Colby Cosh on Canadian democracy: Should we be glad it has never been tried?
Report by B.C.’s Speaker is a bizarre foray by self-appointed spy
The left keeps losing because it’s lost a sense of loyalty
Did 1968 Win the Culture War?
Democrats no match for ‘nationalist’ Trump.
Exorcising Marx and His Economics
Election results prove smartphones get more attention than candidates.
It is not the jaw-dropping murder rate or endemic corruption which marks every aspect of public life and office in the South America nation, for they are but symptoms of the greater affliction: decade upon decade of left-wing government. Reformer Jair Bolsonaro aims to change that.
A looming sense of foreboding in America
A Culture So Open, Its ‘Brains Fall Out’
Maxime Bernier is furious after being interviewed by the CBC — and he may have a point.
The Liberals’ ‘consultation’ with Canadians about banning handguns is pointless pretending.
Canada is quickly losing its economic advantages.
I am hearing rumblings that the media and left are much nastier against Ontario’s Premier Ford and his government than against Premier Mike Harris back in the late 1990s. Not so far, actually.
The Villain in the Trans Mountain Fiasco – and Other Fiascos since 2004 – is the Supreme Court of Canada
Who makes the *rule of law*?
Sweden election results: Overseas votes could swing power deadlock.
Backlogs, delays, aborted projects – let’s face it, Canada is grinding to a halt.
Sir John A. has been carted off and shunted in Victoria.
Cheap, anti-gun theatrics from Toronto politicians won’t stop another shooting.
STUDY: ‘Medicare For All’ Would Cost $32.6 Trillion Over Ten Years
Doug Ford’s attack on Toronto’s city council is a declaration of war.
Doug Ford needs to cut Toronto council in half…and now.
Germany: Migration Deal Keeps Merkel in Power, For Now
The Glory of Timely Leftist Overreach
Toronto Mayor pleads for help from Ontario, Ottawa after 10 shot in five days.
Tucker: Left’s gamble that voters hate Trump is failing.
Car Wars, the Empire strikes back!
Millennials are waking up to the grim financial future left to them by baby boomers — and they’re angry.
Exactly how much debt do Canadians really think they’ll ever be able to repay?