Julian Wolfe
March 10th, 2011

Before reading this article, it is strongly recommended that you read Conservative Party Riddled in Scandal.

Julian Wolfe
March 4th, 2011

The Conservative Party of Canada is taking fire from left, right, and center over election spending in the 2006 election and in an election that has yet to happen.

Julian Wolfe
February 27th, 2011

Gilles Duceppe, leader of the Bloc Quebecois, went into Harper’s track record and made the case for Quebec separation at his first visit to Dawson College in Montreal Quebec.

“It’s more obvious than has before that Quebec has no place in Canada.”
Gilles Duceppe, Leader of the Bloc Quebecois

Julian Wolfe
February 6th, 2011

Over the course of the next few weeks as Canada approaches the vote on the budget that is expected to be defeated, the Liberals and Conservatives will be bashing each others heads into the wall. While the Conservatives go all out with Republican style ads, the Liberals mock Harper and create a Facebook page to fuel their Quebec wing of their campaign.

Julian Wolfe
January 23rd, 2011

Canada has gone a long way in its history and today it looks at the longest standing minority government in its history. Although, when looking at Harper’s legacy, we look at a blank slate filled with spiteful and an American Republican approach to politics. Stephen Harper will not attack his opponents with policy, he will attack their person. Unfortunately, this disgusting method of politics works and is the politics that the Tea Party fueled Republicans use all the time. Unfortunately, the Liberal Party is too gentle and civil to scoop down to Harper and the Conservative party of Canada’s level of campaigning.

Julian Wolfe
June 11th, 2010

Reaching YouTube’s most viewed video position, the world is now aware of what Canadian’s think of their government’s budgeting abilities. The video: If I Had a Billion Dollars, a modified remake of the original by the Bare-naked Ladies has become the anthem to ridicule Stephen Harper’s fake lake and meeting filled with “rubber bullets.”

Julian Wolfe
June 8th, 2010

Stephen Harper’s Conservative government has proved yet again that their mandate isn’t to govern the country, it is to create positive media footage to mask their incompetence. In 2008, the signs of the on-coming economic disaster was looming but Harper’s “leadership” failed to recognize it. Instead, he called a snap election in a failed attempt to win a majority government.

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