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Listening to the 6 o’clock news on C.B.C. the other day I was piqued at the statements coming from the mouth of an executive of the Sierra Club of Canada. He knows, in that all knowing tone, that the vast majority of Canadians are in favour of cleaning up the environment, and saving our planet Continue Reading

Winning is all that counts

Principles are often overlooked in striving for success. It never ceases to amaze me how the need to be successful is more important than the need to be ethical, even if your actions directly contradict the ethics of your cause. This is true whether you are describing an individual, a corporation, a religion or a Continue Reading


I cease to be amazed at the ability of civilized human beings (whatever that means) to find a way to kill, torture and terrorize one another. In my lifetime, a period of close to 80 years, there have been three massacres that have captured the attention of the world. Starting with the holocaust, the indiscriminate Continue Reading


This speech was given in the Orthodox Synagogue of St Louis by Joe McCain, brother of Senator John McCain of Arizona. The Jews will not go quietly again. NEVER. There is a lot of worrying popping up in the media just now — “Can Israel Survive”? Don`t worry about it. It relates to something the Continue Reading


A Toronto Star journalist, Joe Fiorito, wrote an article recently criticizing the drug laws in place to-day in Canada. I agree in general with what this journalist said, so I am reprinting his article. If you go to my articles on the subject in this blog under “illegal drugs” you will see where we differ. Continue Reading