Tag Archives: Politics

Forgetting How Tyranny Grows

“All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent” – Thomas Jefferson It is kind of a dull grey day here which is very much the way I am feeling right now with a tinge of anger.  I try not to write from the perspective of anger but […]
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Word Whispering

“Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrows questions” – Edgar Cayce I spend a good part of the past week data mining the information sources for my last article, time to kick back…put the feet up by the fireplace…oh damn the cable fireplace is down for the season…oh well. On a dark, rainy and windy evening in […]
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Whispering Words…

“But if thoughts corrupt language, language can also corrupt thought.” – George Orwell 1984 Friday’s confession has to do with a topic dear to my heart, the use of words or the science of semantics.  With the pending BC election people need to start paying attention to what lies below the words (some call this […]
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I’m Coming Back…

“As you remove toxic people from your life, you free up space and emotional energy for positive, healthy relationships” – John Mark Green I thought I was done and was packing up the keyboard.  I was just going to shut the site down, rearrange my life and keep my opinions to myself.  I was feeling […]
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Ms. Leitch Please…

I have been making a real effort to avoid any return to political blogging but this one I can’t let slide. Ms. Leitch please, you went from asking what you referred to as a simple question regarding Canadian values to “enhance a unified Canadian identity“.  Words are powerful and emotive.  From a semantics perspective there […]
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