Winston Churchill is credited with an exchange that when adapted illustrates, not only the similarities between prostitution and politics, but current inconsistencies in the popular view of our Canadian government.
Churchill: “Madam, would you sleep with me for five million pounds?” Socialite: “My goodness, Mr. Churchill… Well, I suppose… we would have to discuss . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Sex and the Senate
If your vote is meaningless because it’s only one out of 140 million cast, what does that say about you, the importance of your one life on a planet with 7 billion others? Not to mention the short span of your years compared to the billions that came before it and the billions of years . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Why Your Vote Means Something
When you concentrate the world’s politics in one superpower, extreme polarization is inevitable. The vitriolic partisanship that has only reached record levels in the United States has increased because the country’s influence has.
George Washington hated political parties, he warned they could destroy the nation. In his farewell address in 1796 Washington warned . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Superpowers Have Super-partisanship