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There’s an old adage that we get the government we deserve.
Political parties have long abused your tax dollars for political purposes.
With all the propaganda surrounding LNG and the Enbridge pipeline, it’s easy to be convinced by the Premier’s claim.
Frankly, I’m glad someone who isn’t an “expert” in carbon trading schemes is examining this highly controversial activity.
There was a time when cabinet ministers resigned their positions if questions were raised about their conduct.
When I told my wife in 2004 that I was thinking about running in the next provincial election, she told me I wasn’t thick-skinned enough.
The Liberal government has been facing uncomfortable questions about internal e-mails outlining their “multicultural outreach” strategy.
The PST legislation passed without fanfare in the Legislature this week, bringing an end to the four-year long HST debacle.
I’d like to say that there are some interesting things in the budget tabled in the Legislature this week.
Forestry, mining, and agriculture all made cameo appearances in this week’s Throne Speech.
This week Independent MLAs called on the leaders of BC’s major political parties to commit to a reform agenda.
The government has chosen to ignore this reality and appears intent on getting the Burns Lake mill rebuilt at any cost.
Just when you think politics in BC can’t get any weirder…
I have mixed feelings about the Idle No More protests.
This week British Columbians found out that our Auditor General, John Doyle, will not be reappointed.
’Tis the season for rest, reflection and… reform? Okay, so I needed another R word.
Over the past few months I’ve been working on a number of very complex files, and I’m very appreciative of the support I’ve received.
There is nothing more hypocritical than a politician who espouses fiscal prudence.
It’s bad enough that the BC Liberals continue to use taxpayer money to feed us propaganda about the state of B.C.’s economy.
It’s always fascinating how politicians jump at the opportunity to get their photos taken when private companies make ...