It's all in the family
Who knew airing your dirty laundry could make money?
To be fair, I think all of us can agree that's true. But I certainly would never choose to go public about it. Maybe revealing the divisions in the Liberal party is all about being open and transparent.
In any event, back to Ferguson, "But when the chips are down, most of us turn first to our families for support and encouragement. And at times like that, families set their differences aside and pull together to fight for what's right."
— Alison Crawford
- The "Welcome to the Cheque Republic" buttons were popular at last weekend's Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner. And now there's a website. Today, the Liberals launched www.chequerepublic.ca. It seems the oversized novelty cheque story has had an entirely unanticipated stimulus effect --... Continue reading this post
- Just a Small Detail
- What a curious omission. Yesterday, CBC contacted the office of Natural Resources Minister Lisa Raitt to ask about the lobbyist who helped organize a fundraiser on her behalf on Sept. 24. Michael B. McSweeney is vice-president of the Cement Association... Continue reading this post