Category Archives: Politics
TDL posts that the Russian’s have crossed from Russia into the Crimea in numbers. He also notes that the West is wringing their hands most spectacularly about this action and will write a strongly worded note to Putin telling him … Continue reading
Way back here I wrote a post regarding the precedent that the action of the US and the West had set in wrenching Kosovo from Serbia, altering national boundaries for political expediency and to settle grudges, to show Russia just … Continue reading
I read this article by Kurtis Larson in the Edmonton Sun today and it made me appreciate the double standards used by those who want to get their way no matter the harm it does. Larson is berated by many … Continue reading
Chris Alexander was once a decent person who did good and was appreciated because of it After a few years as a Harper henchman he has changed drastically in appearance and this has become more apparent recently, as he tries … Continue reading
Kant’s Categorical Imperative – Stephen Harper and his Seals would do well to keep this in mind when creating legislation.
Well that and the law. Kant’s categorical imperative basically put is: “Treat everyone as an end in themselves and not as a means to an end.” And “A person should only act if that act is one that should become … Continue reading
Pollievre in action – An election reform bill that really just changes the law to make once illegal activities, legal?
Politicians rarely commit crimes and that is because they have the power to convert actions that were once criminal in nature into legal activities. Minister responsible for State Secrecy and reducing accountability Pollievre’s new bill appears to do just that: … Continue reading
I know that any criticism of the Israeli state and its actions is now grounds for being called an anti-Semite by the lunatics that have stolen the once proud monicker, Conservative, but would one of those clowns please explain how … Continue reading
Democracy dies just a little more in Canada – Scheer will ensure no awkward questions are put to his boss – but will let his boss continue to ignore those that do get through.
Andrew Scheer has repeatedly shown that he is Harper’s poodle in the HoC in the past and has been criticised for not ensuring that the ideologues on the government’s benches actually answer the questions put to them. Now apparently he … Continue reading
So Stephen Poloz is the genius who has decided that for every ten dollars I earned yesterday, I in fact really only have nine now. Tell me… how is this any different than if a guy had held me up … Continue reading
BDS is not my thing as I reckon it would be counter productive and would lead to an entrenched intractable position on both sides where meaningful discourse would become impossible. It is not the same as the sports boycott of … Continue reading