Opinion

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Flying into Boston days after the Marathon last year was like flying into a fortress. It wasn’t just that security was enforced everywhere. It wasn’t just a physical fortress. Even more noticeable »

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It’s customary, at Passover, to say “Happy Passover” to Jews celebrating the eight day holiday. Passover starts Monday evening with a “seder” (say-der), a ritual dinner which for less observant Jews turns »

Patrick Brazeau: Quebec’s Rob Ford?

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Two headlines caught my eye when I logged on to the CBC website. Both were categorized as “Latest Ottawa News Headlines.” Both, I thought, referred to the same story. One headline was »

Rob Ford: He’s Served Us Well

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I’m starting to get worried that we may not have Rob Ford around next winter for non-stop hilarity. Also, as Bill Clinton tactfully but truthfully pointed out this week on the Jimmy »

The Power of Penmanship

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When the star witness in the Trayvon Martin murder trial was given a handwritten letter to read as part of evidence, the 19-year-old high school student was unable to read cursive. This »

Sex, More or Less

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Couples who do an equal share of household chores and childcare have less sex. Doesn’t that sound like propaganda from the Men Against Cleaning House Organization (MACHO) and its brother organization, Don’t »