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Rick Salutin | Thrice the brinded cat hath mewed/ Thrice and once the hedge-pig whined/ Harper cries 'tis time, 'tis time: A return to the Shakespearean origins of the drama in Canada's Senate.
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Karl Nerenberg | If Stephen Harper made a top ten list of what he believed to be a record of his greatest accomplishments while Prime Minister, what would it include? The Senate scandal? Prorogation? Let's imagine!
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Jeff Wells | Toronto Mayor Rob Ford takes it upon himself to write Senator Mike Duffy the reference letter he needs to really and truly show his character.
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Karl Nerenberg | If it is true that Stephen Harper knew nothing about the two cheques and nothing about the arrangements negotiated with Senator Mike Duffy, what does it tell us about Harper as a leader?
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Karl Nerenberg | What was Stephen Harper thinking when he named Mike Duffy and Pamela Wallin to represent provinces in which they did not reside? These appointments were illegal and unconstitutional from the start.
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rabbleTV | Tom Mulcair challenges Stephen Harper this week in question period to come clean about the Senate scandals.
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Karl Nerenberg | Stephen Harper has either deliberately misinformed the House and the Canadian people; or somehow he was, himself, misinformed by key members of his entourage. Either way it is not a pretty picture.
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Karl Nerenberg | During question period on Wednesday, Harper seemed to say that Nigel Wright both "acted alone" and "named" the people he acted with in this $90,000 caper. But that can't be true...
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rabble staff | News is flying fast with the throne speech and the Senate scandal continuing. Keep the stories coming!
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Andreas Krebs, Suzanne Gallant | We don't want calm Tom. We want the raging, seething, forehead-vein-popping apoplectitude we were promised. So we decided to rewrite the past in hopes it will provide some guidance for the future.
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Retiree Matters, Gerry Jones | "If those who make the law do not observe it, who will?" That question was posted by a judge in sentencing a provincial politician in Saskatchewan in 1995.
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Karl Nerenberg | The list of the Harper government's mortal sins is long, and it includes sins against democracy itself.