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Monthly Archive for May, 2013

The future of our province was at stake; the results disastrous. “And everybody praised the Duke Who this great fight did win.” “But what good came of it at last?” Quoth little Peterkin. “Why, that I cannot tell,” said he, “But ’twas a famous victory.” As I surveyed the rubble from the recent election I […]

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In a way I share an experience with the late Elijah Harper, who nixed the Meech Lake Accord. I have been airbrushed out of CKNW’s history – Rafe Who? – while the late Mr. Harper is a national non-event thanks to the Central Canadian Establishment. The background to Meech is pretty straightforward. Brian Mulroney needed […]

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Over the years I have done blogs, editorials and the like unto the thousands. This is the all time shortest. Within the next four years, BC Hydro, once as good a power utility as there  was in the world, will be broken up. It is, you see, presently bankrupt by private corporation standards, and only […]

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Christy Clark has pulled off the sort of miracle the Boston Bruins managed when coming back from a 4-1 deficit to the Leafs recently. One would be ungracious not to extend congratulations. The story is more than a matter of manners, for the truth is that Adrian Dix blew the election – big time. I […]

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Former Socred Cabinet Minster Rafe Mair tells it like it is in this powerhouse speech on April 24 in Merritt, at the outset of the BC election campaign. Mair minces no words, zeroing in on the BC Liberals’ real economic record, which stands in stark contrast to the one being presented by Christy Clark throughout […]

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They’ve proven to be no friends to BC’s finances, nature or the truth. The polls are “tightening”? Have we taken leave of our senses? Surely the people of B.C. can’t endure another four years of corruption and mismanagement! Here are my top five reasons why Christy Clark and her party must be refused a new […]

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