Author: Jonathan McLeod

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Jim Flaherty, RIP

Jim Flaherty stepped down as Canada’s Finance Minister on March 18. Yesterday, he suddenly passed away in his Ottawa home. He was a politician who touched many. He will be dearly missed.

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Après!

Jonathan takes you on a post-rock stroll through his extended backyard of Ontario and Quebec.

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Maybe He Doesn’t Really Want to be Prime Minister

Justin Trudeau–Liberal leader, charmer, philosopher prince–isn’t having such a good go of it. The Grits just wrapped up their policy convention, which (since it was in the middle of the Olympics*) I didn’t really...

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This Isn’t What I Wished For

Does love endure? Will a love developed over decades whither and fade in a few short years? I don’t think I want to find out.

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Caleb Hannan, Gender Identity and Journalistic Ethics

Grantland’s Caleb Hannan faces questions about his journalistic ethics as he writes about Essay Anne Vanderbilt, a trans woman working to build a better putter. His ethics may remain intact, but his decency is nowhere to be found.

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My Friend Bob

Truly loved, Bob died alone.

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One gun law added on

Canada’s gun laws hurt the innocent while protecting no one.

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Keep your hands off my social engineering!

I recently read the Yahoo!Shine article, Christmas 2013: What Little Girls and Boys Want is Really Depressing, and I can’t really tell you why. There’s no grand insight; it’s a fairly standard commentary on the...

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A new front in the war on men

Currying favour from the cliterati, feminist stooge Drew Gough is taking aim at masculinity, suggesting we succumb to our double-x overlords:

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Don’t be that guy… to that guy

We have discussed—more than once—the Don’t Be That Guy rape prevention campaign. Riding the bus on Saturday, I saw a new installment of the campaign. It showed two men sitting on a bed. It...