Who is Stephen Harper

Stephen Joseph Harper (born April 30, 1959) is a Canadian politician who served as the 22nd prime minister of Canada from 2006 to 2015. Harper is the first and only prime minister to come from the modern-day Conservative Party of Canada, serving as the party's first leader from 2004 to 2015.

Harper studied economics, earning a bachelor's degree in 1985 and a master's degree in 1991. He was one of the founders of the Reform Party of Canada and was first elected in 1993 in Calgary West. He did not seek re-election in the 1997 federal election, instead joining and later leading the National Citizens Coalition, a conservative lobbyist group. In 2002, he succeeded Stockwell Day as leader of the Canadian Alliance, the successor to the Reform Party, and returned to parliament as leader ...
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Anunsafespace: last wednesday night, stephen harper quipped he was jealous of justin trudeau for having an ndp leader in commons who will do whatever he's told in exchange for not having to face an election. the only thing singh is fighting for is his pension which kicks in starting 2025.
Happycanadian55: may i remind voters that justin trudeau inherited a balanced budget from stephen harper? it would appear that budgets do not in fact balance themselves.
Bondzeelive: tonight, trippin with bondzee at 9pm est we have guest nick kaszap who infamously made it into former prime minister stephen harper’s book! he now lives and owns an amazing steak house in nicaragua. plus a quick update on the plane girl and some more great stories.see ya at 9!
Politicalcupid: stephen harper is pissed that he didn’t try this.
Jeanlucmarches1: and keenan, the great stephen harper accessed his own pension at the ripe old age of 56. harpercrite
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William Butler Yeats Poem
To A Shade
 by William Butler Yeats

If you have revisited the town, thin Shade,
Whether to look upon your monument
(I wonder if the builder has been paid)
Or happier-thoughted when the day is spent
To drink of that salt breath out of the sea
When grey gulls flit about instead of men,
And the gaunt houses put on majesty:
Let these content you and be gone again;

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