Justin Trudeau Legitimizing the New Anti-Semitism in Canada by Ted Bird FEB 3, 2016

Justin Trudeau Legitimizing the New Anti-Semitism in Canada by Ted Bird FEB 3, 2016

It’s been fully a week since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a Holocaust Remembrance Day statement absent of any specific mention of Jewish suffering in the Holocaust, and the only mainstream media mention of the breathtakingly glaring omission was in the conservative-minded Toronto Sun. . I posted about Trudeau’s whitewashing of Jews from the Holocaust […]

Is it Time to Regulate Gasoline Prices in Canada by Jamie Gilcig – DEC 29, 2015

Is it Time to Regulate Gasoline Prices in Canada by Jamie Gilcig – DEC 29, 2015

How many times during a week do you hear people ask why the price of gasoline is still so high when the price of oil has dropped so much? While we hear rhetoric about possible issues, the real focus should be on the Federal and Provincial governments allowing for gouging of the public.  Chiefly both […]

Alberta Provincial NDP Win Bodes Worse for Justin Trudeau than Stephen Harper by Jamie Gilcig – MAY 6, 2015 #cdnpoli

Alberta Provincial NDP Win Bodes Worse for Justin Trudeau than Stephen Harper by Jamie Gilcig – MAY 6, 2015 #cdnpoli

CFN – The biggest loser in the Province of Ontario election is not Jim Prentice and his Federal  Conservative counterparts under PM Stephen Harper, but Justin Trudeau.   As the next Federal election looms closer Canadians are mulling over a lot of options. Is the Harper government past it’s “best buy” date?  Absolutely, but then […]

Ottawa Police Service Release Video of Justin Trudeau Home Invader – Aug 22, 2014 OPS

Ottawa Police Service Release Video of Justin Trudeau Home Invader – Aug 22, 2014  OPS

News – Ottawa Police Service CFN– Ottawa Police Service have released video of the intruder to the home of Liberal leader Justin Trudeau recently. The Ottawa Police Service Break and Enter Unit is seeking public assistance to identify a person of interest in relation to a recent nighttime prowling incident in the Rockliffe area. The […]

Is Tom Manley the Liberal Front Runner for Justin Trudeau in SD&SG by Jamie Gilcig – Aug 18, 2014

Is Tom Manley the Liberal Front Runner for Justin Trudeau in SD&SG by Jamie Gilcig – Aug 18, 2014

(Tom Manley holding Fitzy the Wonder Dachshund!) CFN –   Tom Manley is an interesting politician.   From his stunning results for the Green Party he shifted to the Liberals in SD&SG.   He has been one of the true pillars of the party since his run for MP a few elections ago. Fluently bilingual, […]

Ottawa Activist Russell Barth Examines Proposed Liberal Marijuana Policy – July 19, 2014

Ottawa Activist Russell Barth Examines Proposed Liberal Marijuana Policy – July 19, 2014

CFN – When ever any party sets out a plan to address any policy, they are, in effect, trying to predict the future and/or influence the outcome. No one can actually know what the future will bring, but if a ball is hit with a bat and it heads towards a house, everyone watching can make pretty good predictions about […]

Conrad Black: Justin Trudeau is Quebec’s Last Ticket In Canada MARCH 1, 2014

Conrad Black: Justin Trudeau is Quebec’s Last Ticket In Canada MARCH 1, 2014

CFN– Justin Trudeau, who is leading by approximately 10 points in the polls, looms as a very plausible winner of next year’s election in the aftermath of the generally successful Liberal meeting in Montreal last week. Concerns about his depth and gravitas persist, but the allure of his personality is undeniable.   A condensed version […]

Tom Manley at the Federal Liberal Biennial Policy Convention in Montreal – Feb 25, 2014

The Infrastructure Deficit

Tom Manley at the Federal Liberal Biennial Policy Convention in Montreal – Feb 25, 2014

CFN – A major discussion of the biennial Liberal Convention in Montreal was the need for infrastructure, both physical such as rail, human such as education, and services such as health care. Clearly, infrastructure is the critical role of government. Even though the private sector will usually build infrastructure, only government can pool the collective […]

Tom Manley at the Federal Liberal Biennial Policy Convention in Montreal – Feb 23, 2014

Tom Manley at the Federal Liberal Biennial Policy Convention in Montreal – Feb 23, 2014

CFN – The is the Liberal Party biennial policy convention in Montreal. What is a policy convention? After all, some presume that the Party Leader does what he wants to get votes. . So I asked Maryanne Kampouris about policy development. Maryanne was elected the National Policy Chair in 2012 and is acclaimed this year to a second term. […]

Tom Manley – Day 2 from the National Liberal Convention in Montreal – Feb 22, 2014 #cdnpoli

Tom Manley – Day 2 from the National Liberal Convention in Montreal – Feb 22, 2014 #cdnpoli

CFN –  Tom Manley, pictured with Stephane Dion & David Jones from right to left above, reports from Day 2 of the big Liberal AGM in Montreal. On media access: I remember reading that media access was really difficult at the recent Conservative convention last year. Therefore, I asked the question to Terry Milewski, Senior Correspondent […]

Tom Manley Reports from the National Liberal Convention in Montreal – Friday February 21, 2014

Tom Manley Reports from the National Liberal Convention in Montreal – Friday February 21, 2014

CFN – This is Tom Manley reporting from the floor of the national convention in Montreal of the Liberal Party of Canada. I am traveling from Cornwall and Stormont Dundas South Glengarry. With me are Del Jones of Morrisburg, president of the SDSG Federal Liberal Association and declared candidate for the Liberal provincial nomination. I […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Politics 101 & Trudeau – Feb 18, 2014

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Politics 101 & Trudeau – Feb 18, 2014

CFN – Once again we have a spending scandal occupying the attention of Canadians. This time however, it doesn’t involve our esteemed senators but two former generals, Andrew Leslie who is presently a senior Liberal advisor and Daniel Menard who retired in disgrace from the armed forces. Leslie claimed $72,000 for moving expenses and Menard […]

OP ED The Trudeau Senate Reality Check by Wes McLean, MLA Victoria-Tobique, New Brunswick Trudeau Senate Reality Check

OP ED The Trudeau Senate Reality Check by Wes McLean, MLA Victoria-Tobique, New Brunswick  Trudeau Senate Reality Check

Early on in Martin Scorcese’s 2006 film “The Departed”, Massachuesetts State Police Captain Oliver Queenan, played by Martin Sheen, tells the young aspirant, Billy Costigan, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, “We deal in deception here. What we do not deal in is self-deception.” We are deceiving ourselves if we believe that the Liberal Senate ouster is […]

How Dead is the Liberal Brand in SD&G Ontario? Local Provincial Riding Association AGM

Former MPP Jim Brownell returns to politics.

How Dead is the Liberal Brand in SD&G Ontario?  Local Provincial Riding Association AGM

Cornwall Ontario – James Borer was re-elected President of the Local Provincial Riding Association.   Mr. Borer’s trajectory in politics started with his own family issue that was assisted by MPP at the time, former Liberal Jim Brownell who quit before the next election. Mr. Brownell is aboard as a director along with a slew […]

Provincial Elections Lead to Federal Chess Game by Maddie Di Muccio – Jan 5, 2014

Provincial Elections Lead to Federal Chess Game by Maddie Di Muccio – Jan 5, 2014

CFN – Two provincial elections expected in the spring could have huge repercussions for the federal Conservatives. Just as Ground Hog Day is a sign that spring is coming, photos of Premier Kathleen Wynne showing up at the doors of Toronto homeowners with baskets of food indicates Ontarians will soon be heading to the polls. […]

P.J. Robertson of Morrisburg Ontario Gives MP Michael Chong’s Reform Act a Thumbs Up LTE

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013, Conservative MP Michael Chong introduced a private member’s bill known as the Reform Act, which is designed to renew parliamentary democracy in Canada. As I understand it, the Reform Act would: Empower MPs to represent their constituents rather than being the trained seals of respectively, the prime minister, the PMO, and party leaders Empower members of party caucuses to fire […]

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Liberals & Conservatives Can Both Claim Victory in Bye-Elections NOV 26, 2013

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Liberals & Conservatives Can Both Claim Victory in Bye-Elections NOV 26, 2013

CFN – Four more bye-elections enter the history books. The two main protagonists, Liberals and Conservatives can both claim victory and their spin machines are already in action. In politics what matters is that you get to send someone from your team to Ottawa, so in that sense the Conservatives can pat themselves on the […]