“Literally” the Best Blog Post about Politicians’ Grammatical Errors

Jenny Mutton The grandstanding of politicians can result in all the famous speeches that we cite to prove the importance of rhetoric  (e.g. John F Kennedy’s“Ask not what your country can do for you,” and Winston Churchill’s’ “We shall fight on the beaches,” and Abraham Lincoln’s “Four score and seven years ago”). It can also result in displays […]

The Political Debate Around “The Middle Class” is Far From Classy

Jennifer Mutton “The Liberal Party, alone, is fighting for middle-class Canadians.” (John McCallum, Liberal, 2015) “Despite the NDP and the Liberals who have positioned themselves against middle-class families, I am proud that our government is giving money back to each and every family with children in Canada.” (Rob Clarke, Conservative, 2015) “I am concerned that the […]