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David J. Climenhaga | As shown by a flurry of Brexit-celebrating tweets Thursday night, Kenney has basically become Canada's greatest Internet troll.
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Kent Hehr
David J. Climenhaga | Many of us will soon be disappointed by the Trudeau government. Still, Justin Trudeau at least has started his long walk on the right foot. Which is to say, of course, the left one.
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John Baglow | The Harper government, says Coyne, was cynically non-ideological. I'll go with the cynicism, but it was perhaps the most ideological government in our history.
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David J. Climenhaga | Fitting as her comeuppance may have been, I confess to a certain sympathy with former Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith's instinctive reaction to her nomination loss on the weekend.
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J. Baglow | Andrew Coyne asks why we should have a public inquiry into murdered and missing Aboriginal women and girls. Here's a partial response.
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Ric McIver
David J. Climenhaga | News reports said there were about 25 seniors at Ric McIver’s Tory leadership campaign stop, and they probably would have rather been doing something else too. Shuffleboard, maybe.
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Tory Attack Ad Fail
David J. Climenhaga | Thanks to being habitually underestimated, Justin Trudeau, pixie dust and all, could very well end up being our prime minister.
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Bill Phipps
David J. Climenhaga | Anybody can forgive a bad hiring decision. But it's not about Mike Duffy and Pamela Wallin, as the Globe and Mail suggests. It's about the $90,000, stupid!
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David J. Climenhaga | Prime Minister Stephen Harper wants to change the channel, but the remote seems to be lost under a pillow while Mike Duffy fills the screen.
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Preston Manning
David J. Climenhaga | The market-fundamentalist Manning Centre's list of potential conference seminar topics provides the rest of us with a hint of the Organized Right's policy obsessions in 2014-15.
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David J. Climenhaga | Unfortunately for the PM's "reform" talk, the only way to fix the Senate that will actually work is to abolish it.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Christopher Majka | Harper Economics take the worst elements of public and private sectors, wedding them in an approach that serves neither and is destined to undermine economic, social. and environmental values.