Alex Loggie

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The moral quagmire of power politics

On Sept. 30, the Russian Federation launched a military intervention into the hot mess of suffering formerly known as Syria. Since that time, waves...

The news doesn’t write itself

Journalism, it seems, is more science than art – more exactness than brilliance. On the surface, it’s a man on TV with curt facts...

Between the blurred lines: Canadian democracy and Bill C-­51

It would seem that no other issue has turned the country’s interest towards Parliament Hill of late as much as Bill C­-51 (save, of...

Jon Stewart and the Death of the Counter­-Counter­-Revolution

When the 18th century radical French critic and journalist Jean­-Paul Marat was found dead in his bathtub, revolutionary Paris knew that it had lost a...

Everyone’s a critic

When Jesus called on the sinless to cast that first stone, he demonstrated that (in addition to not knowing much about how stonings typically work)...

What’s the big deal about the Pope?

What’s the big deal about the Pope? People talk about the guy like he’s managed to single-handedly abolish poverty, prevent a third world war0 and...
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