Another catastrophe in America, just like the last one. Trudeau exploits it at home. Poilievre goes a bit nuts. Also, food's gonna get pricy, and what…
Gradually less experimental The Line podcast episode #0.7 Listen now (45 min) | In which we search for things to say about another disaster in the U.S. that leaves us with no words and no wisdom.
In the old days, doing your research meant consulting sources that had either been peer-reviewed or quality controlled in some way. That's over now.
Figure this out now, or risk losing Alberta to the NDP for a generation
If you’re on Twitter, you get sucked into the culture of Twitter. The machine and the mob are tugging on you constantly.
I have a "reasonable general concern" that some travellers could be targeted for phone and computer searches based on their political views.
On Kenney's end, why we don't give the feds the benefit of the doubt, and concerns about NATO's unity.
Gradually less experimental The Line podcast episode #0.6 Listen now | Kenney goes poof, monkeypox, why we don't give the government the benefit of the doubt, and Jen's fancy 'do.
It wasn't Jason Kenney's decision to re-open last summer that doomed his leadership: it was his arrogance.
Rather like Gothic fiction, what might be called "disease science fiction" is something of a disease itself, infecting other literatures and…
While it may be a low-profile election for the public, in various ways the stakes remain high for the leaders of all three main parties.
Ukrainians think that when Canada announces a program, it's in place. Usually, of course, it's not even close.