Canada's right doubtless dismayed as The Economist boots the U.S.A. off its list of 'full democracies'David J. Climenhaga | The Economist didn't blame the decline in American democracy on Donald Trump. They blamed Donald Trump on the decline in American democracy.
Database shows how schools, cities, charities, plus media and Alberta firms bankroll Brad Wall's Saskatchewan PartyDavid J. Climenhaga | Just because donations from public institutions in Saskatchewan are not illegal doesn't mean they are not in a fundamental way improper.
|Blog rabble staff | Rights for Canadians of all gender expressions, racist comments by government reps, a continuing legacy of mercury poisoning in Grassy Narrows, Ontario Premer McGuinty's notable absence and more.|
|Blog Thomas Saczkowski | Soon enough we will hear a great deal more about the Wildrose Alliance. This article details how the Alliance represents growing conservatism in Canada.|
|Blog Thomas Saczkowski | The final section of this article further discusses the Wildrose Alliance and their political language.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Alison Redford's Conservatives need fewer seats in the Legislature, not more, to ensure her party's MLAs behave themselves.|
|Blog David J Climenhaga | The latest Alberta political poll, reported in the National Post, just doesn't make any sense. Nor does the Post's analysis of it. They're both likely wrong.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | A new Wildrose Party website is the best evidence yet the whole ramshackle far-right project is crumbling in the face of Premier Alison Redford's Tory juggernaut.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The right-wing party opted for a strategy of brazening it out, claiming that their robo-call survey uses a completely legitimate polling technique.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Thanks to the Baker Street Digital Irregulars, we're making a little progress toward discovering who's behind that controversial push poll that's been robo-calling Albertans the past few days.|
Right-wing leader nails the problem -- but misses the solution -- with Calgary's shortage of health professionalsDavid J. Climenhaga | Right-wing leader Danielle Smith's analysis of the problem with Calgary's new hospital may be correct, but her policy prescriptions are bound to be dead wrong.
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | An exclusive Calgary Herald poll shows Alberta's Conservatives are hugely popular. Why didn't the Herald mention the pollster's track record?|
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