The Kind of Journalism Worth Defending

Journalism should be a celebration of life in all its vibrant, chaotic, exuberant variety. It calls people to come out to the circus. It's ruined by pretension and high-mindedness. Journalists are not there to pronounce absolution on a fallen world. They're not there to call us to a better life. They are there to show us who we are and how we live.

Ignatieff: Brilliant, Unfocused, Guilty

Author Peter C. Newman had to quickly change tack on a book he was writing about former Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff, reports the Globe and Mail's Jane Taber. His research revealed the Liberal lea...