Norman Webster, reporter, editor-in-chief, and word-farmer extraordinaire, sheds light on reporting and more in a riveting collection of columns spanning his decades in 'newspapering.'
One might laugh at President Comacho’s antics in Idiocracy, but there is nothing funny about Donald Trump’s zig-zag exit from the White House.
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole has behaved more like a political opportunist than a serious leader.
Back in 2015, a campaigning Justin Trudeau promised that he would end all long-term boil water advisories on reserves across Canada within five years. He has had the five years, and nothing has changed.
Outgoing President Donald Trump has two months to lash out before Joe Biden takes office. He's already called on Republican legislators to help him override the election, and contemplated attacking Iran.
But don’t be fooled. In political distance, Jan. 20, 2021, is as far away as Mars. There is plenty of time for the man who is still president until he isn’t, to make mischief. And make mischief he already has.
Past presidents have issued disgraceful pardons and left regulatory messes for their successors. Donald Trump could go even further than that.
Who would vote for a man who has encouraged racists and white supremacists, suppressed and denied science, cozied up to dictators and demagogues, betrayed his allies, and permanently separated immigrant families?