Sunday, July 29, 2007
The other night on THE VERDICT with Paula Todd, Diane Francis, editor of The Financial Post, observed that Americans "get it" when it comes to white collar crime while Canadians do not. We know that members of the Canadian Medical Protective Association have been getting away with murder for over a century. They are above the law. Conrad Black is above the law, in Canada, too. I wonder who else is above the law? Certainly those with blue collars are not above the law in Canada. They are members of the underclass, the criminals — straight out of Dickens.