Tag Archive | Stephen Harper

Butt heads the list.

Brad Butt is notable among the list of MP's expenses -for billing the taxpayer for a clown when there are so many available on Parliament Hill.

Brad Butt is notable among the list of MP’s expenses -for billing the taxpayer for a clown when there are so many available on Parliament Hill.

Game of cronies.

Will the Canadian taxpayer be allowed to present a victim impact statement ?.

Will the Canadian taxpayer be allowed to present a victim impact statement ?.

Tunnel vision.

Conservatives use the niqab as a political wedge issue to sow (and reap) dissent.

Conservatives use the niqab as a political wedge issue to sow (and reap) dissent.

“The greenhouse gas emissions are falling”.

Actually they are creeping up.There were only two years when there was a decline,at the height of the recession.

Actually they are creeping up.There were only two years when there was a decline,at the height of the recession.

It’s not the economy,stupid.

Without a planet there is no economy.

Without a planet there is no economy.

It isn’t easy being green.

Excluded from the leaders debate,Elizabeth May tweets her way into the conversation.

Excluded from the leaders debate,Elizabeth May tweets her way into the conversation.

Scouts dishonour.

The use of scouts at a Conservative campaign stop was against the policy of the non-partisan agency,a spokes person said.

The use of scouts at a Conservative campaign stop was against the policy of the non-partisan agency,a spokes person said.

Hair erasing.

Margaret Atwood's political  piece on hair appeared and disappeared in the National Post while 'facts were checked'.

Margaret Atwood’s political piece on hair appeared and disappeared in the National Post while ‘facts were checked’.

” We should have spent less on boiling oil and more on renewables ‘.

" The contraction is almost exclusively in the energy sector,the rest of the economy is growing ".[Stephen Harper]

” The contraction is almost exclusively in the energy sector,the rest of the economy is growing “.[Stephen Harper]