Profile of Bob Wakeham

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  • WAKEHAM: Honourable member for Flatrock is in the House

    And, believe it or not, I was permitted this past Monday in the legislature to speak for a second time, although press coverage of my brilliant ...

  • Murder trial kept us mesmerized

    It was hard to miss: “The “Pynn-Butler Murder Trial,” as it was unabashedly promoted nightly in bright, sizable letters on “Here and Now,” the ...

  • Manning interview downright cringe-worthy

    And, no, it wasn’t because of Pope Francis’ acknowledgement that the Big Bang theory and evolution actually have validation (who’d have ...

  • How could Crosbie keep a straight face?

    And never was that well-worn adage more evident than in the past couple of weeks when John Crosbie, the Antichrist to much of the feminist ...

  • An institution worth saving

    Unfortunately, I managed to put a hole in the damn thing very early on, forcing it to take a place on our living room wall, transformed by my ...

  • The Davis show is a great big flop

    The performance by Davis and his crew of sad sack characters was, in fact, a debut like no other in recent Newfoundland political history, the ...

  • What a week that was

    As a matter of fact, that God-awful stench came to mind (and to nose, you might say) the other day, but not because the Wascally Wabbit season is ...

  • Welcome to ‘Cop Land’

    After all, Paul Davis, who handcuffed himself to Steve Kent at the PC leadership convention in order to become premier, is an ex-member of the ...

  • Looney Toons time

    There was even the occasional glimpse, just a flash, mind you, of video associated with the music, teasing outlines of colour and costumes. Then ...

  • Tories blundering towards defeat

    For sure, a scattered follower of the Tory gospel, those apostles still wearing blinders and burdened with the political IQ of a muskrat, ...