Profile of Bob Wakeham

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  • McCurdy and me

    We sometimes half-joke, at least those of us prone to metaphors of crudeness, that we can identify fellow Newfoundlanders simply by getting a ...

  • Michael’s exit: too little, too late

    Too bad Michael hadn’t adhered to that axiom herself. If she had, the NDP would be a hell of a lot better off than it is at this moment in ...

  • A Telegram scoop: the premier's letter to Santa

    But Tim - who claims to be Newfoundland's representative with Wikileaks - believes it's in the public interest to have the premier's private ...

  • WAKEHAM: These aren’t statistics … they’re people

    Being a cancer survivor myself (for over a decade now), having gone toe-to-toe in a vicious, devastating racket with that hideous disease, an ...

  • Tarred with the same brush

    But there it is, I’m sure: when people engage in conversation about the latest revelation or allegation of sexual impropriety or sexual assault ...

  • Time’s up, Tories

    (Since our reference point here is politicians, never let it be said that those instruments of integrity are not averse to using the ...

  • 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 ...