Democrats stray

Vulture who resembles a sparrow leads party to the extreme fringe DALLAS—It would be hard to find a nastier piece of political work than Nancy...

Darkness lifts

Soon, we’ll be able to sing our anthem with pride again “I sit in one of the dives on 52nd Street as the clever hopes...

Gritty reality

Liberals never seem to tire of wallowing in hypocrisy Prime Minister Paul Martin and his ilk never seem to tire of demonstrating the shallowness...

The people spoke

Establishment’s preferences were swept aside Let’s just call it the Charlottetown syndrome. You’ll recall the Charlottetown accord, the illegitimate constitutional child of the Meech Lake...

Nation of sheep

If Harper can’t turn it around there’s little hope for Canada I asked author and commentator Mark Milke whether he believes Canada is truly a...

Taft’s burden

Liberal baggage makes revival plan a lost cause Alberta Liberal leader Kevin Taft has the light blue eyes of a perennial dreamer. I’ve met Kevin’s...

Long war ahead

Some apologists contend exclusion is behind terrorism You should never beat a woman, not even with a flower —Muhammad Yes, I am somewhat well-versed in the...

Holocaust heroes

Sidney and Bronia Cyngiser urge new generation to always speak out I’ve never been able to watch Holocaust movies, from Sophie’s Choice to Schindler’s List...

Equalization ruse

Premiers always have hands out for more welfare from Ottawa One of the biggest political scams in our country right now must be de-mands by...

Applause fades

If Klein won’t go willingly then he must be pushed Way, way back, I recall having lunch at the now defunct downtown 400 Club with...

Off and stunning

Quick start from Harper’s Tories sets Canada in right direction Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservatives have just about sewn up a majority government come the...

Ted’s warning

Leadership hopeful believes Alberta still faces threat Progressive Conservative leadership challenger Ted Morton has always seemed to me to be a kind of Canadian mix...

Lesson of Hungary

Revolt gave West chance to topple Soviets 50 years ago Fifty years ago around this time, my tiny home in Britain was crammed full with...

Justice for all

Watchdog looks out for Canadians whose rights have been snatched My friend John Carpay speaks and writes fluent English, French and Dutch and has...

Give me a break

Who knows what puritanical bureaucrats will ban next? I see myself as a cosmopolitan fellow, having travelled much of the world and having friends of...