MACFADYEN: The laughter may have subsided because many American voters are beginning to feel that they, and not Trump, are the true butts of the joke
MACFADYEN: $350 million Canadian Journalism Fund is a small price to pay to ensure that Canadians will be provided with the chance to “read all about it”
MACFADYEN: With his imminent release in October, one wonders if O.J. Simpson will resume his search for the “real killers” of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman
MACFADYEN: How many dead U.S. soldiers would it take before the Liberal government would balk at lining the pockets of the man who killed them? What if they were Canadian?
MACFADYEN: That the press continues to squeal at the president’s insults probably serves to delight his supporters in a way that Trump and his team perfectly understand
MACFADYEN: How health care is not considered a fundamental, absolute and inalienable human right in the U.S. boggles the mind. The most vulnerable are left unprotected
MACFADYEN: One of the motivating factors for Confederation was a fear of post-Civil War United States expansionism
MACFADYEN: American voters are becoming more knowledgeable about how their government works. Being angry and shell-shocked tends to provoke understanding