|Columnists Joyce Arthur | Overt racism is a bridge too far for the Ontario PC party. Even homophobia must be kept fairly muted. Yet open misogyny is perfectly acceptable.|
|Podcast Face2Face | Michael talks about his new book Epiphany, dogmatism, the religious right, why he's still so optimistic and his desire for change.|
Government by sneak: The preferred Harper Conservative response to thorny issues and hard-fought electionsDavid J. Climenhaga | As recent news stories illustrate, both same-sex marriage advocates and poultry and dairy farmers are targets of the government-by-sneak approach favoured by the Harper Conservatives.
|Blog Meghan Murphy | Clearly, so long as heterosexual couples are allowed to marry, same-sex couples should be able to as well. But why not turn our attention to women's human rights?|
If the Wildrose Party's really in a position to win a majority, Alberta's campaign will turn ugly fastDavid J. Climenhaga | Wildrose Leader Brian Jean received the endorsement of Campaign Life, an anti-abortion group, for what it considers an almost perfect Parliamentary voting record.
In one day, the ground shifts in Alberta politics in ways unexpected, sometimes uplifting, sometimes troublingDavid J. Climenhaga | With the end to most official homophobia in Alberta, a course change by the Wildrose Party and the loss of a promising NDP candidate, yesterday proved a single day can be a long time in politics.
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The jury is out on whether Alberta's politicians are sincere in their sudden conversion to the cause of LGBTQ rights.|
|Columnists Thomas Ponniah | A persuasive argument from those on the left contends that the current LGBTQ agenda -- oriented as it is by a quest for equality by assimilation -- is actually hampering the pursuit of freedom.|
|News Ted Snider | John Baird delivered Canada's address to the opening session of the UN General Assembly. When it came to Syria and Iran, the speech traded in unverified assumptions, omissions and deception.|
|Columnists Amy Goodman | The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments about same-sex marriage this week. On Wednesday, the case challenging the constitutionality of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, was heard.|
|Blog Carleen Pickard | Did you feel it too? A nervous anticipation hung in the Global Exchange office Nov. 6 as we wondered what the outcome of the U.S. election would be. Now that we have the results –- who won?|
|Podcast Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy interviews Nicola Barker, author of "Not the Marrying Kind: A Feminist Critique of Same-Sex Marriage."|
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