John Baglow

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Oct 24, 2015

Andrew Coyne on Harper: A response

John Baglow
The Harper government, says Coyne, was cynically non-ideological. I'll go with the cynicism, but it was perhaps the most ideological government in our history.
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Nov 25, 2014

Sundown Nation: America laid bare in Ferguson

John Baglow
What just went down in Ferguson is far worse in its way than Jim Crow. Back then, the lines were clearly drawn for all to see. Now everything is blurry.
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Feb 24, 2014

The Hair Apparent Chronicles: The policy swamp

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?
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Feb 23, 2014
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The Hair Apparent Chronicles: JustinSpeech v.2

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...
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Feb 17, 2014

Constructing 'Venezuela' protests: A photo gallery

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.
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Feb 16, 2014

The Harper government's 'Deport Omar Khadr' bill

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.
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