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In equal balance justly weighed

Slouching toward Democracy

Where have all the wise men gone?

By Populist Demand

When urban and rural voters went separate ways

Tasha Kheiriddin

Tasha Kheiriddin writes weekly columns for the National Post and and comments on politics in English for CTV Newschannel and in French for Radio Canada and RDI. She is co-author with Adam Daifallah of Rescuing Canada’s Right: Blueprint for a Conservative Revolution (Wiley and Sons, 2005).

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Tasha Kheiriddin

How Did It Come to This?

For progressives facing conservative victories, the question looms large January–February 2013
If you are a Canadian conservative, these are good times to be in federal politics. Stephen Harper’s Tories have been in power for six years and three elections, and are now well into the second year of their long-coveted majority government. The Bloc Québécois has been obliterated, thanks to a 101-seat NDP opposition that draws over half its base from…

Enough Talk

It is time to take action on the dangers—and opportunities—in gambling on Native reserves October 2011
irst Nations Gaming in Canada is billed as the first multidisciplinary study of aboriginal gaming in Canada. The book lives up to this description: its twelve essays span the historical, sociological, economic and political aspects of the issue. Contributors, including editor Yale Belanger, are all suitably credentialed and have written on this subject…