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  • Harper manipulates mediaScott Stockdale
    July 2, 2010

    A July 1st Toronto Star letter to the editor, by Dimitri N. Soudas, Director of Communications, Office of the Prime Minister, is entitled "No role in keeping media away - Re Harper helps Hu keep critics away, June 25" (Toronto Star), but this may not be the whole story. My attempt to gain access to Prime Minister Harper, at the G20, Saturday, June 26, indicates that there is a lot more to it than Mr. Soudas is letting on.

  • Harper may be gone, but his spirit lingersDr. Mohamed Elmasry
    November 7, 2015

    Millions of Canadians were pleased to be rid of Stephan Harper with the October 19 federal election.

  • Harper offers false choice for Middle East peaceMorgan Duchesney
    February 18, 2014

    Inspired perhaps by the fading echoes of George W. Bush; Stephen Harper has presented Canadians with a false choice on Middle East peace: either voice "absolute, non-negotiable belief in Israel" or be declared an anti-Semite. Stephen Harper refuses to be a real friend to the Israelis in the sense that he excuses their more objectionable behaviour for the sake of political support, business deals and misplaced guilt.

  • Harper on "Islamicism"Reuel S. Amdur
    October 4, 2011

    Stephen Harper told CBC's Peter Mansbridge that "Islamicism" poses the most important terrorist threat to Canada. But Islamophobia is an ongoing problem in the contemporary world, so it behooves a prime minister to choose his words carefully. Would he, if talking about Jewish settler violence, casually throw in a term like "Judeacism"?

  • Harper on Israel: Is the Prime Minister mentally sound?Murray Dobbin
    November 17, 2010

    Watching and listening to Stephen Harper's bizarre and unnerving speech about anti-Semitism and Israel raises the question as to whether or not the man is mentally fit to be prime minister.

  • Harper PigsThe Canadian Charger
    July 4, 2013

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  • Harper scandalThe Canadian Charger
    December 8, 2013

    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.

  • Harper scare tactics on refugeesReuel S. Amdur
    April 21, 2011

    "This government has turned into something nasty and mean," Peter Showler told an attentive audience at Ottawa's First Unitarian Congregation on April 18. Showler, a former chairman of the Immigration and Refugee Board and currently a law prof at the University of Ottawa, was wearing a sweatshirt with a picture of Albert Einstein and the inscription "Einstein was a refugee."

  • Harper spends $1 billion on G20 security, previous G20 spend $18-$30 millionScott Stockdale
    July 1, 2010

    Despite Prime Minister Harper's assertions that the G20 leaders have agreed on measures to enhance the nascent global economic recovery, disagreements remain. At a press conference to wrap up the G20 Summit in Toronto, Mr. Harper tried to gloss over the disagreements between G20 leaders.

  • Harper still hounds AbdelrazikReuel S. Amdur
    April 14, 2010

    Well, in spite of all the deviousness and outright lies of the Tory government and then-Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon, the pressure of concerned citizens and a court order by Justice Russel Zinn prevailed.

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