Wednesday, 13 September 2017 15:07

Truth versus environmental fallacies

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Throughout the world there are thousands of people and lobby groups making a good living with their less than scrupulous tactics.

Wednesday, 06 September 2017 14:45

Journalism stands strong at weekly newspapers

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Journalism. A lot has been written about it, especially in the last few months in an age where the roles and responsibilities of journalists have been called into question south of the border as President Donald Trump introduced people to the idea of “alternative facts”.

Many of us have probably spent the last week asking ourselves, ‘where did the summer go?’ It seems like just last week it was the end of June, school had let out, graduation parties were underway and the warmer weather had arrived. Now, here it is, the inevitable return to school, darker evenings and cooler mornings as fall approaches.

Wednesday, 23 August 2017 14:15

Credit where credit is due ... or maybe not

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While I admit to sometimes ascribing to give obnoxious, dissonances to many left-wing programs, I will always give credit where credit is due.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 13:40

Stepping down maybe not so surprising

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Many people may have been caught off guard by Brad Wall’s announcement on Facebook he would be stepping down as premier. After sober second thought, it may not be as surprising as it seems.

Mental health is no longer that phony, make-believe issue that critics used to chastise as a reason for people “having issues” or serious personality or behavioral flaws.

While governments seem caught up in minor, almost meaningless issues, they appear to have little taste to deal with what really counts.

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