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Donald Trump has been speaking aloud what Republicans have been dog-whistling—racial concern and xenophobia. That has been his strength in certain sectors of the population and his weakness elsewhere. So said Prof. Richard Johnston, University of British Columbia Canadian Research Chair in Public Opinion, Elections, and Representation. He was speaking recently at a Big Thinking event on Canada's Parliament Hill.
First and foremost, it was not so much a foreign policy disaster as a flat-out war crime for which Blair as chief perpetrator must be tried. And so must his Cabinet, who carry collective responsibility.
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News that Tragically Hip Front man Gord Downie is suffering from an aggressive form of incurable brain cancer known as glioblastoma - one of the most common causes of cancer death in Canadians between 40 and 60 years old - is creating renewed interest in research studies drawing a link between cell phone use and brain cancer.
It appears that the current strong U.S. Dollar policy, resulting in an economic downturn in developing nations like Egypt, is not the first time the world has witnessed this scenario.
Conventional wisdom has it that cheaper energy costs leave consumers around the world with more money to spend, thus stimulating most countries' economies to one degree or another.
Housing First is an approach to stabilizing homeless people with mental health and/or substance abuse problems. The idea is to get the person into housing in the community, with no strings attached.
Although the western media pilloried then Argentinian President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for her speech at the 68th UN General Assembly, on Sept 24, 2013. In her UN speech, Ms. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner covered a variety of issues from the need to regulate financial markets to the global fight against terrorism. The issues she raised continue to be ignored today as the problems escalate.
An employer must make reasonable accommodation for an employee with a disability. That includes a mental disability such as depression or anxiety. It's the law.