(Con Carmen Lasorella in una foto di qualche anno fa) Quando ero vice presidente news di un canale televisivo di Toronto chiesi un incontro col presidente dell’emittente per chiedergli quanto dovevo offrire a un giornalista che stavo per assumere. La sua risposta fu une delle più importanti lezioni di management mai ricevuta. Mi disse: “Angelo, … Continue reading RAI, stipendi alti? No, bassa qualità
By ANGELO PERSICHILLI PUBLISHED : Monday, July 25, 2016 TORONTO—I wasn’t the only one hooked on watching the Republican Party’s convention in Cleveland last week. Many Conservatives followed the convention and, while the Liberals expressed disgust at the tone of the speeches and surprise at the continued approach of throwing mud (and threats) at their opponents, they … Continue reading Canadian political strategists have little to learn from their U.S. counterparts.
There are the extremists of terror promoting hate and killings to accomplish their goals, and there are the extremists of peace lecturing about tolerance and preaching non-violence at all cost to achieve peace. There is no moral comparison between these two radical groups but, if the first group is the problem, the second is not … Continue reading Stop the bombing to stop terrorists
Politics on the Hill is on holidays, but not politicians. After a few days of rest, probably at the cottage with the family, most of the Members of the Parliament are back in business for Canada Day in their ridings and immediately hitting the bar-b-que circuit. They will shake hands, kiss babies and flip burgers; … Continue reading BBQ CIRCUIT
The Auditor General report heavily criticizing the Immigration Department for not properly preventing and detecting citizenship fraud, it is serious but neither a surprise, nor an indictment against the Immigration and Immigrants. I completely agree with the minister of Immigration and Citizenship, John McCallum, when he says that the vast majority of cases are properly … Continue reading IMMIGRATION MESS