political pandering

A core role of government is dispute avoidance and resolution. Yet, politicians are ducking accountability for their failures and pitting Canadians against each other.

Canadians are united. It’s the politicians that are the problem

The policies that ultimately get adopted can be a blueprint for the Conservatives' next election platform — but the leadership doesn't have to follow them to the letter.

From embryos to Jerusalem and supply management to pornography, here’s what’s on the agenda at the Conservative policy convention.

The bottom line is that Baltimore politicians pandered to a constituency that was not concerned with public safety and was more concerned with gaining power and influence over the police department – even as the crime and murder rate began to skyrocket.

Baltimore police ‘stopped noticing crime’ after Freddie Gray riots.

Trudeau Sr. said: 'I do not think the purpose of a government is to right the past. It cannot rewrite history. It is our purpose to be just in our time'.

With another apology, Trudeau tries to right — and rewrite — the past.

We are losing billions in new GDP all across the country and billions more in government revenues.

The federal government is not subjecting foreign oil imported into Canada to the same environmental standards is has imposed on Western Canadian oil.

The "deal" isn't legally binding because it was negotiated by the P5+1, an informal group with no legal existence, no mission statement and answerable to no one.

The decision by US President Donald Trump to prolong the lifting of some sanctions against Iran for a further 120 days has reopened the 4-year old “what to do about Iran” debate.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks in Ottawa on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017.Justin Tang / Canadian Press

92% of middle class families face tax hike over $2,200 beginning in 2019: Fraser Institute

In this June 2, 2014 photo, Wendy Harrison, a waitress at the icon Grill in Seattle, carries food to a table as she works during lunchtime.AP Photo/Ted S. Warren

The inconvenient truths of the $15 minimum wage: Business can’t just ‘make more money’.

Newly independent Sen. Lynn Beyak is refuting Andrew Scheer's version of the facts surrounding his decision to kick her out of the Conservative caucus — and blasting his inexperienced leadership.

Sen. Lynn Beyak blasts Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer after being booted from caucus for ‘racist’ letters.

CPP changes end age restrictions on survivor benefits.

Fighter jet mess reeks of politics, deceit and cowboy economics.

New fighter-jet competition to have ‘economic interest’ requirement.

Coming changes threaten security of Ontario’s pensioners.

Don’t trust Wynne on car insurance.

RCMP introducing Indigenous blanket exercise for all new cadets.

Ontario announces $93 million for cycling infrastructure from cap-and trade fund.