The right-wing revolution that began with Margaret Thatcher has left Canada with two legacies. The first change was to the sissy notion that war is bad. The second legacy is the widespread hatred of taxes.
Stephen Leacock defined a sportsman as “a man who, every now and then, simply has to get out and kill something.” Perhaps homo sapiens sapiens is a species that feels similarly about killing on a larger scale.
Arthur Milner is a playwright and theatre director. His most recent play, Getting to Room Temperature, is a hard-hitting, sentimental and funny one-person play about death and assisted dying. Facts, a murder mystery set... Read More