Duffy tries extortion to get Conservatives to drop suspension motion


If you want to know why Mike Duffy just didn’t go to the RCMP with his allegations today (see here), check out this from CTV’s Mercedes Stephenson:

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Extortion: 346. (1) Every one commits extortion who, without reasonable justification or excuse and with intent to obtain anything, by threats, accusations, menaces or violence induces or attempts to induce any person, whether or not he is the person threatened, accused or menaced or to whom violence is shown, to do anything or cause anything to be done.


How many Liberals need to go to jail before Media Party notice?


Currently, the Media Party is going ape over PM Stephen Harper now saying he dismissed his chief of staff Nigel Wright over the Mike Duffy cheque but of course almost completely silent with Liberal Joe Fontana going to court today on fraud charges.

To compare, look at this Google search for news stories on “Harper dismissed” here vs this one on “Joe Fontana fraud” here.  You’ll notice the word “Liberal” missing from the tiny CTV story – funny that huh?

Also: On this same theme, check out another embarrassing column from National Post’s Michael Den Tandt where Liberals Mac Harb and Raymond Lavigne don’t exist (see here)



NDP MP writes letter of support for admitted terrorist


NDP MP Craig Scott will have some serious explaining to do after writing a letter of support for Tamil Tiger terrorist Suresh Sriskandarajah:

A Canadian who pleaded guilty to a terrorism offence is a “role model,” an NDP Member of Parliament wrote in a letter cited in a pre-sentencing report filed with the U.S. court.

In the letter, Craig Scott described Suresh Sriskandarajah as “full of the desire to help others and of intelligence in equal measure,” according to the report by defence lawyer Joshua Dratel. (see here)

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair will also have a pretty tough time explaining how Scott can remain inside the NDP caucus.

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