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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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Boo-etiquette: when is it rude to boo?

When is it OK to boo a public official, and when is it downright rude? Lately, New York Mayor Bill deBlasio was booed by officers at a police graduation ceremony. According to Time ...
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A lying leader + lazy media = very bad news

Two great winter reads make a near perfect one-two punch for those interested in the current state of American politics and media: “You Lie!” by independent journalist Jack Cashill, ...
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Infographic: The High Cost of College

During President Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday, much emphasis was placed on education, learning, teachers, schooling, and young professionals entering the job market. In ...
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Harper vs. Obama: two very different Israel visits

Prime Minister Stephen Harper is in Israel, having already spoken at the Israeli parliament, and already paid a visit to the Holocaust memorial, altogether serving as a natural extension ...
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Government Health Care: Good Intentions with Deadly Consequences

When it comes to healthcare policy, liberals have long obsessed with quantity rather than quality. On both sides of the Canada-US border, healthcare legislation has been about getting ...
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Infographic: All you need to know about President Obama’s budget

Our friends at the Heritage Foundation have put together a quick guide to President Obama’s budget. Though it would be entirely accurate to summarize the budget with a simple ...
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The topsy-turvy world of “Israel-worsters”

With President Barack Obama’s forthcoming trip to Israel set for March 15, pundits on both sides of the political spectrum are weighing in on whether the trip has any significance. By ...
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Part II: In Which I Protest the Inauguration of the 44th President of the United States

Read Part I here. We battled our way through the throngs of people whose excitement was rapidly turning into distinctly metropolitan irritation at the sight of huge lineups everywhere—for ...
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Part I: In Which I Attend the Inauguration of the 44th President of the United States

It wasn’t a particularly normal Monday. On Mondays, I’m used to getting up at my townhouse in Southern Ontario, pouring myself a cup of coffee, and booting up my e-mail. On this ...
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