Part Three: Horse Sense & Government Nonsense

July 30, 2012 9:02 am
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Public-Private Partnerships Are Not Subsidies: The Ontario government’s decision to end the Slots at Racetracks Program has a detrimental effect for Ontario’s vibrant horseracing and equine industries.

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Part Two: Horse Sense & Government Nonsense

July 27, 2012 4:43 pm
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Public-Private Partnerships Are Not Subsidies: The Ontario government’s decision to end the Slots at Racetracks Program has a detrimental effect for Ontario’s vibrant horseracing and equine industries.

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Part One: Horse Sense & Government Nonsense

July 26, 2012 4:34 pm
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Public-Private Partnerships Are Not Subsidies: The Ontario government’s decision to end the Slots at Racetracks Program has a detrimental effect for Ontario’s vibrant horseracing and equine industries.

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“Changing the Conversation”: Campaign Distractions on the Road to the White House

July 23, 2012 9:00 am
Don Draper

“If you don’t like what is being said, change the conversation.” Last week’s coverage of the American presidential campaign shows that both Democrat and Republican political operatives are attempting to use this dictum to reframe the November election into a discussion about anything except the issues that threaten the United States of America.

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Disabilities in Public Life

July 9, 2012 4:01 pm
President Kennedy in a rare 1961 photograph

American presidents and other high-profile public figures have gone to great lengths to hide their health problems from the public in the fear that being handicapped or ill could translate into a political drawback on election day or an unfavorable perception in the court of public opinion.

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Welcome to Rowdy Beach! Bay of Constance Sorrow: Frustrated Residents, Powerless Police and Drunks on the Beach

July 3, 2012 4:00 pm
Constance Bay 8

Point Beach is privately owned. Underaged youth freely consume alcohol, smoke, litter and party like it’s 1999. Dogs run free off their leashes. “Effing” is a word often heard here.

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