What kind of opposition or resistance makes sense for the Trump years ahead? The U.S. needs a a popular resistance movement coming from the ground up, mobilizing huge, diverse numbers in the streets.
Atlantic Institute for Market Studies supporters piled on in the film tax credit debate, declaring the government cannot subsidize industries -- except, of course, when the industries are theirs.
Tax-slashing has been the pattern in Canada for decades. No wonder we can't afford European-style social programs. Public revenue has been vanishing into the pockets of corporations and the very rich.
High-school students in Jefferson County, Colo. are protesting the planned censorship of the district's Advanced Placement United States history curriculum by the local school board.
Ottawa is spending $13.4 million so its tax auditors can descend, locust-like, on charitable groups not in lockstep with the Harper government's worldview.
The CCPA keeps churning out quality research exposing the fallacies of right-wing arguments. What choice is there for a controlling, undemocratic, right-wing government but to call in the auditors?
Canadians have been sold a bill of goods about there "being no alternative" to small, mean, punitive and arrogant government. Kathleen Wynne has the opportunity to take a different path.
Tim Hudak's folksy persona has tended to obscure two key things -- he remains committed to anti-union legislation borrowed from Arkansas and he is capable of a cynical dishonesty that is breathtaking.
Through its response to the math debacle, the PC leadership revealed its colours: a group that puts ideology ahead of evidence, and that will let nothing distract from a wedge strategy to win office.
Edward C. Corrigan
The 2014 Ontario election is so close! So, how do we defeat Hudak and his right-wing agenda?