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Gaza | The war in Gaza: history does matter | Jul 28 2014 | Dennis Gruending | Israel has invaded Gaza yet again. Partisan explanations for these recurring conflicts provide us with too little history.
Gaza invaded 2014, Wikipedia image
Gaza | The war in Gaza: history does matter | Jul 28 2014 | Dennis Gruending | Israel has invaded Gaza yet again. Partisan explanations for these recurring conflicts provide us with too little history.
Swiss Cheese
Politics in Canada | The Fraser facts, minus the spin: Alberta has a revenue problem, not a spending problem | Jul 28 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Never mind the statistics, there are enough holes in the Fraser Institute's sloppy interpretation to store captured carbon!
Stephen Harper
Politics in Canada | On the parlous state of the prime ministerial belfry: batty, or what? | Jul 27 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | Apparently Prime Minister Stephen Harper thinks all the world's problems are caused by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Who knew?
World | Slander abounds in depictions of autonomy fighters in eastern Ukraine, while MH 17 investigation stalls and Kyiv’s war rages | Jul 27 2014 | Roger Annis | 'The international left needs to rapidly mobilize in opposition to the war threat in eastern Europe and in solidarity with the people of southeast Ukraine'.
Gaza | World | Gaza: some revised history | Jul 26 2014 | J. Baglow | The killing of three Israeli teens was not carried out by Hamas. The rationale for hostilities in the Middle East, initiated by Israel, has disappeared. Peace talks, anyone?
Labour | Israeli attack on Palestine; neo-liberal politics in India | Jul 26 2014 | Diana Beaumont | Labour news from the Asia pacific region, including analysis of the ongoing Israeli attack on Palestine, and the neo-liberal agenda of the new BJP government in India.
Politics in Canada | Why we’re marching in the City-Wide Vancouver Housing March | Jul 26 2014 | Maria Wallstam, Nathan Crompton | Why we’re marching in the City-Wide Housing March
Photo: flickr/AndYaDontStop
Arts & Culture | Good News | Feel Good Friday roundup: Are ya hip? edition | Jul 25 2014 | Kaitlin McNabb | It's Friday. It's time to feel good. We've got what you need: mozzarella sticks, movie references, protest wins and new podcasts.
Photo: Miriam Katawazi
Arts & Culture | Indigenous Rights | Political Action | Decolonizing Together walking tour actively engages in healing and reconciliation | Jul 25 2014 | Miriam Katawazi | The Indigenous Walking Tour took place Wednesday July 23 with the purpose of assisting with healing and reconciliation by providing a resource for Indigenous people and non-Indigenous people.
Photo: flickr/Adam Nieman
Civil Liberties Watch | Gaza | Politics in Canada | World | Gaza and the politics of forgetting | Jul 25 2014 | Paul Di Stefano | The invasion of Gaza must not be detached from the history of Israeli occupation. We have to recall the history of colonization in Palestine.
Photo: People's Social Forum
CommonCauses | Media Matters | Political Action | Technology | Media Bootcamp hopes to equip people with skills to share their stories | Jul 25 2014 | Miriam Katawazi | The weekend-long pre-People's Social Forum Media Bootcamp starts on July 26. It will provide free workshops and training in radio, live-streaming, interviewing, editing, social media and photography.
Economy | Digging beneath the surface of Canadians' 'solid support' of CETA | Jul 25 2014 | Scott Harris | The results of a recent Angus Reid poll suggest that 68 per cent of Canadians support CETA. While on the surface, things look great for CETA, that top-level result doesn't tell the whole story.
Economy | Politics in Canada | You could drive one of those tar sands heavy haulers through the gaping holes in the latest Fraser Institute 'study' | Jul 25 2014 | David J. Climenhaga | We need to remember all the Fraser Institute produces is market-fundamentalist propaganda, and we are dangerously deluded when we decide to treat it as if it were serious economic research.
Economy | EI needs to increase access, not lower premiums | Jul 25 2014 | Angella MacEwen | The crisis in EI is forever falling on deaf ears. Even though only 37.5 per cent of unemployed workers are receiving EI, politicians feel that the problem with EI is not access, but high premiums.