This week, a friend of mine sent me a text full of capital letters and exclamation marks.
There's plenty of news from NASA this week.
“What the NDP promised in their election campaign is not really relevant.”
Question: Is conservatism reactionary?
Many on the right believe that Marxists are taking over, jail awaits those who misuse gender pronouns, Sharia law is coming and white genocide is close behind.
The Vancouver Park Board will vote at their next meeting on Monday night on whether they will ban balloons in parks, community centres and any other areas within their jurisdiction.
The biggest news in B.C. politics? Forget the new budget, the controversy about the new Speaker of the Legislature, and the Throne Speech. The real story is Laurie Throness and his big stone thingy.
Most kids are back to school, but a few are home schooling.
Critics of home schooling argue the quality of education received is below the standard of that delivered by the public school system. Allow me to acquiesce one point. Not all home-schooled students are stellar intellects.
“I have never killed any one, but I have read some obituary notices with great satisfaction.”
It’s back to school time and Facebook is blowing up with memes, videos, and whiny posts about the school supplies lists that are pestering parents as September approaches.
The tables have turned for a group of masked anarchists who claim to be protecting our society from the threat of a fascist takeover.
This week, U.S. First Lady Melania Trump wore black stilettos to board a plane and the Twitter world was immediately offended.
The body politic is supposed to be like a family. Politicians are supposed to be the parents. The children want ice cream for breakfast. The adults say no.
"We don't pay taxes. Only the little people pay taxes."
With a degree of certainty, I predict there will be a western military presence in Afghanistan for decades to come.
After Donald Trump’s Charlottesville equivocating, he is desperate for a distraction. So he’s rebranding his predecessors’ war in Afghanistan, which was supposed to curb terrorism, but has the opposite effect.
Dear Tony: We had an unusual problem at our AGM last week.
Is Canada different from our southern neighbour?