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Globe Columnists Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019
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Margaret Wente

Counterpoint
'Don't let anyone break your wings'
By MARGARET WENTE
Saturday, January 19, 2019 – Page O11

-- There are three main reasons why Rahaf Mohammed, the woman with the thousandwatt smile, was able to escape Saudi Arabia and, in record time, find a home in one of the nicest countries in the...  FULL STORY 

In her Canada hoodie, Rahaf is finally free
If anything gives me hope that life for women in Saudi Arabia will eventually get better, itís the new generation of emboldened, Twitter-literate women

By Margaret Wente
Friday, January 18, 2019

If anything gives me hope that life for women in Saudi Arabia will eventually get better, itís the new generation of emboldened, Twitter-literate women  FULL STORY 

What's so scary about Huawei?
The next Cold War will be fought in cyberspace and Canada could get caught in the crossfire

By Margaret Wente
Saturday, January 12, 2019 – Page O11

-- For many of us, the conflict over Huawei isn't easy to grasp. We've never heard of the company before now, and we're not sure what it does, or what the stakes are.  FULL STORY 

Whatís so scary about Huawei?
The next Cold War will be fought in cyberspace, and Canada could get caught in the crossfire

By Margaret Wente
Friday, January 11, 2019

The next Cold War will be fought in cyberspace, and Canada could get caught in the crossfire   FULL STORY 

The coming carbon tax showdown
Politicians may like carbon taxes. But most people donít

By Margaret Wente
Thursday, January 10, 2019

Politicians may like carbon taxes. But most people donít  FULL STORY 

Why Trudeau might lose
With approval ratings lower than Trump's, the PM's fall election race could be tough

By Margaret Wente
Saturday, January 5, 2019 – Page O11

-- Justin Trudeau may face a surprisingly tough election fight this year. His worst problem is not the winsome dimples of Andrew Scheer (a man few of us would recognize if we bumped into him). His...  FULL STORY 

Why Trudeau might lose
With approval ratings lower than Donald Trumpís, his fall election race could be tough

By Margaret Wente
Friday, January 4, 2019

With approval ratings lower than Donald Trumpís, his fall election race could be tough   FULL STORY 

The Great Awokening
The cult of social justice is a new religion. It is run by vengeful Puritans

By Margaret Wente
Saturday, December 29, 2018 – Page O11

-- When Baby, It's Cold Outside was kicked off the air a couple of weeks before Christmas by anxious radio managers, many of us marvelled at the silliness of it all. When I was young, we knew what...  FULL STORY 

The Great Awokening: How far will the cult of social justice go?
ĎWokenessí is a new religion run by vengeful Puritans

By Margaret Wente
Friday, December 28, 2018

ĎWokenessí is a new religion run by vengeful Puritans  FULL STORY 

Are you oppressed by Christmas? Blame the patriarchy!
By Margaret Wente
Saturday, December 22, 2018 – Page O11

-- I live in a gendered household.For better or for worse, the domestic division of labour is broken down along the standard male-female lines. I cook, he cleans up. I'm in charge of our social...  FULL STORY 

Are you oppressed by Christmas? Blame the patriarchy!
Like most women, I do most of the emotional work

By Margaret Wente
Thursday, December 20, 2018

Like most women, I do most of the emotional work  FULL STORY 

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