Symposium: It’s not surprising the Domino’s Pizza guys got to know Andrew to the point that they would actually worry about him. Andrew was an incredibly kind person.
Author: Jonathan McLeod
It’s time for some skating and some inter-generational conflict.
Canada Day! Canada Day! Canada Day! Did you hear that it’s Canada Day?
You get three songs. Go!
Mark Steyn is a good writer. Hillary Clinton is a married woman. Neither of these facts should be important when discussing Presidential politics.
Alumni, cross-border hostility, Bernie Sanders and Jar Jar Binks. There’s serious stuff, too.
In Celebration of Canada Day, Jonathan writes 1400 words about punk rock.
National anthems can be really very funny.
Here’s a look at what happened when some sports fans in Toronto behaved badly on live TV.
Thoughts about the riots in Baltimore. But it can’t be just about the riots, can it?
Jonathan spends too much time thinking about the political messaging of 90s punk songs.
There’s something important happening in the lead-up to the Super Bowl. The Seattle Seahawks, led by Marshawn Lynch, are finally sticking it to the corrupt NFL.
It’s not really a recipe and it’s not really a photo essay, but watch as Jonathan makes some brussel sprouts.
Bears, baseball, buildings, beauties and Barrett Brown. We’ll talk about all that and more in this week’s Linky Friday!
In true Canadian style, Jonathan McLeod goes from talking about hockey to talking about sexual assault to talking about feminism.
Because everything is about hockey and hockey is about everything, apparently.
Jonathan McLeod looks at two recent court cases, noting the existence of rape culture and male privilege without ever using the terms.
Matt Bruenig argues against the current legal education and licensing regime. While doing so, he imperils his future favoured status.
We’ve all heard the term “rape culture” thrown around, and it’s a term that can lose its meaning or significance with repeated use, but as we experience sexual crimes like those committed in Steubenville or against Rehtaeh Parsons–and the delayed and insufficient responses to the crimes–it is inescapable that rape culture persists and, perhaps, thrives.