All my life, I’ve been skeptical about the existence of a supreme being. I was raised an atheist, but drifted toward agnosticism quite some time ago.
KAMLOOPS — There are many, many things in the world to make a reasonable person angry these days. The list seems to be getting longer every week, with white supremacists taking top spot to kick off July.
Those expressing outrage at the $10.5-million settlement between the federal government and Omar Khadr should look more closely at the facts.
KAMLOOPS — I didn’t give much thought about whether Canada was a nation or not until I read Andrew Coyne’s article in Canada’s History magazine (June/July 2017). He argues that we are not.
KAMLOOPS — Here we go again with another controversy over statues.
KAMLOOPS — This morning, as you read my column, I am at the Kelowna Cancer Clinic and blissfully unaware of everything, as my radiation oncologist launches her nuclear attack on my prostate cancer.
KAMLOOPS – Now that all hope of saving the Kamloops Daily News building is lost — the contract has been awarded to demolish it and put up a parking lot — we’re supposed to rest assured that City Hall is already thinking hard about what t
KAMLOOPS — It’s hard to believe Americans can jump for joy on this 4th of July, given the turmoil the country is going through, largely because of the constant silliness and poor judgment of its’ President.
It’s the day after fireworks and music and food trucks, the day when small glittery plastic maple leaves lie forgotten in the grass where yesterday’s crowds gathered to celebrate Canada Day.