What legal expenses was the second cheque meant to cover?
Keith Beardsley considers Peter Van Loan’s walk across the aisle, opposition delays and omnibus legislation.
The Official Opposition thought they had caught the government on a technicality and they wanted
The Conservatives are apparently eager to see Justin Trudeau testify at the natural resources committee. Keith Beardsley thinks this is a bad idea.
I bet Justin Trudeau can’t believe his
Keith Beardsley, a former Conservative official, laments for the spectacle of the House between 2pm and 3pm each afternoon.
For example, the Conservatives still read out their monotonous Member’s Statements
Keith Beardsley, a former Conservative aide, explains how members’ statements became attack ads.
While in opposition from 2003 to 2006, we found that quite often our very last MP’s statement
In a widely obtained internal memo, the Conservatives claim that the ungrammatical inclusion of the word “not” was in keeping with normal procedure.
“In this case, the Minister’s decision was
Keith Beardsley, a former member of Stephen Harper’s PMO, sorts through the Oda Affair.
If the minister instructed someone to insert the “not” then she was probably under pressure to
Keith Beardsley again considers Michael Chong’s plan for QP, this time on the point that ministers should have, in most cases, to actually speak when spoken to.
Over the past
Keith Beardsley, a former aide to Stephen Harper, endorses two of Michael Chong’s recommendations for Question Period and explains the absurd degree of attention QP currently commands on Parliament Hill.