Profile of Martha Muzychka

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  • 32 years of equality for all

    His commentary included this trenchant observation: “Women didn’t get the vote until 1920. That means American democracy is 94 years old. There ...

  • Ukraine: a proud and slightly confusing country

    Unrest is a rather bland word to use in capturing the collapse of a country’s political system, the threat of invasion, and the percolating risk ...

  • Reckless behind the wheel

    When he put it on, its magical powers transformed him from a nine-year-old worthy of respect to an adult somehow deserving verbal abuse offered ...

  • Three cups of tea

    Tea you could make on the spot, by flinging a tea bag into a cup, then pouring boiling water over it. After quickly fishing out the tea bag, you ...

  • Canada Post shocker leaves many questions

    That Canadians, homeowners and businesses alike, were caught off guard is an understatement. Coming one day after the Christmas recess of ...

  • The 5 stages of pre-holiday angst

    An idle question about a play some friends did years ago while in high school led to a query about the five stages of grief (or death and dying) ...

  • Power dressing for women

    The reason for my disbelief was an article that examined critiques of the wardrobe belonging to the prospective nominee to head the U.S. Federal ...

  • Politicians behaving badly

    Don’t get me wrong; I think manners are essential. Politeness is the oil that ensures our social interactions run smoothly: listen while others ...

  • Impaired driving: whose funeral will it be?

    Bishop Desmond Tutu’s observation that the media’s headlines are God’s to-do list notwithstanding, it is still unnerving to read about issues ...

  • Mental illness is not a costume

    Once schools settle into a routine, and the obligatory considerations for Thanksgiving have been put in place, it’s all about dress-up and the ...