Latest from J.J. McCullough
It’s possible to read too much into underdog candidates.
  • Jun 29, 2020
Any effort to redress the inequalities dividing Canadians must begin by acknowledging the degree to which institutionalized privileges, attention and sympathy for some types of Canadians over others define our reality.
  • Jun 16, 2020
The Trudeau administration’s quest to achieve its prize often has the pushy feel of an Olympic bid.
  • Jun 6, 2020
The covid-19 pandemic has offered no shortage of pretexts for Canadians to double down on crass America-bashing.
  • May 21, 2020
Reimagining the Conservatives as Canada’s “anti-China” party is an evolution a long time in the making.
  • May 11, 2020
A UBI-type system has no real pretense of being affordable or immune to abuse.
  • Apr 28, 2020
This is not the kind of crisis either side of our political divide bothers to groom its leaders for.
  • Apr 16, 2020
Canada often feels like it’s teetering on the brink of rule-by-decree at the best of times.
  • Mar 27, 2020
Both Canadians and Americans thought the threat of terrorism justified a new era of anxious national security and defensive posturing.
  • Mar 18, 2020
The present crisis is an example of how the Canadian state has embarked upon a social experiment of devolving its responsibility to uphold the broad national interest.
  • Feb 22, 2020