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    Rafe: Christy Clark’s LNG promises are nothing but hot air

    Leading experts debunk Christy Clark and the hot air she's been spewing about LNG.


    Rafe Mair: How Liberal myths about the NDP distort BC’s political history

    Rafe Mair cuts through the myths, offering an honest history of BC politics.



    Economist: Thanks to Liberals, BC is Canada’s most indebted province

    Under the BC Liberal Government, BC has become Canada's most indebted province. Some legacy for a bunch that brags about "controlling spending". Economist Erik Andersen explains.


    Rafe: Christy Clark must go!

    Calling Christy Clark "the worst premier with the worst government in living memory", Rafe Mair argues it's time to give John Horgan's NDP a chance. BC could do no worse than four more years of Christy Clark.



    BC Hydro’s real debt has grown 1337% under Liberals…Shouldn’t someone call the cops?

    Since 2005, under the BC Liberals, BC Hydro has racked up $74 Billion in unjustifiable debt and obligations on the back of the public. Laying out the facts of the case, Rafe Mair asks why no one has gone to jail yet.


    Rafe- Death of the newspaper has a happy flipside

    The Shattered Mirror: What caused the fall of mainstream media – the Internet or shoddy, sycophantic corporate journalism?

    Hall of Fame broadcaster Rafe Mair dissects "The Shattered Mirror" a supposedly "independent" report into the decline of mainstream media which slams online journalism and pleads for government hand-outs, while ignoring the syc...



    Rafe Mair on Bill C-24 finding out you're a second-class citizen

    Rafe to Justin: Kinder Morgan pipeline would drive a permanent wedge between BC and Canada

    "Mr. Trudeau, we love BC with all our hearts and souls and we're not about to let you take it away from us...If you force Kinder Morgan on us, you will create a rift between us and Canada that will never heal."


    Trumplandia vs. Clarklandia: How BC stands to lose on LNG, lumber and trade

    As The Donald remakes America into Trumplandia, the shockwaves will be felt in Clarklandia, as the province formerly known as BC struggles to build an LNG industry and protect its lumber trade.



    Note to Justin: Pipelines don’t help transition to green economy

    Justin Trudeau should stop pretending pipelines will help us transition off fossil fuels and start investing seriously in green jobs, says retired federal energy analyst Will Dubitsky.


    Rafe: BC Green candidate Lia Versaevel brings a lot to the table

    Rafe Mair takes a close look at BC Green candidate Lia Versaevel, whose depth and character make her a potential political force to be reckoned with.