Perhaps one should not trust anyone with a television licence. That would include - I regret to admit - the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The CBC should never be so hard up as to be used as a sh
Preston Manning's "blueprint" to unite the right exposes the essentially fictive nature of the ad hoc assembly of designated Tories and members of the Alliance Dozen Dissenters at Mont-Tremblant. For
It has long been my view that the soft underbelly of the American superpower is not its stealth technology or its missile inventory, but the movies. The nexus of American hegemony is Hollywood.
The longer the Liberals remain in office, the longer they remain in office. The Prime Minister's approval ratings continue to confound the editorial boards of the national daily newspapers. Each time
The Progressive Conservative party is not about to amend its constitution in order to incorporate the leftovers from another failed regional party out of Alberta. If we have learned anything from all
God only knows where the Tories are on the tangle of issues relating to globalization and its counterconcern, continentalism. A designated group representing the full caucus is meeting this week over
There has been a good deal of hand-wringing over the violence attending the most recent meetings of the Great Eight, the worst of it brought on, according to the Prime Minister, by anarchists.
Non-news has become a feature of modern journalism. Most of it is found in the newspapers that apparently have room for non-news or for opinion disguised as news or for news that would go unwritten u
Seeing the great neighbour standing alone is a novel vision in a world of growing collegiality and where communication is both pervasive and instant. Growing alone and apart, America seems to be incr
The poor young thing that became the Alliance wasted much of its breath in an attempt to encourage Canadians to abandon their entrenched, ingrained Liberalism. The results of its exertions are clearl