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Prentice says plenty of hard work ahead

BANFF, Alta. – Alberta Premier Jim Prentice delivered an upbeat message to convention delegates in his first convention speech since becoming PC leader and served notice on the opposition that the party is once again a force to be reckoned with. 364 more words


Doug Ford PC leadership movement gaining steam

The movement to draft Toronto mayoral runner-up Doug Ford to run for Progressive Conservative leader is gaining steam.

A slick new website, draftdougford.ca, went live on Wednesday, urging people to back the former Etobicoke councillor in the race to select a permanent successor to Tim Hudak. 323 more words


Late to the Party

As was the case throughout the general election; People’s Alliance are late to the party. They named their candidate for the Saint John East by-election a few days after everyone else; Arthur Watson. 247 more words

Lisa MacLeod formally enters Ontario PC leadership race

OTTAWA – Another candidate has formally jumped into the leadership race for Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives.

Ottawa-area MPP Lisa MacLeod launched her campaign on Sunday.

MacLeod already signalled earlier this fall that she would be a candidate to succeed Tim Hudak, who resigned after his party’s crushing defeat in the June provincial election. 67 more words


How can we take this vote seriously?

Here’s the joke (and riddle, too) of the season: the guy this political party offers Edmonton-Whitemud voters in the forthcoming by-election is (verbatim): “a proven leader who builds for the future and knows how to get things done.” 884 more words


Market Ex: Video: President Dwight Eisenhower on the American Safety Net

This post was originally posted at FRS Daily Times on WordPress, August, 2013

Dwight Eisenhower certainly wasn’t a Tea Party Republican economically or anything else. Whatever a Tea Party Republican is supposed to be, because there are many types. 177 more words

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