Today’s Reflection is about the elections results here in Canada, and my reaction to it.
I really love what The Guardian has to say about our election results, and so am going to quite their opening from an article, titled “Canada’s cold new dawn: Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper is our version of George W Bush, [read more...]
Today’s Reflection is about Big Brothers, of the Orwell kind.
My parents and I left Russia, or Soviet Union, as it was called then, in 1974. We left pretty much everything there, including many dear friends. Quite a few people chose to severe all contact with us, once they found out that we are leaving [read more...]
I am not much into politics. Never have been, really. Yet, I am beginning to see and realize, more and more, that everything is ultimately political (or, at least, is impacted by it). From business, religion, education, health care, media, economy, and most of the aspects of our lives – all areas are impacted by [read more...]
Mr. Harper is wrong: There’s more to the arts than a bunch of rich people at galas whining about their grants
From Thursday’s Globe and MailSeptember 24, 2008 at 11:00 PM EDT
What sort of country do we want to live in? What sort of country do we already live in? What [read more...]