Amazon 5-Star Review of The Euros: Notre Dame Point Zero

Most helpful customer reviewsThe Euros grab the headlines and the reader!By BOBA on March 1 2015Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase Like many of Glenn Ashton’s other books, this one grabs you right away and doesn’t let up until the very... Read More

HOLY FUCKING SHIT! Rob Ford To Run For CPC Against Bill Blair?

OMG!!!  OMG!!!OMG!!!Sooo @towhey says that Doug Ford talked this morning about Rob Ford running against Bill Blair for Scarborough Southwest federal seat— Siobhan Morris (@siomo) April 26, 2015So the CPC would counter Justin’s marijuana legalization position by running a crack... Read More

Alta Liberal Leader David Swann: I’ll Just Lay Here And Bleed, Thank You Very Much

If you can’t vote Liberal, vote for someone else?  That’s his message?  Not: we’re Liberal and we’ve got great, progressive ideas?  No!  It’s:  WE’RE LAME!  KICK OUR ASS!  PLEASE!  BETTER YET: KILL US! WE’RE TIRED OF THE WHOLE FUCKING TAWDRY... Read More

Spreading spoilt marmalade over rancid butter on stale bread ….

that’s how the Roman empire met its end.  Rome was not able to keep afloat all the hundreds of locations outside of Rome where they had installed their puppet governments and kept Roman soldiers to safeguard the puppets from the... Read More

A Hard Luck Campaign For Minister Penis…I Mean Denis

Just some notes recycled from twitter:@davecournoyer @a_picazo Prentice to self: “I’ll just call an early election.  What can possibly go wrong?”— Bigcitylib (@Bigcitylib2) April 25, 2015And:@a_picazo @davecournoyer This is same guy had to deny he defaced his own signs to... Read More

2020 Solar Power for 100% of Saskatchewan Homes Possible

This letter appeared in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix on Saturday. In response to Kurt Soucy’s letter about the cost of powering the entire provincial grid with Photovoltaic (PV) solar power, I’d like to voice my support for his idea. It’s... Read More

New LPC Ad Is Pretty Clever

They’ve bought space during some of  tonight’s hockey games, apparently.  Probably for just a night or two, and then they’ll hope The Net spreads word a bit further.  They’ll get good media coverage out of it.  It’s clever and positive... Read More

Yet another mindless war robot from USA’s media: CBS … shilling on behalf of warmongers

There’s no end to the number of lying ghouls found in the MSM of the USA.  If not for conscientious individuals outside the MSM, there would be no outlet for our anger and frustration when we gauge that the MSM... Read More

CrossTalk on loony bin USA’s foreign policy boondoggles

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Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Your Account

Because we want to make WordPress.com accounts as secure as we can, we’ve made it easier for you to set up two-factor authentication for your account, so you can take advantage of the top-of-the-line security standard. WordPress.com has supported two-factor... Read More

Wynne’s budget: two linkless points

There’s not much controversy surrounding it, at all, because: She said, if elected, she’d invest in transit and infrastructure, and this budget is aimed at giving effect to that; and She (and we) know that, to pay for the aforementioned,... Read More

And in other news, Justin Bieber has reportedly brokered a ceasefire with ISIS

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The case of Oskar Groening

“The capacity of the gas chambers and the capacity of the crematoria were quite limited. Someone said that 5,000 people were processed in 24 hours but I didn’t verify this. I didn’t know,” he said. “For the sake of order... Read More

How to lose an election

Alberta’s election continues to be far more entertaining than the one here in the UK. Amid his party’s plummeting polling numbers, Progressive Conservative Premier Jim Prentice needed to re-connect with voters and rebuild trust for his party during the leaders... Read More

Rachel Notley Owned the Night

The story at the #abvotes Leadership debate was of Jim Prentice making the biggest tactical error of a career full of them.He spent the night building up Alberta’s already popular NDP leader into an unquestioned legitimate contender to the highest... Read More

Alberta leaders’ TV debate is the PCs last hope

TV dominates politics because it is the prime-time news and political ads that stream into our homes which grab our attention.  Radio, newspaper, and even outdoor signs combined don’t have the same total effect that a well-orchestrated TV ad message... Read More

State-entitlement: a little less of the same, please

From listening to remarks by the likes of Tom Mulcair and Justin Trudeau one could get the impression that the NDP and, to a lesser extent, the Liberals believe all income we earn—one hundred per cent of it—whether from individuals... Read More

New Themes: Ecto and Coherent

Today, we’d like you to meet the two newest themes added to the WordPress.com collection: Ecto and Coherent. Ecto With a light color scheme, bold typography, and full-width images that draw readers straight to your content, Ecto is perfect for blogs of all kinds. Inspired... Read More

Who’s going to win the next federal election?

Here’s what the CBC’s polling aggregator has to say: With the Liberals and Conservatives currently neck-and-neck in voting intentions, the tendency for polls to accurately predict the winner six months out is nullified.  But the trend of the Liberals under-performing... Read More

Saskatoon Riding the Coattails of History

Acknowledging that an important feature in Saskatoon was constructed by the government, then bragging that construction of a future valued feature (a wind turbine) was avoided by the government instead of an opportunity seized upon, is a repugnant attitude. People... Read More