Monthly Archives: September 2017

Being a Bad Apple in the Middle Class

What Is the Significance of Being a Bad Apple? Over the last three years or so, I’ve noticed a strange quirk in the debates over police brutality in the United States. Proponents of the police often couch their support in … Continue reading

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O Canada and the Two Solitudes

Introduction  We should speak not of one O Canada but of the two O Canadas, which represent the two solitudes of English and French Canada. The original French lyrics of Sir Adolphe-Basile Routhier and the English lyrics of Robert Stanley … Continue reading

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