Trump & Trudeau: A Tale of Two Dummies
Two dummies to rule us all.
The Spelling Bee: a child’s first battle for C-O-U-R-A-G-E
I don’t remember if I competed in a Spelling Bee as a youngster, but I can easily recall feeling like I was under a microscope, or trying to not embarrass myself in front of adults, or feeling cold sweat as a million pairs of eyes were disseminating me on the spot.
A worthwhile trope: One of my best friends is black
Having a black friend enhances my ability to understand what black people experience. Without his friendship I would be less informed, and therefore less likely to give credence to the idea that racism invades the emotional and sometimes physical space of people of colour.
Election 2019: Conservatives Launch First Attack Ad Against Trudeau
The Conservative Party of Canada released their first of what is sure to be several attack ads against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Christianity VS Islam: The Holy Wars
All of us see evidence of this holy war every time we scan our social media news feeds, but most of us having become numb to its overall impact. We are becoming desensitized to this fight, watching like hopeless spectators huddled inside a gladiator arena, nervously waiting to see who the victor becomes.
Open For Business, starring Nanny McFord
Some conservatives may have an ideological soft spot for the deep cuts into social assistance, libraries, medical procedures, paramedics, education, and the environment, but other right of centre voters must be scratching their heads knowing that despite all those cuts Ford still spent billions more than Wynne.