It is a natural and therefore forgivable conclusion of human nature that anyone who makes one penny more than oneself is overpaid, and any public servant who fits that category should be stripped, whipped and relieved of all his ill gotten gains. “I always knew there was something about that (teacher, auditor, nurse, cop, bridge inspector, social worker, coach, etc.) I didn’t like,” goes the grumble. “They make too much money and they need their wings trimmed.” People will be discussing the $100K Club for a while, but be careful not to turn it into a political issue.
These simply were wins Homan needed. Skip Erika Brown of Madison, Wis., may only be 1 2, but she hung in there with Swedish powerhouse Margaretha Sigfridsson before giving up three in the eighth and falling 9 8 Sunday. Brown, who lives in Oakville, won the only game she has played against Homan, prevailing 6 5 in 2010 at the Manitoba Lotteries Women’s Curling Classic.
I know. I know. The Kathleen Wynne government does have a plan. So Virginia, it really is OK if your Market Value falls in a weak stock market or in the face of higher interest rates. The important thing is to understand why it happened. If it a surprise, then you don really understand what is in your portfolio.
One good ship leads to another. The news about the new lieutenant commander led to this story. During the Second World War, the Sault had a ship named for the city. Yes, we’ll be exploring questions about gender, race, and Black women’s experiences . And in ways that reflect productively on the experiences and perspectives of people of any gender, any ethnicity. And it’s what you and your classmates bring to the table that determines how our questions are shaped and what we take away from our exploration. What might Black feminist perspectives teach us about what it means to be American, to be human, to be a citizen of this planet? Why are Black women’s perspectives so vital to any comprehensive understanding of the world we live in, our past, and our future as a people? How might this knowledge relate to other courses you’ve taken and help you to forge connections across disciplines and enrich your own course of study in your academic major? Come find out! Interesting reading and lively discussion guaranteed.
The grandson of French Canadian immigrants, LeClerc grew up in Bayside, Queens. After graduating from the College of the Holy Cross, he spent a year at the Sorbonne and finished his graduate work at Columbia. He taught at Schenectady’s Union College from 1966 to 1979, chairing the Department of Modern Languages and Division of Humanities.