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Flubbing the case for CBC

To cut, or not to cut – should the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s federal subsidy continue to shrink? In light of the Conservative government’s removal of about ten ...
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Cancer and money – YOUR money

Since April is Daffodil Month for the Canadian Cancer Society, I’m going to take this opportunity to look at cancer and money. Not the Cancer Society’s money; yours. Interestingly, ...
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I’m sorry, or maybe I’m not: Rob Ford and 3 journalists

Four apologies of note have been in the news in the past week: Fox News’ Chris Wallace with Mike Gallagher, Rolling Stone’s Sabrina Rubin Erdely, and former Toronto mayor Rob Ford. ...
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Where are Canadian blacks on CBC?

In a visit to Brazil in 2002, US President George W. Bush, was rumoured to have asked the then-Brazilian President, Fernando Henrique Cardoso, a strange question: “Do you have blacks, ...
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Five recent lies, hypocrisy and myths about Israel

These past couple of months has seen no shortage of media coverage on Israel and its prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. Everywhere from the Israeli prime minister’s speech to Congress, ...
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Israeli election post-mortem: It’s a center-right nation

The 2015 Israeli elections will forever be remembered as the great comeback of Benjamin Netanyahu. The lead-up polls to election day suggested Netanyahu was facing an embarrassing loss ...
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Sex, conservatives, and the Christine Elliott campaign

By Neil Flagg The PC Party of Ontario is in the middle of a leadership race, and lo and behold, an issue has arisen that has unified the conservative base. Premier Wynne has dropped ...
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Did “news” comedians divide America?

In the past 15 years American politics has become more polarized than ever, and a case could be made that lately, two popular television shows have helped shape these circumstances. Why ...
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Dispatches from the Ford Nation Underground: Sex Ed Edition

By Neil Flagg On Feb. 23, Ontario’s Premier Kathleen Wynne released her new Sex Ed curriculum, to be implemented in all of Ontario’s primary and middle schools in the Fall of 2015. Some ...
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Do not launch words of mass destruction

I’ll say it with certainty: if given the choice between smacked hard in the head with a baseball bat, or a personal detail of mine being revealed to many people, I’d choose to have ...
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