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Ken Hanly

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

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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 posted Car bomb targets U.S. consulate in Erbil Iraq
Ken Hanly said:
... Inky Mark has been a tireless and popular representative for his constituents,” he said in an Aug. 17 statement. ."
In News: Op-Ed: Harper government privatizing Canadian Wheat Board
Ken Hanly posted Op-Ed: Harper government privatizing Canadian Wheat Board
Ken Hanly posted Op-Ed: CIA-linked Libyan armed forces head General Haftar is untouchable
Ken Hanly posted Op-Ed: UN imposes sanctions on Houthis but Yemen conflict continues
Ken Hanly posted Standard and Poor downgrades Greece's credit rating further
Ken Hanly said:
... And of course Mark Carney the former head of our central bank is now heading your central bank.
In News: Bank of Canada leaves lending rate at 0.75 per cent
Ken Hanly posted Bank of Canada leaves lending rate at 0.75 per cent
Ken Hanly said:
... to read pages of certain news sites that there is always a pop up first asking for a subscription or to register etc.
In News: Op-Ed: The onslaught of ad blockers is killing websites and the Internet