Monthly Archives: December 2012

Why Deal with the Whole When We Can Play Them Against Each Other

  I have been watching the growth of the Idle No More movement over the past week and it has really driven home one of my long time sentiments regarding silo thinking within government.  To make matters worse too many … Continue reading

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Please Don’t Try to Help Me!

I was recently out for supper with a pleasant well educated couple whose company I have always enjoyed.  As usual, with me, the conversation did drift around to politics.  The issue of right/left came up a number of times however … Continue reading

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Dismantling Democracy

I wrote an introduction yesterday defining the difference, from my perspective, between politics and democracy.  Considering the current federal court case involving robo-calls and potential electoral fraud I would like to put more detail into democracy.  I find it difficult … Continue reading

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Democracy versus Politics

I have often seen democracy defined as: “a form of government in which the people freely govern themselves; where the executive (or administrative) and law-making (or legislative) power is given to persons chosen by the population; the free people”. Politics, … Continue reading

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