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Ted Cruz
David J. Climenhaga | Calgary-born Texas Senator Ted Cruz has told everyone that he will renounce his Canadian citizenship as soon as possible, although it's not clear if the problem is Canada or just Calgary.
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Kevin Grandia | International talks on climate change resume this week in Poland. WWHD? What Will Harper Do?
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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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Allan Gregg
David J. Climenhaga | Former Tory pollster says Stephen Harper's government is guided by the belief "governments should be guided by what they believe is morally right, and not by reason and rational compromise."
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Thomas Lukaszuk
David J. Climenhaga | Bet on it there's more to Alberta docs' deal than meets the eye; Redford Government education cuts start to bite; Tory attack ad looks cheesy after Liver Foundation defends Justin Trudeau.
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Matthew Behrens | This past week has provided Canadians with a series of warm and fuzzies that, like most of this nation's mythology, were built on self-congratulatory lies.
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A display of ten years of anti-war posters at the London conference.
Derrick O'Keefe | Last weekend, I attended and spoke at an international conference in London assessing the legacy of the largest protest in human history -- February 15, 2003.
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Peter Van Loan
David J. Climenhaga | Maybe a bench-clearing parliamentary brawl would be just the ticket to boost our flagging national spirits in this hockey-deprived season!
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Rob Ford Gravitational Field
David J. Climenhaga | We hated you, Toronto, because you were so big in every way it felt as if you had your own gravitational field. Now the only thing about you with that kind of pull is … your mayor!
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Duncan Cameron | Once upon a time there was a Liberal party. The new party president, Mike Crawley, elected this past weekend at the party convention in Ottawa, thinks it needs to change.
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Peter Lougheed gazes down on the Alberta Mars Team
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta expects to cure cancer, put men on Mars and provide high-speed Internet everywhere by 2013, Premier Alison Redford has announced. Plus, we'll sort out the world economy.
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Duncan Cameron | No one should be surprised if the New Democrats continue to fight for their traditional concerns in this coming parliamentary session.