Red Herring

Red herrings

As published in Ottawa Citizen January 5, 2011

Royal Pomp-Public Dime

Royal Pomp-Public Dime

As published in the Ottawa Citizen & National Post: Feb. 21, 2011

Road to Middle East Peace Blocked by Cliches

Road to Middle East Peace Blocked by Cliches
Cape Breton Post: October 1, 2010

Those who wonder why a "terrorist" organization like Hamas continues to flourish among the Palestinians need look no further than the following quote and its relation to the illegal and provocative Israeli settlements that continue on Palestinian territory.
According to "Michael," a hawkish American settler in the Palestinian West Bank, "any concessions in pursuit of a peace process with the Arabs is unthinkable" (Ottawa Citizen, Pg C7, Jan. 2).

Anarchists in Pinstripes

Anarchists in Pinstripes
Cape Breton Post: August 27, 2010

Canadians need to be informed about how the CCCE, formerly the Business Council on National Issues, subverts democracy by going in the back door and cutting Parliament out of the legislative process. The 1983 Competition Act, written by the Business Council on National Issues and passed into law by an order in council of the Mulroney regime, is a good example.

Perhaps people like Thomas D’Aquino, John Manley and Gord Nixon are the real anarchists. While they don’t wear black masks, they definitely mute their visibility.

911’s Deeper Significance – an Oppositional Perspective

911’s deeper significance – an oppositional perspective

Public Discourse on the Palestinian/Israeli Divide

Public discourse on the Palestinian/Israeli divide
Cape Breton Post: September 7, 2010

Long Form Census Debate

Long Form Census Debate

As published in the Ottawa Sun, Cape Breton Post and Macleans:
August, 2010

Let Voters Hear Viewpoints from all Twenty Candidates

Let Voters Hear Viewpoints from all Twenty Candidates
Ottawa Citizen: October 13, 2010

Clinton 2010-Reconditioned/Revisited

Clinton 2010-Reconditioned/Revisited
Cape Breton Post: October 22, 2010

Bill Clinton, great man of peace and communicator extraordinaire, is coming to Canada on October 29th. You know he has a flair for theatrics. Perhaps the National Arts Centre in Ottawa should stage a performance of Macbeth with Bill as the blood-haunted Danish king. Excessively dramatic you say? Hardly, I say, given his sordid history on the public stage.

Expediency, Power and Oppression

Expediency, Power and Oppression : Peace and Environment News Sept-Oct, 2010
Morgan Duchesney

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