Tag: sean holman

Whipped Airs on CPAC **updated: Now streaming online as well.

And it couldn’t have come at a better time, in my opinion. If you haven’t seen Sean Holman’s stunning new documentary, this is your chance. http://partydiscipline.ca/2013/07/whipped-airs-this-week-on-cpac/ The Cable Public Affairs Channel is scheduled to broadcast Whipped: the secret world of party discipline this week… Continue Reading “Whipped Airs on CPAC **updated: Now streaming online as well.”

“There has always been, and there is now, a profound conflict of interest between the people and the government…” ~ Howard Zinn

On the eve of what is most likely going to be a change in government in this province, one would think that I would be exceptionally excited about all of it. After all, I’ve spent many years researching and writing stories on the current Liberal government, holding them… Continue Reading ““There has always been, and there is now, a profound conflict of interest between the people and the government…” ~ Howard Zinn”

“Whipped: the secret world of party discipline.” A documentary about the secret world of party discipline, which forces MLAs to vote against their constituents and even their own conscience.

Hold onto your hats everyone, Election 2013 just took a twist. Sean Holman, formerly of Public Eye Online, is about to première his stunning new documentary, and in doing so may change the way British Columbians view party politics – and it’s about time. In… Continue Reading ““Whipped: the secret world of party discipline.” A documentary about the secret world of party discipline, which forces MLAs to vote against their constituents and even their own conscience.”

A time to mourn. What will become of independent journalism?

Entrenched as I have been in municipal campaign matters, I have had little time to do much more than absorb the shock of Sean Holman shutting down Public Eye Online and keep on going. But today, with a brief moment to sit and have a… Continue Reading “A time to mourn. What will become of independent journalism?”