The Latest From David Menzies
April 17, 2016
What would the Obama Administration do for an encore after reaching out to Iran and Cuba? How about sending Secretary of State John Kerry to Hiroshima to continue this weird “mea culpa” tour.
April 16, 2016
A defenceless Palestinian lies wounded and bleeding on a Hebron street when along comes an IDF soldier, a paramedic, who casually cocks his firearm and shoots him in the head killing him instantly. Cue the worldwide outrage.
April 15, 2016
It’s always perversely amusing to see government justify its intrusion into those realms that should be the bailiwick of the private sector, like for example liquor retailing and gambling.
April 10, 2016
Imagine I tweeted out the following message: “Please God, give me the strength not to kill black folks today.” Would you think I was a hateful racist, maybe even a KKK member?
April 09, 2016
Our Nanny State Ninny Award for March goes to the Peel District School Board. Students at four Peel Region schools were looking forward to trips to Europe this year until the school board cancelled those excursions due to safety concerns about terrorism.
April 06, 2016
To virtually nobody’s surprise, ex-CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi was recently found not guilty of a variety of charges ranging from sexual assault to overcoming resistance by choking.
April 03, 2016
Did you have a happy Easter despite British chocolate maker Cadbury removing the word “Easter” from its Easter eggs? Christians immediately took to the streets, blowing up candy stores and beheading Cadbury executives. Oh wait. No they didn’t.
April 02, 2016
Thousands of country music fans were delighted when Garth Brooks flew into Hamilton to perform four sold-out concerts but not all were pleased when hundreds of Syrian refugees were temporarily displaced from their Hamilton hotel rooms to accommodate the Garth fans.
March 27, 2016
It seems you just can’t crack a joke these days without some sensitive hothouse flower being mortally offended. Has the time come to implement a moratorium on humour and comedy?
March 26, 2016
Can you imagine a municipal bylaw that would prevent gossiping, or rumour-mongering? Enter the “Polite Police” at Saskatoon City Council who recently proposed an anti-bullying bylaw that would make Saskatoon a kinder, gentler place . . . or else!