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Catastrophic consequences of not closing borders

This Sunday before Thanksgiving, we are thankful for the wisdom of Dr. Thomas Sowell.

Today we invite you to take a few minutes to read his latest column titled, “ 262 more words

We Have A Voice

On outrage and sadness

Back in September I visited the refugee camp known as the Jungle in Calais. I was outraged by what I saw. People condemned to live in conditions that would bring a prosecution if animals were being kept like this. 1,065 more words

Gray: The spaces between

People, as a general rule, try to do what they believe is best. The majority of people operate in good faith, however misguided it might be. 365 more words

We Enjoy Outrage.

Outrage feels good. It’s enjoyable to be angry, it’s intense. It’s adrenaline. It’s a high.

But outrage is an aggressive emotion. People use it to intimidate others out of their argument. 41 more words

Extreme Sadness + Outrage Leads to Hate, But Must It?

Every time I turned on the TV or radio last week and heard about the horrific attacks in Paris, I became emotional and teared up.  Each and every time.  886 more words

Kelly McParland: CBC calls outrage police on Liberal MP's Halloween costume

Liberal MP Linda Lapointe deletes photos of her 'unacceptable' Halloween costume cbc.ca/1.3321990 https://t.co/XbBEfU02WU

CBC News (@CBCNews) November 17, 2015

The CBC had an opportunity to do something beneficial on Tuesday.

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Outrage forces Jeremy Corbyn into u-turn on shoot to kill | Daily Mail Online

The Labour leader sparked a furious row last night after saying he was ‘not happy’ about armed officers and special forces had an order to kill fanatics to bring an atrocity to an end. 14 more words