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Recipe for Hate in Quill and Quire: “suspenseful page-turner”!

Quill and Quire has just published, online and elsewhere, their review of Recipe For Hate.  Here’s what they have to say: “Kinsella skilfully blends convincing depictions of both the punk scene and the racist underground…” “The novel is a suspenseful page-turner that also gives considerable food for thought, anchored in realistically drawn characters and an eye... View Article

Canada’s aging population is going to put a strain on government coffers

Opinion: As a result of dramatic demographic change, and the resulting higher spending and slower revenue growth, governments in Canada face stark choices The post Canada’s aging population is going to put a strain on government coffers appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Column: oppo works – and it can work against Trump

Hate him.  The 70 per cent of Americans who self-identify as Democrats or Independents share one thing: they hate, hate, hate Donald Trump. They want him gone. Impeached, indicted, whatever. Gone. The 30 per cent of who still call themselves Republicans, however, love him. They adore him. They stick with him. No amount of controversy,... View Article

Stephen Harper’s NAFTA memo shows how little the former PM has changed

Paul Wells pokes holes in Harper's flawed, albeit very familiar NAFTA memo attacking the Trudeau government for its approach to Donald Trump The post Stephen Harper’s NAFTA memo shows how little the former PM has changed appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Stephen Harper’s no-good advice on NAFTA

Stephen Maher: The former PM's leaked memo criticizing Liberal strategy is not only off-target, it risks damaging his reputation The post Stephen Harper’s no-good advice on NAFTA appeared first on Macleans.ca.

From here on in, it only gets harder for Donald Trump

Allen Abel reports from the courthouse where the long arm of U.S. law finally touched the president's campaign team The post From here on in, it only gets harder for Donald Trump appeared first on Macleans.ca.

White House brushes off Paul Manafort’s indictment, George Papadopoulos’ guilty plea

"It doesn't have anything to do with us." White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders gave a briefing following the news that the first round of indictments had been made in the Russia probe. The post White House brushes off Paul Manafort’s indictment, George Papadopoulos’ guilty plea appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Collusion vs. Conspiracy: Defining the Russia probe terms

We break down the legal terms you need to know to keep up with the Trump-Russia saga. The post Collusion vs. Conspiracy: Defining the Russia probe terms appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The George Papadopoulos plea deal is now Trump’s big problem

Scott Gilmore on the reasons why details from the Trump campaign's foreign policy advisor are staggering and scandalous The post The George Papadopoulos plea deal is now Trump’s big problem appeared first on Macleans.ca.

School Library Journal: Recipe For Hate “a compelling and jagged read”!

 .@sljournal calls Recipe for Hate by @kinsellawarren “a compelling and jagged read.” It’s available now: https://t.co/qsIMJwVVV2 pic.twitter.com/NOdaPvY231 — Dundurn (@dundurnpress) October 30, 2017 With a title ripped from a Bad Religion song, this book does not try to hide its punk flair. X and Kurt Blank are best friends in Portland, Maine at the... View Article

Trump campaign conspired with Russia: guilty plea proves it

That Robert Mueller is one crafty guy. He knew the Unpresident would say (a) the Manafort/Gates indictment doesn’t mention me or my campaign (b) they were bad guys I haven’t had any contact with in a long time, and (c) me and my campaign did nothing wrong. Mueller knew Trump would do that.  He knew.... View Article

Paul Manafort asked to surrender to federal authorities, say reports

Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort has been told to surrender to federal authorities as part of the Mueller probe The post Paul Manafort asked to surrender to federal authorities, say reports appeared first on Macleans.ca.

After sexual harassment at Riviera, will politicians go back to eat?

It was a place where the PM's family could be spotted dining and where politicians and lobbyists went when work ran late The post After sexual harassment at Riviera, will politicians go back to eat? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Liberals to delay billions in infrastructure spending

Canada's federal Liberals will shift just over $2 billion in planned infrastructure spending to future years The post Liberals to delay billions in infrastructure spending appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trump’s campaign manager is indicted – for conspiring against the United States

Here is the first page of the multi-count indictment. Read it. It is extraordinary. And there can be no doubt, now, that Trump’s campaign was effectively run out of the Kremlin. Have a nice day, President Pisstape.  Your misery is just beginning, you racist, sexist sonofabitch.

But I mean this in the nicest possible way

One of these things is spherical, perfectly-round, white and full of hot air. The other is a balloon. #ableg #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/jzSvCQJkye — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) October 30, 2017

Good morning Americas! It’s #IndictmentMonday!

It will be such a good day, too!  My God Almighty, how I enjoy the misery and despair that will be unleashed today! Trumpkins being bankrupted by legal bills! Once-close Trumpsters turning on each other before grand juries! The inner circle’s mug shots living on the Internet, forever!  Make Assholes Guilty Again! Who do you... View Article

Jason Kenney wooed Alberta’s conservatives. Next, the rest of Alberta.

Throwing red meat to the base is fun, but Kenney's social conservatism could now be a liability The post Jason Kenney wooed Alberta’s conservatives. Next, the rest of Alberta. appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trump dossier research triggered by website with Republican ties

The Washington Free Beacon originally retained the political research firm Fusion GPS to scour then-candidate Trump's background for negative information The post Trump dossier research triggered by website with Republican ties appeared first on Macleans.ca.

And people wonder how Trump got elected

Wonder no more, etc.  (Even here in Canada.) Support for Bill 62: Quebec 76% BC 69% Saskatchewan 69% Manitoba 69% Ontario 66% Alberta 64% Atlantic 57% — Karl Bélanger (@KarlBelanger) October 27, 2017

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