Monthly Archives: June 2010

“B.C. business groups seek to have anti-HST bid rejected”

Let’s see… BC business groups seek to deny the 81% of British Columbians who oppose the HST and the 706,000 BCers who signed the petition their say.  To see how the average person is reacting check out the comments on … Continue reading

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Me? A Fraser Institute Target?

Fraser Institute Communications Director Dean Pelkey must do a lot of internet surfing to find my tiny little blog.  But he did earlier today and quickly trashed my earlier post about the Institute’s recycled op-ed in the Sun. He has … Continue reading

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You Just Don’t Get It, Do You?

The Editorial Board of the Vancouver Sun loves the Campbell Liberals, loves the HST and loves the Fraser Institute (the Editorial Page editor is a former Institute employee).  How else to explain the Sun’s decision to reprint a mind numbing … Continue reading

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Everbody’s Got Something To Hide

“I don’t remember” sounds a whole lot better than “I’ve got something to hide.”  And that’s what I think Martyn Brown’s testimony at the BC Rail Trial adds up to. In fact what Martyn Brown’s testimony does reveal is his … Continue reading

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Martyn Brown Does Alzheimer’s

Just back from healing up the radiation down south – hair fell out! even though they promised me my thinning strands would stay put – and had two days before my first hospital appointment so I stumbled into the greatest … Continue reading

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Dirty, Dirty…

Pool, that is.  And it’s found over on the citycaucus.com site where former Sam Sullivan campaign organizer Mike Klassen – in an apologia for the Liberal government’s pathetic recommendations for municipal campaign reform – somehow puts Vision Vancouver in the … Continue reading

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