May 11, 2014

Justin Trudeau's Ideological Purge

Robert Fulford, National Post

The Associated Press

His announcement that anti-abortionists will not be welcomed to his caucus goes against the ideal of tolerance and the traditions of his own party. When the Liberals rose to become the dominant Canadian party of the 20th century, their caucus often contained members who differed sharply on matters of policy.

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