Profile of Peter Jackson

Peter Jackson is The Telegram's Commentary Editor. You can reach Peter at pjackson@thetelegram.com

All articles of Peter Jackson

  • The fault is in our stars — the nationalist kind

    We talked a bit about national identity and accents, and how malleable they can be. He was surprised to learn that Irish is not the dominant ...

  • What women need

    Morgan, first elected to the House of Assembly in 1972, served as a minister under Brian Peckford in a number of portfolios, including fisheries. ...

  • Pass the charcuterie; I am not afraid

    Who hasn’t known for a long time that salty, smoky meat is not good for you? The question is, is it as dangerous as smoking, boozing or copying ...

  • We report, you decide … to scream at us

    No news-gathering organization on Earth can ignore the fact that quirky, offbeat and, yes, even sensational angles will often attract more eyes ...

  • Two thumbs up for Danny the fortune teller

    In recent days, however, he’s had good reason to gloat. Williams, who stepped down as premier in 2010, gave an interview to the CBC the other day ...

  • Why I need to get out more

    These days, my wife has to drag me kicking and screaming to live shows. Part of my reluctance stems from poor vision: even if I sit in front, I ...

  • Helping the disabled should come naturally

    But the fuzziness got worse, and started to affect both eyes. Within a few months, I was having trouble reading, making out signs and seeing ...

  • The problem is not Muslims, it’s bigotry

    It is a world rife with hate and insult, full of anonymous trolls who have nothing better to do but lash out at everything they see online.Last ...

  • Candidate’s future goes down the drain

    It can happen anywhere. Driving along the highway, waiting for a class to end, scanning the sidewalk displays — all activities become secondary ...

  • False bias

    That’s about as far as you can get these days when it comes to arguing about Stephen Harper. The facts don’t matter. Perceived bias does.The ...