The Dinner Table Digest is an intermittent collection of interesting material from around the internet, curated by Peter Thurley at Dinner Table Don'ts…
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The Dinner Table Digest is an intermittent collection of interesting material from around the internet, curated by Peter Thurley at Dinner Table Don'ts…
An occasional series featuring the books I'm either reading or have just finished
One of the hardest things to learn is that indoctrinated folks cannot be persuaded by reason. Only an epiphany can shake someone out of it.
In 2007, while in grad school, I wrote a paper about the responsibilities that a conquering or occupying power has to the conquered land, with Afghanis…
Ten years ago, I had a dream of serving Kitchener Centre as NDP Member of Parliament. Now? That dream is all but gone.
The Dinner Table Digest is an intermittent collection of interesting material from around the internet, curated by Peter Thurley at Dinner Table Don'ts…
Simone Biles brave actions ought to give us pause on the level of sacrifice that we demand from our sports heroes, extending beyond the Olympics and in…
The Dinner Table Digest is an intermittent collection of interesting material from around the internet, curated by Peter Thurley at Dinner Table Don'ts…
I finally finished Hannah Arendt's political classic "Origins of Totalitarianism." Here are my initial thoughts.
Canada is a nation that committed genocide against the Indigenous peoples that lived here first. That's not something I want to celebrate.