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Vaccination vs. Evolution
Modern vaccination campaigns run counter to human evolutionary salvation. Weaker members of the gene pool make human survival increasingly more expensive and risky for everybody else. [read more]
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The Temporary Foreign Worker Program and labour solidarity
Yesterday, I took a look at the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) and how it helps enforce labour discipline on all workers, and low-wage workers in particular. Today, I want to explore the migration side of the migrant worker equation. … Continue reading → [read more]
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Never Again? Jews over 16 in Ukraine told to register or be deported!
Surprised? We're not as worldwide hate seems to be on the rise and not the decline! [read more]
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140 Law - Legal Headlines for Thursday, April 17, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Thursday, April 17, 2014:  A Star Quarterback Accused, and a Flawed Rape InvestigationCalling All Innovative Lawyers, Law Firms and Other Legal Service Providers!  Lisi drops appeal in death threat conviction - The Globe and Mail N.D. law banning most abortions tossed  Clear offer of employment needed to argue mitigation Deloitte appeals Livent compensation ruling - The Globe and Mail RCMP decision on Mike Duffy charges expec ... [read more]
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Jim Flaherty, RIP
Jim Flaherty, Canada's 37th Finance Minister. [read more]
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#Motion503: The Problem with Cusanelli
Allow me, for a moment, to rant. If you’ve been watching this blog, or twitter, or any major newspaper or television broadcast, you may have heard of Motion 503, a private members motion that was moved April 7th by Liberal Education Critic Kent Hehr. Between a petition on his party’s website gathering more than 1,300 signatures, a twitter storm, forty or more […] [read more]
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A look at Quebec Politics
My friend, Mat Vaillancourt, asked me to post his reflections on my blog, so I did. [read more]
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Rebuilding ‘science team’ at ELA a tough task
Getting the team back together at the Experimental Lakes Area may be tougher than saving the project itself. When Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced on May 17, 2012 that funding for the Experimental Lakes Area would no longer be renewed by the federal government, scientists and environmentalists saw this for what it was—another salvo in Harper’s ever-expanding … Continue reading → [read more]
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Wynne suing Hudak is hardly going to help her
The de facto practice of being a politician is to not so subtly imply all manner of scandalous inanities about one's opponents. When there is an actual underlying scandal, the shrill accusations from opponents tend to reach a fever pitch, and how an incumbent politician deals with the scandal breaking around them can make or break them. [read more]
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An Air of Inevitability…
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