The attack on the Boston Marathon is a reminder of the adage that terror is theater. Yes, terror is horror. Yes, terror is murder. Yes, terror is reprehensible. But it is theater, too, played out on a grand stage before an audience of tens of millions. We sit riveted in front of the television or computer screen, demanding the latest updates.
Canadian opposition Liberal Party Leader Michael Ignatieff said he may reduce the country’s budget deficits faster than Prime Minister Stephen Harper if he wins the May 2 election, because he won’t be handcuffed by the cost of lowering corporate tax rates.
Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff may get his best chance tonight to portray Prime Minister Stephen Harper as an autocratic leader who has misspent public funds when they meet in their only English-language debate ahead of Canada’s May 2 election.
Canadian Liberal Party leader Michael Ignatieff said he will resign after the party suffered its worst-ever election defeat, including the loss of his own constituency, to Stephen Harper ’s Conservatives in yesterday’s election.
Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff , seeking to make up ground in polls, opened week two of Canada’s election campaign asking voters to choose between more social spending and Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper ’s tax breaks for businesses.
Canada’s once-dominant Liberals are searching for a political message and a leader to deliver it, as Michael Ignatieff stepped down as party head yesterday after taking them to their worst electoral defeat.
Michael Ignatieff , leader of the opposition Liberal Party in Canada, is boarding a bus today as part of a nationwide tour to connect with voters after polls showed his party struggling to improve on historically low support levels.
Michael Ignatieff , head of Canada’s main opposition Liberals, urged voters from other left-leaning opposition parties to help return his party to power, saying there is a strong chance of an election this year.
Canada Liberal opposition leader Michael Ignatieff said his party would maintain a ban on oil shipments off the British Columbia coast, a potential obstacle to Enbridge Inc .’s proposed C$5.5 billion ($5.7 billion) Northern Gateway pipeline.