Ben Shapiro Discusses the Super Bowl Halftime Show

February 3, 2020. See it here on YouTube. Cognitive dissonance: In the field of psychology, cognitive dissonance occurs when a person holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values, or participates in an action that goes against one of these three, and experiences psychological stress because of that. - Wikipedia Women, I think it's… Continue reading Ben Shapiro Discusses the Super Bowl Halftime Show

Canadian governments give Huawei millions in funding while debate rages over its 5G role

Critics warn there is a serious risk that Huawei will build 'back doors' into the 5G technology allowing China access to Canadian private information Tom Blackwell, February 3, 2020 Commentary While the United States and Australia have banned Huawei's next generation 5G systems as a threat to national security, former Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, in… Continue reading Canadian governments give Huawei millions in funding while debate rages over its 5G role

Heritage minister clarifies government won’t be licensing news outlets following backlash

February 3, 2020 news article by Terry Pedwell Commentary The Liberal government is revising Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications laws and it's a good thing somebody is watching. As a blogger I am particularly interested in the need for freedom of speech online. The idea of licensing news sites does not sit well with me at… Continue reading Heritage minister clarifies government won’t be licensing news outlets following backlash

A Note to My Followers About Change Coming to this Site

I'm sure you've noticed fewer posts here over the years. My time of writing about the writing process seems to be fading into history. I've decided that's OK. Over the next few months I plan to change my focus. I hope you will stick around as I start to write about a variety of subjects… Continue reading A Note to My Followers About Change Coming to this Site

The Right to Die with Dignity

Today I was angry. It felt as though something boiled over in me when I read the subject line of an email addressed to me: Help us protect the right to die with dignity. In Canada our government is trying to pass legislation regarding euthanasia. There is a "consultation questionnaire" which Canadians are encouraged to… Continue reading The Right to Die with Dignity

What to Write About – Leave a Legacy

I don't very often talk about content in writing. In fact, I don't believe I've touched on this subject before. There are messages out there that need to be shared. A few questions I always ask myself: 1) Am I the one to speak about this? 2) Where/to whom do I talk/write about this? 3)… Continue reading What to Write About – Leave a Legacy

Why I Left Facebook at the End of the Year

Each of my WordPress followers pressed the "follow" button for a slightly different reason. When I follow someone it is because I have found their writing interesting or motivating in some way and I want to keep track of them and be able to read more of their content. When I think that this is… Continue reading Why I Left Facebook at the End of the Year

Update on My Novel

To my dear readers who have followed my story...thank you for your incredible patience. It would almost make a story of its own for me to document my writing journey these past months. I finally decided that at the end of the year I will put my novel aside. In other words, it must be… Continue reading Update on My Novel

Organizing for Writing

As writers we are always collecting material. I have file boxes full of notes. Numerous computer files. Bookshelves of books. My brain is constantly coming up with new concepts to write about. New angles. New stories. I can't possibly keep track of them all. Between my electronic notes and files, and my physical files and… Continue reading Organizing for Writing