Blog
Gerry Caplan | I have some insider advice for the enemies of progressive politics. Be very afraid: The NDP threat did not end this week.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | On Tuesday, Murdoch claimed before the British House of Commons Select Committee on Culture, Media and Sport that it was his "most humble day." But what does it mean for a man with no humility?
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Can we declare a moratorium on Canadian Schadenfreude over Rupert Murdoch and his British tabs? They deserve what they're getting and more. But it tends to conceal the mote in our own eye.
News
Aalya Ahmad and Geoff Bickerton | The Harper government has thrown down the gauntlet to the labour movement, which must decide how to build an effective opposition. Ours is a cautionary tale.
Podcast
MaryCarl Guiao | Dobbs' ultra right-wing views were regularly showcased on CNN, fueling the movement to scapegoat immigrants. He criticizes "illegal" employers, but, wait! Macdonald has uncovered he is one.
Blog
Gerry Caplan | Every election is an artificial exercise in which each party pushes a tiny number of issues that the media then largely focus on, while other Canadians try to get a hearing for other causes.
Columnists
Alice Klein | We all know the polling numbers suck. But one week into the campaign, I say hats off to all three federal opposition parties. They've given us an election about issues that actually mean something.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | When we are discussing war, we need a media not brought to us by weapons manufacturers. When discussing health-care reform, we need a media not sponsored by insurance companies or Big Pharma.
Blog
Bob Chandler | Rupert Murdoch and Steve Jobs recently launched "The Daily," a new digital "newspaper" only available for the iPad. What does this mean for the future of mainstream media?
Podcast
Redeye
Manuel Schulte | Donald Gutstein tells Redeye how Canada's right-wing echo chamber latched onto the term "ethical oil" which then entered the political arena in less than two months.
News
Dana Lacey | The rabid right-wing pundit showed 'reckless indifference' to the truth when writing blog posts about the Canadian Human Rights Commission lawyer Giacomo Vigna.
News
Amarnath Amarasingam | I was expecting the worst when I sat down to read the offending Maclean's article, but after I did I wondered what the fuss was about.