June 30, 2014

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Warren excites NKY Dems at Grimes fundraiser

Breitbart News (blog) “Elizabeth Warren may have left the Bluegrass state, but the message she brought to Kentuckians about Alison Lundergan Grimes' allegiance to the liberal...

John Barlow wins Macleod byelection

CTV News Barlow said his was confidence never wavered during the campaign, despite visits to Macleod by Liberal leader Justin Trudeau and Opposition leader Thomas Mulcair...

Ready for Justin's carbon tax?

Justin Trudeau is going to bring in a carbon tax. Just like his dad, Pierre Trudeau, did. His dad called it the National Energy Program,...

Trudeau and Liberals emerge big winners in federal byelections ...

The federal Liberals captured two key Toronto byelections on Monday and put up a strong showing in one of two other races in Alberta in...

Exploring GM's payout plan for ignition switch victims

There may still be black box data from the EDR, from the computer in the car, but police reports, insurance reports, warranty and maintenance reports,...

Health Care Ruling Studied For Its Effect On Connecticut

Reuters Blogs The decision, which did not directly address the many contraceptive coverage mandates that exist in more than half of the states, could open the...

Supreme Court limits health care law's contraception mandate

Christian Science Monitor Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal offers background on the case and Judy Woodruff gets debate on the potential fallout from Elizabeth...

Wydra: Court helps companies, not humans

Politico And until the Hobby Lobby ruling, the "rights" of artificial corporate entities did not include the right to impose the religious beliefs of corporate owners...

Supreme Court says some businesses can ignore birth control mandate - News & Observer

News & Observer Supreme Court says some businesses can ignore birth control mandateNews & ObserverIn a groundbreaking 5-4 decision, the court concluded that closely held corporations...

Three byelection questions and one frustrating answer

(subscription) (subscription)Why have Thomas Mulcair and Justin Trudeau been spending so much time in Trinity-Spadina? The leaders of Canada's two major opposition parties have...

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with King Abdullah II of Jordan

Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke today with the King of Jordan, Abdullah II.

Justin Trudeau & Liberals Make Play for SD&SG On Canada Day 2014! by ...

Justin & Bev CORNWALL Ontario – Justin Trudeau is stopping in Alexandria and Cornwall Ontario on Canada Day. With a year until his first election...

Tony nominee Elizabeth A. Davis stars in rare Shaw at the Shakespeare Theatre ...

Although he may be best known as one of the finest playwrights across the pond, George Bernard Shaw has also applied his sharp writing to...

Run With Life: Canada gets it but Justin Trudeau doesn't

“I've seen so many people from every corner of the world, literally,” Mr. Trudeau said, adding that he'd spoken with people from Australia, South Africa...

Births

Birth announcements may be submitted in writing by the hospital, parents or grandparents. For information, call 865-0940 or ... Frennier, Michelle (Tilton) and Scott had...

Stephen Harper's Canada: The legacy of tyrants - iPolitics

It's a matter of serious debate whether the Harper government's work can be undone, or whether he has created a new normal in the country's...

Final push to get out in the vote Toronto, Alberta byelections

All three opposition leaders – Thomas Mulcair, Justin Trudeau, and Elizabeth May – were in Toronto over the weekend to make one last push for...

Warren takes populist message to GOP-dominant South

Senator Elizabeth Warren was in full campaign mode Sunday, thrusting her fists in the air and delivering folksy aphorisms with a slight twang as she...

Rob Ford Did Show Up To The Pride Parade, Sort Of (PHOTOS)

The mayor is back at work at city hall Monday after a two-month leave of absence to deal with substance abuse problems. Other politicians, however,...

Justin Trudeau tries to bury father's legacy with energy pitch

National Post The last time a politician named Trudeau tried to regulate Canada's energy industry, it sparked outrage in Alberta. Justin Trudeau is betting his plan...

Entertainer Rolf Harris guilty of indecent assault

Reuters UK He painted an official portrait of Queen Elizabeth II to mark her 80th birthday. He is one of several veteran entertainers to face sex...

Gut Cells May Be Coaxed to Make Insulin for People With Type 1 Diabetes - U.S. News & World Report

Gut Cells May Be Coaxed to Make Insulin for People With Type 1 DiabetesU.S. News & World ReportBy Mary Elizabeth Dallas, HealthDay Reporter. coloncancer. ...

The Cure for Oil Trains

Canada's Green Party leader, Elizabeth May fails to see this logic. In fact, whe went so far as to claim that the pipeline would never...

Northern Reflections: Stephen Harper's Legacy

Stephen Harper's Legacy. http://greeceandworld.blogspot.ca/ Michael Harris has written a devastating indictment of the Harper regime. The piece is a little long. After all, the man...

Baby burned in A/C accident in Qatar 'stable,' entering 13th surgery

On Thursday, May 29, Elizabeth had been napping in a cot directly underneath an air-conditioning unit at her family's rented villa in a popular compound...