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Toronto Blue Jays’ Dustin McGowan roughed up in ugly loss to Baltimore Orioles

sports.nationalpost.com — TORONTO - The wind may have helped him in Baltimore. The cold may have hindered him in Minnesota. Neither factor prevailed on his home field, but Dustin McGowan left early again, amplifying concerns about whether he can make it as a starting pitcher.
How long will the McGowan experiment last? The pitcher’s own comments raise some doubts. #BlueJays game story: sports.nationalpost.com/2014/04/23/tor…

Peter Foster: Socialism’s die-hard true believers

fullcomment.nationalpost.com — The crumbling of the Soviet Union coincided with the 1990 bicentennial of the death of Adam Smith. To celebrate the latter occasion, there had been an exhibition and conference in Edinburgh. Its attendees included a gaggle of Nobel laureates in economics. Other laureates sent academic papers to be read for them.

Saskatoon man angrily throws tarp over public art that consists of two large bundles of garbage

news.nationalpost.com — After months of simmering tension over a $4,300 piece of public art that is literally two bales of shrink-wrapped household waste, the residents of Northwest Saskatoon awoke this week to find that it had been wrapped in black plastic and affixed with a sign reading "our tax dollars are for keeping garbage OFF the streets."
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Did the NHL deploy the wrong ref for Canadiens vs. Lightning game? Ron MacLean raised a perfectly fair question

sports.nationalpost.com — One of the happy side effects of the Rogers Sportsnet takeover of most of the meaningful hockey television in Canada for the next 12 years is that it is not the CBC.
Greatness from @rcamcole (The Franchise): Did NHL deploy wrong ref for Habs/Lightning game? Maybe. natpo.st/1lGSIum via @nationalpost

Matt Gurney: Rob Ford enables the gravy train

fullcomment.nationalpost.com — The Toronto Community Housing Corporation has long been a disaster. The agency, owned by the City of Toronto, manages the affordable housing units provided to many thousands of city residents. But it is plagued by problems - lack of accountability, rundown units, and, according to many residents, distant and aloof management, unresponsive to legitimate problems within the agency.

National Post Sessions: The Trews perform a bare-bones What’s Fair Is Fair

arts.nationalpost.com — NP Sessions We take musicians off the airwaves and into our studios for National Post Sessions, which features stripped-down takes on your favourite hits and unplugged versions of your new favourite songs. Click here to see the series!
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ww2.nationalpost.com — Matt Gurney: Rob Ford enables the gravy train Matt GurneyWednesday, Apr. 23, 2014 THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young The Toronto Community Housing Corporation has long been a disaster. The agency, owned by the City of Toronto, manages the affordable housing units provided to many thousands of city residents.
RT @TOMayorFrod: Why are we paying millions to all these columnists like @mattgurney when @joe_warmington can do it himself? bit.ly/1nGU5KP #TOpoli

Avril Lavigne slammed for ‘offensively racist’ Hello Kitty music video

arts.nationalpost.com — The critics are pouncing on Avril Lavigne. The Canadian singer's latest music video, for single Hello Kitty, has been met with almost universal scorn, with the four-minute long clip decried by critics as everything from lazy and embarrassing to "the worst thing you'll watch all week."
Spectacular headline. RT @nparts: Avril Lavigne slammed for ‘offensively racist’ Hello Kitty music video natpo.st/1hjJAw2

John Carpay: University of Calgary’s war on free speech

fullcomment.nationalpost.com — The University of Calgary claims its mission is "to seek truth and disseminate knowledge" but this self-described "place of education and scholarly inquiry" has now had three court judgments rendered against it in the past four years, all of them involving freedom of expression.