May 27, 2016

LOOKING BACK at Stephen Harper’s accomplishments, foreign and domestic

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

With the Canadian Conservative Party convention underway, and Stephen Harper's farewell speech set to be a highlight, it seemed like the ideal time to reflect on his many achievements during his almost ten years as prime minister.

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commented 2016-05-29 13:35:43 -0400
Peter, it was political suicide no matter what he did. He got voted out for his inaction anyway. So he might as well have done some good when he had the chance. I think that chance will be lost for a long time now with the way the CINO’s behave.
commented 2016-05-28 08:11:37 -0400
The CBC is a class act and internationally respected by the journalistic elite of the world. No wonder a site like the National Inquiror would not like the CBC. Trailer trash couldn’t recognize good journalism anyway.
commented 2016-05-27 13:55:33 -0400
All, if you really feel the need to reply to or refer to Michael Mann, Sean Penson, Benita Dunn, you save some time and keystrokes by just calling it by its real name, the paid lefttard pathetic hypocritical troll Gordo Steele. That is, if you must feed the troll.
commented 2016-05-27 13:18:46 -0400
It is true that Harper did a lot of good, but he also had many failures. It would not be honest to only look at his successes, many of which, by the way, only lasted a few months after the Liberals took office.

I have a small business in Alberta and feel betrayed over his handling of the foreign worker program.
I’m also disappointed that the H.R.C. was not disbanded completely.

I’m also disappointed that he did not modify the law (how can you modify something that does not exist in Canada) to stop late term abortion.

Then there is the absolute failure to do anything constructive about the Senate.

I could continue about the climate change narrative which all governments seem to follow….
commented 2016-05-27 12:47:08 -0400
Yes, Harper did a lot of good things, and some non-action not so good things such as tackling the abortion issue.

I am not one to think Harper should have defunded the CBC & privatized it because I know that would have been instant political suicide, even though I would love to see the CBC defunded and privatized.

In my opinion, no government at any level should be own nor control any business, but due to the political heat on toasting the CBC, the move to not defund the CBC was a wise move.