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Cartoon Wars

​​​​​​​I have to say at the outset that I dislike most editorial cartoons. And also that I read them.
  • Tue, March 07, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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What should our Supreme Court be?

There is much dispute among jurists about the ideal function of a supreme court. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, in a speech to a think tank in Puerto Rico in February of this year, criticized those who believe in a "living" constitution. "You would have to be an idiot to believe that," Scalia said.
  • Tue, February 28, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Utilitarianism disguised as compassion

"Euthanasia treats people as disposable objects. All Canadians should be concerned… even frightened by the possibilities," says 26-year palliative care specialist Jean Echlin RN, MScN
  • Tue, February 21, 2006
  • Jim Hnatiuk
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Common-law babies less healthy: StatsCan

A story by Francine Kopun in the National Post Nov. 24, 2004 revealed that married women have healthier babies than women living in common-law relationships. The source for her report was research by Statistics Canada.
  • Tue, February 14, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Resolving Canada’s crisis in education

​​​​​​​Education in Canada is in a crisis. The crisis is national in scope-even international. Therefore the solutions will have to be broader than the jurisdiction over education given by the Constitution to the provinces.
  • Fri, February 10, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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A very good start!

Prime Minister-designate Stephen Harper is to be commended for his first foreign policy announcement: Canada will not recognize the Hamas majority elected to rule the Palestinian Authority.
  • Tue, January 31, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Supreme Court denies Chris Kempling justice

The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear a freedom of speech case brought by Quesnel, BC teacher Dr. Chris Kempling in a dispute with the British Columbia College of Teachers.
  • Thu, January 26, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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The fight to save democracy in Canada

Canada is at a crucial point in our history. The very survival of constitutional democracy is at stake. But none of the parties we have elected to Parliament in the past has been willing to set aside the quest for power long enough to save the Constitution.

  • Tue, January 17, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Seeking the right ground in politics

There's been a flurry of news this week about Conservatives pressuring CHP candidates to quit. One of the most poignant stories comes out of Saskatoon, where supporters of Maurice Vellacott have been haranguing CHP candidate Dale Sanders.
  • Mon, January 09, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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Brokeback Mountain: beware-moral poison!

Before any more awards are given to the pro-'gay' movie Brokeback Mountain, the award-givers ought to make a posthumous award to Nazi film-maker Leni Riefenstahl.
  • Tue, January 03, 2006
  • Ron Gray
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