Monthly Archives: November 2016

Dear Mr. Trump

It’s pretty obvious by now that the American president-elect, Donald J. Trump, has a pretty thin skin and a temper that can be too easily triggered. And usually he wastes no time in exacting his revenge for whatever he perceives as … Continue reading

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Canada the Great!

The dramatic goings on south of our border recently have rightly concerned most Canadians. Unfortunately, we’re not immune to the vile attitudes of intolerance and hate that are so wide-spread in the USA these days. But, that said, Canadians are also known for … Continue reading

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Fear Itself

So, it’s been less than a week since the US federal election, and already fear of presidential reprisal, and increased domestic terrorism, has begun. And political experts are worried about his protectionist international policies. And the man hasn’t even been inaugurated … Continue reading

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Another Perspective

It’s easy to dismiss Trump’s supporters as racists, misogynists, gay bashers, and shit disturbers. And, sure, there’s probably a lot who are. After all, his campaign was filled with hate-filled rhetoric that would have appealed to that type of voter. … Continue reading

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The New Normal

The president of the United States has traditionally been a man to look up to and admire. For impressionable children, to everyday citizens, to future politicians who aspire to public office, the president establishes the emotional tone for the nation. If so, then Donald … Continue reading

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God Help America!

It’s often said “Be careful what you wish for, because you might get it.” Well, clearly enough Americans wished for radical change, and they got it. In spades! Donald Trump is now the president elect, and will walk into the Oval … Continue reading

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Bringing Down the House

Most of us are keeping an eye on the lead up to the US election with apprehension. After watching Britain inexplicably vote itself out of the European Union, could Americans actually be capable of voting Donald Trump into the Executive Office? … Continue reading

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