“Reporters should certainly use their judgement when dealing with potentially traumatized individuals to ensure an interviewee understands the implications of the interview... ‘What are you thinking?’ may not be the most elegant question in journalism.”
— Esther Enkin
January 17, 2017
Ladies and gentlemen, I am from Cape Breton.
I know too well the narrative of the Dominion Steel & Coal Company and the company store. And so on, and so forth.
I am well versed in the purpose, the utility and the necessity of a strong union. No lectures are required. I’ll pass on the lectures, thanks very much.
At Frankland Presstime, the militancy of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union has taught hard-pressed Nova Scotia taxpayers a great deal.
We have learned that the arrogance of teachers far outstrips the arrogance of doctors, who, up until this point at least have been carrying the banner of self-importance and braggadocio.
Greenfield Elementary School at 25 James Street, New Waterford, became a national disgrace laughing stock when on Monday morning, December 19, 2016, The Three Stooges forced Santa Claus out of the publicly owned school.
This is the Greenfield Elementary line-up from the fiscal year 2015-16. Do note the very meagre, near subsistence wage of these poor bastards from the NSTU.
Jesus H. Christ, I’m surprised they didn’t just jump Santa at the door. Strip him of his fur from head to foot, throw him into a big pot, then take him back to the Greenfield Teachers’ Room to eat him.
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