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Stephen Harper gives a speech at the IDU forum in 2019. Image: International Democrat Union/Twitter
Maya Bhullar | One way that conservatives share strategies is through the International Democrat Union, whose goal is to strengthen conservative and right-wing politicians around the world.
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David J. Climenhaga | Surely it's time for us to start choosing genuinely progressive leaders whose boldness matches that of the unrepresentative right.
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Trump Supporter at Neo-Nazi Rally
Ben Powless | As corporations become more progressive than the GOP, how far will they go to retain their base?
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Paul Orlowski | Will voters re-elect Brad Wall's Saskatchewan Party to a third term on April 4? It's a new context: neoliberalism has failed, climate change denial is pathetic, the status quo is bleak.
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J. Baglow | The Harper government is introducing life without parole. New "anti-terrorism" legislation will follow. Inflicting punishment is an election ploy, appealing to base instincts -- pun intended.
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David J. Climenhaga | Even though their platforms are much alike, the rift between the NDP and the Alberta Liberals is probably just too wide to bridge.
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Rick Salutin | It's the shots of British Prime Minister David Cameron slogging through the floods there in wellies that convinced me: fatalism is back.
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Gerry Caplan | It's only too easy for a Canadian visitor to go gaga in Chicago. But the city's poor and homeless crisis is apparent for everyone to see; and neo-liberal policies are to blame.
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Michael Laxer | There is, in fact, a road to the real spirit of this season. It is the road of re-engagement in socialist politics.
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Thomas Ponniah | Friedrich von Hayek's neoliberal theory till the 2012 U.S. elections constituted the central intellectual adversary for the global justice movements and other critics of corporate capitalism.
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General Strike posters, Montreal. Photo: Rob Caballero/Flickr
Erika Shaker | The righteous angst of the "I did it all myself/you owe me/what about my break?" constituency finds political traction in the mainstream media, but the substance behind the myths is, well, lacking.
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Thomas Saczkowski | The final section of this article further discusses the Wildrose Alliance and their political language.