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A cheap shot from the cheap seats.
Remember recently when we reported on the Conservative “snore-fest” leadership race in Ontario. Can you guess who might have read our report and decided to liven things up? It’s that kid in short pants who has nothing better to do as a ... [read more]
63 per cent of Canadians are traitors
When I told one of the advisers to Justin Trudeau why I supported the International effort against ISIS/ISIL – and when I pointed out that I agreed with right-wing extremist warmongers like Barack Obama, Lloyd Axworthy and Bob Rae – I w ... [read more]
Bucket List
1. Yellow, plastic, two litres 2. Green, plastic, ten litres 3. Wooden, five litres 4. Pink, child's beach toy size, with accompanying mini-shovel 5. Steel, used in Three Stooges pratfall 6. Odo's, used for regeneration [read more]
Striking a pleading for failure to comply with interim order
Koohestani v. Mahmood, 2015 ONCA 56: [read more]
A Costly Fix for One of the F-35's Achilles' Heels?
Word is out of yet another problem for the F-35.  It has an overheating problem that is said to keep it from going fast at low altitude, right where this less than stellar warplane needs to operate. [read more]
In Nunavut civil matters cross examination may occur before affidavits served
 Marion v KIA 2015 NUCJ 6: [read more]
Although it is a search which is not lawfully authorized that constitutes an unreasonable search that violates your privacy interests, the information obtained as a result of the search will not be excluded in a trial as its admission w ... [read more]
Canadians are waiting for the Hair.
The lights are on late in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). The price of crude oil is less than $50 a barrel. The Canadian dollar is trading just under 80 cents American. The surplus promised in the 2014-15 fiscal year is gone. The fed ... [read more]
A proposal for Newfoundland
The province still seems set on reducing the number of MHAs. I therefore present to the province my own proposal to help them achieve this without resulting in nearly as many problems as are possible under the current plan. [read more]
Mask from Cape Dorset
Levant Lawsuit Lurches Towards Conclusion
Buckets has emerged from cryo-sleep to give us this post.  After no less than two computer forensics companies declared that Richard Warman's computer had not even been turned on the day of the infamous "Cools Post", the judge has decid ... [read more]
The Taliban Finally Have Something to Worry About - ISIS
The Taliban have a new enemy, ISIS.  The Talibs figure ISIS is trying to take over their turf and, when former Taliban stalwart, Mullah Abdule Rauf Khadim, returned to Afghanistan after being released from Guantanimo, they took him down. [read more]
Revisiting Buck Rogers
Over the last couple of weeks I've been making my way through the Buck Rogers in the 25th Century DVD set that I picked up 11 years ago. 11 YEARS AGO? And I thought my book backlog was bad. [read more]
That Salman Guy, the Saudi King Whose Ass We're Lining Up to Kiss? Brace Yourself.
Maybe we should just paint the ISIS logo on those armoured fighting vehicles we're supplying to the Saudis. [read more]
My tri-partisan nature is revealed on Sun News
Going on @SunNewsNetwork with @LisaKirbie to say how amazing it is all #cdnpoli campaigns run by brilliant women – Telford, McGrath, Byrne. — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) January 28, 2015 [read more]
The Hypocrisy is Blinding
One of these people is Not Happy to Be Here Barack Obama cuts short his state visit to India, but not before lecturing his hosts on tolerance and women's rights, so that he can kiss the slippers of the new Saudi king, Salman. [read more]
CPC Bounce Begone
Grenier notes that Nanos' latest has some actual voting intention numbers rather than their typical index thing: Nanos's weekly index report has voting intentions numbers in it: 35% LPC, 31% CPC, 24% NDP, 6% GPC, 3% BQ (pg 22) http://t ... [read more]
Use of rejected alibi to show guilt
R v Avalak, 2015 NUCJ 04: [read more]
Oh sure, let’s blame Question Period.
The Prime Minister must be smiling. You can tell because his make-up is a bit askew. Someone told him that his favourite newspaper wants to get rid of Question Period in the House of Commons. As he explained to an aide, “Without Questio ... [read more]
Upcoming Queensland Election
Queensland, the North-East state of Australia, is holding it's state-level election. The two main parties are the Labor party, and the Liberal National Party, a coalition of the two parties in Australia's Coalition. The difference betwe ... [read more]
Go hard left, then go hard right
Either way, it’s veering all over the road. The anti-terror legislation isn’t tabled, yet, so no one outside a small circle within the government actually knows what is in it. Even though I – along with Lloyd Axworthy, Bob Rae, Gen. Rom ... [read more]
Doubleplusungood Art
As I've written before...some experiments just don't turn out the way you wanted.  Earl J. Woods is a professional writer based in Edmonton, Alberta. [read more]
Weak Economy? 'They' Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way.
Take it from Joe.  Nobel laureate economist Joe Stiglitz to be precise. [read more]
Failure to consider immigration consequences of sentence an error in principle
R. v. N. F., 2015 ONCA 51: [read more]
The enlightened world of gaming
I have never played a video game. Never. I just never got the hang of it, or was too busy, or whatever. It looked stupid, frankly. I bought my sons video games, however. I could tell the games were violent, of course, because they all a ... [read more]
"American Sniper" - to Chris Hedges, It's America's "Triumph of the Will"
What does the Eastwood hit movie, American Sniper, say about America in the 21st century?  To Chris Hedges it says a lot, none of it good. [read more]
Learning to Live With ENSO
The bad news is that ENSO is expected to get a helluva lot worse.  The worse news is that nobody really cares. [read more]
Only in Harperland is a Verdict a "Matter of Opinion"
Nice House of Commons You Got Here It'd Be a Shame if Something Happened to It Dean del Mastro wants a do-over.  Presumably it has something to do with being on the wrong side of the verdict in the four charges brought against him for ... [read more]
Ontario’s booze battle becomes a bar brawl.
Remember in the old western movies when the bad guy would punch the hero and everyone in the bar got into the fight. That is how it feels now that people are getting involved in the argument about beer, wine and liquor sales in Ontario. ... [read more]
Greek election results
Earlier I had predicted the following would be the result of the election: [read more]
Home Buyer Beware: Real Estate Representation Agreements
A cautionary tale on the consequences - and potential financial risks - of signing an exclusive representation agreement with an Ontario real estate agent. [read more]
Bye, Raj
It's easy to forget it now, but once upon a time Dr. Raj Sherman was perhaps the best-known politician in Alberta, back when he was a rabble-rousing backbencher in Premier Ed Stelmach's Progressive Conservative caucus. Raj defended publ ... [read more]
In Tuesday’s Sun: abolish Question Period!
Parliament is back in session, and so too Question Period. Nobody would dispute that the former is a crucial part of the way in which we govern ourselves.  But the latter? It’s more than irrelevant – it is arguably harmful to our democr ... [read more]
Fox News North Deal Stalls As Teneycke Balks?
From Canadaland: [read more]
Pole dancing?
Of the Law Societies of Upper Canada and Nunavut [read more]
Crown appeal from acquittal
R. v. K.C., 2015 ONCA 39: [read more]
What It Takes to Watch FOX (or Sun) News - by John Cleese
Legendary Python, John Cleese, gets down to the basics of what it takes to be a viewer of FOX (and we might add Sun) News. [read more]
Seat projections are voodoo politics
But they’re fun. Here’s CBC’s latest, which you can take with several gargantuan grains of salt. [read more]
40 Years of Downsizing Democracy
The Tyee's Murray Dobbins sees signs everywhere that our civilization is heading for collapse. [read more]
A Troubling Disconnect
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has criticized the bigwigs attending the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos for a lack of focus on green infrastructure investment. [read more]
Well, They Do Have It Coming
If you can't stand the heat, get out of Australia.  A new report claims that the 'land down unda' will be hit harder by climate change impacts than the rest of the world. [read more]
No reasonable offer refused!
It is an election year and, accordingly, folks are already asking me about banner advertising on this here web site. Last time, the Libs got to it first. This time, who knows? First come, first served. Marijuana Party of Canada, this co ... [read more]
Comment rules
Someone using a false name and false email address has tried this morning to make criminal accusations about Kathleen Wynne and Team on this web site’s comments section. I have told that person I will not approve such comments. Here, ag ... [read more]
Just a Matter of Time
Mini-drones, hand-launched devices that can deliver small payloads on flights of 15-minutes or more.  The Genie is out of the bottle and proof came in the form of a small drone found on the lawns of the White House. [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for the week of January 19, 2015
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for the week of January 19, 2015:  Arrival of electronic document delivery drags Ontario lawyers kicking and screaming into the 21st Century Game change: Jamaica is about to ... [read more]
Lord Cross-the-Pond still ponders.
Finding another commentary by Lord Cross-the-Pond, Conrad Black, in this past weekend’s National Post only proves that he really needs something serious to do. And we can assure him that his friend Paul Godfrey needs no help in running ... [read more]
In today’s Hill Times: where’s the plan?
What a difference a few weeks make. Not so long ago, the federal government was counting on a structural surplus — and lots of largess to dispense at around the time of the final budget before the general election. Not so long ago, the ... [read more]
But Gosh It Sure Looks Purty
One of the great threats facing mankind discussed at this year's World Economic Forum meeting in Davos is algae blooms triggered by agricultural run off into coastal waters and freshwater lakes and rivers. [read more]
Gruending On John A. & Clearing The Plains
Since James Daschuk's Clearing The Plains came out last year Canadian's have been forced to reassess  John A. MacDonald's place in the pantheon of Canadian heros.  Among a fair bit of back-and-forth on the subject, Dennis Gruending's sh ... [read more]
Snow day
Of the Law Societies of Upper Canada and Nunavut [read more]
Consecutive and concurrent sentences
Cumulative punishments are known as consecutive sentences. This only applies to jail sentences, all other sentences run concurrently. [read more]
Religion's Twelve Deadly Sins
Alternet's Valerie Tarico has written an insightful piece about 12-concepts, integral to organized religions, that "promote conflict, cruelty, suffering and death rather than love and peace." [read more]
What Memories Real?
A few days ago Jeff commented on the opening montage of the film version of the Buck Rogers in the 25th Century pilot, surmising that not only did Buck spend 500 years dreaming about scantily clad space women, but that the events of the ... [read more]
A Nation Vexed by Anti-Vaxxers?
There's a cult in the United States that's come to be called the "Anti-Vaxxers." The term describes parents who prevent their kids from receiving ordinary medical vaccinations. They claim the vaccines are a greater threat to their child ... [read more]
It is recess time in the Ontario PC leadership.
It is like a middle school recess time. You should not need playground monitors but it is still a good idea to periodically look outside and make sure there are no brawls. We are pleased to report that nothing very much is happening tha ... [read more]
The Day I Lost the Pillow Fight at Lister Hall
I retired with a record of 1 win, 1 loss. This would have been an event for "King Louis," the annual...I'm not sure what you'd call it. It was a sort of contest of champions between floors at the residence. We competed in offbeat games ... [read more]
Ditto What Australia Said. America Can Be a "Dangerous Ally"
Former Australian prime minister (1975-83), Malcolm Fraser, fears his country's dependence on the United States could drag Australia into a war not of its own choosing, a war with China. [read more]
Dog sledding in Kimmirut
When All the King's Horses and All the King's Men Can't.
The Atlantic's James Fallows was interviewed on Bill Maher's show last night. The discussion focused on Fallows' article in the latest edition, "The Tragedy of the American Military." [read more]
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