Blog
Murray Dobbin | The most ignored aspect of the Speaker's ruling against the Harper government on the issue of the torture of Afghan prisoners, is that no one has commented on the government's basis for stonewalling.
Podcast
Tiffany Chong | B.C. lawyer Grace Pastine reports on the Military Police Complaints Commission hearings in Ottawa.
Blog
Derrick O'Keefe | George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and the rest of the warmongers walk free, while a child soldier faces trial for war crimes.
Blog
Alheli Picazo | The refusal by Harper to submit the requested unredacted documents to the MPCC speaks volumes to the extent of the incriminating evidence being hidden behind layers of black ink.
Blog
Alheli Picazo | Under the Harper government, the rules governing the battlefield are ignored; the Geneva conventions are flouted and war crimes are committed.
Blog
Eric Mang | Be on the lookout for how words are used, why they are used, and what is trying to be achieved through their usage.
Blog
Dave Markland | Despite warnings, the Canadian Forces still works closely with Afghanistan's dreaded NDS.
Blog
Alheli Picazo | The United States may feel Karzai's statements are a 'cause for concern,' but for the Canadian forces, it just may be the cause for a total withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
Podcast
Stark Raven Media Collective | Six years after the photographs hit the press, OISE professor and author, Dr. Sherene Razack speaks on “We didn't kill 'em, we didn't cut their heads off": Reflections on Torture at Abu Ghraib.
News
Gail Davidson | A detailed legal look at how the Supreme Court failed Omar Khadr and all Canadians, and gave prime ministers power to allow or deny Charter Rights.
Podcast
Sean Mullen | In Washington, the Justice Department is about to issue an ethics report, reviewing the use of torture by U.S. officials.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | Stephen Harper has created a hornet's nest for himself with his decision to prorogue Parliament, arousing the wrath of even the social-networking crowd.