Skip navigation


Don't underestimate ordinary folks

From Saturday's Globe and Mail

It's too easy to say the little guy is always jealous of the man at the top ...Read the full article

This conversation is closed

  1. jack manson from winnipeg mb, Canada writes: ChIristie......Poor conrad black....It will not matter whether he is innocent orguilty based on the evidence. The jury will convict him on his wealth, arrogance,vocabulary,and a British lord. The guy hasn't got a chance with a jury of people from Chicago ,probably blue collar union. and a judge which is suspect of being left wing. Maybe the best thing he could do is plead guilty and plead for mercy from the U.S. prosecutours who are trying to make a politcal name for themselves for future elections.

  2. J Simm from Canada writes: The large corporations actually benefit from shareholders inability to read a financial report or respond to proxy votes. Don't you get it? What, are you trying to break it to the public gently? I'm saddened at how 'dumb' we have idea of how to work around this stuff (is NOT rocket science - just presented that way). And at the same time being led to believe our Hells Angels next door neighbours are 'good guys'.....yeah, and 'full-patch' refers to finally learning to sew.....I get it.....

Comments are closed

Thanks for your interest in commenting on this article, however we are no longer accepting submissions. If you would like, you may send a letter to the editor.

Report an abusive comment to our editorial staff


Alert us about this comment

Please let us know if this reader’s comment breaks the editor's rules and is obscene, abusive, threatening, unlawful, harassing, defamatory, profane or racially offensive by selecting the appropriate option to describe the problem.

Do not use this to complain about comments that don’t break the rules, for example those comments that you disagree with or contain spelling errors or multiple postings.

Back to top