Blog May 19
A destroyed ambulance in the Gaza Strip in 2014
J. Baglow | It is impossible to make sense of a fundamentally senseless situation. A pessimist's view of recent events in Gaza.
Blog May 19
Raul Burabno | A summary of the candidates running in Sunday's presidential election
Blog May 19
Jim Hodgson | Canadian observers of Venezuela's election hear from the foreign minister, and he's not happy about a recent Canadian decision
News May 19
Karl Nerenberg | Andrea Horwath’s party is moving up in all the Ontario election polls. The NDP appears to have momentum now, but there is lots of the campaign left to fight.
Columnists May 18
Rick Salutin | The only reason for panic is our retrograde, undemocratic electoral system. It would give Doug over 70 per cent of seats with his 40 per cent of the vote.
Blog May 18
Reg Basken (Photo: David J. Climenhaga)
David J. Climenhaga | Conservatives starting to hyperventilate about the possibility of David Suzuki being nominated can settle down. You actually have to live here, at least some of the time, to be considered.
Blog May 17 correspondent Humberto Da Silva will be in Venezuela covering the election on May 20. Photo courtesy of Humberto Da Silva
Humberto DaSilva |'s Humberto DaSilva will be in Venezuela to cover its election on May 20. Here he describes a very personal connection to a country he is visiting for the first time.
Podcast May 17
Image: Humberto da Silva
Victoria Fenner | rabble video contributor Humberto DaSilva (a.k.a. Not Rex) has a personal connection to Venezuela, which is one reason he's going there to monitor the May 20 federal election.
Blog May 17
Pasture in Manitoba. Photo: Richard Turenne/Flickr
Lynne Fernandez | Climate change and species extinction represent the greatest crises facing us today. Hopefully Manitoba's government will show leadership and protect community pastures for future generations.
Blog May 17
Alberta Opposition Leader Jason Kenney (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | Why are so many old Tories going to pot? Is Canadian democracy is simply too important to be left in the hands of voters? The UCP caucus gets its exercise! Derek Fildebrandt gets something right!
Columnists May 17
Activists stand over small fire in Milwaukee 14 action. Photo: Jim Forest/Flickr
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The Catonsville Nine action on May 17, 1968 prompted a wave of similar acts of anti-war, nonviolent civil disobedience.
Podcast May 16
Image: Hannah Davis and Brian McLaren
David Peck | Brian McLaren talks with David Peck about his new book "The Great Spiritual Migration," differences as assets, patriarchy as a weapon, a system of beliefs vs. a way of life and the way of love.