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Politics and its Discontents: UPDATED: Gerald Caplan’s Lament

The NDP exists for a reason: to express certain principles and to represent certain voters. Today it is not easy to say what the Ontario party’s principles are or for whom it speaks.

This lament, which Gerald Caplan places near the beginning of his open letter to Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath, expresses both . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: UPDATED: Gerald Caplan’s Lament

ezra winton: My birthday wish: Support alternative media

Today is my birthday, and my birthday wish—aside from health and happiness for my friends and especially my family—is for widespread and even sustained! support for alternative and independent media, especially from the anniversary wish-list below.

Every time we buy a Globe and Mail newspaper or watch any Canadian news program on television we . . . → Read More: ezra winton: My birthday wish: Support alternative media

Walking Turcot Yards: International Women’s Day 2013

International Women’s Day: What’s the way forward? By

Judy Rebick

| March 8, 2013

As an aging feminist I am often asked to speak about the progress we have made as feminists and how much is left to do. It gets depressing sometimes because of the persistence of violence against women and economic inequality. I . . . → Read More: Walking Turcot Yards: International Women’s Day 2013

wRanter.com: Why Thomas Mulcair gets it when it comes to Israel

Not surprisingly, Thomas Mulcair won the NDP leadership last month, replacing Saint Jack Layton as the man social democrats hope can rally left-of-centre voters to defeat Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservatives. Here’s hoping he’s successful, but as I argued in an earlier post, it seems unlikely that he will be, because the left is as . . . → Read More: wRanter.com: Why Thomas Mulcair gets it when it comes to Israel