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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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Man’s Inhumanity to Man

Ironic Translation: “Work Makes You Free” Are there any Holocaust deniers left in the world? I had one of those days yesterday: I read chapter five of “The Truth Behind the Bible Code” entitled ‘The Black Fire of Holocaust’; and … Continue reading

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Have the Democrats Got Enough Guts to do the ‘Right’ Thing?

He’s Biden His Time, and She’s Trying Not to Harris Him The back and forth among Democrats in the lead-up to Joe Biden naming his Vice-Presidential running mate has been excruciating to watch, even from here in Canada. The implication … Continue reading

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How to Secede in Life

The Royals Who Choose Love Over Duty As soon as Prince Harry started dating Meghan Markle, in 2016, I saw a parallel to what happened in 1936, when King Edward VIII abdicated the British throne in order to be with … Continue reading

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Why Is It So Hard to Understand Racism?

“You just don’t understand why I am so angry.” Canadians are racist. There, I’ve said it. Does that make any difference to the national dialogue we’ve been having, lately? I don’t think so. In fact, you can’t even say that … Continue reading

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“Racialized” Canadians?

What is Justin Trudeau Actually Apologizing For?   From time immemorial, people have been entertaining others by dressing up and imitating someone they know in common, even if that action may be a little tasteless. It was (seemingly) harmless in … Continue reading

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The Four “Horsewomen”

The (so-called) “Squad” I wonder who came up with this nickname. No, I’m not referring to Trump’s latest ‘Four Horsewomen of the Apocalypse’ name: that was obviously from Mike Pence. The Squad sounds innocuous enough, until you start to think … Continue reading

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All’s Fair in Politics?

Do I Have to Say the Words? Donald Trump has done it again, but this time he has spoken for more than just the ‘Silent Majority’. He has also spoken for the Native American population. But he won’t get that. … Continue reading

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“Personal Insult?” You Better Believe It

Barack Hussein Obama Reports are coming out about Obama’s disappointment about the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. The headlines are saying that he felt it was a personal insult. He thought he had come through the eight years of … Continue reading

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Sheer Hypocrisy: Racism

Trying to Score Political Points A recent spat of words has demonstrated that, when it comes to politics, nothing is sacred. Andrew Scheer has called out Justin Trudeau for calling a female protester at one of his speeches a ‘racist‘. … Continue reading

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