Monthly Archives: December 2010

According to plan

Liberals have five point lead over NDP. It’s all going according to plan…. Wait, there is no plan. And I know the barrage of attacks will follow but consider this, no matter how it’s spun the pattern is still “attack … Continue reading

Posted in BC Liberals, BC Politics | 17 Comments

MSM: who will break the barrier?

24 Hours, which may or may not count, is the first sort of member of the MSM to publish a story based on the Basi memos revealed by blogger Alex Tsakumis.

Posted in BC Liberals, BC Politics, BC Rail | 14 Comments

What’s up with the warrants

As I wrote earlier today, there seem to be some missing search warrants.  It wasn’t just David Basi and Bob Virk who were the targets of RCMP searches almost seven years ago today.  Search warrants were also issued for the … Continue reading

Posted in BC Liberals, BC Politics, BC Rail | Tagged | 7 Comments

AGT must read

Alex Tsakumis has David Basi’s memos to file, written during the BC Rail bid process and notarized and dated.  He plans to publish one or more a day. Believe what you want but the memos add credence to the rationale … Continue reading

Posted in BC Liberals, BC Rail | 9 Comments

What has Alex Tsakumis got?

Alex Tsakumis is promising some devastating news this week regarding Christy Clark and the BC Rail trial. It’s well known that Clark’s campaign team and fellow travelers reads like a witness list in the Basi Virk trial:  Patrick Kinsella, Jess … Continue reading

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And spin it, he does

Tieleman is claiming the closing of the 21 point gap is all attributable to Campbell resigning.  No arguments just a claim. But the pollster doesn’t agree.  Mario Cansenco of Angus Reid believes that the elimination of the gap is attributable … Continue reading

Posted in BC Politics | 25 Comments

Spin this Jenny, Bill et al

From the CBC website: “A new poll has put the B.C. Liberals and the NDP in a dead heat for voter support with 36 per cent support for each, as the two parties race to replace their leaders. Support for … Continue reading

Posted in BC Politics | 29 Comments

The Tyee drinks some kind of Koolaid

I see the Tyee, funded by progressives and home to leadership coup leader Bill Tieleman, is now touting Christy Clark as the best new face of women in politics. I’m thinking of changing the name of my blog to “the … Continue reading

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Like Norm says…

An excellent piece on hyprocritical rationalization.

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On comments

I was told when I started this that comment management can be a pain in the ass.  And it is.  I really don’t know the protocol so I figure it out myself.  I try and ensure all opinions are represented.  … Continue reading

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