The Harper Conservatives’ “micro-targeted” campaign ads, recently released in minority languages like Mandarin and Cantonese and Punjabi, patronize ethnic voters.
Attacks ads are negative, anti-democratic. But they work. Michael Ignatieff’s struggling campaign is a case in point. The Liberal supremo is struggling to connect with Canadians, but the Conservative ads targeting him seem to be resonating with Canadians. Today I counted more than ten people in
Beyoncé’s much-anticipated lead single, “Run The World (Girls),” gives the erroneous impression; there aren’t enough women leaders presently to significantly change the world for the better for women around the world.
ProPublica reveals that multinational companies operating in Libya bribed corrupt government officials with “bonuses”, lobbied against disclosure rules.
By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive: The UN Security Council has narrowly voted to authorizing a no-fly zone over Libya. We’re told the resolution seeks to keep Libyan strongman Muammar Gadhafi’s warplanes out of the sky to protect civilians from attacks by his forces. So much is
David McBean, an adjudicator with the Immigration and Refugee Board, has been rehired by Harper after rejecting all 169 cases he adjudicated since ’07.