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BC’s $266M Surplus Not For BC Teachers, Arbitration Vote Wednesday

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/b-c-teachers-strike-266m-budget-surplus-not-for-bctf-deal-says-de-jong-1.2760912 It may not do anything practically speaking, but this vote sends the message that teachers are united and not backing down from tyranny. Fascism has crept into Canada and it’s time to stand up against it. If you love your kids, stand up for the people who actually train them to function as an […]

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Malala Calls Out Obama and Other World Leaders

http://www.ktvu.com/videos/news/malala-yousafzai-joins-facebooks-sandberg-in-live/vCmxrG/  

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Support BC Teachers: You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Till It’s Gone

I hated school. Check that: REALLY hated school – probably more so than most kids who would have rather hung out in the smoke pit than take the Biology exam they didn’t study for. I was not, nor have I ever been, like Pakistani education advocate Malala Yousafzai. She risked her life and was shot in […]

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Baroness Warsi Resigns Amid Palestine-Israel Crisis

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/baroness-warsi-resigns-over-gaza-conflict-saying-she-can-no-longer-support-government-policy-9648529.html

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Pride Day: Straight Eye for the Queer Guys…And Girls

Pride Day: Straight Eye for the Queer Guys…And Girls

Unfortunately for my beer guzzling, flatulence-producing couch potatoes, I am not going to advocate for “straight pride.” You already have the Super Bowl (ADD moment: then again, it is a sport involving fat guys grinding on each other in tight uniforms, and every time a play begins, the centre/offensive lineman is bent over for the […]

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Capital Punishment 2014: Vancouver Edition, Part 1: Don’t Go Green, Go Brown!

Capital Punishment 2014: Vancouver Edition, Part 1: Don’t Go Green, Go Brown!

Upon reflection of the candidates for mayor of Vancouver, I am reminded both of Jon Stewart’s “Democalypse 2014″ and the late George Carlin’s epic rant debating the principle and/or relevance of voting at all, since most politicians are bought by special interest. Do we really have a viable alternative to run against such corrupt governance as […]

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Capital Punishment

It is with great reluctance that I inform my libertarian friends that this will not be a rant dedicated to the intolerable and highly corruptible members of our respective governments. You’ll just have to wait on that. No, my learned fellow corporate prisoner, I am talking about the sort of capital punishment that involves those […]

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