WASHINGTON — The president is upset. Very upset. Frustrated and angry. Seething about the government’s handling of Ebola, said the front-page headline in The New York Times… 756 more words
Want to see the first successful Arab democracy in action? Tune in Sunday, when tiny Tunisia will hold its first legislative elections since the ratification of its liberal-democratic constitution in January. 976 more words
The Ford brothers have finally done it – while failing to unite Torontonians behind their attempt at a second Ford mayoralty, they have at least united the city’s media in endorsing someone other than them. 926 more words
Re: Canada Must Keep Its Public Square Open, Jonathan Kay, Oct. 23.
Today I woke up to a different Canada. I remember with fond recollection the first time I went to Parliament Hill. 1,416 more words
I have always been mystified by the attachment many of my fellow Liberals hold to the notion of public ownership of operating companies. The federal Liberals shed this long-held article of faith in the mid-90s for a simple reason: they didn’t have a choice. 725 more words
On Wednesday, when Michael Zehaf-Bibeau stormed Parliament Hill after gunning down Canadian Army Corporal Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial, things went well. As I wrote in Thursday’s… 734 more words