This week, we speak with veteran journalist and author Michael Harris about his most recent book, “Party of One: Stephen Harper and Canada’s Radical Makeover.”
Also, we look at a situation in the Premier’s office that certainly smells like conflict-of-interest. Plus, an update on the murder of Truro police officer Catherine Campbell.
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If anyone believes a government or Kevin Page can produce a credible 40 year life cycle cost for a fleet of aircraft I have a swamp for sale.
Crude oil is supposed to be at $200 a barrel according to the guessers back in 1981.
Can anyone tell me what the price of heating oil will be for the next 10 years ?
How many people remember Mark Carney warning Canadians that interest rates were about to go up ? He said it for so long that the Tory brain trust in Britain made him Governor of the Bank of England and he has spent the last several years repeating the same message.
“If we are to have a democracy . . . ” Meanwhile, the Blue Jays!!! Do your homework, citizens – your way of life is under attack, and it’s all been lost already. But we still have the possibility of restoring some of the losses. But Harper and the Corporatocratic meat heads are working on taking away that possibility, I’m pretty sure. I’m still in disbelief about so many things – like many, my life is good. Why rock the boat, thinks the sly brain . . .