The Tragically Hip is a great tide that has enveloped our country for three decades, and now we witness that tide begin to recede: first in Victoria, then Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, London, Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa, and finally, Kingston, Ont.
Never mind a week. For Donald Trump, a few seconds in politics can be a dangerously long time. Less than three months before Americans go to the polls, as Republican campaigners wait with dread for his next verbalized brain cramp, the party’s nominee keeps showing the speed and ease with which he can demolish all effort to make him seem credible.
“Why should I tell you my story? I told it before and no one came to help.” Zinab, a 31-year-old Yazidi, was captured by Islamic State in Kocho, a village in Kurdistan, Iraq, on Aug. 3, 2014. That was the day the terror group invaded the ancient Yazidi homeland and began a reign of terror.
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