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Zundel’s foul legacy of persistent, organized hatred

Zundel’s foul legacy of persistent, organized hatred

We must never forget. We must never falter. We must never stop fighting the purveyors of hate and lies

U.S. soft on inappropriate sexual student/teacher relationships

School boards, teacher’s unions reluctant to act against teacher predators

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O.J. Simpson’s legacy of perverse justice

With his imminent release in October, one wonders if O.J. Simpson will resume his search for the “real killers” of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman

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Missing women, evil men: inquiry must examine both

Far too many aboriginal men insist on locking themselves and their families in a deadly prison of dependence, alcohol, abuse and violence

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Protect yourself from financial phishing

Welcome to the predatory online scamming world. Fraudulent emails, often containing links or attachments, are dangerous. If it seems too good to be true, it is

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Khadr settlement defies due process, insults Canadians

None of Khadr’s conspiracy allegations were proven in court, of course, because the Trudeau government sidestepped the public process and defied the rule of law

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The dilemma of Omar Khadr

The child soldier argument may support Khadr’s repatriation, but whether the Liberal’s decision to pay him $10.5 million is politically wise remains to be seen

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Khadr apology and settlement shameful

As many Canadians struggle on public assistance,. imagine how they feel as confessed terrorist Omar Khadr gets $10.5 million from the Trudeau government

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The dangerous domino effect of urban violence

From seemingly harmless events, a cascade of riots and mayhem can follow. Just look at the examples in Detroit, Watts and the 1992 violence in Los Angeles

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A simple PR lesson for community police

If police report that all is quiet in a community, does it mean they’re overstaffed or does it mean a reporter is asking the wrong questions?

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