The Latest From David Menzies
July 25, 2016
Hopefully we all remember Marco Muzzo. He’s that self-entitled Richie Rich drunkard who was recently sentenced to 10 years for killing three children and their grandfather.
July 24, 2016
Nice was the scene of the latest atrocity carried out in the name of Islam. 84 dead, 10 of them children, and more than 100 injured. Welcome to the new normal.
July 23, 2016
The Honda Indy was back in Hogtown last weekend and it was glorious for fans of open-wheel auto racing. The roar of 700-HP engines, the smell of rubber melting on blacktop... What’s not to love? Well, enter SJWs and climate change Cassandras for the answer to that.
July 21, 2016
Has Canada become a nation of wimps? I hate to even ask but you’ll understand after you hear what happened to a school bus driver after he allowed three of his charges to get off the bus 300 metres before reaching their babysitter’s house.
July 20, 2016
It didn’t take all that long for London, England’s newly-elected Muslim mayor, Sadiq Khan, to embrace the tenets of sharia law and apply his Islamic sensibilities to the advertising world.
July 18, 2016
Occasionally, a study comes along with such eye-popping conclusions that even before you analyze the methodology or determine who funded the study, the dial on your B.S. detector speeds off into the Red Zone.
July 17, 2016
Every couple of years, I get sucked-in by my euro-centric acquaintances about the so-called “world sport” of soccer whether it’s the World Cup or the Euro Cup.
July 16, 2016
Until seven years ago, that plot of land in downtown Toronto where the Gardiner Expressway connects to the Don Valley Parkway was the sweetest-smelling piece of real estate in the city.
July 15, 2016
There are myriad rules governing the slaughtering of animals in Ontario. Case in point: after an animal is slaughtered, the meat is immediately refrigerated, to minimize the potential multiplication of harmful bacteria. All of these rules are outlined under Section 83 of Ontario’s Food and Safety Quality Act.
July 10, 2016
Iconic symbols of a Canadian summer: an ice cream truck winding through the neighbourhood; a sleek, vintage convertible cruising the boulevard; a lemonade stand manned by kids hoping to make a few extra bucks to buy candy bars or comic books.