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Journalism's triple threat

Your overdue guide to the latest in Colby Coshery: my Friday column for the Post is about why no one in Saudi Alberta actually seems to like the subterranean sea of black tar that is buoying the province's economy and looming ever larger in American energy-security calculations. For sports fans I also have a spanking-new note about the Mats Sundin crisis on Full Comment. And if you're the kind of person who can tell a Vera Wang from a Badgley Mischka at a hundred paces, you'll want to buy this morning's print version of the Post, where you'll find me in Arts & Life waxing camp with fellow panelists about the stars' appearances on the red carpet.

When you're finished with all that, make sure you caught my column last week about how "anti-hate experts" frame their arguments against unrestricted free speech.


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I liked your Sundin piece. Good stuff.


Don't forget to remove Kinsella from your Natpost bloglist!!


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