Posted July 13, 2018

The Liberals Need To Staunch the Flood of Asylum Seekers

Immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers are very distinct groups. A flood of asylum seekers threatens our warm acceptance of the other two.

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Some decisions are bigger than others. Paradoxically, big decisions are less amenable to community consultation than small ones, but they often represent the focal point for voters when they cast their ballots.

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For the first time since he became president, Trump has had to make a very visible retreat from a position he had been ardently defending.

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Elections are often decided, first and foremost, by who voters don’t want.

Thus, in 2015, Canadians decided that they had had enough of Stephen Harper. At first, they appeared to be leaning toward the NDP, but when the Liberals showed positive momentum, voters flocked to them. They were collectively determined to avoid an even split of anti-Harper votes and gave the Liberals a strong majority.

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If we are to have viable resource industries, we must have a strong and effective regulatory environment. That is not where we are today.

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