Michael Taube



Michael Taube is a longtime newspaper columnist and political commentator who was the speechwriter for former prime minister Stephen Harper.




Wounded and vulnerable, Trudeau faces his biggest challenge
When speech isn’t free, society pays a high price
People’s Guarantee puts Brown on the road to election success
If NAFTA collapses, could Cuba help fill the void for Canada?
Dissecting Trudeau’s Trans-Pacific tap dance
Julie Payette crossed the line
Is Jason Kenney Alberta’s premier-in-waiting?
Unlocking the mystery of Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown
Who will NDP members pick as their next leader?
Liberals caught with their political pants down
The case against raising Ontario’s minimum wage
How political branding crippled Ezra Levant’s website
A tale of two Carolines and their impeccable political pedigrees
A tip of the (baseball) cap to Peter Stoffer
Canada should be preserving history, not erasing it
My Canada does not include Alberta – Trudeau
Why Canada should bring back leadership reviews
The U.K. general election’s lessons for Canadian politicians
The Ontario populist politician with Trump-like features
Andrew Scheer’s conservative vision for Canada
Cultural appropriation controversy is entirely about free speech
Future Tory leader must look to the past for role models
Supply management stands in defiance of fair trade
Scott Gilmore (who?) and his meaningless crusade to save conservatism
Andrew Potter, Maclean’s and the loss of academic freedom
When you dangle a political carrot, someone will take a bite
Canada’s contribution to the environment means very little
My choice for the next federal Tory leader is …
Did Brian Mulroney just help strengthen Canada-U.S. relations?
Trump and Trudeau might just be able to work together
Electoral reform is dead for now. But not forever
Sid Ryan: the final roar of the socialist lion?
Star power loses its lustre when talking politics