The political theatre of referenda on taxes3 minute read Updated: Yesterday at 7:22 AM CDT
It was, one supposes, intended as a bold declaration, a signal to supporters that hers will be a no-nonsense kind of government.
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To Trump or not to Trump?4 minute read Preview Monday, May. 22, 2023
The May 10 CNN town hall broadcast featuring former United States president Donald Trump wrapped up almost two weeks ago, but Americans are still trying to figure out what exactly happened.
The whole town hall idea seemed implausible: CNN, a network reviled by Mr. Trump and which has steadfastly challenged the former president’s false claims of electoral fraud, giving an open forum and free rein to the presumptive front-runner for the 2024 Republican nomination to spew his Trumpian effluent.
But, hey, news is news. At least, that’s the way CNN leadership tried to justify its decision to host the town hall.
In the aftermath of the profane and incorrigible performance by Trump, CNN CEO Chris Licht reportedly told staff: “You do not have to like the former president’s answers but you can’t say that we didn’t get them.”
Time for honest answers: Canadians deserve clarity on Chong4 minute read Preview Friday, May. 5, 2023
Time for the Vatican to send precious First Nations relics home4 minute read Preview Thursday, May. 4, 2023