David McLaughlin, former president of the National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy, on Trudeau's chances for a climate change deal The post Can Trudeau make a deal with the premiers to fight climate change? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Everyone has their own theory, these days, about why the world is going to shit. Mine is poverty, plus technology. ? So, flying el Al into Israel for the first time, two miles up, I could literally see where Israel started, and where it ended. Israel, from the air, is green and lush. It […]
Even if you don't live in Alberta, the NDP's outrageous new $3 billion a year carbon tax will effect you, too.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is a hyperfeminist, a lesbian activist. She hates patriarchies, especially old white men who tell women what to do.
Leaving Jamaica shortly, but my prediction about this particular column: (a) some people will say I’m a fascist (b) some people will say I’m a leftist extremist (c) National Newawatch won’t link to it, thereby persuading me to fund a new news aggregator, stay tuned, etc.
Hope so. We shall see. They are, as Bernard-Henri Lévy said, indisputably the enemy, now. “Today we sent a clear, unambiguous message that there will be no respite from our collective efforts to stop, suppress and destroy ISIS. “
It amazes me, frankly, that there is a hotter debate on what to do about Syrian refugees than there is on what to do about the genocidal subhumans who made them refugees in the first place – the enemy, ISIS. But that’s just me, I guess. What do you think? Everyone’s got an opinion on […]
He’s got a book out, and he’s talking to the media, too. Canada AM clip right here. Miss this guy. We had a great, great team, too.
How will China respond now that ISIS has executed a Chinese hostage? I think I can guess...
We all know how long hospital wait times are.
I've got some final thoughts as I prepare to return to Canada after covering the Paris terror attacks.