Monthly Archives: October 2020

BC Provincial Leaders Debate – Part 3

Previous: Part 2 The Cast John Horgin: Leader of the New Democratic PartyAndrew Wilkinson: Leader of the LiberalsSonia Furstenau: Leader of the GreensShachi Kurl: The moderator Kurl Do you believe that reconciliation with first nations requires a province to fully … Continue reading

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BC Provincial Leaders Debate – Part 2

Previous: Part 1 The Cast John Horgin: Leader of the New Democratic PartyAndrew Wilkinson: Leader of the LiberalsSonia Furstenau: Leader of the GreensShachi Kurl: The moderator Kurl Mr Horgin, according to Statistics Canada, British Columbians in more than one in … Continue reading

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BC Provincial Leaders Debate – Part 1

The hour a half long BC party leaders debate for the upcoming 2020 BC provincial election took place between incumbent Premier John Horgin of the New Democratic Party (our socialists), Andrew Wilkinson of the Liberals (who in BC are actually … Continue reading

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Socialist Pots Claim that Republican Kettle is Undemocratic

Writing in Slate, Joshua Keating claims to know The Real Reason Why Republicans Keep Saying “We’re a Republic, Not a Democracy”, as revealed to him by activist Astra Taylor. Are they right? Joshua Keating The timeworn phrase “we’re a republic, … Continue reading

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