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David J. Climenhaga

Alberta's Wildrosers plan to drain the Lake of Fire by Sunday

| October 24, 2013
David J. Climenhaga

Is Alberta Premier Alison Redford's bitter fight with the docs about money, or control?

| February 1, 2013
David J. Climenhaga

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| June 26, 2012
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| April 27, 2011
David J. Climenhaga

The future of the New Democratic Party and Canada: The real West wants in

| March 24, 2011
David J. Climenhaga

God hates winks? Really! You need to know this!

| November 15, 2010
David J. Climenhaga

Media Ice Age: Conservatives devolve from Orwellian to the Kafkaesque!

| September 13, 2010
David J. Climenhaga

On that plummeting poll: Thank god Harper's so disagreeable!

| August 6, 2010
David J. Climenhaga

MP's blog post suggests Harper government sees West Bank and Gaza as integral parts of Israel

| August 5, 2010

Evangelicals 'are here for the long term, not just Stephen Harper's term'

Marci McDonald, the author of The Amageddon Factor: The Rise of Christian Nationalism in Canada, speaks to rabble.ca about the impact of homegrown evangelical fundamentalism on Canadian politics.

In 2006, the veteran journalist Marci McDonald wrote a feature for The Walrus magazine called 'Stephen Harper and the Theo-cons', a reportage story about her time spent among evangelical conservatives and their growing influence on Canada's political life. This article grew into her new book, The Armageddon Factor: The Rise of Christian Nationalism in Canada. It is described as an urgent wake-up call for all Canadians who think that this country is immune from the righteous brand of Christian nationalism that has bitterly divided and weakened the United States.

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