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In mid-May, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a tranche of documents that were retrieved during the 2011 assault on the compound in Pakistan where Osama bin Laden was whiling away his days.  One of the documents seized caught my attention, a four page letter
Reality Check CBC Freedom of Information Double Standards   The CBC refuses access to information requests from taxpayers but loudly complains when the government charges them fees

By Stephen Pate – CBC has constantly complained that the Harper Government and now the PEI government will not grant them access to information according to

PEI’s Candidate For Premier Is A Bully   When we reported UPEI was taking away disabled parking, Wade MacLauchlan tried to abuse and intimidate me

By Stephen Pate – The political blog Red Like Me named Liberal Wade MacLauchlan a bully. From personal experience I know Wade MacLauchlan is a bully and will try to

CBC Should Reality Check PEI Election Promises   No one is fact checking PEI election promises which swing wildly from $18 to $58 million

By Stephen Pate – The PEI Liberals have promised $58 million in election spending before the May 4th, 2015 election.  The PEI Progressive Conservatives have issued a statement that their

We Could Have Seen This Coming   The Guardian’s Wayne Thibodeau said the world would end if journalists blogged

By Stephen Pate – In 2009 Wayne Thibodeau predicted the end of trusted journalism as we know it if journalists used blogs.  He looked every bit the Doppelganger for Saul.

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The Relationship Between Race, Ethnicity and the Housing Market Recovery   Even though the American housing market valuations have improved since the Great Recession, the improvements have not been evenly distributed, particularly when one looks at the data based on ethnic and racial background.   According
The Harper Government and Openness   Relatively little attention was paid to the recent Parliamentary vote on Bill C-613, An Act to amend the Parliament of Canada Act and the Access to Information Act.  The bill was introduced to the House of Commons as a private member's bill by Justin Trudeau on June 11, 2014.

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