There is disgusting, and then there is Kathy Griffin.
Mark Bonokoski, Postmedia Network
Perennial award-winning columnist and radio commentator, Mark Bonokoski is Sun Media's former national editorial writer. His career as a columnist began with the Toronto Sun in 1977. Between 1988 and 1991, he served as Sun Media's European Bureau Chief, stationed in London, covering such events as the troubles in Northern Ireland, the terrorist bombing of the Pan-Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, and the fall of the Berlin Wall. In 1991, he was named Editor of the Ottawa Sun and, in 1997, he was appointed the newspaper's Publisher and CEO. He returned to his writer's roots in 2000 as National Affairs columnist for Sun Media, and then returned to the Toronto Sun as a columnist in 2002 until his appointment in 2010 as National Editorial Writer for the Sun chain.
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The man the Democrats wanted hanged for derailing their chance at the Oval Office, FBI Director James Comey, testified before the House intelligence committee Monday to flatly deny there was any evidence to back Donald Trump’s bombshell accusation that the Obama administration had illegally spied on his campaign.
Despite impending fierce winter weather postponing German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Tuesday meeting in Washington with worlds-apart U.S. President Donald Trump, the subsequent joint press conference now slated for Friday could well derail in short order.
Adventures in Trumpland get "curiouser and curiouser."
Ah, the pitfalls of social media, a place in cyberspace where supposedly smart people can become incredibly stupid in so very few characters and in so little time.
It was billed as U.S. President Donald Trump’s chance to hit the reset button on a tumultuous first five weeks in the Oval Office — via the biggest speech he had yet to give.
Call him Vince Li, or call him by his new alias Will Baker, but also call him what he is — a cannibal killer who beheaded his victim in the back of a Greyhound bus, cut out his heart and ate a piece of it.
How sadly ironic that the home of the 1964 Free Speech Movement — the University of California at Berkeley — was the scene of a violent and ugly protest Wednesday night that successfully stopped the constitutional right to free speech.
Life is short, but sometimes you must make sacrifices.
Well, it just got interesting — finally!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere he goes.
Much negativity and outrage has erupted out of Montreal — and rightly so — over a tax accountant’s plan to build a housing project in the borough of Brossard strictly for Muslims.
While the Senate is not required to have a No Vacancy sign out front following Justin Trudeau’s most recent nods of approval, there will nonetheless be a trio of offices available in January when three senators reach their expiry date.
It wasn’t exactly Gettysburg, with the blood spilled in the battleground states only figurative, but this presidential election was as close to a civil war in America as raw trench politics could muster.
On the eve of the third and final presidential debate, to be held by ironic providence in the sin city of Las Vegas, an undercover team with hidden cameras has begun exposing the dirty tricks orchestrated and played out by operatives deep within Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Believing it would get downright ugly, the first face-to-face debate of U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was being billed as the Smackdown at the Mack, its prize-fight venue being the David S. Mack sports complex at New York’s Hofstra University.
“Lone wolf” terrorist attacks on North American soil are no longer an anomaly. It’s time to drop the pretence spun by progressives and their media acolytes that they are.
There are not many one of a kinds in this world.
It is unlikely you have heard of Austin Chapleau, a 15-year-old kid from my neck of the woods, here in the near north in Ontario.