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Teflon tarnished - Thursday, June 03, 2004
Premier Ralph Klein's political Teflon is wearing thin, according to a surprising new Sun Media poll. The Leger Marketing survey, conducted between May 27 and May 31, found that a whopping 45% of Alberta respondents believed Klein is now a "poorer leader" than when he was first elected. (full story)

There's no money for any gasoline rebate - Thursday, May 06, 2004
I doubt whether many Albertans - unless it's their job to know - can tell you what the price of crude oil is on any given day. (full story)

THE DEVIL YOU SAY, MR. JOE BLOW CLARK - Monday, May 03, 2004
Former Tory prime minister and Conservative expatriate Joe Clark raised an interesting debate last week (full story)

What's so scary about MPs quizzing judges? - Friday, April 23, 2004
The good news is that Paul Martin has narrowed his list of priorities down to five. As unveiled in last week's Toronto speech, they are health care, education, aboriginals, cities and Canada's role in the world. That's about two more than he should have, but it's a couple of dozen fewer than he had previously announced. (full story)

Klein has another election on his mind - Monday, April 05, 2004
It looks like we're going to have an election in Alberta. And it has nothing to do with those pathetic campaign ads that the Ottawa Liberals are running where the prime minister tries to explain the unexplainable, claims he didn't know the gun was loaded when it came to Adscam, and then promises he won't do it again. (full story)

Joe Jumps in PM's Lap - Monday, April 05, 2004
Clark might just make a perfect Martin Senator (full story)

Paul Martin's democratic deficit - Saturday, April 03, 2004
While campaigning for the Liberal leadership, Paul Martin spoke passionately about curing Canada's "democratic deficit." But with nearly four months having passed since he took office, and a Spring election widely expected, the deficit is as big as ever. (full story)

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