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Roy Moore’s Alabama faithful pledge their allegiance near the pulpit

Allen Abel reports from a tiny church in the Alabama county that voted more decisively for Trump than any other county in the nation The post Roy Moore’s Alabama faithful pledge their allegiance near the pulpit appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Roy Moore’s Alabama faithful pledge their allegiance from the pulpit

Allen Abel reports from a tiny church in the Alabama county that voted more decisively for Trump than any other county in the nation The post Roy Moore’s Alabama faithful pledge their allegiance from the pulpit appeared first on Macleans.ca.

A Ford Nation poll, inaccurate 21 times out of 20

Look, I get along well with Doug Ford. I shouldn’t, given that I am a Bolshevik, in comparative terms. But we get along. So. There’s this poll that mysteriously appeared tonight, dropped on a Sunday night for what is called “rip and read” – designed to secure lots of uncritical play on Monday morning. I... View Article

Feds reconsidering Home Buyers’ Plan promise amid housing market fears

An internal document reveals the Liberals are hesitant to expand the popular program, worrying it will add fuel to the housing market. The post Feds reconsidering Home Buyers’ Plan promise amid housing market fears appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trump says Republicans are ‘unbeatable’ after Senate passes tax bill

Trump swept into New York on a $6-million fundraising blitz the day after former national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI The post Trump says Republicans are ‘unbeatable’ after Senate passes tax bill appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Lisa who?

Well, this is kind of interesting. What do you guys think? Prominent Liberal commentator and consultant Lisa Kinsella is “seriously considering” running for the soon-to-be-vacant Ward 32 seat on Toronto council. “I’ve been encouraged to run in Ward 32 and I’m taking my time to decide,” said Kinsella in an interview Nov. 28. “It’s a... View Article

Carleton U. reports on on this week’s lecture

Warren Kinsella talks Trump, Brexit and the far-right threat Carleton alumnus Warren Kinsella returned to his alma mater on Thursday, November 30 for a public lecture on the rise of the far-right in the Trump/Brexit era. Warren Kinsella gave a public lecture at Carleton this week on “The Rise of the Far Right in the... View Article

The coming American explosion

Scott Gilmore on why the Michael Flynn guilty plea is so momentous, and what it says about the political devastation soon to come The post The coming American explosion appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Michael Flynn and the dizzying descent into chaos

Opinion: Even if the Michael Flynn testimony proves a catalyst in the Mueller probe, America's politics may never return to normal The post Michael Flynn and the dizzying descent into chaos appeared first on Macleans.ca.

No more mushy middle: 2018 will be the end of centrist politics

Across the West, mainstream politicians have preached centrist compromise, but the cracks are showing and a reckoning is due. The post No more mushy middle: 2018 will be the end of centrist politics appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trump “directed” Flynn to contact the Russians

Wow. Just, wow. HOLY SHIT https://t.co/cPXso3e8mN — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) December 1, 2017

He was just the office boy National Security Advisor!

Totally unimportant. Nobody remembers him. Michael Who? To wit: WASHINGTON — President Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, is expected to plead guilty on Friday to lying to the F.B.I. about two conversations with the Russian ambassador last December during the presidential transition. Show More Summary

Michael Flynn to plead guilty to making false statements to FBI

Court documents released Friday show Flynn has been charged with a single count of making false statements The post Michael Flynn to plead guilty to making false statements to FBI appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Punk rock, reaching across borders and the ages

Our record label CEO, Simon Harvey, sent me a note: Well, this is cool. A friend in Vancouver just posted a picture, of a stack of great old singles he’s recently scooped, in the ’70s punk collector group. Joe Kidd– an early ’80s fixture who played in the most important Philippine punk band and is... View Article

Adler-Kinsella Show: in which I defend Bill Morneau and sing the praises of Sheila Martin

There’s Christmas music in the background, and the occasional bit of noise, all in the midst of the Recipe For Hate book tour!

If I have one message for y’all, this is it

Fighting far-right mvmts means getting involved in #cdnpoli at the local level, says @kinsellawarren "A tweet is not enough. A Facebook link is not enough. You need to show up." pic.twitter.com/ABvRDcyNDz — Communication & Media Studies @ Carleton (@CommStudies_CU) November 30, 2017

Ottawa bloodsport: Calling for Bill Morneau to resign

Will the finance minister step down? Now that the opposition has made a demand, one of Parliament's most relentless traditions begins. The post Ottawa bloodsport: Calling for Bill Morneau to resign appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Signs that Michael Flynn may take plea deal rattle Washington

The feeling of suspense around Robert Mueller's investigation deepened this week with the cancellation of grand jury testimony The post Signs that Michael Flynn may take plea deal rattle Washington appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Canadian Heritage would like to clarify some things about the Parliament Hill rink

The facility will host a hockey tournament and open skating, but the government has been criticized for the cost and rules The post Canadian Heritage would like to clarify some things about the Parliament Hill rink appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Despite Donald Trump, Canadians are still flocking to America

Many Canadians have decided to take a pass on the U.S. for at least four years. More Canadians have decided to keep crossing the border. The post Despite Donald Trump, Canadians are still flocking to America appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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