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Did Judas Hang Himself, or was that 1st Century Fake News?

His Role in Jesus’ Story is So Misunderstood When you consider how the winning side always gets to write the history books, it shouldn’t be a surprise to be told that one of the villains of the Passover Plot was … Continue reading

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I Swear to Tell the Truth … So Help Me God

If only…

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I Knew There Must Have Been More to This…

Scandal (1989) At the time of the Profumo Affair, as it is known, the idea that a ‘call girl’ could be sleeping with a government minister under Harold Macmillan and associating with a Soviet consular official at the same time … Continue reading

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Opening the “Gate” on Political Scandals

Watergate There’s a lot of it about: no, not scandals; ‘gate’ used as a shorthand for political scandal. The most recent example is “Obamagate”, touted by Trump in this election year as the greatest scandal of all time. Really? I … Continue reading

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Wikileaks Dump Highlights CPC Tricks

Julian Assange You wouldn’t think that Wikileaks would be interested in Canadian politics, would you? Well, that’s what I thought when I was trolling through some of the files from last week’s Wikileaks dump. But one title caught my eye: … Continue reading

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Alliance Insider: Patriotic or Treasonous?

“Arthur” and the Round Table Knights It’s like having someone whisper in your ear: the title of today’s post is ‘Alliance Insider’. So, I do my research and come up with this image. Which then leads to this page. WTF? … Continue reading

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Trump’s Right Hand Person

Kellyanne Conway (Jan 20, 1967 @ 8:58 am, Atco NJ) I asked this question in the previous post: what is Conway‘s role in the White House? The answer is normally worded as ‘Counselor to the President of the United States’. … Continue reading

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Do As I Say, Not As I Do?

Hypocrite We’ve had a couple of bad examples of this tendency lately. Andrew Scheer, the outgoing Conservative leader here in Canada, has shown this ‘flaw’ before, but his recent ‘faux pas’┬áconcerning the COVID-19 ‘rule’ of social distancing takes the cake. … Continue reading

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Is Capitalism in its Death Throes?

Ah Choo!! It might be a bit premature to ask this question, but it seems pertinent to the present pandemic. The question was prompted by a comment my son-in-law made to my wife, last night, about the fact that capitalism … Continue reading

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A Month in Politics is a Long Time

We’re Back! Even a weekend is enough to change everything. A month ago, I suggested that Trump had accomplished what he set out to do: defeat Biden. But Trump didn’t reckon on Democrats from the South deciding that Joe Biden … Continue reading

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