A politician thinks of the next election.A leader thinks of the next generation ~ James Clarke

If back-pedaling were cardio, by the time next May comes around every BC Liberal in caucus should be able to qualify for the Boston marathon… Case in point, yesterdays coordinated government press conferences aimed at settling down the growing outrage from parents groups around the province, yet only succeeded in fueling the flames of discontent.Continue reading A politician thinks of the next election.A leader thinks of the next generation ~ James Clarke

Complicit…or incompetent? Questions continue to pile up for the Premier, who continues to ignore them all.

“Honesty, integrity, and accountability, the values, which should be the hallmark of this government, have instead been thrown under the bus by an arrogant majority, casualties in a misguided campaign to shield from accountability those who abuse this House.” ~ Louise Slaughter “The fatal attraction of government is that it allows busybodies to impose decisionsContinue reading Complicit…or incompetent? Questions continue to pile up for the Premier, who continues to ignore them all.

50 shades of wrong: Why the BC Liberal government has lost all moral authority to govern #ChristyResign

I was watching Question Period earlier today as the opposition was asking hard questions of Amrik Virk – again. ‘How is it possible that in all the years of the health firings investigation, there were no documents created across two ministers and high-level staff?’ Dix wanted to know. Virks responses at first consisted of theContinue reading 50 shades of wrong: Why the BC Liberal government has lost all moral authority to govern #ChristyResign

“If you kept the small rules, you could break the big ones.” ― George Orwell

Filed under: “Things that make you go hmmm…” In response to my last post, I’ve received many emails asking about the removal of penalties from Bill 5- the Information Management Act. It’s clearly an issue people are concerned about but an obstacle for many is simply the language contained in reading the act or evenContinue reading “If you kept the small rules, you could break the big ones.” ― George Orwell