Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Top Five, March 31

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Madely in the morning, March 29

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Hardly a budget

Reaction on Thursday was predictable. The Green Party said Jim Flaherty delivered a budget that was “tough on nature”; the Ottawa Citizen said he delivered one that “includes major changes to … the size of government”; the Communications Workers of … Continue reading

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Double-talk hiding Ontario’s debt troubles

Despite his hard-won reputation for unreliability, I pay attention when Dalton McGuinty talks, about Ontario’s debt or anything else. I know I can count on him … to be misleading in important ways.
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Flaherty as socialist candyman

Apparently the NDP hope the public will get tired of Conservatives and elect socialists instead. I think we should elect conservatives instead.
My smouldering discontent with the Harper administration burst into leaping red flames on March 22 when Jim Flaherty promised … Continue reading

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