Just like President Obama was underestimated, it seems that Canada’s head of state Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suffers the same fate.
Ted Cruz was very smooth in the way he handled a heckler who told him to go back to Canada. Birtherism in at a Republican Rally, poetic justice.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared on 60 minutes and gave an interview that every Republican candidate must watch.
ESPN cuts off a passionate political statement from the MVP of an NBA celebrity tournament in which Canada defeated the U.S.
Ted Cruz has some additional answering to do as his mother and father’s names appear on Canadian voter rolls. Poetic justice.
As one watches Justin Trudeau, the newly elected Prime Minister of Canada, one cannot help but feel a sense of envy as we yearn for his US clone.
Talk is cheap. Canada is showing itself to be the exceptional North American country as the United States bask in its irrational fear.
Ted Cruz is getting some of the medicine his Tea Party had applied to President Obama. Poetic justice can be tough.
There is something the American media can learn from Canada. A terrorist attack in Canada met with measured journalism as American media hyperventilated.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford finally came out and admitted he smoked crack cocaine after leaving the question open for several months. As late as yesterday he was still being very evasive as to whether he actually smoked cocaine. Two days ago he apologized for getting ‘hammered’, drunk. Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admits he smoked crack […]