Many are the voices of what to do with Canada's final resting place for politically deserving friends-of-the-government. On sober second thought, let's leave well enough alone.
With a tailwind from Hurricane Sandy (and an additional gust from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie), the American people have given President Barack Obama four more years of kicking the can of U.S. economic recovery down the road to 2016.
Editor: Re: Sink some teeth into the issue and ban backyard breeders, Community Comment, Oct. 24
Editor: -- Re: Mayor opposed to legalizing pot, Oct. 12
Editor: -- Re: Robinson avoids jail
Re: "It's a Day at a time in private clinic battle," July 25.
Re: "Let's keep growing," editorial, Wednesday, July 4.
As we are celebrating Canada's 145th birthday, replete with a veritable love-in of flag-waving self-congratulatory fervour, one cannot escape the uncomfortable notion that it is a slippery slope from patriotism to jingoism.
Editor: -- Never mind: "How do we help people eat better?"
Re: Don't turn to court for all the answers, letter to the editor, April 27
Oh, the permissive blessings of a compassionate Canadian justice system where punishment habitually turns a blind eye to the seriousness of the crime and the law is more concerned about the rights of criminals than the fate of their very real victims.
Re: Don't revive capital punishment debate, Our View, The Record, March 21, and Capital punishment makes sense, Letters to the editor, The Record, March 23.
Re: Is it finally time to legalize pot?, Editor's Letter, by Pat Tracy, Burnaby NOW, Feb. 17.
When I read E.W. Bopp's Dec. 23 letter (Let Kyoto stay buried), the first thing that happened is that I fell off my chair in shock. It's 2012, and global warming deniers are still spouting their nonsense? Then I read the letter again, and I realized that all E.W. was saying is that he or she supports the Conservative ideology; the rest of his or her letter is gibberish.
Re: New Canadians not to blame, letter to the editor, Dec. 23
Re: Government in denial over global warming, letter to the editor, Dec. 16
Re: Progressives making strides in their assault on Christmas, Community Comment, Dec. 21
Re: Kyoto dropout is disastrous, Letters to the editor, Burnaby NOW, Dec. 16.
Re: "Who's offended by Christmas?" letter to the editor, Wednesday, Dec. 7.