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The Mulcair Dilemma

Why the NDP (and Canada) Needs Thomas Mulcair


There’s been a lot of chatter recently about these being the final days of Tom Mulcair’s leadership of the NDP.   766 more words

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The House of Commons Calendar

On Monday, January 25th, 2016, the House of Commons will resume sitting in accordance with Standing Order 28.2(a) which provides that the House shall resume sitting following a holiday recess on the last Monday in January. 1,267 more words

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Michael Den Tandt: Tom Mulcair's critics should take another look at their leader

Now that Thomas Mulcair is down, it seems it’s time to put in the steel-shanked boots. Everyone is piling on.

“Mulcair’s next job is proving he deserves another chance,” scowls Tim Harper in the Toronto Star. 807 more words


Kelly McParland: Mulcair sets the NDP leadership bar well below the norm

Thomas Mulcair wants to stay on as leader of the NDP and says he won’t resign. He says it’s up to NDP members to decide his fate, as they will … sort of … at an automatic leadership review in April. 678 more words

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Britain on Trump: 'Let the wazzock speak,' and other reasons to fear for humanity

1. Britain on Trump: ‘Let the wazzock speak’

Britain’s parliament on Monday debated whether Donald Trump should be banned from the country (even though it doesn’t have the power to do so). 557 more words

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'There is no ringing endorsement for Mr. Mulcair': New poll suggests NDP leader's support is softening

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair once again addressed Monday the question that’s been dogging him since the October election: are you going to resign?

His answer, in short, remains no, or at least no for now, until New Democrats gather later this spring to vote in a leadership review as part of their annual convention. 950 more words


O’Leary: Not Conservative; A True NDP

He says he’s a Conservative but his actions say otherwise.  Where on political spectrum does Kevin O’Leary really stand?
Rahman Mohamed

The word is out.  … 672 more words