Ferdinand (Bongbong) Marcos Jr. didn’t just win the presidential election in the Philippines this week. He won it by a two-to-one landslide, despite being the extremely entitled son of a former president who stole at least $10 billion and a mother who spent the loot partly on the world’s most extensive collection of designer shoes (3,000 pairs). Read More
Homelessness is not only a public health crisis, but a human rights violation.
Though ageism affects all older adults, women are subject to the greatest discrimination
If you google the term “pure blood,” you might stumble upon a subreddit about Voldemort’s obsession with wizarding lineage, a South African horror film about pro-Apartheid vampires, or a dating site for anti-vaxxers with “untainted” blood. One of these is not fiction. There are now multiple dating apps catering exclusively to unvaccinated singles. When it […]
If you are a democratically elected leader in one of Africa’s Sahel countries – let’s say, Niger – and you suspect the army is plotting to overthrow you, what’s the best counter-measure?
It is a tragedy, but it is not a genocide.
It’s refreshing to hear Premier Doug Ford’s government announcing mandatory new mental health resources to shore up the Ontario health and physical education curriculum.