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Dr. Dawg's Blawg
John Baglow is a former VP of PSAC, currently a writer and researcher, public policy consultant, occasional academic and poet. He blogs at [url=http://drdawgsblawg.ca/]drdawgsblawg.ca[/url] and no longer tweets.
|Blog - Dr. Dawg's Blawg February 24 John Baglow | When the Liberal policy convention finally got around to policy (don't worry, Justin wasn't there), there were a few good signs. But how much of it will the party's politicians take up?|
|Blog - Dr. Dawg's Blawg February 23 John Baglow | Another day at the Liberal Policy Convention, another day of Justin Trudeau trying to look Prime Ministerial. Looking for policy hints? You needn't have bothered...|
|Blog - Dr. Dawg's Blawg February 21 John Baglow | John Baglow is at the Liberal Convention so that you don't have to be. Lawrence Summers opened the proceedings and introduced the big event: um, Justin Trudeau.|
|Blog - Dr. Dawg's Blawg February 17 John Baglow | Venezuela is again in the news as demonstrations by pro- and anti-government forces take place. But the foreign press is taking extreme liberties with the images it is using to represent the conflict.|
|Blog - Dr. Dawg's Blawg February 16 John Baglow | Minister of Immigration Chris Alexander's new changes to the Citizen Act are scary. Least because it contains a clause that would allow Omar Khadr to be deported even though he was born in Toronto.|