Columnists
Linda McQuaig | The CCPA keeps churning out quality research exposing the fallacies of right-wing arguments. What choice is there for a controlling, undemocratic, right-wing government but to call in the auditors?
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Mario Seccareccia, Louis-Philippe Rochon | After learning that the Canada Revenue Agency is auditing the CCPA on the grounds that it allegedly engages in politically partisan activity, a number of professors have drawn up an open letter.
Podcast
Victoria Fenner | An event co-sponsored by rabble.ca and the B.C. chapter of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives on August 12, 2014, called "Living Consciously: Reinventing Democracy to Save Canada."
Podcast
Changing the Conversation on Taxes
Victoria Fenner | A different perspective on taxes from the lineup of speakers on "Tax is Not a Four Letter Word."
Book Review
Amira Elghawaby | 'Ed Finn: A Journalist's Life on the Left' describes Finn's journalism career, his contributions to issues such as labour rights and poverty and his firm stance on Canada's left.
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David J. Climenhaga | Count on it, Alberta's "sunshine list" of senior civil service salaries will upset the people it names -- and it's unlikely to achieve its political objective.
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Karl Nerenberg | While the Liberals have kept a low profile and, for the most part, restricted their announcements to appearances by the leader, the NDP has set down some major policy markers.
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David Climenhaga | Limited hours for liquor sales are a management decision and there is no reason that public liquor stores can't be open at hours that are more convenient for consumers.
RabbleTV
Celebrating a day in the life of taxes
rabbleTV | It's time to start having the conversation about what our taxes contribute to a healthy society. Taxes, they're the gift we give each other.
Book Review
Power of Youth
Kaitlin McNabb | Power of Youth is more than just a book about youth activism, it is a testament to all generations of activists who continue to fight, informed by passion and experience.
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Karl Nerenberg | Canada's pension system goes back to 1927. Now, Harper wants to make changes, but will not engage in open debate and discussion.
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Iglika Ivanova | The Finance Minister's recent update focused on highlighting the cost of the move back to PST/GST, providing some large numbers for the media headlines, instead of looking at the big picture.