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Memo to the Globe and Mail: Sophistry does not justify keeping the works of rapists, murderers, and other destructive con men. Why a creator's intent is more important than the product he makes

The Globe and Mail’s Russell Smith’s apologist column is a very good example of bad journalism. It is a justification why we should keep admiring the works of thugs and tyrants who backstabbed, schemed, lied, and bullied their way into immortality with their immorality. 691 more words

Alleged Journalism

RELEASE: Bestselling author Bruce Templeton takes to the stage with new seasonal stories

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 7, 2017 (St. John’s) – This morning details were confirmed by the central office at the North Pole for an upcoming holiday performance from Santa’s assistant, Bruce Templeton. 435 more words

Bruce Templeton

Critics say new Globe and Mail freelance contract isn't fair to writers

MITCHELL THOMPSON | J-Source

[~] The Globe and Mail has received criticism for a revamped freelance contract that one critic says doesn’t treat authors fairly. 198 more words

Journalism

Vintage Toronto Ads: The Colossus of Want Ads

Originally published on Torontoist on May 19, 2009.

Toronto Star, March 31, 1936.

No statistics have ever been made public about the number of deaths and injuries caused by the swift, sudden attack of colossal bellboys bearing large stacks of classifieds that descended upon downtown Toronto during the spring of 1936. 283 more words

Torontoist

Klippert Month - Finale

In exactly one week (November 7th) we will have arrived at the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court verdict in Klippert v. The Queen. In the ruling, Everett George Klippert was declared a dangerous sexual offender for having consensual gay sex. 434 more words

Gay

Genocide Against Tutsi in Rwanda: US Denial Worse Than Is Usually Remembered

By: Nathan J. Robinson

“If the horrors of the Holocaust taught us anything,” Bill Clinton said before becoming president, “it is the high cost of remaining silent and paralyzed in the face of genocide. 4,889 more words

Rwanda