The guy in Toronto, who was apparently following the same women-hating manifesto, didnâ€™t kill himself. As the entire world saw, he wanted a Toronto cop to do that for him. The copâ€”amazingly, bravelyâ€”refused, and arrested the alleged mass-murderer without firing a shot.
Forgiveness: when is it owed, politically? By whom, and when? Who should dispense it, and who should receive it?
The latest revelation: the inquiry issued a multi-million-dollar, sole-source contract with a law firm. And it did its very best to hide it.
Lots of Conservative MPsâ€”mainly male onesâ€”scurried to get themselves photographed with Faith Goldy, for precisely the type of selfie about which they regularly criticize Justin Trudeau.
Last week, Christopher Wylie told British Parliamentarians that AggregateIQ was up to no good, too.
No one in Liberaldom wants to admit to knowing Christopher Wylie these days, of course, because they correctly sense that a genuine scandal is in the offing.
Political parties need to get voters' attention. You don't do that by throwing statistics at voters. You do that by having a narrative, a story. And Kathleen Wynne doesn't have one right now.
Can Doug Ford win? Damn right he can. Underestimate him at your peril.