Category Archives: The work force

Is The Protecting Of Faceless Accusers Leading To Miscarriages Of Justice?


I think that before an accuser goes to someone’s boss, or goes public and accuses someone of harassment that they should really think it through, because what they are about to do will definitely have serious consequences for the person or persons they will be accusing.  I think that the … Continue reading

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Canada’s Anti Prostitution Laws Do Not Pass Constitutional Muster


There have been a lot of assumptions made by people who mean well, but I would suggest that they are ill-informed and that this decision has tipped the scales in favor of those who make a living off of forcing young people to remain in prostitution, like pimps and madams. Continue reading

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Harper’s Quebec Policy Amounts To Hear No Evil, See No Evil And Speak No Evil


This federal government is powerless to intervene in what is going on in Quebec, because it practices the same type of politics and promotes the same ideological racism that Quebec does. Continue reading

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This Is Not Happening In The Ukraine / This Is Happening In Canada!


I find it amazing that this country and its government would dare to try and protect the right to protest in a foreign country while advocating in its own that it is not a fundamental right to protest in its own, but a privilege. Continue reading

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Steven Harper Tells Non Conservative Voters, “I Do not Represent You And Could Care Less What You Think”


Now if arrogance can be turned into votes on election day, I think that Steven Harper and his strong, stable, majority, conservative government will do just fine in the next federal election. Continue reading

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Passing A Psychiatric Examination Before Becoming A Leader Of A Political Party In Canada, Should Be A Must Do


These three politicians are the poster children of excessive behavior in my way of thinking and yet they are typical of politicians who seem to rise to the top in the field of Canadian politics. Continue reading

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Her Highness Pauline Marois The First of Quebec Plans To Introduce A Charter of Quebec Values


With the proclamation by Her Highness Pauline Marois The First of Quebec, that she plans to introduce what she is calling A Charter of Quebec Values, I say that she is opening the door and inciting the very bomb throwing, people fighting in the streets that she says she is trying to avoid with her Charter of Quebec Values. Continue reading

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