Unsurprisingly women suffer under patriarchal religious dogma. We don’t have time for that anymore. Filed under: Religion Tagged: Respect, The DWR Sunday Religious Disservice, Women . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Sunday Religious Disservice – Respect for Women
It depends on how much respect you’re looking for, really. I mean, if you just want your friends, family and neighbours to respect you then it should be pretty easy. From what I can see, your smaller primate groupings here … Continue reading →
Values, discrimination, the Swedish way: all these ideas are in the mix as stakeholders of IKEA’s treatment of workers express how they feel about IKEA’s plan to break its union in Richmond, BC.
We’ve been writing about this new front line in Canada’s war against workers for months now. But the members of Teamsters Local . . . → Read More: Politics, Re-Spun: IKEA: Swedish for Discrimination Against Workers
Ms. Redford’s expectation that the price of oil would stay high (we’re currently hitting a nine-month low for oil), her spending promises be fulfilled, and that a PC government would be a stable choice for Albertans, has fallen flat. She ran on the regular non-Conservative spending sprees — even where doctors and front line workers . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: Ms. Redford’s Fudget-Budget: Not Open, Not Transparent, and Definitely Not What She Promised
I have been going over the arguments I have presented why it is hypocritical for the PQ to want to eliminate religious symbols in public areas, but yet still keep the crucifix. But after much deep consideration I have come to the conclusion that I am wrong.
Because fundamentally is the crucifix itself being in the national assembly a religious statement, and can . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: When Is A Religious Symbol Not Religious?
I have been going over the arguments I have presented why it is hypocritical for the PQ to want to eliminate religious symbols in public areas, but yet still keep the crucifix. But after much deep consideration I have come to the conclus… . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: When Is A Religious Symbol Not Religious?
My Co-blogger says that the fact that the Liberal party walked out in protest to the Conservatives appointment for the auditor-general was outrageous. I think so, but for different reasons. If you look at history many people d… . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: I agree with my Blogger!
Heckling has returned to the House of Commons with a bang. Once again, politicians of all parties engage in this enormously hilarious act! According to Liberal MP Rodger Cuzner, Deepak Obhrai said Mr. Speaker six times in a 30 second period. This allow… . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: Conservative Champions of Wasting Time
We all agree that Ottawa is a great place for cycling, but it is not perfect. Apart from the fact that the City of Ottawa and NCC have to do a better job of completing the system and linking their pathways together there is the problem of a lack of was… . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Most Annoying Thing About Cycling in Ottawa
Yesterday it was reported that Jack Layton has passed away. I may not agree with Layton politically, but he was someone who you just had to admire. he kept running in many elections even though he lost before numerous of times. My best wishes to his fa… . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: Farewell
If there is one thing I agree with the Conservative party it would probably be some of there foreign policy decision. Canada will not go to the The Conference on Disarmament, because North Korea is the chair of the confere… . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: Canada Taking a Stand!
Even though I don’t support Civil Unions, because they aren’t enough Gay people should be given complete marriage rights, but In Rhode Island a bill passed to give civil unions to Gay couples in that state. Now that means that all the new England state… . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: Gay Rights Moving Forwards
A new poll shows that 51% of Americans support recognizing gay marriage in the U.S.A . Now there is no reason that more states should allow Gay Marriage. In 2008 only 44% supported recognizing gay marriage. There will still be problems with legalizing … . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: A Majority Has the Authority!
And now the major state of New York will join the 4 other new England states and the lonely Midwestern state in the equality of all people. Gay people can now marry freely (In a month if you want to technical). This again a very important step in full … . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: 6 Down 44 to Go.