Monthly Archives: April 2016


Reza Aslan is one of the most trustworthy and knowledgeable scholars on the planet today. Or so I’ve been told by the fawning mainstream media. Sensationalism and gotcha moments trump the truth in the media because that’s their bread and … Continue reading

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Thomas Mulcair fell victim to circumstance because he was holding the reins of New Democratic Party (NDP) at the wrong time. Getting rid of him, as the party did this week, made about as sensible as firing the coach after external forces (injuries, etc.) cook the team’s chances. It wasn’t Mulcair’s fault, but he was the guy at the top, so he had to go. Maybe it will make a difference, but at the end of the day you still have the same players on the ice, so probably not. Continue reading

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