These are examples of why the US and Canada cannot have nice things. We’ve idiots in government. Who put them there? Was it voters, or people with even more direct influence like Donald Trump and Stephen Harper?
EPA Pruitt is touting a long discredited idea pushed by Heartland Inst. and so-called “Friends of Sci.”.
Can’t blame Premier Wall on Harper or Trump, unfortunately. He’s all your doing, SaskParty voters.
Dear Minister Goodale:
Please help refugees stranded by the illegal and immoral Republican ban on Muslim people going to the United States. You could grant access to Canada for any family that had already been granted an American Visa which was subsequently cancelled yesterday by the Republicans. This is an international humanitarian crisis, and I want Canada to be a leader in the rescue. Perhaps Air Canada could also assist with this important task.
Now, it may be Trump’s turn to make everything worse. I’m not planning on blogging about Trump very much, however. The man gets far too much attention, and that’s one of the things that brought him to power in the United States. While Harper was wrecking Canada, I couldn’t help but write about his lying, cheating, and bad governance. I think I can help writing about Trump. Today is an exception. Sorry.
Many of his supporters are fully delusional. The example below says “Only dopes use snopes,” referring to the meme/fact-checking website with an excellent reputation for explaining the root of misinformation circulating online. To attack Snopes, Stefan cites Breitbart, a racist “news” site which backs Trump.
What brought up this shameful incident again?
I’ve been to two other Gwynne Dyer lectures at the U of R, and each time they are very interesting presentations of what has happened in the world. There is also a little predicting going on, so if you’re curious what could happen, settle in, and listen to it all.
A window into how a major campaign manipulates media and the public to steer the national conversation:
July 23rd, 2015:
Summary of Morning Joe by TVeyes
— Speculation into the possibility of Donald Trump running as a third party candidate. John Heilemann comments saying as it looks right now, Trump would get about 20 percent of the vote if he ran against HRC and Jeb Bush, and almost all of the support would come out of Jeb’s base, thus guaranteeing the victory of HRC. Notes that some people say Donald Trump was a longtime supporter of HRC and donated to her, thus suggesting that he’s a plant to ensure her election. Morning Joe
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