Thursday, February 28, 2013

New column day

Here, on how the current controversy over residency requirements only helps to show how Canada's Senate is beyond fixing.

For further reading...
- Again, Andrew Coyne similarly points out how abolition is a more viable option than trying to rewrite rules to preserve the existing Senate.
- Kelly McParland's take on Mike Duffy is probably still the best commentary linking the circumstances of the Cons' Senate scandals to the institution as a whole, while the Charlottetown Guardian rightly notes that the primary issue facing Duffy is ineligibility rather than expense claims.
- And amazingly, Stephen Harper is doubling down yet again in declaring that his talking points override the terms Canada's Constitution of as well as the Senate's own investigation.

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