Amy Goodman
May 11 2011 | The controversy over playwright Tony Kushner's honorary degree exposes the extreme polarity that increasingly defines the Israel/Palestine conflict.
Duncan Cameron
May 10 2011 | Stephen Harper will use the subsidized tax credit to maintain party strength and counts on the withdrawal of the per-vote grant to weaken the opposition.
Murray Dobbin
May 9 2011 | Canada is now engaged in what is becoming a protracted war in the Mahgreb. Libya is more about oil than human rights, which is being ignored by NATO leaders.
JYD
May 5 2011 | So while I was out in the real world yesterday working up north in Nunavik, this happened in the feminist blogosphere regarding the lack of mainstream feminist coverage of 'Feminism FOR REAL.'
Alice Klein
May 5 2011 | As delighted as many of us are to be sending a historic number of NDPers to Ottawa, the fact is that this election was largely a referendum on Stephen Harper's rights-defying agenda, and he won.
Amy Goodman
May 4 2011 | On May 1, the U.S. president addressed the nation, announcing a military victory. May 1, 2003, that is, when U.S. President George W. Bush strode onto the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Lincoln.
Ralph Surette
May 2 2011 | Whatever the result on Monday, the same large question will be present: how to re-align the forces of the centre-left into something useful instead of a squabbling and splintered affair.
Linda McQuaig
May 2 2011 | While corporate tax cuts have been fiercely attacked in recent weeks as giveaways to big business, the Conservatives have managed to avoid controversy over another costly election promise.
Hennessy's Index
Apr 29 2011 | The Hennessy Index is a monthly listing of numbers, written by the CCPA's Trish Hennessy, about Canada and its place in the world. This month -- the federal election.
Jim Stanford
Apr 29 2011 | In Canada, a seemingly well-functioning democracy, soaring energy prices haven't caused a political ripple -- even during a federal election campaign. What gives?
Amy Goodman
Apr 28 2011 | The death penalty case of Mumia Abu-Jamal highlights inherent problems with the death penalty and the criminal justice system in the U.S., especially the role played by race.
Alice Klein
Apr 28 2011 | Who's complaining about polling now? The polls have been wild and crazy, but they're revolutionizing this election. So what's the message in the madness?
Duncan Cameron
Apr 26 2011 | In the event the Harper government fails to achieve a majority but wins the most seats, the opposition members of parliament must join together, and vote to bring down his government.
Murray Dobbin
Apr 25 2011 | Wanted: Intentional Citizens. Any genuine democracy needs people who take citizenship seriously enough to devote time in getting a grasp on policy options put forward by parties.
Alice Klein
Apr 22 2011 | We're in the middle of a new citizens' movement popping up all over the country that is preaching to the unconverted for a change. And it might just turn things around.