Yes, opinion polls have turned against the Conservatives and it's true many Canadians cannot abide Harper. But Stephen Harper and his party can still win the next election, scheduled for October 2015.
For 2,500 years, political thinkers warned against the danger in a democracy of the tyranny of the majority, where the rights of the minority count for nothing.
Stephen Harper has celebrated the first anniversary of his majority by reminding Canadians of the moral tone he offers his country.
On my recent book tour to promote "Thieves of Bay Street" I have journeyed to Alberta, Montreal and Ottawa. In so doing, I have gotten a taste of the Canada which Harper's Tories are trying to forge.
For many years, Liberals have been eager advocates of "strategic voting" -- the idea that it makes sense to vote for a party you don't support in order to avoid the election of another party.
As we close in on one year of Stephen Harper's majority, it is evident that this is a very special government. YOU are just not on its list of priorities.
Crime and punishment sold in a bundle
New Democrats cannot do politics as usual to oust this misanthrope of a prime minister.
The New Democrats cannot do politics as usual in order to oust this misanthrope of a prime minister from power. They need to boldly build a movement of social justice as well as run a party.
Lalo Espejo wonders if Harper deserves the benefit of the doubt with a new majority...