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David J. Climenhaga | Since when is the chief of staff to the prime minister of Canada a person of no consequence?
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David J. Climenhaga | On Stephen Harper, Jason Kenney and #SmockDoc: Tobacco is bad for your health. Climate change is real. Just sayin'!
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Mike Duffy
David J. Climenhaga | Sure sounds as if the Conservative strategy going forward will be the same old, same old: deny, smear, wedge, manipulate, deny.
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Krystalline Kraus | Mike Duffy and Nigel Wright! Oh yeah!
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Karl Nerenberg | Emails tabled at the Duffy trial show that Stephen Harper decided to ignore one of the constitutional residency provisions for senators. His own lawyer warned him that he was on thin ice.
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Karl Nerenberg | Mike Duffy's lawyer portrayed the PMO and its chief as being engaged in almost full-time damage control. It seems that the direction came from the top.
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Karl Nerenberg | Testimony and emails tabled in court on Wednesday show why Stephen Harper thought it was perfectly OK to name non-residents to the Senate. They show much about the workings of Harper's PMO.
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Linda Leon | Linda Leon asks Yukon MP what, exactly, constitutes political corruption. Because it sure looks like there's an awful lot of it going around in the Conservative Party right now.
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Mike Duffy
Geoffrey Stevens | Young Mike Duffy used shrewd instincts and hard work to climb the ladder. Then he overreached, just as the RCMP are overreaching with 31 criminal charges.
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Mike Duffy
David J. Climenhaga | In the court of public opinion, it behooves Canadians to consider the matter of the PMO-Senate Expenses Scandal much more quickly than the wheels of justice can be expected to grind.
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Linda McQuaig | The latest Nigel Wright saga gives us a rare and fascinating glimpse into just how accommodating the highest levels of the Harper government are to the entreaties of Big Oil.
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Doug Horner
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta's NDP said the party's legislative caucus will focus on the government’s attack on public service pensions for the rest of the legislative session.