Saturday, December 17, 2005

Anyone but Harper

Harper's Tough Sell for Change

Why the Greens Aren't Very Green

The Case Against a Martin Majority

Voters Like Layton, Not NDP: Poll

Duceppe's Political Polish Shines in Debate

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Sunday, December 11, 2005

Why is No One dissing NAFTA?

the Widening Wasteland of the American Media

Terrorist Plot Exposed in Venezuela

Trybrid Car

Greenland Glaciers Rapidly Melting

Alberta's Klein Government has Undermined the Impartiality of the Labour Relations Board

...and I haven't heard any reporting on anyone, during our winter federal election campaign, saying that the NAFTA should be overturned, dismissed, abrogated(that's the word I was hoping for!)

Yes! Let's abrogate the NAFTA and put our federal electees to work negotiating across all sectors for new trade deals that benefit Canadians not corporations. I live in a country, not an economy. Perhaps we could join Mercosur, hmm.

I'm waiting for the candidates to arrive at the door, so I can ask them about that. If I get to pose my question to any of them, I'll let you know.

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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Stephen Harper Will Never Be Prime Minister

Haiti's "prisoner of conscience" diagnosed with life-threatening medical problem

Haiti's Election: Seeing the Forest and the Trees

Buzz - a 'rogue' labour leader

Ecuador's New Canadian Ambassador Helped Plan Haiti Coup

OAS and EU Statements Note Transparent Elections, Voter Distrust venezuelan elections

Venezuela's Quiet Election

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Saturday, December 03, 2005

Imagine the NDP with all 14 seats in Saskatchewan

The Case Against a Martin Majority by Murray Dobbin

Another Minority Government, We Hope

Venezuelan President accuses U.S. of Masterminding Opposition Election Boycott

Canada Out of Haiti

Where's the Money in Haiti to Sue President Aristide?

Update on Fr. Jean-Juste

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