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Was His Death a Suicide, or Murder?

David Kelly (May 14, 1944 – July 17, 2003) At the time of his death, I too wondered why Dr Kelly would take his own life. But little niggles, that I had, got buried along with other issues from that … Continue reading

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COVID-19: It’s Beginning to Feel Like an Experiment

Lab Rat in a Box I’ve mostly stayed out of the conversation, lately, since no one likes to talk about the coronavirus pandemic (irony), now entering into the 2nd wave, according to our Prime Minister. His (nonpolitical) television ‘lecture’ last … Continue reading

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Canada: A House Divided (cannot stand)*

  Wet’suwet’en territory pipeline protests are being being supported by other indigenous groups across Canada. A fire has been lit in the nation’s soul. An attempt to bring together the hereditary chiefs and government officials was met with miscommunication. They … Continue reading

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The Debate: Is Nationalism Fascist?

Isolationist Thinking Debate implies that there are two legitimate sides to every conflict: no right, no wrong. But what if you come up against an ‘enemy’ that chooses to shut down the debate by insisting that any ‘anti’ behaviour is … Continue reading

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Rise Up! Rise Up!

Revolution I think it’s the most natural of instincts. Anarchy is the enemy of Government. People want to be free, to do whatever they want, whenever they want to do it. Those in control want to maintain the right (‘Maintiens … Continue reading

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Gun Control: problem – reaction – solution

Debate In the United States the right to keep and bear arms is enshrined in the 2nd Amendment of their Constitution. This amendment was enacted to ensure that the people would be able to defend themselves in the event of … Continue reading

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