BOOKS: Most Canadians are blissfully unaware of how poorly Canada really performs as a serious global contender
by Michael Taube | Aug 18, 2023
MICHAEL TAUBE in BOOKS: The Lincoln come-from-behind victory to become the Republican Presidential candidate highlights the unpredictable nature of U.S. politics
by Pat Murphy | Jul 21, 2023
PAT MURPHY: Was Becket, perhaps subconsciously, simply in search of sainthood and martyrdom?
by Roslyn Kunin | Jul 18, 2023
ROSLYN KUNIN: Unlikely Insider documents Jack Austin conviction that even a single individual can bring about substantial change
by Gerry Chidiac | Jul 3, 2023
GERRY CHIDIAC: Confronting the imperfections of our heroes can be challenging, but we must never resort to cancel culture
by Pat Murphy | Jul 2, 2023
PAT MURPHY: In June 1963, U.S. President John F. Kennedy was welcomed to Ireland as ‘the first citizen of the great republic of the west’
by Michael Bonner | Jun 8, 2023
MICHAEL BONNER: The optimism of the Information Age has been replaced with the age of despair. It is a cause for concern
by Pat Murphy | May 26, 2023
PAT MURPHY in BOOKS: But who was Charlemagne and why is a prize named after him?
by Pat Murphy | May 18, 2023
PAT MURPHY: Austrian ruler Maria Theresa was one tough cookie
by Michael Taube | May 16, 2023
MICHAEL TAUBE: From Liniers’ Macanudo to Frazz and The Dragon Who Lived Downstairs
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