In my latest Loonie Politics column, I say the U.S. midterms were pretty much an ugly draw, their Constitution still works, and life goes on because politics isn’t as important as politicians and pundits often claim.
In my latest Loonie Politics column I ridicule echo-chamber media that spent the entire hearing saying every decent person wanted Brett Kavanaugh voted down and expelled from decent society and the Republican Party was doing itself huge electoral harm over the issue, only to turn around and report that Republicans are keen to campaign on it in the Congressional midterms while Democrats want to avoid it.
In my latest Loonie Politics column I say the Ontario Tories must speak and act boldly to get out of the hole they dug for themselves by not believing their own warnings about the state of provincial finances under the Liberals.
In my latest Loonie Politics piece I say the real question about shrinking Toronto City Council is why people who call Doug Ford an evil rights-hating maniac for invoking the Notwithstanding Clause to protect legislative authority aren’t even slightly concerned about judges routinely invoking Section 1 of the Charter to infringe fundamental rights like free speech.
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In my latest Loonie Politics column I praise John McCain's willingness to rock the boat politically even on some issues where I think he was wrong, because we need more mavericks and less partisanship.
In my latest Loonie Politics column I say there's nothing wrong with what the Trudeau administration tweeted about Saudi repression; it wasn't some utopian overreach to remake the world, just a statement in favour of the Canadian value of freedom.