On the Harper government's lamentable record

It's fortunate for Prime Minister Stephen Harper that in his seemingly limitless high regard for his own views, he's able to be totally indifferent to the views of others and remarkably immune from criticism directed at himself.

Harry Sterling
Published: Wednesday, 05/19/2010 12:00 am EDT

It's fortunate for Prime Minister Stephen Harper that in his seemingly limitless high regard for his own views, he's able to be totally indifferent to the views of others and remarkably immune from criticism directed at himself.

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