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Rick Salutin | Seemingly non-ideological protest movements and the urgency of the climate crisis indicate we may be moving beyond peak ideology.
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David J. Climenhaga | It sure sounds as if President Trump has confused his own government, perhaps his own wonderful self, with the United States itself -- "l'etat, c'est moi!"
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Jim Stanford | Through its response to the math debacle, the PC leadership revealed its colours: a group that puts ideology ahead of evidence, and that will let nothing distract from a wedge strategy to win office.
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Meghan Murphy | Why should we put our 'feelings' aside when looking at the issue of prostitution?
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Stephen Kimber | Why is it that all those soberly sincere public policy backgrounder research reports published by inevitably "independent, non-partisan" think-tanks are so… well, pedantically predictable?
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Rick Salutin | It's the shots of British Prime Minister David Cameron slogging through the floods there in wellies that convinced me: fatalism is back.
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Thomas Ponniah | In today's article, I outline the constraints that Regis Debray believes undermine the long-run prospects for Western hegemony.
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Thomas Ponniah | We have perpetually heard various proclamations about the inevitable collapse of Western domination since the end of World War I. Will they continue to be disproven? If so, why?
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Rick Salutin | I'll miss Peter Worthington, Canada's archetypal right-wing journalist, who died this week at 86. I say that without irony or subtext. I'll just miss him.
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Rick Salutin | It's richly ironic that New Democrats, who laboured for years to shed the albatross of "socialism," finally succeeded last weekend just when the word may no longer be cursed.
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Rick Salutin | Politics is about what you do, not what you are, nor even, contra ideologies both left and right, what you think.
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Rick Salutin | At least in the 20th century the Games were about something, though it wasn't athletes, it was ideology. Now all that sport-inflected ideology is obsolete, though of course the issues aren't.