"Believing without questioning is an insult to the human conscience" - Abhijit Naskar I have purposely been trying to stay politically quiet for the past four weeks while fuming internally. I grew up in Calgary but have had the opportunity to live and work in other areas of our great country Canada. However I continue … Continue reading The Erosion of Rights
DISCLAIMER, THIS IS NOT A POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. NO MONIES OR PARTY SUPPORT IS COMING FOR THIS ARTICLE OR THE ONES TO COME. THEY ARE SIMPLY A CONCERNED CITIZEN ACCESSING THEIR CHARTER RIGHTS OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION. Prime Minister Stephen Harper took a short walk this morning to the Governor Generals home and dropped the writ … Continue reading Canadian Election 2015 – Day 1
I am using this picture done by a close friend of mine to provide a visual example of my point today. I call it "Hidden in the Shadows" for a reason. On the surface it looks very nice and peaceful. However what effect would it have if I gave you details about the person using … Continue reading Hidden in the Shadows
As many of you are aware I moved to Kelowna to assist my aging mother. Life can be pretty complicated at times but especially when you are 87 years old. Lately her health has been declining and she is needing more support service to maximize her independence while staying in her budget. She is, like … Continue reading Are All Politicians Equal?