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J. Baglow | A year later, and the Conservative government's agenda has accelerated. But Justin remains as popular as ever -- and strangely ageless.
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Rafe Mair | Rafe Mair argues that Canadians are governed by a fraudulent charade called a "parliamentary democracy." He's pretty sure about it.
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Redeye Collective | Since NAFTA was signed 20 years ago, economic conditions in Mexico have worsened dramatically. Yet Obama has reneged on promises to reform the labour provisions that have been so destructive.
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Camille Crowther | The take down of Swedish subtitling website Undertexter prompts call to reform harsh copyright regulations.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | While President Obama signed the final piece of the health care reform bill into law on Tuesday, opponents are not taking the defeat lying down.
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Nezua | After the shadowy Bush years, the emergence of reasonable policy can be a little surprising.
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Lindsay Beyerstein, Media Consortium Blogger | Yesterday, the powerful Senate Finance Committee met to debate two amendments that would have inserted a public option into the committee's health reform bill.
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Lindsay Beyerstein, Media Consortium Blogger | Opponents of health care reform are trying to pit the insured against everyone else.
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Lindsay Beyerstein, Media Consortium Blogger | Last night, President Obama laid out his vision for health care reform before a special joint session of Congress.
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Lindsay Beyerstein, Media Consortium Blogger | Today, President Obama will spell out his vision for health care reform.
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Lindsay Beyerstein, TMC MediaWire Blogger | A power shift is underway in Washington. Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick announced on Monday that a special election to replace the late Sen. Ted Kennedy would not take place until 2010.
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Lindsay Beyerstein, TMC MediaWire Blogger | During his 46-year career in the senate, Kennedy's name appeared on virtually every major piece of progressive legislation from civil rights to economic justice, to healthcare.