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Claude Denis | It is true that freedom of expression is meaningless if it does not include the right to offend. But there is real danger of obscuring larger issues by retreating to discussions of high principles.
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Susan Wright | Unless they're prepared to reflect their one-party petro state in a wicked satirical mirror, Alberta's political cartoonists aren't Charlie Hebdo, they're Charlie Brown.
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Pierre Beaudet | Charb, Cabu and the other members of Charlie Hebdo routinely denounced the right's nostalgia for colonialism -- now these same voices are beatifying them as victims of the enemies of 'civilization.'
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Rick Salutin | The slaughter at Charlie Hebdo was aimed at satire, birthed along with journalism in the enlightenment era. More precisely, it was aimed at political cartooning.
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Diana Samu-Visser, Mandy Penney | Two weeks ago, UWO's student paper published an article titled "So you want to date a TA" which perpetuated sexist stereotypes under the guise of "satire." Here's why that excuse just doesn't wash.
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Kate McInturff | Speaking before an international audience today, Canada's Prime Minister said, "I'm proud of what we've accomplished, and frankly, the results have been a pleasant surprise."
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Duncan Cameron | In advance of the emergency G7 meeting held in Holland on March 24, an Ottawa embassy situation report on PM Harper and Canadian foreign policy was circulated among European Union foreign ministries.
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Joyce Arthur | Imagine for a moment, if the debate over prostitution laws was aimed at other types of workers.
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Erika Shaker | We're talking about a very elite, specialized, qualified group of hyper-talented experts when it comes to CEOs. So who better to provide advice on any number of puzzlers?
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David J. Climenhaga | This is satire. The author just made up the quotes. The weird thing is, though, that pretty well everything else in the story is true. Go figure!
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Operation Maple | It is Oscar time! And there is no shortage of contenders. Operation Maple has provided a sneak preview of the big winners.
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David J. Climenhaga | If he wants Nova Scotia to be a first-rate province like Alberta, Premier Stephen McNeil is going to have to start giving the old MasterCard a workout! Yes, this is satire.