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Ish Theilheimer | As he continues to use Trump's tactics to push Cuba toward asphyxiation, what is Biden's endgame?
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Stephen Kimber, John Kirk | The world has condemned the U.S. embargo of Cuba since 1992. When will it finally lift it?
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Linda McQuaig | To the surprise of many, U.S. President Joe Biden is making a daring bid to overturn much of the mean-spirited conservative economic agenda that's dominated America and the world since the 1980s.
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Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | A little H&S committee named April 28 as the International Day of Mourning which is now recognized around the world. Plus Biden's plan to unionize thousands.
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | As we emerge from the pandemic, the radical approach to fighting childhood poverty embedded in the American Rescue Plan will provide much-needed support to those most in need.
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Marc Belanger, RadioLabour | Joe Biden is planning to implement the Protect the Right to Organize Act, which will allow access to unionization for hundreds of thousands of U.S. workers plus weaken so-called "right to work" laws.
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Shutting down the Dakota Access pipeline is a vital step towards repairing the damage already done, one that U.S. President Biden can and should take, with the stroke of a pen, without delay.
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Duncan Cameron | Shared power multilaterally offers Canada a better opportunity to deal with the challenges to human existence we face together instead of backing the U.S. in a cold war with China.
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Rick Salutin | There was much media rhapsodizing about a post-inaugural unity between three U.S. ex-presidents from opposing parties. The trouble is, there's never been a lack of unity among U.S. elites.
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Joseph R. Biden -- when it comes to Alberta's demands, the new U.S. president can afford to laugh a little. Image credit: The White House
David J. Climenhaga | We're lucky, in truth, that Jason Kenney's gamble didn't cost us more. He was ready, after all, to blow another $6 billion of our money on this doomed project.
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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney at yesterday’s Keystone XL news conference. Image credit: Video still/Government of Alberta
David J. Climenhaga | Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States yesterday and almost the first thing he did was sign an executive order killing the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Karl Nerenberg | There is now a chance -- if, perhaps, only a slim one -- the new U.S. government will reform anti-democratic practices that plague the U.S. election process.