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Who do the voters choose—Candidate or Party?

What matters more—who the candidate is or which party does the representative belong to? Some might ask what would be difference.

The point remains that differentiating between two political parties has become difficult at the times when these parties aren’t following their own ideologies. 688 more words


Experiencing Disability

For those few seconds when your feet feel nothing, sitting in the same position they have gone into a deep sleep. Such have been some disability experiences. 548 more words


Chantal Hébert on alleged Conservative threats to PM Justin Trudeau's person

Chantal Hébert writes in her latest Toronto Star column that: “While scores of Canadians were spending the summer smugly lamenting the ugly tone of the American presidential campaign, Canada’s Conservative party was allowing calls for the assassination of Justin Trudeau to be posted on its… 447 more words

Conservative Party Of Canada

Judith Miller on left-leaning media as liberal propaganda machines

Western democracy is at risk because mainstream journalism has become nothing more than a propaganda machine for all things progressive and liberal. And, it has happened so slowly that those in their 20’s and 30’s today don’t even realize the extent they are being brainwashed. 519 more words

Media Issues

Side eyes and groans

This past weekend, Beyoncè released her album Lemonade. Now, I am a fan but I am not a member of the beyhive. Reasons being I really do not like to pit artists against each other. 1,005 more words

Cultural Issues

Criticism between Media Houses

Freedom of expression is arguably one of the most misunderstood rights. The fight between the so called Nationals and the alleged anti-nationals brewed two different opinions in the Media, one supporting each of the sides. 386 more words