Geoff's Editorials from
The Kingston Whig-Standard
"Axis of Evil": A Problematic Phrase
"Rockford Files" Now Exclude Free Speech
The Journey from Memphis 1968 to Baghdad 2003
The Unintended Consequences of War
If I Run For Mayor...
Ryan? Malcolm? Canadian Idle?
Weapons of Math Instruction
Is Bush the Boy Who Cried Wolf?
From Lenin to Lennon: Havana A Model of Diversity, Challenge, and Hope
The U.S. and Iraq: Destroying A Country To Save It
Abused Iraqis Caught In Their Own Reality Show
U.S. Hoop Dreams Expire In Free Market
Kerry Plays Hamlet As Iraq Burns
Bush Is Running Scared -- And He Should Be
Kerry To Vanquish Bush In Critical Election
The Neofascist Future of the Bush Presidency
It's Getting Harder To Love Sport
Published in the
, March 2005.
Yup, It's Spring In Kingston
Monkey Business and Democracy
Fear and Loathing in the National Security State
Watergate's Deep Throat Surfaces At Last
Old Adage For A New Century: Be Sure To Wash Your Hands
Queen's School of Business: Survival of the Slickest?
Caught in the Iraq Sand Trap
Might New Orleans Prove Bush's Waterloo?
When Friendly Skies Turn Feeble: Even John Wayne Couldn’t Make Flying On The Beechcraft 1900D An Uplifting Experience
Racism Hasn't Been Struck Out; Jackie Robinson Integrated Baseball 60 Years Ago, But The Sports Playing Field Still Isn't Level
Studying the spirit of the '60s; Why scholars are gathered at Queen's to examine a period of violence, hope and protest
Smith on the strip (or, Baghdad on the Cataraqui)
Forest's piscatorial challenge
How to tame the big party: Stop accepting white males at Queen's for a decade
Clergy's sacred and profane
Big pharma's seductive pitch
The American heart seems ready for change; Barack Obama is the best hope to deliver it
Will McCain be the tortoise to the Democratic hare?
It's the Iraq war, stupid: That sucking sound you're hearing is the U.S. economy going down the drain
What are we fighting for? Each time a Canadian soldier dies, the same uncomfortable questions recur
Queen's and its clans: With so many groups on campus, new principal has his hands full
America's bright new day
Letters to the Editor
May 3, 2002: Bingo!
April 8, 2004: Bush's Accomplishments
January 12, 2005: Man of the Year
July 20, 2005: Bush Remaking Things
August 26, 2005: Intelligent Design...?!
September 13, 2005: He Bugs Us Still
November 3, 2005: Education Supplement
December 10, 2005: Irony and Silence
March 30, 2006: Blatchford and "Human Interest"
April 8, 2006: Wente and Wong
April 26, 2006: Flags and Coffins
May 2, 2006: A Culture of Whiteness?
May 9, 2006: Steve Nash
June 7 2006: Fear Factor
June 29, 2006: Snaggle-Toothed Boon
May 2, 2007: Sex and Politics
December 28, 2007: Message to Harper
February 1, 2008: Flight into Fury
March 27, 2008: Mayor Rosen's Edifice Complex
April 10, 2008: Hegemony, East and West
July 10, 2008: A Field Goal, Maybe?
August 1, 2008: Danny Williams, Eddy Campbell, and the Icebergs
September 5, 2008: Not The Nation's Business
September 10, 2008: Image, By Any Other Look
October 2, 2008: Sarah Palin's Eyesight
October 2, 2008: Martial Law Would Solve Problem
October 15, 2008: The Road to Anywhere
October 25: 2008: Insight From Inside
December 9, 2008: Fickle fingers, Philistines
December 29, 2008: Irish sports page
January 24, 2009: This Labour Fiasco
January 30, 2009: He Shoots, He Scorns?
February 17, 2009: What's It All About, Alfie?
March 18, 2009: Faith in Ignorance
April 20, 2009: A Tax on Ignorance
July 31, 2009: Sticks, Stones and Human Rights
October 29, 2009: Cash Cows and the World Series
December 11, 2009: Imagination Can't Keep Pace
December 29, 2009: Up In The Air
January 4, 2010: The Razor of Paranoia
February 11, 2010: Swimming with the Fishes
April 14, 2010: The Guergis-Jaffer Affair
August 13, 2010: Take It to the Bank
September 2, 2010: A Mighty Wind
December 30, 2010: The Colour Red
May 21, 2011: Lines in the Sand
June 18, 2011: The Morning After
October 12, 2011: Grim Reaper Tax
October 26, 2011: But Seriously, Folks
November 30, 2011: Little Bones
December 11, 2011: Another Fine Mess
January 5, 2012: The (Republican) Circus
April 10, 2012: Blubbering Bubba
June 27, 2012: Evil's Elements
August 14, 2012: Paths of Power
September 21, 2012: Canada's Great Loss
February 26, 2013: Shaken, Not Stirred
March 2, 2013: I Am Not A Pope
April 2, 2013: Dog Days of April
May 16. 2013: Think About It
July 17, 2013: Same Old, Same New
August 10, 2013: Baseball's Drug Scandal
December 7, 2013: North Pole? Already taken
June 1, 2015: FIFA World
Speaking Out For Free Speech
Free Speech Isn't Free
Anti-war march lacks student presence
To Improve Queen's?! Preposterous!
A matter of principal grips Queen’s
U. S. VP candidate's great-great-grandfather was born in Kingston
Military, Queen's 'have nothing in common': retired prof
It has happened here: Let's not fool ourselves that the Penn State pedophilia scandal is an exclusively U.S. phenomenon
Globe and Mail, Nov 19 2013: Fifty years after JFK's assassination, conspiracy goes mainstream
Globe and Mail, April 4 2014: Trigger warnings: the latest threat to academic freedom
Globe and Mail, May 27 2014: Making sense of the senseless
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