Alberta’s big problem is the same as Russia’s – so what’s Stephen Harper doing about it?

The Globe and Mail, tireless cheerleader for the Harper Government, was Woo-hoo! That’ll teach those Russkies to try to keep NATO missile forces off their strategic front porch! As

A meditation on the parlous state of the prime ministerial belfry: is he batty, or what?

When I ponder our prime minister’s mental state nowadays, my mind spontaneously offers up a rude phrase about the things bats leave behind in belfries. Prime Minister Stephen Harper

On the centenary of Gavrilo Princip’s fateful shot in Sarajevo, let’s learn the right lessons from history

Today is the centenary of the day Gavrilo Princip took his little Belgian pistol to Sarajevo and blew the heir presumptive to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire

The NFA is right about one thing: it’s time to talk about guns and mental health

Enough time has passed since the shocking murders of three Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers in Moncton, N.B., for Canadians to start to ponder the serious issues raised

Enough petulant propaganda, please: the hammer of D-Day crushed Hitler on the anvil of Russia

It’s been 70 years today since our magnificent Canadian soldiers went ashore at Juno Beach in Normandy to play their part the grim and deadly task of sweeping

Vladimir Putin’s strategic crisis in 2014 sure looks a lot like John F. Kennedy’s in 1962

“Good evening, my fellow citizens,” President “Within the past week unmistakable evidence has established the fact that a series of offensive missile sites is now in preparation on