Still think I’m wrong about Hogan?

Yesterday’s Statistics Canada population estimate shows that there are 2,313 less people in New Brunswick in 2006 compared to 2005. The population of young people dropped by over 4,000. This is the top headline story in the TJ, CBC and most media outlets this morning. Al Hogan buries the story on page four in a small, unanalytical piece.

And instead of a thoughtful “We Say” editorial about the most important challenge facing New Brunswick since Confederation, Al decides to provide Stephen Harper ‘advice’ on where to cut taxes.

He will bring us all down and then move back to where ever he came from.

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