Daniel Faucher

Daniel Faucher is from Montreal. He has been associated with the university milieu for many years. No, he is not a professor, nor a journalist.  He is currently working as a middle manager for a large IT unit, in a university. As simple as that. Each one has his own mission.

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The circus is in town!

“Trump is the PT Barnum of politics”.  This remarkable quote is from John Dean, who was a  senior advisor under Richard Nixon during the Watergate period. Dean was reacting to the idea of having people waiting in line more than 6 hours before the start of a Trump rally in Erie Pennsylvania a couple weeks …

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Elizabeth Warren and the blood connection

I am a fan of Elizabeth Warren. Lets’ be clear on that.  She is a straight shooter, she  has a social democratic agenda  and she is also a liberal. In a video published recently on her Twitter account ,  she tries to sent the record straight concerning her Native American ancestry.   Her imperturbable calm and …

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Scary Time for Boys

This is a brillant video . Period. A nice parody and a nice song.  The perfect answer to the #himtoo movement. In reaction with to the comment made by Trump POTUS which expressed the idea that time were tough for boys following what went through with e Kavanaugh hearings.  Scary times for boys? Really?  

London Mayor Sadiq Khan reads some of the racist comments he receives

The Mayor of London read out some of the racist online abuse he receives. Published from the BBC on March 13, 2018. Poweful.

Megyn Kelly speaks out against Fox News and Bill O’Reilly

Megyn Kelly spoke out loud and clear this morning during her show Today on NBC.  She told her audience that she did complained to Fox News about Bill O’Reilly’s behavior, in response to the recent O’Reilly’s denial following the article published in the NY Times concerning the $32 million dollars settlement for sexual harassment involving …

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President Donald Trump Travel Ban Decision Preceded US Niger Exposure

I am a big fan of Rachel Maddow. I am not shy about that. That said, her introduction segment last night on MSNBC was absolutely outstanding, even for a convert like me who watch her show on a daily basis. In 20 minutes, Maddow, like a university teacher,  was able to explain why there are …

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Hopeful

Depressing week. The blockbuster Weinstein story is a spectacular meltdown for this disgusting class of individuals who think that they are above the law simply because they are men, rich, famous, and reign over an empire. That said, it is rather depressing to see how the right in the US is recuperating this story. Namely …

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Pray

You are in our thoughts and prayers. This reminds me the time when I was a kid, and asked in entrusting to God, in prayer, whenever confronted with adversity or an insurmountable obstacle. It was a convenient way of avoiding the problem, without having the obligation to provide answers or propose solutions. There is nothing …

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The rigged deal

Last March I was writing on my blog that «the Trump movement should be seen as an anarchist movement, whereas political institutions are to be destroyed and replaced by nothingness”. Nine months later, as the presidential campaign is ending in a chaos filled with its load of insults and hateful rants, the anarchist movement is …

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Enough!

Ça suffit. It is offensive to hear the pathetic and irresponsible comments from politicians following the recent wave of terrorist attacks in Europe. Like those from Marine Le Pen who told recently to a Canadian journalist that the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris would never had occurred on her watch. Or those from Donald …

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