I will open with a Happy International Women’s Day to all my likeminded readers. However, I’m afraid this is not a pleasant post. I will be talking about many issues facing women today, mainly in Canada.
I found it hilarious that Tasha Kheiriddin, preaching human rights using typical right winged talking points when ‘advising’ . . . → Read More: Let’s Start Commemorating This International Women’s Day by Demanding Justice
Finally, a voice of reason amongst the hysteria of the Quebec election campaign. It is that of Tom Mulcair on Power and Politics with Evan Solomon:
But speaking on CBC News Network’sPower & Politics, Mulcair added, “We shouldn’t be voting on only one issue — we should be looking at the overall offer of . . . → Read More: Thomas Mulcair is Right — Quebec Voters Should Not Base Their Votes on a Single Issue
Aaaarrrrggghhhh!! She blows! La Marois went and did what many were predicting she’d do — she called an election for April 7 — a short campaign at that. Polls seem to indicate that La Marois and the PQ are primed to win a majority. Already many, particularly the Angryphone set are all choking on . . . → Read More: Quebec Election 2014; Not Much to See, But Watch The Fun of Watching Many Diving Into Their Fainting Couches!
Boys n girls, Babs Kay has exposed her betrayal to the sisterhood yet again. This time she contends that the rape culture on university campuses virtually doesn’t exist, or at the very least, is grossly exaggerated. First off, she gives an extremely dumb analogy:
Health-conscious people do not smoke for fear of getting lung . . . → Read More: Babs Kay And Robyn Urback, By Denying a Rape Culture Exists, You’re Actually Contributing to It
Well, boys n girls, Jason Kenney, still feverishly defending 2011 Harpercon election promise of income splitting for wealthier families, now says that it will help “stable” families.
“All of the social research indicates that folks who come from stable families tend to do better in terms of their economic prospects, and income-splitting supports families . . . → Read More: Say What, Jason Kenney?
Boys n girls, leaders of the Harpercon cheerleader has just sunk to new lows today — they printed an attack on a baby boy just born today. I’m not kidding. You see, boys n girls, Justin Trudeau and Sophie Gregoire’s third child was born today, a baby boy they named Hadrian. Yup, they . . . → Read More: Stay Klassy John Ivison And The Nasty Post
…and not a drop to drink.”
I live in a rural area of the Capital Region. Residents are not serviced with water here, you have to figure it out for yourself. I am also a renter, or lessee, thus, not in a position to finance a proper deep well into the aquifer . . . → Read More: “Water, Water Everywhere…