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In Memoriam – Harriet Nahanee (Tsibeotl) 1935 – 2007

This abusive treatment of these elder women of two races speaks of racist, misogynist, senior-hating rank discrimination that one would typically expect from a government which is in thrall to big business, is primarily motivated by love of money, is … Continue reading

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Harper Breaks Promises, Defies Democracy, Wins Majority

I was just reading an article about Stephen Harper promising to “build trust”—that he will be working continually to do so. I’m thinking to myself (which one can do: Louis Armstrong sang about it in “What a Wonderful World”—at least, … Continue reading

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Fat Cats

“All power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Fat cats (ipso facto) are corrupt. Therefore they are corrupting Canada. *           *            * Fat cats like fish. Something smells fishy in the state of Canada. Help get rid of … Continue reading

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Canadians must not be complacent. Canadians must be vigilant: “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.” Canadians must stand for their rights. *              *                * To read … Continue reading

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Please Vote!

The utterance of “democracy” is a way of saying no to inequality, injustice and coercion.—International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, “Democracy,” Giovanni Sartori, 1968, Retrieved April 13, 2011 from Encyclopedia.com: http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3045000294.html To read the full article, please click on the … Continue reading

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The Tories’ War on Canada’s Poor

Why have Canadians’ attitudes toward the poor remained the same during the past decade? Why are some Canadians still poor-bashing? Is it something to do with the attitude of the federal government toward the poor? The federal government started the … Continue reading

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