The army has issued an apology after showing graphic pictures of American troops and dead Afghans. One soldier was even caught smiling with a bloody and somewhat clothed corpse. Read the rest of this entry »


                        An annual neo—Nazi march in Calgary may have hit its last stride. The anger was felt all around, but the police stopped any violence that usually arises during these marches. Both neo-Nazi and anti-racist groups came out to protest but they were kept on opposite ends in downtown Calgary. Read the rest of this entry »

My Violent Torpedo of Truth…many Canadians now own tickets with this title on them. What will they be seeing on April 14th? Performing in Toronto is the infamous Charlie Sheen, he is taking his personal life on tour, and people are just eating it up. Read the rest of this entry »

                The devastation in Japan is never far from our thoughts. Every day we read a different article, but the tones are still the same. How could anyone in Japan prepare for the earthquake and then Tsunami that followed? Read the rest of this entry »

                What does Premier Dalton McGuinty have in common with Two and a Half Men actor Charlie Sheen? In reality he has zero in common with the troubled actor but Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak put both men in the same category. Read the rest of this entry »


20 years ago today the Los Angeles Police Department was changed forever. George Holliday woke up in the middle of the night to the sounds of police sirens outside his apartment. He grabbed his Sony Handycam and the rest is history. Read the rest of this entry »

                Kelly Egan, a columnist for The Ottawa Citizen says “We could probably end the carnage caused by impaired driving. We could. We just don’t want to.” These are pretty big statements, especially when the topic is something like drunk driving. Why wouldn’t people want to stop drunk driving altogether? Read the rest of this entry »


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