Short Answer: Its cheaper than paying for cable and watching the Kardashians. Long Answer: You know the old addage that the US sneezes and Canada catches the cold? That is essentially it. The US economy is so big, and so global, that even local politics have a way of having ramifications outside of the US. […]

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The idea that a job position is yours for life should only ever apply to parenthood short of “impeachment”. The current state of affairs in the US, as to packing the suprieme court in retaliation for stacking the bench with people who may or may not be qualified, could be easily solved if the initial […]

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Obviously at this point there is no one that hasn’t heard of the coronavirus problem plaguing the world. One of the key considerations that has resulted in issues of social distancing is the impact on the medical system. While many people under 40 seem to be of the opinion “well, I don’t have an underlying […]

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As reported just recently, Andrew Scheer is resigning as leader of the Conservative Party. For those that know me, I’m what is referred to as a small ‘c’ conservative. In some ways very extreme in my views but also someone who takes queues from all political ideologies, not just restricted to one party or another.  […]

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Herein is the essential conundrum: if you are pro-choice then you are supporting the conservative value that people should be in charge of their own destiny (small government, more private oversight). If you are pro-life, then you are supporting the liberal value that the state should have the right to interfer with your choices where […]

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I don’t know what is worse. The political correctness of today’s culture that requires people to apologize for things done in the distant past or people who actually apologize for these things. There are two different aspects to this problem that bother me Different Time – Different World View If a decision outcome would be […]

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