Blog
Image: Flickr/Michael Ignatieff
David J. Climenhaga | High on the Harper government's bill of indictment against Michael Ignatieff was that he had advocated a carbon tax when he ran for the leadership of the federal Liberal Party.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | With Michael Ignatieff heading back to Harvard full time, what can we actually learn from his brief visit to Canada?
Blog
Christopher Majka | Unless and until Canadians demand a more of their politicians we will continue to be mired in insanity, doing the same thing over and over while despondently awaiting a different outcome.
Blog
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.
Blog
Dean Del Mastro
David J. Climenhaga | Peterborough MP Dean Del Mastro would like to make anonymous online comments illegal. But where would that leave the Harper election machine?
Blog
Derrick O'Keefe | There's always a golden parachute for these guys, no matter how egregious their failures, and no matter how, as in the case of this academic, embarrassingly wrong and harmful their arguments.
Blog
Liberal noise-makers. Photo: Reever TO/Flickr
Brian Topp | For many years, Liberals have been eager advocates of "strategic voting" -- the idea that it makes sense to vote for a party you don't support in order to avoid the election of another party.
Blog
Former federal Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff
David J. Climenhaga | The Wildrose slogan shouldn't be "41 years is enough." It ought to be "41 more years!"
Book Review
Michael Ignatieff: The Lesser Evil?
Derrick O'Keefe | In this excerpt from Michael Ignatieff: The Lesser Evil?, Derrick O'Keefe examines Ignatieff's initial call to arms for the "War on Terror."
News
Federal Green Party leader Elizabeth May at 2011 Toronto Pride. Photo: BarrieGreens/Flickr
Murray Dobbin | With the House about to reconvene, the Green Party leader talked about the good, bad and ugly sides to Parliament, in an exclusive interview with rabble.ca.
Blog
Avid Alberta emailer Freddy Lee "Ted" Morton
David J. Climenhaga | The Alberta neo-Con candidate and his experienced adviser now have until next Saturday to work on changing enough opinions to ensure that Tory voters remember Dr. Morton and forget Mr. Lee.
News
Frances Russell | Was the flow of emotions at Jack Layton's death fleeting? Something more profound? If the former, political normalcy will return soon. If the latter, the state funeral could be Harper's Big Mistake.