One headline caught my eye - "Tory secrets go for $6.48 on eBay". The article then proceeds to explain how a Star employee got a hold of a laptop containing "secrets" left by a Canadian Alliance party organizer from back in 2003.
In these days of identity theft, this type of thing is inexcusable to be sure.
But it was the title that intrigued me. The term Tory is thrown around so casually now, that it seems to encompass a whole range of ideologies. I mean, if anyone from the Canadian Alliance was considered to be a Tory, how do we differentiate from the now defunct PC Party of Canada?
Surely Ms. MacCharles wasn't actually intending to cast aspersions on the current party in government, was she?
No, never. Not the Star!
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Update: Right on Course - The Toronto Star: Invading People's Privacy...