What seems perfectly clear about these milling members of Midwest manic-depressives is that they never were a party and will unlikely ever become one.
Like Stockwell Day, "The Chief" was born with a conspiracy detector planted behind his ears. He heard the voices of his detractors - elitists, most of them, enemies of the people. In the employ of Li
Canada's national newspapers may never forgive Tory leader Joe Clark for being right. From the beginning, he dismissed the threat of Canadian Alliance Party and its ill-fated leader, Stockwell Day.
The news of the Fraser Institute's book on the harmlessness of second-hand smoke and its co-author made my day. I always thought they were blowing smoke out there at the institute. Now I know the smo
The idea of belonging to a country is under attack. One of our national newspapers serially produces dire comparisons showing the joys of living in a prospering United States as against our own sadly
Observers of the great political drama to the south may see a growing opposition to President George W. Bush's brand of arch-conservatism. His approval ratings are low and on hold; the nation doubts
It is only through trial and error that we can discover the underlying wisdom of the Canadian government in becoming a booster of genetic modification. Perhaps the government thinks it has something
On Saturday <i>Toronto Star</i> columnist Thomas Walkom wrote what the <i>National Post</i> called "a 2,400-word expression of sympathy ... for violent protest from the left."To agree with Walkom - a
Last week, Stockwell Day appeared before a business audience in Toronto. Both The leader and his crowd were carrying the accessories of the day's fashion - thinner wallets and fewer hopes. It had not
U.S. President George Bush delivered a presidential homily following Monday's execution of mass-murderer Timothy McVeigh. The publicity attending the execution will give McVeigh status as a hero. It