Long before the recent—and continuing—revelations in the entertainment and political arenas, sexual offending was regarded as one of the most prominent social pathologies. Amid the recent flurry of [...]
A landmark ruling for justice and common sense in this David and Goliath battle, now in it's third year, was handed down on Wednesday, October 7.
The judge's ruling [...]
Last month, a Superior Court judge in Montreal, Quebec, ordered three Canadian tobacco companies to pay over $15 billion in damages to Quebec smokers. The judgment was the largest in Canadian [...]
John Lesow, a NWCitizen writer, wrote this on behalf of the Cross Border Coalition in Point Roberts and the Tsawwassen area of Delta, BC, Canada.
Update, Oct 22 - John Lesow [...]
“I don't even know what street Canada's on….”
—- Al Capone, 1929
Mr. Capone did not let geographical challenges impede his success in business. An ardent capitalist, he gave [...]
As the year draws to a close, television and print media come forward with their obligatory—and often entertaining—Year End Retrospectives. They catalogue the Best of 2010. And the Worst. [...]
Jack Petree is a knowledgeable, affable fellow and a good writer. He has been omnipresent at County Council and Planning Commission meetings over the past half dozen years when County [...]
On this day in 1915, Francis Albert Sinatra was born in Hoboken, New Jersey. It was a difficult home birth for Sinatra’s mother, Dolly. The 13 pound Sinatra arrived stillborn. [...]
John Lesow, BS, JD, is Western Territory Manager for Cascade Canada Material Handling Products. In 1970, he joined Ralph Nader’s Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group (OSPIRG) and served as [...]
This article was originally posted on September 7, 2008, shortly after John McCain announced he had chosen Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. The negative responses emanating from the [...]