I’ve written a story on the strengths and flaws of the Canadian healthcare system for The Varsity this month. You can find it here.
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Less than a month after anarchists, communists, and a bevy of other perpetually useless members of society shut down a speech at the University of Toronto, the school’s student newspaper, The Varsity, … 432 more words
A fairly early morning greeted us in spite of our previous late night. Breakfast was sub-par, but that was expected. We ate, packed up, parted ways with our dog (he was riding with Brooke’s mom for the day since we were making a pit stop in Atlanta on our way to Bryant, AL) and headed out. 828 more words
As individuals who think “political correctness” means that they no longer have the right to be offensive continue spreading across university campus, integrating themselves back into positions of power in society, and worming deep into our legal system, one of its more garish manifestations have been the emergence of ‘Neo-Nazis’ — although a more appropriate term might be ‘Alt-Reich.’ 709 more words
When our French goddaughter was visiting recently, we wanted to show her some iconic Atlanta landmarks. She had been to the Aquarium and World of Coke; seen Centennial Olympic Park, the Margaret Mitchell House, Fox Theater, and MLK museum; she’d even eaten at a Waffle House and liked it. 546 more words