In the November 22, 2013 edition of the National Post, Kelly McParland writes: A full-scale press is put on to get the money repaid and the issue out of the headlines. The taint is spreading and there are fears it will reach the prime minister, despite Cpl. Horton's view, as stated in the documents, that there's no evidence indicating Mr. Harper had any knowledge or involvement in the gathering mess.
We wish to express our concern with Canadian Charger's editorial, "Canadians: List Egypt's Brotherhood a terrorist group." The article's call on the Harper government to ban the Muslim Brotherhood as "terrorist" group is a serious breach of the Charger's previous stand for democratic rights and against Islamophobia.