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  1. The previous PM, whose riding was in Alberta, and the current premier of Alberta were all about screwing Alberta when they were in power. This line of thinking is a joke. And Scheer is in on it. O K
  2. Facts are not facts. Lol lol lol lol So please educate me. Which outlets are not a joke? Which outlets are Boudrias approved? Inquiring minds want to know.
  3. Facts don't have a bias. Information is either factual or not. If TRUMP has shown us anything, I'd take what the media is saying over just about anything that came from his mouth. The guy who easily surpassed 10,000 false or misleading statements. Whose paying for the wall again? Who do you believe on that? The media or TRUMP?
  4. And who was in power for most of that? Who was in power when the last major changes to equalization? Harper and Kenny, that's who. So the guy who is complaining the loudest about the system had the power to change it. He and Alberta gets no sympathy. Check between $#@! And syphilis. That's where our sympathy can be found.
  5. For such an innocent man who is the target of a witch hunt, TRUMP sure had a lot of witches who worked for him. How many criminals were a part of his campaign/administration?
  6. https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/11/13/20963046/impeachment-hearing-bill-taylor-trump-call Bill Taylor dropped a bombshell in his impeachment hearing opening statement He said a member of his staff gave an account of a previously unknown Trump phone call.
  7. So he didn't kill himself? That's cool. So what evidence do you have regarding who done did it? Do you even have a suspect? "They", "the elites", etc. does not cut it. Who did and and how? Provide evidence. I'll wait.
  8. Not the only reason why Germany was chosen over the UK, but Brexit uncertainty did play a factor. Not a good start their Boris. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/nov/13/tesla-cites-brexit-as-germany-chosen-over-uk-for-european-plant-elon-musk Tesla cites Brexit as Germany chosen over UK for European plant US electric carmaker will build battery factory in Berlin, says boss Elon Musk
  9. Nationals fans boo TRUMP -> Win World Series. Alabama fans cheer TRUMP -> Lose game at home. Please can TRUMP come to a Canucks Game.
  10. The third larges agency has no one legally in charge. That should be a big red flag for people. I don't know how there are still people who think TRUMP is doing a good job. Vice article There's Literally No One Legally Running the Department of Homeland Security Right Now The White House missed the deadline for formally naming someone to replace acting DHS chief Kevin McAleenan.
  11. Healthcare and Education are two big ones you missed. These are two issues that helped the Dems win the Kentucky governorship in a state that TRUMP won by 30%. Also there is a thread about the Democratic primary.
  12. https://intelligence.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=815 Committees Release Vindman and Hill Transcripts as Part of Impeachment Inquiry Depositions Reveal First-Hand, Direct Testimony on Instruments of Power Used for Political Gain f t # e Washington, November 8, 2019 Washington, D.C.— Today, Rep. Adam B. Schiff, the Chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Rep. Eliot L. Engel, the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, and Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, the Acting Chairwoman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, released transcripts from joint depositions of one current and one former White House official responsible for Ukraine policy: Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman and Dr. Fiona Hill. The three Chairs issued the following statement announcing today’s release: “Lieutenant Colonel Vindman—an active duty military officer who was awarded the Purple Heart after being injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq—performed another duty to the country by testifying before the Committees about presidential misconduct that he witnessed during his service at the White House. Lt. Col. Vindman testified that the July 25, 2019, call between President Trump and the Ukrainian president led him to report immediately to lawyers at the White House his serious concerns about political investigations the President pressed for on the call. “Lt. Col. Vindman also told the Committees that the ‘demand’ by President Trump for the announcement of a politically-motivated investigation into a U.S. citizen by a foreign country forced him to make a‘moral and ethical’ judgment, and led to his concern that the act could ‘undermine U.S. national security.’ He also detailed a pressure campaign waged by the President and his allies ahead of the call, and how he properly reported this activity to the same White House legal advisors. “Dr. Fiona Hill—a respected Russia and Ukraine expert who served as Lt. Col. Vindman’s supervisor—detailed how senior officials at the White House, including National Security Advisor John Bolton, shared her serious concern about efforts prior to the July 25 call to push Ukraine to undertake these politically-motivated investigations, and about her efforts, at Mr. Bolton’s direction, to report this activity to senior White House officials. “Lt. Col. Vindman and Dr. Hill—two courageous and patriotic Americans—testified despite pressure by the White House to silence their testimony. Their superiors in the White House have declined to cooperate with the inquiry, but transcripts released today show clearly that individuals close to the President were alarmed by a presidential scheme as illicit and corrupt as a ‘drug deal.’” The testimony of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman can be found here. Key excerpts of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman’s testimony can be found here. The testimony of Dr. Fiona Hill can be found here. Key excerpts of Dr. Fiona Hill’s testimony can be found here. Background: H. Res. 660, which was passed by the House of Representatives on October 31, 2019, authorizes the Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence “to make publicly available in electronic form the transcripts of depositions” with “appropriate redactions for classified and other sensitive information.” Pursuant to this resolution, and consistent with the Committee’s rules and longstanding bipartisan practice, the Committee has begun preparing transcripts from the impeachment inquiry for public release, which includes a thorough, nonpartisan security review to protect classified and other sensitive information. As part of this process, the Committee is redacting (1) personally identifiable information; (2) the names of non-senior Executive Branch personnel and Intelligence Community employees; (3) the names of committee staff who did not ask questions or make on-the-record statements; and (4) classified or potentially classified information or other sensitive information not pertinent to the subject of the impeachment inquiry. In addition, consistent with the Committee’s rules, each transcript has been made available to the witness for inspection, including to identify technical, grammatical, and typographical corrections. The Committee has also taken into consideration requested redactions from witnesses, if they fall within the parameters above. Although the transcripts list Members of the three Committees who were present at the outset of a deposition, they do not necessarily reflect the attendance of all Members who may have joined or departed a deposition at different points. The Committee will release individual transcripts on a rolling basis as this process is completed.
  13. If climate change continues, a port like Churchill might become valuable. That's a big if though. Scratch that, not worth it.