Lorrie Goldstein

Lorrie Goldstein


Editor Emeritus, Columnist, Toronto Sun/Sun Media; Commentator, Newstalk1010, National Post radio. email: lgoldstein@postmedia.com

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'There’s more than skin-deep irony in Stephen Harper being the first Prime Minister to hire the full-time services of a stylist to keep his cowlick slicked and, should television duty call, his eyes lined with mascara.'

@GraemeMenzies  Scheer was already leaving and while it's one thing for Conservatives to attack their own leader -- what else is new? -- why drag his family into it?

'After all, we’re talking about the same Harper who criticized his original leader for upgrading his appearance with outside help.' Reform leader Preston Manning’s modest wardrobe allowance, paid out of party coffers, received a disgusted snarl from MP Harper in the mid-1990s.'

with fashion advice, helmet hair suppression and lint removal.' But CP colleague Bruce Cheadle recently wrestled anonymous confirmation from a senior PMO official that Ms. Muntean’s salary has since been transferred from the public purse to be covered by tax-deductible donations

This is going well: Tories in turmoil over firing of executive director: #cdnpoli 

I am shocked, SHOCKED! that: Jury finds former SNC-Lavalin executive Sami Bebawi guilty on all charges #cdnpoli 

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This is Jerry Dias president of Unifor, representing 2,000 media workers, who just vowed to defeat Andrew Scheer in next year's election ... Oh, the other guy is Justin Trudeau. He just gave $595 million of taxpayer money to the beleaguered media industry

My Tuesday Toronto Sun column on Don Cherry's firing and Liberal hypocrisy: We all need a Liberal re-education #cdnpoli 

Dear hysterical protesters at the Munk debate last night: The Prime Minister of Canada defending banks being compelled to give personal transaction data about you to Statistics Canada, is a way bigger threat to your civil liberties than Steve Bannon debating David Frum. #cdnpoli 

Imagine if a court told Ontario it couldn't develop its auto sector, Quebec its hydro sector, BC its softwood lumber sector. That's the level of anger many Albertans must be feeling about today's court ruling on Trans Mountain. Tha anger is completely justified. #cdnpoli  #abpoli 

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