Sunday, February 26, 2012

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Voter-suppression scandal will be a test of Harper's leadership
Globe and Mail
The NDP and Liberals believe they have smoking-gun proof that the Conservative Party broke all the rules and the law, too, in its effort to win last May's election. They don't have that proof, at least not yet. But Prime Minister Stephen Harper has a ...
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Globe and Mail
Robocalls contributed to Liberals' defeat in at least 27 ridings: Bob Rae
National Post
By Linda Nguyen TORONTO — Voter suppression tactics, including a pattern of harassing phone calls, were a factor in the Liberal party's defeat in 27 or more ridings in the last election, says interim leader Bob Rae. "I have no doubt at all that it ...
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National Post
Liberals defend candidate selection on merit
ABC Online
The WA Labor Party has attacked the Liberal Party, saying it appears to have given up on getting more women into the parliament. Labor's leader in the Upper House, Sue Ellery, says the Liberals are missing an opportunity in their current round of ...
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Liberals wrote book on this
Herald Sun
In any case, Australia's worst prime minister was unquestionably the Liberals' Sir William McMahon. He ruled for just 20 months, from March 1971 to December the following year. That was enough. Under McMahon, the mining boom went bust, inflation rose, ...
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Canada's Opposition Accuses Conservatives
Wall Street Journal
"We are entering into a kind of Nixonian moment in our political culture, where all kinds of dirty tricks seem to be possible," Bob Rae, interim leader of the opposition Liberal Party, said at a news conference on Saturday.
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Libs' Rae says phone calls were `dirty tricks' that need investigation
Montreal Gazette
TORONTO - Harassing phone calls made during the last federal election by people claiming to represent Liberal candidates suggest a ``pattern of wrongdoing and misbehaviour'' that needs to be fully investigated, interim Liberal leader Bob Rae said ...
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House returns amid 'robocall' furor
London Free Press
By Kris Sims, Parliamentary Bureau Interim Liberal leader Bob Rae and Senator Dennis Dawson in Quebec City, Feb. 24, 2012. (BENOIT GARIEPY/QMI Agency) OTTAWA -- The House of Commons is back in action Monday and the break week promos promise an ...
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Debating a liberal is just maddening
Bend Bulletin
By Charlotte Allen / Los Angeles Times A few years ago Ann Coulter published a book titled "How to Talk to Liberal (If You Must)." With all due respect, Coulter, one of my favorite conservative eye-pokers, was wrong. There is no "how" in talking to a ...
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