Category Archives: Justice

I Pray For Justice

I find myself saddened and outraged beyond words by the tragic events of the last two days. The deaths of two more innocent souls at the bloodied hands of over-zealous, ruthless, trigger-happy cops has me at a loss for anything to say about … Continue reading

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Paranoia Runs Deep

Sometimes I feel like I’m shouting into the wind. Almost every day I read of yet another unspeakable incident that provokes my simmering outrage. And I guess that I hope that by speaking out, my small voice will be like a snowball … Continue reading

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For Goodness Sake

Okay, I know that I’ve come across as grumpy and negative lately. Truth is, I’m actually quite tired of posting these rants against what I see as a growing trend in global and national injustice. But I do have my … Continue reading

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Coming to a City Near You

Folks, I wish the world would become a calm, peaceful place just long enough for me to get back to writing optimistic and uplifting blogs. I really do. But unfortunately, the crazies out there keep grabbing the headlines, and when they do … Continue reading

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The New Hammer

Remember that old truism that “if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail”? We smugly say it whenever we wish to mock those who use the wrong means – the wrong tool – to remedy their problems. To me … Continue reading

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Fear and Loathing in Harper’s Canada

Hey, Canada. It’s time to make a much-needed change. It’s time to pull ourselves out of this national nose dive that has us all hell-bent on becoming more and more like our paranoid and extremist neighbours to the south. Every … Continue reading

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Downhill from Here

Wow! When I recently heard on the news that several Ontario communities have outlawed tobogganing on municipal hills, and that many more are considering it, I thought now we’ve gone too far. For years I’ve known that we’re growing ever more … Continue reading

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