Category Archives: Politics

Zealotry, Devotion, and the Sixth Commandment

Life itself is wondrous and majestic, filled with infinite variety and infinite diversity. It is to be embraced in all its forms. This means exactly what it says. Life is wonderous. Life is majestic. Life is filled with endless variety … Continue reading

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On Social and Political Regression

Everything I write in this blog is a point of view. It is not my intention to recruit anyone to my particular ideology or point of view. It is not my intention to tell people what they should and should … Continue reading

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The Moderate Conservative Ten Commandments

It is not now, nor has it ever been, my intention to preach gospel. I’m not a religious man. I was raised Catholic but the Catholicism never took. I was always too busy asking questions. But an integral part of … Continue reading

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Canadian Identity & The Moderate Conservative Code

During one of his first public statements after being elected as Prime Minister, The Honorable Justin Trudeau famously declared that Canada is the first Post-Nation Nation because we had no coherent national identity of our own and our identity was … Continue reading

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Basic Minimum Income and Free Lunch

It is a truism that the demand for a free good will be infinite. It is also a truism that unrestrained capitalism will result in human flesh being sold on street corners. Much of the last fifty years or so … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Brian Jean and Jason Kenney

Gentlemen: I have watched with rapt interest and growing unease the goings on between the Progressive Conservative Party and the Wildrose Party. Rapt interest because I have the strong sense of history repeating itself, and growing unease because I have … Continue reading

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An Adult Discussion of Mass Shootings and Gun Control – Part 1

I remember when the world used to be a different place.  I remember when pickup trucks with gun racks in the back window were a reasonably commonplace sight, depending on where you lived. Those racks always had at least one … Continue reading

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