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    Interesting articles on Sask issues from Tammy Robert. I checked her out after hearing of her from another political writer, and though she is Pro Brad Wall, she sure speaks her mind!
    https://oursask.ca/2017/05/18/why-a-...frican-nation/

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    She called out the YQR Village Idiot. He's "Bat**** crazy"

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    • #3
      Originally posted by sparkster View Post
      She called out the YQR Village Idiot. He's "Bat**** crazy"
      I am not sure if I am correct but would that be Chad Novak?

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        a political blogger?
        no thanks

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          Not a bad story, has that sort of whiney tone, and poses no solutions to the shortage of phosphate in the Great Plains, only that African phosphate is immoral or whatever. But that said, I didn't know that about PCS, and like Mosaic, perhaps they can and should look at their suppliers more carefully and look for a more ethical source.

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            Her archives are much the same. She does bring to light a lot of facts I didn't know and for a Brad Wall fan and friend sure is harsh on the Sask Party. I like that she doesn't have a political bias and brings more depth to a lot of stories. Spent quite a while going through her archived columns and learned a lot. That's why I thought it would share 😃

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            • #7
              Originally posted by A Rider Fan View Post
              Her archives are much the same. She does bring to light a lot of facts I didn't know and for a Brad Wall fan and friend sure is harsh on the Sask Party. I like that she doesn't have a political bias and brings more depth to a lot of stories. Spent quite a while going through her archived columns and learned a lot. That's why I thought it would share 😃
              The one related to the Boushie case, with all of the crime stats that show there really is no "rural crime spree" was very interesting and well-researched.

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