Tag Archives: Citizenship

A Doom Loop?

“Simultaneously, the swings in power have imparted the lesson that when you’re down, the best thing to do is demonize the other side, refuse to compromise, wait for public opinion to tack against the party in power and ride the pendulum back to a majority.” Continue reading

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UNDRIP

A calm exposition of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Continue reading

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All or Nothing

Living without hyperventilating. News without hyperventilation. Continue reading

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Government as Usual

Calling all aliens. We need some help down here. Continue reading

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Mint, Anyone?

Where are those annoying twins when you need them? Continue reading

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What John Said

Happy Canada Day – and yes, many more like it. Well, without the physical distancing. Continue reading

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They Also Serve

Milton and me. Who knew? Continue reading

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Classic

They’re not going to cut it out. Continue reading

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Choosing

What we choose, not what media we consume. Continue reading

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