What we seem to have got ourselves into is a war our side cannot lose, in any traditional sense, but cannot win either. Then, it also seems likely that the losses will prove more enduring and provoca
Accusing the CBC of bias, the Fraser Institute complained that the CBC "is a government-owned, government supported organization ... and we cannot have government-supported bias." The charge is, of c
Only American diplomacy, not its war machine, can subdue the passions and reconcile the grievances of the Middle East, now ominously spreading as a cancer to the Indian subcontinent.
War is an exercise in excess. We emerge from battle choking on the blood of innocents. Self-deception is always helpful to those of delicate sensibility. Hence, we do try to limit collateral damage a
Dear, moderate, progressive Ontario was looking rundown, even a little shabby, but then the Tories were raising $1-million a night selling tickets for the pleasure of dining with the Premier.
We are already being misinformed and kept in the shadows. This is because we're being encouraged to shop, travel and wave flags, while those we have entrusted to mind the store are hell-bent on disco
A private television station or network can endure just about anything in the course of giving public offence - foul language, mindless violence, soft porn and the ministries of pandering preachers,
Now that we are at war, I hope we find a positive helpful role. I would rather our forces in this war fed people than shot people. Indeed, there will likely be hundreds of thousands of women and chil
This "war unlike any other" is truly novel. The greatest difference is the absence of a recognizable enemy without any national identity or familiar weaponry. And while the President of the Unites St
Obviously, times change and are never precisely the same. The past, however, has been a learning experience in our Canadian struggle to build our own society, one that reflects our values, as we crea