Blogging Tory Sandy Crux (who still hilariously refers to herself as "non-partisan") manages to mangle the latest news:
This week Liberal Leader Stephane Dion has been calling on PM Harper to fire Natural Resources Minister Gary Lunn. Why?
Yes, Sandy, why? Ooooooh, I can't wait for Sandy's answer to this one:
Because, Dion says, Lunn has shown incompetence because he only released a damning report by Auditor General Sheila Fraser this week — a report Lunn allegedly knew about since last September; and because he hasn’t been able to clean up all the issues at the Atomic Energy Agency of Canada (AECL), especially at Chalk River where the medical isotopes are produced.
Um ... no.
In fact, Sandy, regardless of what Dion said, Lunn's problem is bigger than that, as you can read here (emphasis added):
OTTAWA — The head of Canada's Nuclear Safety Commission is accusing Natural Resources Minister Gary Lunn of improper interference with the agency...
Mr. Lunn's letter, and comments made by the minister during a Dec. 8 telephone conversation “are examples of improper interference with both the institutional independence of the CNSC and with the administration of justice,” said Ms. Keen...
And, one might add, there's already precedence for resignation for that kind of inappropriate behaviour, as blogger Impolitical explains in detail here. One would think that that's the kind of detail that might be useful to know, and to pass on to one's readership.
Then again, Sandy is a Blogging Tory -- like you expected any better from her?