Poor Valentina Lisitsa. She feels that she’s been wronged! She’s also old enough to know better.
Category Archives: politics
It’s funny how politicians’ concern for their constituents disappear when they take power, isn’t it? And by ‘funny,’ I mean not funny at all.
My MP is going to clean up this annoying ISIL situation! He’s mum on how, though.
…for the racist conspiracy theorists.
Thomas Mulcair is chasing the sound bite, not realizing (or not caring) that his proposal makes no sense.
What happens when your MP takes responsibility for a ministerial portfolio? Based on my experience, the minister’s riding must fend for itself without representation.
Federal Conservatives want legal permission to do something, and they don’t want you to have the same permission. But it feels as if there’s more to it, somehow.
Joyce is back! This time for city council. And she’s already called! It’s just like old times.
My MP seems too busy to field simple questions from his constituents.
Are nurses getting ripped off while MPs shower themselves with salary increases?