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Protest against George Bush's 2011 visit to Surrey, B.C. (Photo: AmnestyUSA)
Matt Eisenbrandt | With its refusal to move against Bush, the government of Canada missed a critical opportunity to take a stand against torture -- even if it meant ruffling the feathers of a close ally.
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Noam Chomsky | From the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan to the assassination of Osama bin Laden, Noam Chomsky reflects on the significance of 9/11.
Podcast
Sean Mullen | Activist and author Derrick O'Keefe made his way through this 700-page political reflection by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and shares his thoughts on what he found there.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | For many sound political reasons, the scenario described by government supporters sounds each day less like reality and more like Conservatives whistling past the graveyard.
Columnists
Jerry West | Tony Blair's memoirs are getting a lot of publicity -- though probably not the kind that he was looking for.
Blog
Ed Stelmach
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach's non-appearance when the floodwaters rose at the end of June was a powerful symbol of how long Conservatives have had it too easy politically.
Columnists
Jerry West | The Obama administration says that the tea-baggers are driving the Republican agenda, and it appears to be so.
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Robin Breon | Stuff Happens brings the machinations and deceptions of Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rice, Powell back to life in a theatre performance.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Videographer Bill Clennett shows up clips from the demonstration against George Bush's visit to Montreal.
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Lawyers Against the War | In October George W. Bush, Tony Blair and Dick Cheney -- all accused of horrifying war crimes and crimes against humanity -- plan to visit Canada in October.
Blog
The Media Consortium | Yesterday Sonia Sotomayor because the first Latina nominated to the Supreme Court in U.S. history. Sotomayor's record on the bench gives few hints about how she'd rule on abortion.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Obama assured the CIA that he will not prosecute those who followed the instructions to torture from the Bush administration. Congress might not agree with this leniency.