One of Newfoundland’s most famous intellectuals argues the U.S. President’s election in 2016 offers valuable insight into American politics and society before it’s too late.
Our provincial and post-secondary leaders are playing with a dangerous idea.
Questionable strategy, fractured university community means everyone loses.
How can we explain the continued government inaction in the face of the worst recession since the cod moratorium?
Corporate attacks on the public sector and public employees inflict just as much damage on the private sector.
Why has government ignored all information detailing the potential negative consequences of CETA and gleefully implemented legislation to activate it?
But they plan to survive civilization’s collapse.
Whether or not global plutocracy can be toppled, its billions of victims need immediate help.
Indigenous rights and economic inequality dominated The Independent’s coverage of Muskrat Falls and Budget 2016.
What we need to know about neoliberalism. (Part 3 of 3)
What we need to know about toxic neoliberalism. (Part 1 of 3)
But cutting through the spin doesn’t inspire any greater confidence.
The Belgian regional government had it right all along on the controversial Canada-European Union trade agreement.
A massive change is underway in the west, and a fresh struggle for the soul of the middle class and the nations we call home is upon us.
The focus on xenophobia as the source of Britain’s exit from the EU and the appeal of Donald Trump conveniently ignores the link many Brits and Americans see between our prevailing globalist ideology and extensive job losses and underemployment.
St. John’s songwriter rewrites classic Newfoundland song “The Government Game” in response to the Liberal government’s austerity budget.
The provincial government’s 2016 austerity budget has sparked province-wide outrage and politicized a “whole new generation of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians [who are] not going away.”
Sneering elites believe the public is ignorant and in search of easy answers, but we see the broad strokes of immorality and unfairness.
Solidarity is our only weapon against austerity.
Other places have experimented with austerity, so we don’t have to. Here’s how Newfoundland and Labrador can avoid known mistakes and put itself on a path to a brighter, more equitable, future.