Tag Archive 'Christy Clark'

Appeared in the North Shore News – June 7, 2013 I predict backwards as well as forwards. So stand by for a prophecy for the past. I predict that Ralph Sultan played a much bigger role in the B.C. Liberals’ election victory May 14 than he’s been given credit for. And this is not just […]

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Appeared in the North Shore News – May 24, 2013 It appears to be impossible to avoid attending inquest after inquest into the Great 2013 British Columbia Election. But of course I continue to disagree with the so-called experts. Because, though they have tried to regain their shaken composure from their exploded prognostications with artful […]

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Appeared in Business in Vancouver – May 21, 2013 On May 14, in plain sight of millions of witnesses, Christy Clark drove through a stoplight. The symbolic stoplight of her political career. The red light that was supposed to stop dead Clark’s bouncy, smiley-face premiership, mirroring her real-life drive through a light at 5:15 a.m. […]

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Appeared in the North Shore News – May 10, 2013 MULTIPLE sparkling, titillating items battling for top spot: Gordon Wilson is a fascinating British Columbia study, a shrewd maverick whose feet stepped into a cow-pie or two – most visibly a marital one – but whose head arguably contains the sharpest political smarts of any […]

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Appeared in Business in Vancouver – April 23, 2013 Christy Clark is bound and determined to prove I am uniquely correct in predicting she will be re-elected May 14 as premier of some, not all, of the people. That sage prophecy was made last August. Cascades of scandal, bungles and flights from the foundering Liberal […]

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The Liberals have screwed up, but what unpredictable disasters await the alternative?   Appeared in Business in Vancouver – March 26, 2013 Christy Clark doesn’t seem to have a re-election hope in hell – which at least sounds drier and warmer than Vancouver in March. But the premier has something going for her that doesn’t […]

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Appeared in the North Shore News – March 15, 2013 In order to be my most admired politician, Ujjal Dosanjh had to overcome two formidable obstacles. One, he was a New Democrat. Two, he became a Liberal. Aw, mostly just kiddin’. He was around in the Mike Harcourt and Glen Clark eras, and after serving […]

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Appeared in the North Shore News – September 28, 2012 YOU read it here second: Liberal Premier Christy Clark will still be premier when she wakes up on May 15, 2013 – the day after the provincial election. I say “second” because I first published what many will say is a laughable prediction in another […]

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FACE it, Liberals. Christy Clark’s election campaign is bombing. Large Appeared in the North Shore News – October 14, 2011 The former talk-show host is governing like a former talkshow host. And dresses like a siren? A V-neck vamp? Blogger and former North Vancouver New Democrat MLA David Schreck’s claim that Clark showed improper “cleavage” […]

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Appeared in the North Shore News – July 22, 2011 David Hahn has a handsome salary, a fabulous pension, and plummeting respect on Main Street and possibly asea. For the next two years B.C. Ferries’ chief executive officer may be working in a hostile public environment, his own staff and officers quietly mutinying against his […]

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