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Oh, what heady times for local columnists. With the many swirling issues presently vying for collective discourse, one scarcely knows where to begin!
I feel I owe the community some clarification. First, it was not my intent to inquire how Dianne Wyntjes voted over the past 10 years, but rather how she leans politically.
Cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead once said: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.”
What does it mean to say we uphold free speech in this country? Ann Coulter has certainly opened the door to some interesting debate.
Something in our nation’s capital dealt a sobering blow this week to the prized freedoms we as Canadians take for granted. Something undemocratic. Something un-Canadian. Something wholly indefensible.
Last week, the president of the United States delivered his much-anticipated State of the Union address to the American people. Perhaps now would be a perfect time for our own State of the City commentary to the residents of Red Deer.
Reaction to American President Barack Obama’s recent Nobel Peace Prize award was as varied and controversial as the list of past recipients itself.
I have always loved football. I have watched a lot of football through the years, but have never been a football mom watching football — until now. And that’s a whole other experience.