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  We have all seen the pattern. The Gallant government institutes or suggests a cut, community or special interest committees are formed, unions mobilize, Letters to the Editor are written, and the popularity of the government drops a few more notches....
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Attack ads are notorious for distorting the truth, grabbing a little snippet out of a speech and presenting it completely out of context.  It’s all about creating a negative impression, making a person seem incompetent, scary, dishonest, whatever. They work on...
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“Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive!”  Walter Scott After a motorcycle trip to the White Mountains, where they don’t carry much Canadian news, I spent last evening getting caught up on what’s been...
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  I have never before written a blog directly related to a client. Always thought it best to keep the two separate. But I am going to make an exception today because what I find myself involved in has many lessons...
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  When Prime Minister Harper went to the Governor General over the long weekend to trigger the longest federal election campaign since John A. MacDonald in 1872, he inferred it was a decision with safeguarding of taxpayer money in mind. Not...
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