Category Archives: history

Public Opinion: Without Prejudice?

College Admissions Bribery Scandal I waited a few days before adding my two cents’ worth, but this latest distraction from the United States has become a witch hunt of a different sort. So far 50 people have been indicted in … Continue reading

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The Ides of March: History Repeats Itself?

Trump as Emperor Sometimes, things just fall into place: today being the Ides of March, the anniversary of the day Julius Caesar as assassinated in Rome in 44 BC brought the image of Trump as Caesar to my mind. I … Continue reading

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Account Reconciliation as a Symbol

Creating Harmony It came up as a dream sequence last night. In my role as bookkeeper, I was attempting to reconcile the differences between an accounting system bank balance and the bank statement. It’s something that I did thousands of … Continue reading

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Pizzagate? In Canada?!

Scheer Claims He Didn’t Hear the Word “Pizzagate” I’ve written about this fake news story before: way back in December 2016… But the other night, it showed up again at a town hall meeting in a small town in Ontario … Continue reading

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Autism as Political Football

Autism Spectrum Disorder This will not primarily be a medical post. The political overtones and undercurrent of the governing Progressive Conservatives in the Ontario Legislature recent decision to clear the backlog of parents seeking help for their children suffering from … Continue reading

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Lots of If’s, And’s and Butts

Gerry Butts Former Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is testifying to the Justice Committee. His version of events leading to the SNC-Lavalin crisis will obviously be at odds with Jody Wilson-Raybould’s. In his opinion, the Attorney General’s decision … Continue reading

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Corporate Corruption in Canada

Too Big to Fall? For the little guy on the street, some companies have a lot of nerve. First they behave with little regard for the Rule of Law, and then, when they get caught, they use the threat of … Continue reading

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