And the Oscar goes to… Wally Oppal, for “Worst Performance in a Public Inquiry” …

  Please, if anyone knows Wally ( I'm a movie star) Oppal, please tell him I think there is something so sick, so wrong, about his choice to take a role, as a gunshot victim in a movie about a serial killer - period. His personal choice makes a mockery of his current public standing overseeing … Continue reading And the Oscar goes to… Wally Oppal, for “Worst Performance in a Public Inquiry” …

This is what’s wrong with our “Justice” system

Earlier this year, on March 13th, I blogged about a shooting that had occurred in broad daylight, in a residential cul-de-sac where children play freely. Some men were arguing in front of one of the homes. The verbal disagreement became a physical fight and at that time another man puled out a gun and shot … Continue reading This is what’s wrong with our “Justice” system

” The Kinsella Connection” – It’s no secret that Patrick Kinsella is one of Gordon Campbell’s closest friends…

having co-chaired the Liberals’ 2001 and 2005 campaigns.   A wonderful bit of work has come my way from a very keen source, that I would like to share with you – it’s a detailed look at Patrick Kinsella’s dealings. Forgive the format- wordpress isn’t always the best in this area...   Patrick Kinsella’s consulting … Continue reading ” The Kinsella Connection” – It’s no secret that Patrick Kinsella is one of Gordon Campbell’s closest friends…

Premier Gordon Campbell feeling the heat as allegations of political interference find their way into Basi-Virk hearings

Defence alleges possibility of political interference by Premier Campbell through Attorney General's ministry The defence in the BC Legislature Raid trial today raised in BC Supreme Court the possibility that Premier Gordon Campbell used the attorney general's ministry to politically interfere with the case. Defence lawyer Kevin McCullough alleged in a combative presentation that Justice … Continue reading Premier Gordon Campbell feeling the heat as allegations of political interference find their way into Basi-Virk hearings

BC Liberals End spring session early- more eager to campaign than answer some very uncomfortable questions

I could not believe my ears yesterday, after hearing that the spring session of the legislature would be ending two days early- apparently because members are more eager to get out campaigning than answer questions or take care of business. http://www.cknw.com/Channels/Reg/NewsLocal/Story.aspx?ID=1077209  And they are leaving some unfinished business laying about- the premier never did get … Continue reading BC Liberals End spring session early- more eager to campaign than answer some very uncomfortable questions

Campbell: ” I know that many people think they can turn this into an election issue…”

Shall I put a pot of coffee on , Premier? Because it sure is time for you to wake up and smell it....  we don't need to turn this into an election issue, because you've already done that by refusing to answer for your actions despite repeated questions by the media, the NDP and the … Continue reading Campbell: ” I know that many people think they can turn this into an election issue…”

Criminals facing trial applaud VANOC’s commandeer of the RCMP for 10 weeks during 2010

If you don't follow David Berner's  blog now, I suggest that you do. He writes and comments and talks about various important issues facing those of us in Lotusland, and often touches on items that would otherwise escape the scrutiny of the public. Imagine my surprise when scrolling through his feed this morning, to see … Continue reading Criminals facing trial applaud VANOC’s commandeer of the RCMP for 10 weeks during 2010

Why won’t Premier Gordon Campbell and StoneWally Oppal just answer the damn question?

Why did Premier Gordon Campbells buddy( and Liberal wizard), Patrick Kinsella,  get paid nearly $300,000 from BC Rail in the period around the sale of BC Rail?   And why won't the premier tell us?  What  more does he have to hide? Wally Oppal refuses to answer, out and out lying when he says the matter … Continue reading Why won’t Premier Gordon Campbell and StoneWally Oppal just answer the damn question?

Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.

  “While there are some concerns about safety after dark in the city as a whole, most people feel quite safe in their own neighbourhoods. “ - Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts responding to a 2007 Crime Survey in which 71% of respondents said they don't feel safe at night.  Diane Watts believes it’s a case of … Continue reading Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.