Despite being granted bail, Wikileaks founder and editor Julian Assange remains imprisoned in London, awaiting extradition proceedings to answer a prosecutor's questions in Sweden.
As conditions worsen, as wages and living standards fall, as insecurity increases, as the social safety net frays, objection and dissent increases. The government spends money and builds its response.
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The People's Commission Network is organizing a conference to mobilize our networks to collectively address the growing threat of the national security agenda.
David J. Climenhaga
A defamation suit by Galloway would possibly be useful, certainly instructive and surely a source of political entertainment of the most elevated sort.
One of the most prominent foreign policy advisors from the U.S. visits Canada to discuss global power and the American role in determining the fate of the planet.
The most ignored aspect of the Speaker's ruling against the Harper government on the issue of the torture of Afghan prisoners, is that no one has commented on the government's basis for stonewalling.
Documents reveal potentially damaging implications for the Minister Jason Kenney, and possible repercussions for the government's use of national security claims. View the documents.
Friends of American hate-caster Ann Coulter want to frame the controversies about her Canadian speaking tour as freedom of speech issues. This is baloney.
I Read The News Today, Oh Boy!
Having self-prorogued IRTN is back looking at Harper's continued revolution, the importance of the upcoming Massachusetts Senate race on U.S. health care and the invasion of the body scanners.
What happens when an empire is run by people who have a visceral contempt for government and all it stands for? You have an empire that will ultimately fail.