Opinion

Letters: week of Aug. 29

Political leaders should keep religion out of politics Sir: Regarding the Aug. 8 article “Councillor and MP Clash,” I see plenty of room for a councillor like Nathan Colquhoun in Sarnia. It is fully appropriate to question the motives of our MP. If she is basing her political decisions on her personal religious beliefs, that… Read more »

OPINION: Our MP and city councillor are both right – and wrong

A recent spat between the local MP and a sitting member of city council is the latest example of why politics and religion don’t mix. Rookie councillor Nathan Colquhoun went on the offensive against Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu, calling the Parliamentarian “an embarrassment to Sarnia and Christianity.” His big beef is with her stance on… Read more »

Letters: week of Aug. 22

Election will hinge on abortion, climate narrative Sir: I expect this upcoming federal election is going to be very interesting where two big issues will take centre stage at candidate debates throughout Canada, including our riding of Sarnia-Lambton. The two issues, is suspect, will be abortion and global warming/carbon tax. Viewing what’s happening in the… Read more »

Letters: week of Aug. 15

Why the politicized global warming movement is a total fraud Sir: The global warming movement is the most extensive and most expensive public relations campaign in the history of the world. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was created to find and disseminate research demonstrating a human impact on global climate, is not… Read more »