Month: July 2004

More Stupid Myths

I have a lot of respect for Christians. I was brought up in a Christian family. Most Christians that I know share values of hard work and reward. They know the virtuous benefits of applying the “Golden Rule” and understand that honesty and integrity is one of the highest, if not the highest, values to …

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Myths From A Former Pharmacist

I was browsing the Toronto Star website this evening, when I came across this editorial by a former Pharmacist, Murray Rubin, that appeared on June 8th. As I began reading his article (except for the first paragraph), I couldn’t help but wonder if Rubin was going to make provide some logical and well reasoned conclusions …

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Nanny State At It Again

How long will it take this proposal in the United Kingdom to start wicked thought processes in Canadian bureauminds? You know.. the ones that are always trying to mind everyone else’s business. According to The Independent: ” A radical scheme to vaccinate children against future drug addiction is being considered by ministers, The Independent on …

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Where Are The Freedom Of Speech Defenders?

Trudeapia is disgusted with the Conservative Party’s reaction to the CRTC decision to shut down CHOI. But it’s not just the Conservatives. Where’s the Freedom Party of Canada? Where are the Libertarian Party members? Why aren’t they shouting from the rooftops? Not even a mention of this on either of their websites. 50,000 people marching …

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U.S Court Limits E-Mail Privacy

That subject line is probably a bit misleading. From my reading, it seems that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit in Massachusetts has basically said you can’t expect any privacy in your email communications. The Washington Post reports: “The 2-to-1 decision by a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the …

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It Would Be Hilarious…

… if it weren’t our money. Via Occam’s Carbuncle, the Victoria Times Colonist is reporting that “Canada’s $1-billion gun registry is being used by a U.S. project-management centre for senior corporate executives as a case study in incompetence and financial mismanagement.” I don’t know whether to cry or laugh over this. I sure hope faces …

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Boobs And Freedom? What Freedom?

If you read anything today, read Trudeaupia’s commentary on the recent CRTC decision to shut down the most popular radio station in Quebec City. It’s not about references to boobs. Heck.. what Canadian doesn’t talk about boobs at some point in their life? Even most of the women I know (except my mom) talk about …

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Want To Make History? Misbehave If You’re A Woman!

“Well-behaved women seldom make history.” –Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. As seen on misbehaving.net. I’ve been doing some blog exploring this evening and discovered Halley’s Comment, the blog of Halley Suitt. As well as some misbehaving herself (check out her series on How To Become An Alpha Male), she also links to other misbehaving women bloggers. I …

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