In my last column (Sticking the arson charge on a couple of patsies – The Daily Observer Aug. 19, 2017) I questioned why North Korea’s nuclear program was attracting such attention from the United States. North Korea is a very poor and backwards country whose bellicosity reflects the regime’s need for an external enemy like the United States to gal
Bryce McBride, Daily Observer community editorial board
Imagine how good life would be if you could write cheques that were never cashed.
As the Conservative Party of Canada enters the final months of its leadership race, it is a good time to both assess the challenges facing the country and formulate some responses to these problems that reflect both Conservative and Canadian core values.More specifically, it is a good time to think about how best to reduce our dangerously high leve
Some climate scientists, concerned with the warming impact of rising levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, have proposed that to keep temperatures cool what is needed is more pollution. More specifically, they suggest that more particulate pollution in the upper reaches of the atmosphere would reflect the sun’s radi
Recently the Renfrew County District School Board moved to go ahead with the planned closure of Westmeath and Madawaska Public Schools. As my mother taught at Westmeath P.S. and as four generations of my family have attended the school, this decision by the board frankly hurts.
After having enjoyed years of rising stock prices, since January investors have been hit with an unexpected fall in the value of their portfolios. The question on many people’s minds is: Is this a temporary dip that presents a buying opportunity, or is this just the beginning of a long, wrenching period of wealth destruction?