Paul Andrew

26 Jun 19
Calgary Herald

Two months after the Calgary Stampede, the city will be transformed into the nation’s country-music capital as the Canadian Country Music Association holds a four-day celebration culminating with its annual award show at the Saddledome. Association president Tracy Martin announced details about Calgary’s Country Music Week on Wednesday morning. Activities will run from Sept. 5 […]

26 Jun 19
Obscurity and a Competence

“Transphobic rhetoric, some of it violent, appears to be increasing among white nationalists and neo-Nazis as the fight for transgender rights gains visibility and public support. A Hatewatch review of internet chatter, social media posts and recent news events shows hate groups ramping up their efforts to demonize the transgender community, going as far as […]

26 Jun 19
Pastpresentist

Pragmatic progressive or technocratic centrist? In this series, I’ll evaluate various 2020 candidates. First up is Andrew Yang, a candidate for the Democratic nomination touting his credentials as CEO and founder of various successful startups and non-profit ventures. First things first: What is Andrew Yang’s walk up music? 1996 contemporary R&B “Return of the Mack” […]

26 Jun 19
jcgregsolutions

From a homily by Saint Gregory of Nyssa, bishop Consider the feelings of a man who looks down into the depths of the sea from the top of a mountain. This is similar to my own experience when the voice of the Lord from on high, as from a mountaintop, reached the unfathomable depths of […]

26 Jun 19
Russia News Now

Sam Husseini takes a look at some some of the candidates who will be getting national TV attention tonight and Thursday.   By Sam HusseiniSpecial to Consortium News Following the rigging of the 2016 Democratic presidential primary process in favor of Hillary Clinton and various reforms that have been implemented since, the current mix of candidates heading […]