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Nora Loreto | An RCMP, a lawyer and a lawyer walk into a bar. Bartender asks: where do you stand on Hydro One?
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Nora Loreto | What exactly is the NDP's policy on the role of money in politics? Cheri DiNovo's announcement that she plans to run for leader of the federal NDP asks this hard question.
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Michael Laxer | Tom Mulcair's sudden commitment to sound like half a Bernie Sanders or one-quarter of a Jeremy Corbyn is little more than throwing a bone to restive party members.
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Nora Loreto | Progressives need to be careful to not confuse using data as a tool and gathering data as the sole purpose of a political campaign
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Michael Laxer | Justin Trudeau is seeking to outflank the NDP on the left -- and Tom Mulcair is making it rather easy for him to do just that.
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Michael Laxer | There can be unintended consequences to every strategy -- and this one could easily drive Liberals and Greens leaning to the NDP right back where they came from.
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Brian Topp | Wynne is firmly in the premier's seat and Horwath has earned the right to remain in her job if she wants it. But here are some important lessons to learn from the past six months.
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Michael Laxer | The left has to dispense with the illusions of unity that are really a reinforcement of careerism and opportunism.
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Ish Theilheimer | Whether you liken Andrea Horwath's 2014 campaign to the Iraq invasion, Custer's Last Stand, or the Charge of the Policy-Light Brigade, it ended, predictably, in confusion and slaughter.
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J. Baglow | Ontario voters are being deliberately misled. What is happening to our political process?
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Michael Laxer | In this election, if you do not have a serious anti-capitalist option, consider not legitimizing the process. Consider declining your ballot.
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Rick Salutin | Populism can be a good starting point for political action. What really matters is: where do you go then? The difference with right-wing populism is that it rejects the social route.