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COVID-19: The White House Trojan Horse?

Hope Hicks (October 21, 1988 – Greenwich, Connecticut) I am just speculating. But this thought occurred to me almost immediately hearing that the President and the First Lady had been diagnosed with COVID-19. And yet, she may also be the … Continue reading

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Opinion: “With an Abundance of Caution”

I Wrote This Statement on Facebook (September 20, 2020) I’m not posting this for public consumption. Nor am I hoping that it will be shared extensively among my friends and acquaintances. But I do wish to make a point about … Continue reading

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Obviously, Someone Didn’t Get the Memo

This image was taken more than a week ago. In the meantime, Simcoe-Muskoka Catholic District School Board has mandated that their students will no longer have an option to leave the school for lunch. In fact, they have to eat … Continue reading

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COVID-19: It’s Beginning to Feel Like an Experiment

Lab Rat in a Box I’ve mostly stayed out of the conversation, lately, since no one likes to talk about the coronavirus pandemic (irony), now entering into the 2nd wave, according to our Prime Minister. His (nonpolitical) television ‘lecture’ last … Continue reading

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February 23, 303 AD: The Day Fascism Was Born?

The Empire Strikes Back at Christianity I’m reading a book about the New Testament, called Encountering The Manuscripts, by Phillip Comfort. There is a passage describing what Diocletian did on this day: What we do know is that by the … Continue reading

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Banking Return: Not Sufficient Funds

In my dreams last night, I assisted my friend, David, and his wife, Jenny, with their business sideline, banking. My guess is that David had too much on his plate, so I took over the returning of unpaid cheques for … Continue reading

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Politics: Changing Tact to Catch the Winds of Change

ABC 20/20 Special I watched this hour long presentation last night. The interviewers tried hard to get a rise out of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, but for the most part, the Democratic running mates were at their diplomatic best. … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Share and Share Alike

What are We Doing Wrong? As the title of the magazine suggests: we need to Share. Not just a little, but a lot. Questions and answers At every lecture he gave around the world, and virtually every day of his … Continue reading

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Let’s Inject Some Inverted Logic into the Speech

What’s With All This Testing? The speech happened last night in Tulsa. The crowd was smaller than Trump had hoped for and there were anti-racist protests outside. Not a great start to his 2020 presidential campaign. But then in the … Continue reading

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The Great Social Experiment of 2020

World-Wide Pandemic Responses You know that it’s serious when the world closes its doors and goes home. So, now we are afraid of our family, friends and neighbours. And, of course, people are dying out there. It feels like fear … Continue reading

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