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fear of foreigners and ending poverty

I have been struck of late by the contrasts and contradictions I am seeing with regard to the incredible world refugee crisis at present, combined with the UN millennium goal to end poverty. 730 more words

Being Topical

Canadians #PledgeToVote

There are only ten more days until the federal election, and it’s still a tight race.

Since it is unclear which party will win on the 19th, there is a big focus on getting out the vote. 385 more words

Windsor doesn't get how politics work

Well, I see by the polls that good ol’ Windsor is going NDP — again.

Windsor’s dependence on unions, besides telling us how to vote, has already made many companies decide to stay well clear of our area. 161 more words


Alabama Shuts Down DMVs in Majority-Black Counties, Keeps Voter ID Laws

Josh Sager and Devyn Keith – October 2015

Alabama has a long and unfortunate record on civil and voting rights. It was the epicenter of some of the most vicious racism in the history of our nation (ex. 1,016 more words

Current Events

Advance polls: Beating back Murphy's Law on election day

Canada goes to the polls for its 42nd general election on October 19th. Since early September, I’ve been using Facebook and this blog to encourage—OK, nag—my friends and family to vote. 544 more words


Advance voting stations open Friday

WINNIPEG — If you’re out of town during the federal election but still want to vote, now is your chance to cast your ballot.

Advance polls are open Friday through Monday from noon to 8 p.m. 94 more words