‘No one should have to participate in the war if they don’t want to. I’ve been there and I did it. I shouldn’t spend a day in jail.’ JOSHUA KEY, U.S. ARMY DESERTER AND CANADIAN REFUGEE APPLICANT, TALKS TO KATE FILLION ABOUT HOW HE CROSSED THE LINE IN IRAQ
media The other day I was giving a speech in Washington and, in the questions afterwards, the subject of Little Mosque on the Prairie came up. “Muslim is the new gay,” I said. Which got a laugh. “That’s off the record,” I added. “I want a sporting chance of getting home alive.”
The boomers are so late saving for retirement that many of their kids are beginning to save at the same time. But do they expect to be a burden to their children? Of course they don’t, BY CATHY GULLI When baby it boomers comes to have retirement, a thing or two to learn from their children.
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