Pushed to the Left and Loving It: Why I Am Not Promoting ABC or Strategic Voting This Election. I Will Not Get Fooled Again

So as you know I took some time off from my blog.  I was tired and needed a break, but knew that I’d start up again,  when the election was near. I didn’t blog about any of the leadership races, but did have an opinion. I think the Liberals got it right, but the NDP ...

The Canadian Progressive: Quebec’s Second Largest Union To Campaign Against Harper During 2015 Federal Election

The Confederation of National Trade Unions, Quebec’s second-largest labour federation, will campaign against the Harper during the 2015 federal election. The post Quebec’s Second Largest Union To Campaign Against Harper During 2015 Federal Election appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.

Dead Wild Roses: Q&A – The Australian Broadcasting Corporation – Germaine Greer, Peter Hitchens, Dan Savage, Hanna Rosin

Oh Canada and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation – Listen and watch this – this – is what good public broadcasting is like.  Germaine Greer rocks the Sidney Opera house laying the smack down on Hitchens repeatedly throughout the program.   Q&A is a joy to watch, and a feature that needs to be replicated on the ...

Dead Wild Roses: Quackery Smack Down on the Australian Broadcasting Network

Chiropractors it is your term to take the sauce and see that the woo you peddle is twaddle and dangerous to people.   Filed under: Quackery, Science Tagged: ABC, Chiropractic Woo, Quackery

Dead Wild Roses: Hitchens on Q&A – Slapping down Religious Stupidity

The tatters and gaping imperfections of religion are obvious once you hold the fecal laced tapestry up to the light.  Hitchen’s despite his flaws does a fantastic job of laying bare the feeble nature of religious belief.  Once again, on ABC’s television program Q&A, the tough issues are tackled.   Filed under: Religion Tagged: ABC, ...

somecanuckchick dot com: Canada, we have a problem!

Canada, we have a problem! We have a problem and its name is the Conservative Party of Canada. Sovereignty not the boogeyman it once was. Really, it’s not. If you think it is, then you don’t understand what happened during the last election and why Québec voted the way it did. You want to know ...