its a hard thing to say, but it’s true. After decades of trying to stop climate change we were unable to do much more then slow it almost imperceptibly. Governments wouldn’t listen, industry confounded our attempts. The Internet gave a handful of misinformed, or worse, paid misinforments, equal footing on issues, regardless of the overwhelming… Read More Green Party:We failed
Well the election is over and the Liberals have a vast majority. Granted it is, by popular vote, less of a mandate then Harper’s majority, but a majority none the less under our first past the post system. How did they get the majority? Was it Justin’s can do attitude? His hair? His campaign? All… Read More Sharp right turn: How the NDP gave the Liberals a majority.
I don’t know how much time I have to record this, but someone needs to know why I’m dead. My name is Ian Mayo. I am, or at least was a major crimes investigator for the city. Two years ago a man named Jeff Steward went to work with two pistols and changed my life,… Read More Neon rage – short story-Fiction
So I already wrote on C-24 and its suppression of rights. The fact that rights are rights, not privileges. While they can be legally suppressed in certain cases, such as war or prison, they cannot be revoked. To do so eliminates the very definition of rights and makes them, as Prime Minister Harper and his… Read More Monsters under the bed.