Thursday, December 17, 2015

Worth Reading - December 17, 2015

It has been a challenging week, so please forgive an abbreviated Worth Reading. 

Doug Saunders in the Globe and Mail writes about Donald Trump's far-right positions and how they have impacted the Republican Party. I wrote about a similar topic on Tuesday. 

Andrew Coyne questions the Liberal government's Senate reform strategy

New Zealand has a new flag to challenge the current one in a referendum. I think it is very fetching. 

Steve Paikin writes about the 'Derangement Syndrome' that dogs political leaders. 

Tim Harper writes that Justin Trudeau's fresh government is about to hit some road pumps with more controversial issues

Desmond Cole offers his take on the cabbie protests in Toronto against Uber. 

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