Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Top 5, July 28

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Mean and stupid

Even for a desperate politician, B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s attack on the Northern Gateway pipeline was exceptionally mean and stupid. It’s no accident Canadian provinces are not allowed to behave like highwaymen. But it is astounding that Clark doesn’t know … Continue reading

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Beware of buyer

Would you let Nazis buy Canadian oil fields? Or Stalinists? Well then, how about Mao’s bloodthirsty heirs?
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Madely in the morning, July 26

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Obama, Romney attack ads meek compared mud-slinging of yore

In recent weeks, the gloves have come off in the U.S. presidential election, revealing — nasty attack ads? Vacuity? Dishonesty? Or just more gloves?
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