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  • Ed Power
    April 15, 2013 - 07:38

    Aye, "Sun", and look at how Peter Kent, Pamela Wallin and Mike Duffy jumped on the Liberal bandwagon when their journalism careers ended.....

  • Stann
    April 13, 2013 - 15:51

    Guess Penashue should look at his campaign manger, Mr. Joe Goudie, who, if memory serves me right, was a long time employee of CBC in Goose Bay. What is it they say, he who lives in a glass house........

  • Sun
    April 13, 2013 - 10:52

    Peter Penashue did make a good point when dealing with the CBC reporter. Much of the media is very politcally liberal. Just look at today's Telegram editorial comments for example. Look at CBC News website for slanted unbalanced journalism shown by the stories they cover, the people who get the most interviews or quotes, and the loaded language. Some reporters have overt politcal ties and particpate in politcal parties in their private lives and this infects their work which should be fair to everyone. Even VOCM and NTV's Pete "Snook" Soucy ran for the Liberals once, The CBC is the worst of them all, for example it is not uncommon for David Suzuki to endorse candidates. .

  • Herb Morrison
    April 13, 2013 - 07:35

    The documentable evidence speaks for itself. Within the context of this particular situation. It would appear that Mr Penashue wasn`t dragged into the muck, kicking and screaming. Rather, it appears that Mr. Penashue chose to wallow in the muck, and is now paying dearly. In fairness to Mr. Penashue, he is not the first politician to engage in such behavior. His fatal flaw might have been that, he lacked appropriate knowledge of a skill that is necessary, if politicians wish to insure their long-term survival survival in the political arena. I refer to the art of arse-covering.