Inappropriate Conduct: Mystery of a Disgraced War Correspondent

“I went in behind the lines and emerged as a kind of agent. I went in as a reporter and came out a kind of soldier. I sometimes wish I had never gone in at all.” -Paul Morton War correspondents have long entered combat zoned at great personal risk, determined to capture the conflict for … Continue reading Inappropriate Conduct: Mystery of a Disgraced War Correspondent

REMEMBERING MY GRANDFATHER HENDERSON A WWI VETERAN ON THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WARS ARMISTICE

More than 620,000 men and women served Canada during the 1st World War, an amazing contribution from a population of just eight million citizens. The Canadian Army stationed on the western front in France had a reputation as “shock troops”, soldiers who would carry out the hard fighting and fulfill objectives. (The post below was … Continue reading REMEMBERING MY GRANDFATHER HENDERSON A WWI VETERAN ON THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WARS ARMISTICE

“Inappropriate Conduct” Review

“Inappropriate Conduct: Mystery of a Disgraced War Correspondent,” about World War II Canadian war correspondent Paul Morton, is a fascinating read that I only wish more Americans, whether journalists or historians themselves, knew about. From the opening pages of the book, Canadian author and broadcast journalist Don North makes it his personal mission to educate … Continue reading “Inappropriate Conduct” Review

CANADIANS TO TRUMP ‘NICELY’: WE’LL NOT BE PUSHED AROUND!!!

Canadian-American relations are at a new low following President Trump’s tax levy on Canadian steel and aluminum in the interest of U.S. national security. Washington journalist Don North, a dual Canadian-American citizen who has lived and worked on both sides of the border interviewed friends and reviewed Canadian press to gauge the depth of the … Continue reading CANADIANS TO TRUMP ‘NICELY’: WE’LL NOT BE PUSHED AROUND!!!