Queer-liberal: Today’s tonic: “Protests during Pride. Pushback against LGBTQ events. Inside the fight galvanizing some conservative Muslims in Canada”

Counter-demonstrators in Ottawa June 9 Today’s tonic: “Protests during Pride. Pushback against LGBTQ events. Inside the fight galvanizing some conservative Muslims in Canada” by Toronto Star staff reporter Omar Mosleh. This fair and thorough piece does a good job detailing both sides of the ongoing debates in our societies.  It

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Queer-liberal: This week’s tonic: Lawrence O’Donnell: “We now know who the star witness in the Trump docs case will be”

  MSNBC’s super awesome host Lawrence O’Donnell analyzes a new superseding indictment filed by Special Counsel Jack Smith in the Mar-A-Lago classified documents case this week, including new details about Donald Trump’s co-defendants Walter Nauta and Carlos De Oliveira trying and failing to get security camera footage deleted. Most of

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Queer-liberal: Today’s tonic: “Canada’s conservative rage farmers get a taste of their own crop,” by Max Fawcett

Today’s tonic: “Canada’s conservative rage farmers get a taste of their own crop,” by National Observer columnist Max Fawcett.  “Farmers aren’t usually caught off guard when it comes time to harvest the crops they’ve dutifully planted and fertilized. But some of the prominent conservative pundits who have spent years farming

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Queer-liberal: Today’s tonic: “York’s Catholic school trustees are abusing their power by refusing to raise the Pride flag. Their day of reckoning is coming”

Today’s tonic: “York’s Catholic school trustees are abusing their power by refusing to raise the Pride flag. Their day of reckoning is coming,” by Martin Regg Cohn I couldn’t  agree more with the columnist on this.   It’s long past time for an Ontario leader to be brave enough to take

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Queer-liberal: Tonight’s tonic: “Debunking three big myths about bike lanes…and why every North American city needs as many bike lanes as they can possibly build”

Tonight’s tonic: “Debunking three big myths about bike lanes” by Taylor C. Noakes, a public historian and independent journalist. I couldn’t agree more with these facts.  Enough of the neo-con nonsense that Mark Saunders is spouting in this election, which is just being pushed to divide Torontonians against Torontonians simply

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Queer-liberal: This weekend’s tonic from Chantal Hebert: “Is it time to step down? Five questions about Justin Trudeau’s future as he marks 10 years as Liberal leader.”

This weekend’s tonic from Chantal Hebert:  “Is it time to step down? Five questions about Justin Trudeau’s future as he marks 10 years as Liberal leader…none of the would-be successors to Trudeau commands an audience quite as large as his own. That is particularly true in Quebec, a province central

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Queer-liberal: This week’s tonic: “Canada’s spies and the hypocrites who adore them – Did China interfere in Canada’s elections? We don’t know. But journalists must not rely on friendly leaks for the truth.”

This week’s tonic by columnist Andrew Mitrovica: “Canada’s spies and the hypocrites who adore them – Did China interfere in Canada’s elections? We don’t know. But journalists must not rely on friendly leaks for the truth.”  “I am the author of one of two books of any consequence written about

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