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ERIC H. SUSSMAN: I prosecuted Conrad Black — and this presidential pardon is a mockery of justice
Early Wednesday evening, I began receiving a series of texts and emails alerting me to the fact that President Donald Trump had pardoned Conrad Black. Many of these messages concluded with the question, “Can you believe it?” My answer to ...
REX MURPHY: What Donald Trump would like in a man like Conrad Black
Let me not to the marriage of true mind admit impediments. I am not sure why a nuptial sonnet first wandered to mind when I heard President Donald Trump had issued a full pardon to Canada’s premier historian/journalist, but its first line ...
SHACHI KURL : Conservatives are surging provincially. Can Andrew Scheer win their biggest battle?
Notwithstanding a stumble on the Rock Thursday night, Canadian Conservatives have wracked up a year’s worth of election victories in Ontario, Alberta, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, showing an appetite, and aptitude, for winning. Their ...
ALEX HARROLD: The science of stupid
“We learn from history that we do not learn anything from history.” That’s a quote from the German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, from an extensive work on – what else? – The Philosophy of History. It ...
BRUCE MacKINNON CARTOON: May 17, 2019
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CHRIS SELLEY: Andrew Scheer's unlikely path to victory runs against history and a strong economy
Whatever other adjectives might describe the 2019 federal election campaign, “novel” is unlikely to be one of them. Four years ago, Justin Trudeau asked us to look past a dozen positive economic indicators and instead interrogate our ...
PAT CULLEN: The forgotten
They have no advocates, so they suffer in silence. They seldom make the news and they almost never complain, as if they are ashamed to lift the curtain on what must be the most miserable and pathetic of existences. They are the single adults of ...
CHRIS SELLEY: Conservative or Liberal, foreign policy ambitions clash with Canadians’ utter apathy
One campaign promise Justin Trudeau’s Liberals can genuinely claim to have kept appears on page 69 of their 2015 platform: “We will renew Canada’s commitment to peacekeeping operations.” It was a low bar to clear, and it ...
CONRAD BLACK: The President of the United States called. I was being pardoned, at last
The two counts for which I have just received a presidential pardon, and of which I was “convicted” in 2011, after the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously vacated them only to have a self-serving appellate judge reinstate them, were for wire ...
LETTER to the EDITOR: Victim already?
Dear Editor: I object to your paper’s referring to someone as “the victim” because that person has succeeded in getting the police to lay a charge against someone else. If “accuser” sounds too “harsh” ...