I can understand that the Globe feels obliged to provide points of view from varying points on the political spectrum. Sadly, it carries out this mandate by publishing dumb commentary from varying points on the political spectrum. On the right, it offers Neil Reynolds (typical car wreck here). And on the left, it offers stuff like today's offering from Rick Salutin:
As Brad DeLong entertainly demonstrates (it's the graphics that make it work), the Labour Theory of Value is useless as a framework for moral philosophy or for understanding what we observe. But apparently it still passes as a basis of informed commentary in our nation's Newspaper of Record.