BONNER: Mainstream British politics hasn’t done enough to purge itself of left-wing extremism. Embracing Marxism is a serious intellectual failure amongst British youth
DI MUCCIO: Activist “teachers” are no longer teaching children how to think, but what to think. Is that what we want for our children?
MCMAHON: Nationalistic politicians’ attacks on free markets and economic freedom driven primarily by the support and desires of rural voters
TAUBE: If Marine Le Pen can rebrand her party’s new nationalist identity, she can still be a huge game changer in Europe and North America, despite her loss
MURPHY: The bombing of Guernica was a flashpoint in the Spanish Civil War, which became a microcosm of worldwide political and ideological schisms for years to come
STEWART: Merging the Wildrose and PC parties to create a new right-wing party in Alberta won’t be simple. And are the voters even interested?
KINSELLA: The only way we can stop the forces of division and hate is to get organized, go grassroots and show up – again and again
DOWBIGGIN: If the left is so clever, how come the man they call a moron or a narcissist waxed them in the election against St. Hillary?