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On Media and Critical Thinking

I have, at times, a rather sick sense of humour. I have been up to my digital eyeballs in newscasts, online articles, and paper articles for the past month.   And while it does stress me, I sometimes find myself bellylaughing helplessly … Continue reading

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The Over-Publicized Fast and A Word on Mainstream Media

I watched CBC’s release of its interview with Chief Theresa Spence.  It was the first televised interview she gave, in fact, regarding her hunger strike. The representation of Spence’s message to the masses by the journalist unfolded like a tragic … Continue reading

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#J11 Today – The First of Many Posts this January 11th, 2013

Ridiculously sick in body today. I do believe I’m suffering the physical effects of a broken heart.  My trip to Ottawa was a bust before I even could make it out of the city, there are those who work hard … Continue reading

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Fun With Colonized Media: J.J. McCullough’s Hilarious Map to Privileged Indignation

J.J. McCullough paints a hilarious ad hoc roadmap to privileged indignation by way of disinformation, assumption, deceit, disrespect, bullying, fear and greed in Media Bites today.  The literary tantrum of the seemingly spoiled and emotionally challenged middle class writer points to a spiritual and intellectual … Continue reading

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So You Want to Read a Treaty

This post is a result of having been posed the following question: I’ve never read any of them, but it seems like a good thing to at least take a look at, given the political conditions, and the woefuly [sic] … Continue reading

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Why Idle No More

I have hungered, deeply: for proper governance; for justice; for a rational, reasonable, centred, grounded sociopolitical climate in which to live.  In short, to not be surrounded and governed by psychopaths and sociopaths.  At the apex of the greatest storm … Continue reading

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