WATCH: Stephen Harper is claiming credit for a $5-billion surplus in the first quarter, but the other parties — and many Canadians — are casting a doubtful eye. 640 more words
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WATCH ABOVE: It’s been a busy couple of weeks on the campaign trail. From the Duffy trial to wild swings on the markets, Canadians have had a lot to absorb. 840 more words
Hillary better watch out.
When Hillary under-estimated the black dude from Illinois, things didn’t go well for her.
But this time, it’s a pot smoking socialist that might block her way. 458 more words
Summer Labour brings no profit: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll (16th August 2015)
Adrian Kavanagh, 15th August 2015
Tomorrow sees another poll in the monthly series of Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls. There are mixed messages for the government parties in this opinion poll. 4,867 more words
By Andrew Bolt ~
This is news, even here in Australia.
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As pressure builds on Hillary Clinton to explain her official use of personal email while serving as secretary of state, she faced new complications Tuesday.
We took time over this weekend to see a movie; we didn’t have time to see it in Cinemas, we had heard reviews from other movie Lovers who were glad they saw it and loved it, so we finally saw it on Saturday and it has never been the same since then! 562 more words
Earlier in the previous week, Executives from Walmart met with the newly elected Governor of Lagos state, Nigeria, Akinwunmi Ambode to discuss the progress of bringing the “almighty” Walmart into Lagos and according to sunnewonline, Governor Ambode assured the Executives last Thursday, he was ready to give the necessary support to assist the firm in establishing it’s presence in Lagos. 473 more words