A Puff of Absurdity: Eco-Hypocrites: Flights of the Anti-Flyers

I was just contemplating this very idea when I came across this NYTimes Op Ed on hypocrisy. Likely I’m not the only one in this position of explaining away, or coming to terms with, behaviour very contrary to my ethics. I’ve written before that nobody should board an aircraft for a luxury trip, and then I took ...

A Puff of Absurdity: On Our Right to Choose

I understand gender identity and sexual orientation both as potentially fluid. It’s not the case that they can be made to change, so we still need to ban straightenating camps and the like, but that they can sometimes evolve over time. Or, if they’re rigid, then it might be the case that our self-awareness evolves ...

A Puff of Absurdity: On Our Right to Choose

I understand gender identity and sexual orientation both as potentially fluid. It’s not the case that they can be made to change, so we still need to ban straightenating camps and the like, but that they can sometimes evolve over time. Or, if they’re rigid, then it might be the case that our self-awareness evolves ...

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: #BlueDot Tour in Regina

David Suzuki came to town last night with musical and other intelligent guests on the stage. They gathered a crowd in the Centre of the Arts to show public support for a constitutional amendment, giving air and water protections like 110 other countries have already done. The method set forth is to get City (and ...

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: To Be Fair

What’s “fair” in politics. Is is necessary to do everything you’ll say you do, and nothing of what you say you won’t and don’t like? A clear cut answer would be, “Yes.” Politics is not clear cut, unfortunately, because it is the process of determining power, and who holds it legitimately. Along anyone’s life, there ...