quarterly auction of carbon permits to industry, through
Liberals must clear up absurd border situation Both Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and his U.S. counterpart, Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, emerged from their meeting in Ottawa on Friday “perplexed.” That was Kelly’s description, though he said it could be applied to all the players in the room. Those players were, of course, discussing what I prefer to call the raging refuge crisis on the U.S.-Canadian border b
Global ridicule won’t stop B.C. Liberals’ deceitful financing extravaganza That British Columbia is an international embarrassment when it comes to the rules, or lack of them, around campaign financing is accepted fact now. Yet we continue to discover just how unsavoury many of the practices that are allowed to exist in what we call a functioning democracy truly are. On the weekend, a Globe and Mail exposé revealed how lobbyists, for one, are runn
The new reality of lies, damn lies, and more lies In a world where cyberspace leaves few rocks under which to hide, one would think people in powerful positions involving public trust would think twice about lying. Yet they persist. South of our border, the United States has had its share of historical presidential whoppers, of course. Richard Nixon disavowing any knowledge of the Watergate break-in, and Bill Clinton’s straight-face
Liberal MPs handed out 1,447 cheques worth $7.8 billion on summer recess OTTAWA — MPs return to the House of Commons on Monday, officially ending their summer of spending, a summer that saw government MPs hand out cheques for almost $8 billion for at least two tennis courts, several hockey arena renovations, two flagpoles and one gazebo. There were also cheques for umpteen multimillion-dollar science grants, dozens of wastewater treatment plants, a