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Ken Hanly

Digital Journalist based in Brandon, MB, Canada. Joined on Jun 28, 2009
Expertise in Education, General business news & info, Politics

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I am a retired philosophy professor living in the boondocks of Manitoba Canada with my Filipina wife. I enjoy reading the news and writing articles. Politically I am on the far left of the political spectrum.

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Ken Hanly said:
... competitors such as layoffs, increasing hours, to compete in a capitalist economy over which it has no control.
In News: Op-Ed: Worker-owned co-ops—An alternative to unions v. ‘right to work’
Ken Hanly posted Op-Ed: CIA-linked Haftar will probably sabotage any Libyan peace deal
Ken Hanly posted Op-Ed: Thousands of students protest austerity in Montreal
Ken Hanly said:
... are free not to join but it would be very difficult to create enough opposition to prevent countries from joining.
In News: Op-Ed: What you don't know about the Transpacific Partnership
Ken Hanly said:
... bombing of IS controlled areas in Iraq and Syria. It probably will do no good for the IS to use civilians as shield.
In News: Doctors' group says 1.3 million killed in U.S. 'War on Terror'
Ken Hanly posted Op-Ed: Harper to expand and extend Canada's fight against ISIS
Ken Hanly posted Okinawa governor stops work on U.S. air base
Ken Hanly said:
... the Houthis. Of course one cannot talk this way since external powers that count consider Hadi to still be president.
In News: Yemen leader moved to 'secure location' as rebels advance
Ken Hanly said:
... relations between India and China develop. There are signs that the US is trying to strengthen relations with India.
In News: Op-Ed: Inside China’s silent onslaught on Washington
Ken Hanly said:
... how politicians hack voters brains too.
In News: Researchers hack computers by firing blasts of hot air