By ANGELO PERSICHILLI The Hill Times (May 29, 2017) While writing this column, Conservatives were still looking for a new leader. Nonetheless, it doesn’t matter who is going to be the successor of Stephen Harper at the helm federal official opposition party. Personally, I believe that Maxime Bernier would be the best candidate to challenge … Continue reading Between form and substance
By ANGELO PERSICHILLI The Hill Times (May 22, 2017) Is Pope Francis supporting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro? While this question is not debated in the international mainstream media, the role of the Vatican in Venezuela is widely criticized in social media, the only tool in the hands of the opposition to Maduro’s regime to inform … Continue reading Is the Pope turning blind eye to a brutal regime?
There are no Bernsteins or Woodwards among today's journalists capable of taking down a U.S. presidency By ANGELO PERSICHILLI The Hill Times (May 15, 2017) “In Firing Comey, Did Trump Unleash the Next Deep Throat?” This question was the headline of a story last week on The New York Times. Since Donald Trump’s victory last year, … Continue reading No Watergate in Trump’s White House
By ANGELO PERSICHILLI The Hill Times (May 8, 2017) If you are not an immigrant, it is hard to understand it. I call it the Colombo's syndrome. For many of us, whatever level of success accomplished in Canada, is not completely enjoyed if not shared with the people and places of our roots. Some … Continue reading Between stupidity and vanity
Angelo Persichilli The Hill Times (May 1st 2917) To say Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s leadership is in trouble is an understatement. However, to say that she will lose the next election is premature. The face of success or failure is the face of the leader, but the leader is not necessarily responsible for either. Many … Continue reading Wynne’s resignation not only option to win again