The World “Sucks” Because of Trump: the War on Transgender Military Personnel

Wait. Close your eyes. Is it just me or do you feel it too? Ask yourself, what is the source of this horrendous weight? The evisceration of environmental safeguards? The withdrawal from the Paris Accord? The only answer is—the world literally”sucks” because of Donald Trump.

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OPINION | Surrender Donald (Do They Know It’s Christmas Time?)

In 1939, a house landed on a witch, and a starry-eyed youngster found out there is no place like home. Exactly 80 years later, a house will proverbially land on a president, as 40 Democrats will take their seats in the House of Representatives in an effort restore courage, wisdom and heart to the government. Trending on twitter is the latest hashtag #TrumpResign Continue reading “OPINION | Surrender Donald (Do They Know It’s Christmas Time?)”

OPINION | Why Trump’s Alternate Reality is about to Vanish

Pick any half decent science fiction film. They always muck with the timeline—Back to the Future, Star Trek, Terminator. The premise is always the same—something catastrophic occurs in the distant past, the hero must return to fix it, and when the pivotal moment arrives, the hero must choose a different path in order to repair the timeline. Trump has proven that he does not watch science fiction, as he habitually repeats the same feckless loop resulting in a presidential timeline that can never be repaired. Continue reading “OPINION | Why Trump’s Alternate Reality is about to Vanish”

Opinion | Heather Heyer and the price of justice

Today, I can write that Heather’s Heyer’s assailant, James Field Jr., is a murderer.  Many had thought it, people had tweeted it, but now it’s official. At age 21, he will be sentenced as any murderer should.

In Trump’s long tunnel of madness, Charlottesville is but a speck in the rearview mirror. But many will recall the incident—the pain, the anger, the sudden sense of helplessness and loss that will not soon be forgotten. Still, some may argue that as Canadian living thousands of miles away, I’m on the fringe. No, I didn’t know Heather Heyer, but both our nations appreciate the stand she took, and the ultimate price that she paid. Continue reading “Opinion | Heather Heyer and the price of justice”