Archive for the ‘Byline’ Category
Well this morning we have yet another poll predicting what I have been saying all along, Trudeau as Liberal Leader will win.
According to a Forum Research poll conducted for National Post a Trudeau led Liberal Party would win 160 seats, a majority government by today’s seat count.
That is if an election were held today. Read more…
McGuinty will stay on until a successor is found.
Worse still, there is talk he may run for the federal Liberal leadership meaning even people outside of this province will not be safe from him.
Much has been made of McGuinty’s record with some fawning tributes and others offering the kind of begrudging praise departing politicians often seem to get regardless of their accomplishments.
As someone that covered McGuinty as an opposition MPP, as my own local MPP and as premier, let me say I’m not impressed. Read more…
A report has been released by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. If you didn’t know there was a permanent UN committee on this then remember what I have told you before, the UN considers itself a government, a world government in waiting, and they think that their rules should supersede Canadian law.
Think I’m overstating this? Read more…
The United Nations is meeting for its General Assembly this week and once again some of my favourite thugs will get to speak. We’ll get to hear from Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, two men that should never be allowed into polite company.
We’ll also get to hear from Egypt’s Mohamed Morsi who let violent riots fester and who thinks Sharia law is an exportable feature of the Arab spring.
Big on the agenda for UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is the question of Syria and the ongoing violence there, a violence the UN has failed to stop in the most glaring example of UN failure.
I’ve made my views on the UN clear for some time, Canada should leave this corrupt body. Unfortunately our government isn’t there yet. They are thankfully no longer slavishly heaping praise on the UN the way many Canadians used to but they aren’t ready to pull the plug.
So what can we expect at the UN this week?