...Schreiber had no right to be in the committee room on Parliament Hill because the alleged case of corruption, as it happens in any democratic country, should be handled by police and courts.
Politicians are the legislators, while the judicial system has to administer the law and police should enforce it.
Unfortunately, this area of competence in Canada has been obliterated by incompetence, political interests and accusations of corruption.
We have courts telling Parliament how to write laws. And, this week, Parliament has taken over the judicial system telling judges when and if someone can be extradited...
Sunday, December 02, 2007
If you only read one editorial this weekend...
...then make it Angelo Persichilli - A Sad Canadian Circus.