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Cowichan Conversations: ‘The world has turned,’ Stephen Lewis warns future leaders

 

Stephen Lewis is still one of the top orators in the political arena decades after he left electoral politics.

Take a few minutes to listen to some straight talk about the issues following

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Accidental Deliberations: Deep thought

Memo to those commentators perpetually seeking any available excuse to compare Brad Wall to historical leaders: now would be an ideal time to point out his government’s turn toward the Reaganesque. . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Deep thought

Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material to start your week.- Michael Harris argues that it’s long past time for the Trudeau Libs to start living up to their oft-repeated promise of real change – rather than merely slapping a friendlier face on the same old regressive C… . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading.- Lucy Shaddock offers a response to the Institute for Fiscal Studies’ report on poverty and inequality in the UK, while McKinsey finds that hundreds of millions of people in advanced economies are seein… . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Morning Links

The Canadian Progressive: Charlie Sheen reveals he’s HIV-positive: “I accept this condition”

American actor Charlie Sheen revealed Tuesday that he has HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, during an appearance on NBC’s Today Show.

The post Charlie Sheen reveals he’s HIV-positive: “I accept this condition” appeared first on The Canadian Progressive.

Art Threat: Friday Film Pick: Things are Different Now

Ryan Conrad recently pulled his film from the Frameline San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival because the festival, despite a robust budget and years of protest from filmmakers, audiences and activists, continues to accept money from the Israeli consulate. Conrad joins a growing list of artists who are taking a stand in the cultural commons, . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Friday Film Pick: Things are Different Now

Boreal Citizen: Women’s rights, religion and the population crisis

World population has increased from under 1-billion in 1800 to over 7-billion today–that’s just over 200 years. So that’s an extraordinary rate of population increase. If we saw that in any other species, we’d say, “Wow, that species is headed for a crash.” We don’t think that way when we see the human population numbers. . . . → Read More: Boreal Citizen: Women’s rights, religion and the population crisis

Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Assorted content to start your week.- Susan Delacourt comments on what’s often lacking from Canadian political coverage – and the challenge facing journalists looking to stop relying excessively on horse-race numbers which may miss what ultimately moti… . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Roundup

Once again, Saskatchewan’s NDP leadership campaign has focused largely on recent debates and other candidate forums (and I’ll be discussing those individually as I get a chance to view them). And for those interested in immediate coverage of those, Tra… . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Roundup

Montreal Simon: Are the Con Zombies Out of Control?

Damn. Even after studying them for years, I don't think I'll ever really understand the true horror of Stephen Harper and his Con zombies.I know they're an alien right-wing strain. I know they're political thugs who lie all the time. I … . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Are the Con Zombies Out of Control?

Canadian Progressive: Breasts squeezed for charity in Tokyo (VIDEO)

Oh, the things we progressives do in the name of charity! A charity “breast squeeze” orgy took place during the August 27-27 weekend in Tokyo as part of the “Erotica will Save the World“ event. The event, hosted by Japan’s Paradise TV encouraged people to donate money to STOP! AIDS, a charity that promotes awareness, . . . → Read More: Canadian Progressive: Breasts squeezed for charity in Tokyo (VIDEO)

wRanter.com: Slicing through ignorant anti-circumcision rhetoric

FB.Event.subscribe(‘edge.create’, function(response) { _gaq.push([‘_trackEvent’,’SocialSharing’,’Facebook – like button’,unescape(String(response).replace(/\+/g, ” “))]); }); Share this: Every once in a while, the subject of circumcising male newborns and boys rears its ugly head – no pun intended – and the discussion rarely takes long to veer into ethnocentrism, if not outright intolerance. With the best of intentions, . . . → Read More: wRanter.com: Slicing through ignorant anti-circumcision rhetoric

Canadian Progressive World: Activists Target Harper Government At 2012 Int AIDS Conference

Activists angered over funding cuts and regressive government policy protest the Canada exhibit booth

To launch off the AIDS 2012 XIX International AIDS Conference Washington D.C., Canadian and international activists demonstrated at the Canadian exhibition booth this afternoon. The Canadian booth is financed by the Public Health Agency of Canada and is a symbol of . . . → Read More: Canadian Progressive World: Activists Target Harper Government At 2012 Int AIDS Conference