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2017-01-21 23:44
Assorted content for your weekend reading.- Linda McQuaig discusses the hollow promise of "populist" billionaires who ultimately serve only to enrich themselves and their class. And Lana Pay… Read More
2017-01-15 18:56
Yes, there's no doubt that Kevin O'Leary's suggestion of selling off Senate appointments is nothing short of asinine.That's not so much because the idea is inherently unconstitutional, but b… Read More
2017-01-11 04:03
Yes, Justin Trudeau has set up his predictable excuse for breaking his promise of electoral reform by putting a new minister in charge of the file during a crucial period. But let's see what… Read More
2017-01-08 17:30
Gregory Beatty raises some noteworthy possibilities as to how Ryan Meili's entry into the Saskatoon-Meewasin by-election may reverberate in Saskatchewan's broader political scene. But there… Read More
2017-01-05 23:20
This and that for your Thursday reading.- Anis Chowdhury refutes the theory that top-heavy tax cuts have anything to do with economic development:Cross-country research has found no relation… Read More
2016-12-16 14:53
There's plenty of ugly news coming out about the continued problems with Brad Wall's pet carbon capture and storage project - including thoroughly unimpressive output numbers, and payouts to… Read More
2016-12-03 22:06
A bit of electoral reform material for your weekend reading.- Nathan Cullen points out how the Special Committee on Electoral Reform's report (PDF) serves as an effective road map to make ev… Read More
2016-11-25 02:03
And now, time to give credit to the Saskatchewan Party where it's due. Some people are justifiably anticipating that thanks to Donald Trump, self-dealing will be the word of the year to come… Read More
2016-11-22 23:29
This and that for your Tuesday reading.- The Star argues that Canada can't afford to leave tax loopholes wide open for the rich - as the Libs are doing in violation of their campaign promise… Read More
2016-11-17 14:37
Needless to say, it's disappointing that there now doesn't seem to be any prospect of a shift to a more proportional federal electoral system without a referendum. But the NDP's move to buil… Read More

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