All week Bob Stauffer of Oilers Now has been hitting on an interesting theme about which of the Edmonton’s Oilers big, burly wingers, Milan Lucic or Patrick Maroon, is better, and whether or not the Oilers can sign up Maroon, an unrestricted free agent in July. But, in fact, there’s no choice between Maroon and Lucic,Maroon has been the better player for the Oilers, and it’s not that close.
Jordan Peterson Postmedia We should welcome home controversial professor Jordan Peterson, not snub him as the Citadel Theatre has done.While many take issues with Peterson’s ideas, there’s no denying he’s a highly learned, articulate and deep thinker who has earned a huge international audience for his promotion and protection of conservative and classical liberal values.Peterson, 55, is a clinical psychologist, former Harvard associate professor and current University of Toronto professor....
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@Mr_JJT@abdulmajidAH I've never once read Breitbart.
Whatever reasons you want to support the Citadel's decision to axe Peterson's contract based on ideological decisions, well, good on you.
I could not sleep at night if I supported such bigotry myself.
@stompinstoms@mcmeans80@jordanbpeterson They were indeed.
They had every right to do so.
But we all pay dearly when we express ourselves crudely, stupidly and as bigots. So now the Citadel pays of its ideological prejudice.
@mcmeans80@stompinstoms@jordanbpeterson Fair enough. What they say is everything was signed, sealed and they had Peterson's deposit, but decided not to cash it when they decided to axe the show on ideological grounds.
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