It’s always fun listening to politicians insist on how vitally important their latest pointless taxpayer-funded excursion was.
It’s even more fun when it’s a big-feelin’ politician. Because big-feelin’ politicians tend to go farther afield than most. Which brings us to Mike Savage’s recent jaunt to Rio de Janeiro.
At 145 pages, Murray Segal’s independent review of the police and prosecution’s response to the Rehtaeh Parsons case should be an exhaustive document. It’s not. It’s exhausting, but it’s not exhaustive.
September 24, 2015, at 7:03 p.m. marked a magical point in history. It was when helicopter parenting, over-sharing on social media and 1950s-style anti-homosexual paranoia combined to give us... well, Wanker of the Week. That’s fairly historic, no?
Halifax Councillor Steve Adams has been around almost as long as Frank Magazine.
Little Stevie Wonder began his councillor days back in 1991, so we’ve got four years on Little Stevie. And actually Little Stevie isn’t quite so little, anymore. A quarter of a century later, Little Stevie is more a WLS, or as we here in the Frank Bunker refer to it, a Wide Load Stevie.
Federal politics is just so far removed from the people to which it is supposed to matter the most. The constituents.
The sacking of Kings-Hants Dipper candidate 33-year-old Morgan Wheeldon had nothing to do with the fine people of Kings-Hants, and everything to do with the fine people of Outremont.
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