Conrad Black on the North Korea Crisis – 081217

  Toronto Ontario – It has been painful to read and watch the asinine Canadian media reaction to the North Korean crisis. The focus has not been on the lunacy of the North Korean regime but on President Trump U.S. President Donald Trump, left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping. It has been painful to read… Continue reading Conrad Black on the North Korea Crisis – 081217

Conrad Black : Exaggerated Reaction to Brexit from the EU JUNE 26, 2016

The absurdly exaggerated reaction to the British vote to leave the European Union demonstrates the complacency and incompetence of the governing elites in Britain and Western Europe, and how those attitudes rippled out, unchallenged, in the international media and financial markets. There is some analogy with the comeuppance given the American political class by the… Continue reading Conrad Black : Exaggerated Reaction to Brexit from the EU JUNE 26, 2016

The Tories’ best strategy? Replace Stephen Harper by Conrad Black OCT 4, 2014

CFN – The talk one hears around Ottawa these days about Stephen Harper calling a snap election is nonsense. If the prime minister called an election over the determination of Unifor (created last year from the merger of the Canadian Auto Workers and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers unions) to launch an ad blitz against… Continue reading The Tories’ best strategy? Replace Stephen Harper by Conrad Black OCT 4, 2014

Conrad Black: In Scotland and Quebec, Separatism is a Dead Pigeon

CFN – All of the usual responses quickly occurred after the Scottish referendum last week: The defeated separatists, although their leader announced his retirement from politics, claimed that they represented the forces of history and that having got from a standing start to 45% on their first try, they would cross the finish line next… Continue reading Conrad Black: In Scotland and Quebec, Separatism is a Dead Pigeon

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