Monthly Archives: October 2010

Omar Khadr’s extradition

On Oct. 25, 2010, Omar Khadr pleaded guilty to throwing the grenade that killed an American soldier eight years ago. His goal was actually to “Kill many Americans” with his act of terrorism. He has spent his incarceration becoming more … Continue reading

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COLUMN- The colonel’s clothes

A man in a pink bikini graced the front of the newspaper Tuesday morning. His steely gaze almost penetrates through the picture and into your own heart. The swimsuit is one taken from the scene of the countless crimes he … Continue reading

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What rights does he deserve?

With the trial of Col. Russell Williams coming to a close, it is interesting to see what kind of rights the colonel has been denied in these quick proceedings. There has been no publication ban on the information coming out … Continue reading

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Prostitution rights

Ontario has recently decriminalized solicitation for prostitution and the running of bawdy houses. Prostitution, which has been legal since 1985, has seen a lot of roadblocks, since even though it’s legal to prostitute, it is illegal to offer it openly … Continue reading

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The Commonwealth Games in Delhi have been constantly in the news with talks of bridges falling and stadiums collapsing, but many of our athletes seem ready and willing to go forward with their participation. The ones that have decided to … Continue reading

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