Dying for Oil: Business as Usual-Canada and the TAPI Pipeline

Dying for Oil: Business as Usual-Canada and the TAPI Pipeline

As published in the Peace and Environment News: September / October 2011.

The Canadian Council of Chief Executives: Northern Oligarchy


Humanist Perspectives: Spring 2011 and National Library of Australia

Why does the Canada’s most influential and powerful business lobby group rate only three mentions in a mainstream newspaper like the Ottawa Citizen throughout 2010? The Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) has somehow maintained a lower profile than its powerful but lesser cousins, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

Wikileakers Perform Public Service

Wikileakers Perform a Public Service

As published in the Ottawa Citizen: Dec. 2, 2010

Far from being traitors or criminals, the so-called Wikileakers, at considerable risk to themselves, are providing the public with valuable information that we have every right to access. In most cases, it is our information being withheld by elected and unelected bureaucrats who seem to feel that only they are fit to decide what the public should know about public affairs.

Peace Talks Really Permanent Delaying Tactic

Peace talks really permanent delaying tactic to seize land

Morgan Duchesney, Feb. 28, 2011

Israeli Stealth bombers

No one is willing to stop Israeli actions

As published in Cape Breton Post: Nov. 16, 2010

Khadr not War Criminal-What About Bush?

If Omar Khadr is a criminal, what about George W. Bush?

Published in Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa Sun & Cape Breton Post: Oct. 27th, 2010

I have little sympathy for Omar Khadr, but, if he is indeed a war criminal, what does that make George W. Bush on the grand scale of criminality? Far from being held accountable for his actions, Bush has become a motivational speaker earning vast sums for sharing his memories with deluded throngs.

Afghan Reasons

The real reasons we're in Afghanistan

As published in Ottawa Citizen & Montreal Gazette: Dec. 4, 2010

Mexican Drug War

‘Mexican’ drug war an outgrowth of drug use in U.S., Canada

As published in the Cape Breton Post: January 9th, 2011

The “Mexican” drug war is often blamed on Mexican law enforcement confusion created by massive organizational changes at the senior levels of their government.
The theory states that overturning established arrangements between the cartels and the previous government has led to power struggles and enhanced violence. The answer, therefore, lies in reforming the Mexican government.

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

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