The Line's Naughty List: If we're five years behind American politics ... uh oh
The Line's Naughty List: Education is essential. We don't treat it that way
The Line’s Naughty List: The demographic crisis isn’t going away
The Line's Naughty List: Sexual violence survivors are still being let down
The Line's Naughty List: Our new algorithmic overlords are out of control
The Line's Nice List: The Christmas story that has everything, and a version for all
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.31: We've given up on work, but Merry Christmas!
The Line's Nice List: Our politics may be broken, but I still trust my fellow Canadian
The Line’s Nice List: Getting out on the ice to play hockey
The Line's Nice List: Canada finally gets it right on Ukraine
The Line's Nice List: The clean, safe sci-fi power source of our Star Trek future
The Line's Nice List: Letting pharmacists do all they can to keep us healthy
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Of course Canada's broken
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.30: The only thing not broken in Canada is this podcast
Matt Gurney: Our military is accomplishing its mission: giving the politicians cover
Andrew Potter: Trudeau is risking our pro-immigration consensus
Nestor Maslej: Truly intelligent AI isn't upon us quite yet
Michelle Rempel Garner: They're really sorry, but your parents won't be able to come to your wedding
James McLeod: The internet is changing how our minds work
Dispatch from the Front Lines: A rough week for Canada's competent-style Liberals
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.29: Having a great week there, eh, Liberals?
Kristin Raworth: Expanding MAID without expanding supports just encourages suicide
LGen. (retd) Mike Day: Canada's Indo-Pacific Plan actually needs a plan
Q&A: The Line interviews an artificial intelligence program that insists it's not sentient
Rahim Mohamed: You, Madam Premier, are no Ralph Klein
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Trudeau's absurd answer to the other absurdity he created
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.28: The episode in which Jen finally loses it
Jen Gerson: The Sovereignty Act: Zen Koan, bad joke, or a prelude to chaos?
Matt Gurney: What NATO really needs? Some old-school "deliverology"
Aftab Ahmed: The World Cup, Arab football and social dissent
Philippe Lagassé: POEC and the primacy of the executive
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Answering the big questions re: the convoy and Emergencies Act
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.27: David Lametti, the Attorney General of Canada, hurt Matt's feelings
Steve Lafleur: The alt-right media wants to win your vote and … sell you jellyfish pills?
Matt Gurney: A new, tougher reality is drawing closer. Are we ready for it?
Jen Gerson: Danielle Smith and her windfall of luck (and poor Jason Kenney!)
Dispatch from The Front Line: Canada's back!
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.26: Gurney checks in his laptop!
Matt Gurney: A surprise fire drill for the end of the world
Jen Gerson: Wishing for a healthcare system that lets me breathe on my children
Mitch Heimpel: Our parties are afraid of their own activists
Flipping the Line: Has the Supreme Court really become more activist?
Rahim Mohamed: Municipal elections show a shifting mood. Poilievre should be thankful
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Oh yeah? Well, we SIGNED UP for Disney+.
Sabrina Macpherson: Ontarians are getting what they paid for
Ashley Csanady: Beware the angry mothers, Mr. Trudeau
Peter Menzies: 'Imagine if Facebook wasn't there'
Dispatch from the Front Line: So ... virtual school again, eh? Awesome!
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.25: That's not what the wheels-fly-off button is for!
Andrew Potter: Trust, state capacity, and the meaning of ArriveCAN
James McLeod's Twitter reality check: What the hell are we doing, anyway?
Jessica Davis: I'm an intel expert. Here's what I see at the POEC
Melanie Paradis: The Children's Tylenol shortage is getting ridiculous
Jen Gerson's Halloween Confession: Horror is the last hope for cinema
Matt Gurney's Halloween confession: George Romero was right about people. I was wrong.
Dispatch from the Front Line: Failures in Ottawa, weirdos and wimps in the provinces. Fun!
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.24: Ottawa face plants and Doug Ford activates his cloaking device
Matt Gurney: A few billion for jets and radars is good, but the military is still in crisis
Kristin Raworth: Desperate for consistent moral leadership on domestic abuse
Flipping the Line: MLAs ignored us. Now Danielle Smith is premier
Vass Bednar: Our tech bros can (and should) do better than this
Andrew MacDougall: Good luck, Prime Minister Sunak. You will need it
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Incompetence abounds in our grumpy dominion
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.23: The POEC crushes our last idealism
Jen Gerson: A little crazy is fine, for a pundit. Not a premier
Tim Thurley: In Canadian gun laws, dysfunction and confusion is deliberate
Flipping the Line: Canada can build energy infrastructure. B.C. proves it.
Andrew Macdougall: Okay, that's it. Just put the wilting lettuce in charge
Dispatch from The Front Lines: Memories of the convoy
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.22: Premier Smith stumbles out of the echo chamber
Matt Gurney: Freeland lays out the terms upon which her government should be judged
Rahim Mohamed: The rise of the far right in Italy foreshadows Canada's path
Steve Lafleur: Seeing the future with a trunkful of gourds
Dispatch from the Front Line: Marco Mendicino knows a thing or two about stunts!
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.21: The provinces stunt back
Ken Boessenkool: Premier Smith is a kamikaze mission aimed at the UCP, conservatism and Alberta
Andrew Potter: The intellectuals are far too sophisticated to see the truth in Ukraine
Andrew MacDougall: Trussterfucked
Kaveh Shahrooz: This time, the people of Iran are not backing down
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Hey, does anyone have a fallout shelter? Or a Geiger counter?
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.20: What was that Sting song about Russians?
Jen Gerson: C-18 will hurt journalism, not save it
Ken Boessenkool: Poilievre has what Harper last did — total control of the CPC caucus
Matt Gurney: It's time to start thinking the weird thoughts on Russia
Michael Den Tandt: We need new rules and norms for a digitally disrupted age
Andrew Tumility: Liberals are underestimating Pierre Poilievre, and that's dangerous
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Don't you dare touch those lobsters, hurricane survivors
A Very Special Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.19
Mitch Heimpel: I was wrong. Moderates won't vote for us
Rahim Mohamed: Poilievre's path to power may be his complicated, very modern family
Jen Gerson: The problem with Poilievre isn't his policies, it's his character
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Britain's long-serving inmate escapes her fancy prison
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.18
Matt Gurney: What if we are in decline?
Kristin Raworth: Call out harassment by your own political tribe
Colin Horgan: The new CPC leader speaks in the language of societal decline
Andrew MacDougall: Poilievre will need more than a punchy attitude to make Canada better
Dispatch from The Front Line: The end of the Second Elizabethan Age
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.17
Wendy Mesley: Was it a Woman Thing?
Dispatch from The Front Lines: Well, okay, back to work, we guess
Mitch Heimpel: Our politics have become a live wire for a reason
Joshua Lieblein: Anti-Semitism from an anti-racist? How unusual.
Allan Stratton: A call for nuance and clarity on trans terminology
Dispatch from the Front Line: Conservatives behaving badly
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.16
Melanie Paradis: Trump's legal woes are just more ammo for Bannon's war
Andrew MacDougall: CTV needs a better explanation than a Clairol clash
Dispatch from the Front Line: Lisa, Lisa, Lisa
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.15
Rahim Mohamed: We need to talk about Canada’s baby bust
Kevin Newman: A messy goodbye to a respected figure in journalism
Dispatch from the Front Line: The NDP and Liberals, linked in mutual embarrassment
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.14
Peter Menzies: Facebook isn't going to save you, newspapers
James McLeod: We treat books as holy objects. They’re just ink and paper
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Mélanie and Marco get creative!
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.13
Michelle Rempel-Garner: What do you want from your crypto?
Kristin Raworth: Hockey culture has a problem
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Happy birthday to us!
Experimental The Line podcast episode #0.12
Jen Gerson: Et tu, bookstore?
Melanie Paradis: How Steve Bannon is going to take over the Republican Party
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Alberta may be going nuts, but Toronto is a bit dumpy
Andrew Potter: Zelenskyy's mistake was believing Canada was serious
Matt Gurney: The Rogers failure wasn't what you thought it was
Dispatch from the Front Lines: The hell with this, let's just watch some Star Trek
Not-even-close-to-being-experimental-anymore The Line podcast episode #0.11
Jen Gerson: Enjoy the summer — it might be the last good one, for a while
Ben Woodfinden: McLachlin should resign
Allan Stratton: Poilievre's populism is very Canadian, indeed
Not-even-close-to-being-experimental-anymore The Line podcast episode #0.10
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Welcome to Bonkersville. Population: all of us.
Andrew Lawton: Freedom Convoy were negotiating just before Emergencies Act was declared
Matt Gurney: My kids needed new passports. I'm glad I brought a chair
Stephen Maher: Either Lucki has to go, or Trudeau and Blair do
Peter Menzies: Bill C-11 critics are now Enemies of the People
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Did the Liberals just scoot through the point of no return?
Not at all that experimental The Line podcast episode #0.9
Sean M. Maloney: Putin will starve millions. What is Canada willing to do to stop him?
Joel Watson: Let's not go back to 'normal.' Because the old normal was bad
Rahim Mohamed: Diaspora politics is coming to Canada
Matt Gurney: I flew out of Pearson and back for no particular reason. Here's what I saw
Dispatch from the Front Line: The Revolution Starts at the Airport
Matt Gurney: Misleading the public is bad, even if you're a Liberal
Andrew Tumilty: For the Ontario Liberals, survival starts with a plan ... and humility
James McLeod: It's time to ask ourselves what we want 'online privacy' to mean
Mitch Heimpel: So long, Business Liberals.
Andrew Potter: After a hundred days of war, the West is losing interest in Ukraine
Dispatch from the Front Lines: All the non-Ontario news that's fit to print
Gradually less experimental The Line podcast episode #0.8
Special Dispatch from Ontario: Guess voters were fine with the 'murder clown'
Jen Gerson: Burn C-18 or fix it
Andrew Tumilty: I haven't given up on the Ontario election
Matt Gurney: Trudeau's Goldilocks moment, but for pistols instead of porridge
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Only America can save itself (if it can be saved at all)
Gradually less experimental The Line podcast episode #0.7
Andrew MacDougall: YouTube is where autodidacts like Poilievre find rabbit holes
Ken Boessenkool: Alberta isn't conservative
James McLeod: Can a politician really leave Twitter?
Paula Simons: The government is trying to create a new legal threshold to authorize invasive search
Dispatch from the Front Line: No, government, we don't trust you about monkeypox
Gradually less experimental The Line podcast episode #0.6
Jen Gerson: The Glorious Ungovernable Province of Alberta
Scott Van Wynsberghe: The blindspot sci-fi historians don't talk about: diseases
Andrew Tumility: For the voters, Ontario's election is staying below the radar
Joti Heir: Canada makes Ukraine promises, then struggles to deliver
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Let's get Poilievre's plan in writing. Simple, right?
Gradually less experimental The Line podcast episode #0.5
Chris Ragan: Why politics and central banking shouldn't mix
Larry Maguire: UAPs are real, and Canada should take them seriously
Steve Lafleur: Chill out about the pot shops
Mitch Heimpel: Our inflation expectations are a problem
Brian Dijkema: This proposed assault on Canada's religious freedom cannot stand
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Okay, just a few more words on the abortion debate
Jen Gerson: Lessons from Alito
Josh Dehaas: A long struggle for due process
Dan McCarthy: The war memorial is no place for F-Trudeau mobs and peddlers
Lisa Raitt and Jim Dinning: Cutting emissions can be a win for Canada
Gradually less experimental The Line podcast episode #0.4
Dispatch from the Front Line: Nuke the rich Ryerson graduates
Stephen Gordon: Criticizing the Bank of Canada is fine. But get the criticisms right
Jen Gerson: So we have to talk about Twitter, I guess
Allan Stratton: Allegations of racism are serious ... or at least they should be
Andrew Tumilty: In Ontario, three different leaders face very different challenges
Justin Ling: What Gerson got wrong (and right) about the housing crisis
Totally experimental The Line podcast episode #0.3
Dispatch from the Front Line: 'I don't know' is a valid answer
Matt Gurney: Aiming for excellence in Hoserdom
Rahim Mohamed: Is Andrew Yang a cautionary tale for Pierre Poilievre?
Ken Boessenkool: Kenney has a chance. But his strategy sure is depressing
Kristin Raworth: Macron underestimated Le Pen's appeal. Canadians should be watching
Dispatch from the Front Lines: In the end, the Russian warship did what it was told
Totally experimental The Line podcast episode #0.2.1
Peter Menzies: Canada's shakedown of Big Tech
Andrew Potter: The last honourable man
Jen Gerson: No one is going to fix housing
Dispatch from Ukraine: Canada doesn't seem to know what 'emergency' really means
Mitch Heimpel: Can Singh add enough Marisas to make up for losing some Deans?
Totally experimental The Line podcast episode #0.1
Dispatch from the Front Lines: There's no non-political way to decide who's a journalist
Matt Gurney: The world didn't change. We just lied to ourselves about it
Andrew Tumilty: When Doug Ford promises savings, best check the receipts
Howard Anglin: Let the people get what they want, good and hard
Josh Dehaas: Online harms bills are a free speech nightmare
Special Edition Dispatch: Bear witness to Ukraine's suffering, and remember the apologists
Dispatch from the Front Line: The following PMs were dictators ... that's it. Thank you.
Paul Wells: 'Don’t underestimate the power that comes from the will to fight.’
Rahim Mohamed: The CPC leadership race needs a lot more James Moore
Matt Gurney: The purest example of procurement dysfunction we've ever seen
Mitch Heimpel: A short history of our F-35 debacle
Andrew Tumilty: Why not choose governing over politics, for a change?
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Jagmeet Singh's stretch goal
Ken Boessenkool: Pick a Conservative leader who can win
Laura Mitchell: What if we're just a bunch of Hosers?
Dispatch from Ukraine: The word 'hope' is banned
Dispatch from the Front Line: Zelensky is the leader of a free world not worth leading
Dispatch from Ukraine: Social media is more powerful than Western Sanctions
Rahim Mohamed: The Frontrunner's Gambit
Jean Charest: It's time to increase defence spending
Andrew Potter: The Everything War
Matt Gurney: A perfect kind of crisis for our particular prime minister
Mitch Heimpel: Want to fix Canadian military procurement? This is what it'll take
Dispatch from the Front Line: We are all red pandas now
Jen Gerson: On Big Macs and empires
Dispatch from Ukraine: The day the war started, I watched the people disappear
Matt Gurney: What if Russia loses?
Melanie Paradis: Thought scams are eating our brains, and dividing our country
Dispatch from Ukraine: At the border, men say goodbye to their families and wait to fight
Dispatch from the Front Line: It's not all about us
Matt Gurney: A sea change in European politics
Jen Gerson: Ukraine is winning the propaganda war. That will matter, one day
Phil A. McBride: Here's how Canada can help Ukraine fight back, today
Andrew Potter: Who loves Canada?
Dispatch from The Front Line: If it keeps on raining, the levee is going to break
Matt Gurney: Huh, who'd have guessed. It turns out we needed more Cold War thinking
Michelle Rempel Garner: I went to Davos. The World Economic Forum is not running Canada
Leonid Sirota: On the Emergencies Act, the Senate gets an equal say. It should lead
Dispatch from the Front Line: We just don't trust you, Mr. Trudeau
James McLeod: The Ottawa protest is an online subculture flexing in the physical world
Emergencies Act Emergency Dispatch: Checking the convoy naughty list (twice)
Dispatch from the Coutts Front: God, guns, Jenga and Bob Seger
Emergencies Act Emergency Dispatch: Well, at least the Super Bowl was a good game
Flipping The Line: Professional military education is about confronting reality
Dispatch from the Front Line: FUBAR
Matt Gurney: Ottawa will have to wait. Windsor is the crisis, now
Dispatch from the Ottawa Front: Sloly is telling you all he's in trouble. Who's listening?
Brian Lee Crowley: We undermine the neutrality of the law at our peril
Dispatch from the Ottawa Front: Let freedom sing (badly)
Jen Gerson: The Backlash
Dispatch from the Ottawa Front: Hot dogs, horns and hard men
Mark Mancini: The rule of law matters
Dispatch from the Front Line: It's the trucks, stupid
Andrew MacDougall: Dear Conservatives; Grow up
Tommy Conway: When soldiers show a dangerous contempt for reality
Rishi Maharaj: Collective anger is justified; a police riot is not
Livestream: Night of the Dull Knives
Andrew Potter: Self Help for Partisans
Emergency Dispatch: Great, because this is just what we all needed
Dispatch from the Front Line: Nobody likes us anymore
Matt Gurney: In Ottawa, the unstoppable force approaches the immovable object
Lubomyr Luciuk: We already betrayed Ukraine
Sabrina MacPherson: More information, not less, will help ease people out of COVID fear
Brian F. Kelcey: Canada should stop enabling Putin's propaganda show
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Influencer Nation has plenty of fruit, don't worry
Matt Gurney: You wake up in the middle of a cyber war. Do you know it?
Ken Boessenkool: In defence of Jason Kenney
Joshua Hind: Who'd have guessed that all Toronto needed was a snow day?
Flipping the Line: Quit whining about online school
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Where we tried to praise the Liberals but they screwed it up
Jen Gerson: We can't contain Omicron
Laura Mitchell: Let the volunteers back in.
Harrison Ruess: Canadian health care desperately needs an HBO moment
Rahim Mohamed: Quebec’s Child-Care Program at 25: A Scorecard
Andrew Potter: There is a word for a shameless age
Dispatch from the Front Lines: Let's try not to cause the next crisis while solving this one
Matt Gurney: Will Ontarians stick with Doug Ford?
Jen Gerson: The Case for Optimism
Dispatch from the Front Lines: We go on holiday for two weeks and THIS happens?!