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Monthly Archive for March, 2016

I find myself in a pissing match with Dr. Andrew Weaver, leader ot the BC Green Party. It occurred over this week’s column in the Common Sense Canadian, printed below. Dr. Weaver’s fulsome complaints can be found on Facebook. The column is about the Energy Policy of the Green Party and was prompted by Weaver […]

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It being just over a year until the next provincial election I fret that people really have no choice.  The government is bloody awful and the opposition is scarcely a government in waiting and a lousy opposition to boot – what to do? What about a new party “coming up the middle”,  something that pundits […]

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New World Encyclopedia definition: Civil disobedience encompasses the active refusal to obey certain laws, demands, and commands of a government or of an occupying power without resorting to physical violence. Based on the position that laws can be unjust, and that there are human rights that supersede such laws, civil disobedience developed in an effort […]

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Dear John Horgan, I hate to say this, but I told you so, and the flock of chickens I promised have now come home to roost. Many months ago I took you to task for supporting LNG without reservation. I told you that by doing this you had prevented your party from questioning each and […]

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Presumption of innocence

A response to Further separation of enforcement and judicial powers needed, by Ian Mulgrew, Vancouver Sun, March 4, 2016 Hi Ian… Once more I arrive on your doorstep singing praises. It is long overdue that someone examined the summary process we have adopted for drinking and driving offenses. It became so politically incorrect to raise […]

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